Good fertilizer

There is so much to know about growing marijuana. It’s not something you can necessarily learn overnight, and it’s not something that can be absolutely explained to a beginner. There are so several weird types of strains, some a lot easier to grow than others. So if you are a beginner to the elegant world of growing marijuana, you will want to beginning with your basics. You need a good quality organic soil, grow containers, organic fertilizer, grow lights, and a good strain to grow. There are several ways to germinate your seeds. I care about to just put them in a bottle of water until the root starts to pop out from the seeds. Then I put my seeds into a small bin of soil about an inch or less into the soil. I cover up the seed with the soil and within afternoons the plant will come up. I keep the baby plants under a small fluorescent light until they grow tall enough to be planted into my flowering tent. I consistently make sure to mix all my soil with a good amount of perlite and worm castings so that the soil will be nutrient rich for the plants. When the plants are in the vegatative stage, they must be given organic fertilizer with plenty of Nitrogen as this will allow the plants to have healthy big leaves. Without the Nitrogen, they will beginning to become orange, which indicates the lack of Nitrogen. You’ll notice on all fertilizers, they have the 3 numbers which go in the order of N-P-K (Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium). In the flowering stage, you want fertilizer with a lot of Phosphorus which helps with the flowering and fruiting phase of plants. If you want big buds, you want a good flowering fertilizer!