If you’re growing indoors, you may benefit from a grow tent or grow box. These self-contained units can come with everything or most of what you need to grow weed. Make sure you choose a tent that can fit in your unused space and can house the amount of plants you want to grow.
Indoor Weed Growing
Growing weed is easier than ever, especially with a strong cannabis education. If you want to learn the ins-and-outs of growing huge yields and high-quality buds, enroll in Cannabis Training University’s online cannabis program. Learn from master growers how to grow indoors or outdoors on a budget. You don’t need super fancy equipment to get started on your new hobby or career. All you need is a small investment and a desire to learn.
Harvest, Dry, and Cure Weed
During your plant’s growth cycle, you will need to ensure it has the right amount and quality of nutrients. Buying high-quality fertilizer made for cannabis plants is your best bet. You can also create your own nutrient mix as you gain more experience feeding cannabis plants.
First, you’ll need a growlight. I like HID (High-Intensity Discharge) lighting – HPS (High-Pressure Sodium) or MH (Metal Halide) systems with ballasts, bulbs and reflectors. If heat from these lights will be an issue, there are also LED (Light-Emitting Diode) and CFL (Compact Fluorescent) systems you can employ. Be sure to get a light that covers your tent’s footprint and invest in a decent timer to control when your light turns on and off.
How To Grow Weed
As with any garden, when growing marijuana, pests are a constant concern. For anyone learning how to grow weed, it is important to become well-versed in pest management. The last thing you want is for the marijuana crop that you have been working so hard on to be eaten away by a pest infestation. This video teaches you how to ward away pests from your precious plants with integrated pest management, stopping an infestation before it can even happen. Just a few simple steps can mean the difference between victory and defeat.
Pest Control and Management
Knowing when and how to harvest your buds is as important as knowing how to grow weed.