large crop and growing lights

Finally, the time has come when the people I was with and I are now allowed to grow marijuana in our state for recreational use. I thought the morning would never come, but now here the people I was with and I are! I am already prepped with grow tents, organic soil, grow bags, indoor grow lights, PH tester kits, and grow light timers. One of the first things you have to consider when growing marijuana is the type of strains you want, then you need a good strain that grows well in your particular area. Since I am growing indoors, I can go with almost any strain that is good for indoor growing. Typically these strains will be either mostly indica or a mix of indica and sativa. I care about the mixes because you get some of the benefits from both kinds of strains. So I picked some pretty good strains that don’t make you actually tired. I started my seeds that I bought from my local marijuana dispensary in little seedling containers. It’s important that you have a heat mat and a humidity dome to beginning your seedlings so that they will grow healthy roots and get started. Then you will transplant them to grow bags with soil. In your soil, it’s a must to prepare it consistently. You want to add perlite and worm castings. The worm castings will help your plants thrive by providing them with some excellent nutrients. There are all kinds of organic fertilizers and micronutrients you can add, and it’s consistently best to go organic. I personally would advocate fluorescent grow lights, but you can use several types. The fluorescent lights allow your plants to grow close to the lights without burning your plants. You can harvest your plants when you see the hairs on the buds are starting to change color to yellow, brown or red.

 

Cultivation facility design