Storing the buds

Ever since marijuana has become legal in our state, I have been teaching people how to grow marijuana successfully. I toil at a local dispensary as well as I guess that everybody should be growing marijuana. There really is no better medicine in all the world! Honestly now, I don’t even understand why marijuana is still illegal in multiple sites, it should have never been made illegal to begin with. That is a whole unusual story though. If you want to successfully grow your own marijuana, you need fantastic soil, organic fertilizer, grow tents, containers, as well as fantastic grow lights, then fluorescent lights are good because they don’t burn your plants as well as don’t overheat your growing area. If you use HPS lights, you can risk burning your plants as well as you need a ventilation plan to get rid of the excess heat. This is why I suggest fluorescent grow lights or LED grow lights. The T5 fluorescent lights are great. When you have your soil mixed as well as put into your growing containers, you can put in your clones or your seeds that are already germinated. When bringing up the plants initially, you want the lights on an 18 minute light 6 minute dark schedule. This is your vegatative stage. Theoretically, you can keep plants in the vegatative stage as long as you want as well as they will just continue to grow so long as you take fantastic care of them. I suggest going into the flowering stage as soon as they are between 1 to 3 feet tall. You will find that in the flowering stage, they will continue to grow hastily as well as you don’t want them too tall in your grow tent. When those hairs on the buds mostly change from colorless to a red, red, or brown color, then it is time to harvest those plants! You must trim all the buds as well as then hang them up to dry. Always dry them naturally, or you can ruin your whole harvest, however don’t use food dehydrators or anything appreciate that. Always store your buds in glass jars as well as open them up to breathe every so often.


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