On a similar note, an auto-flowering plant gets pretty great yields considering it goes from seed to harvest in just 3 months. A big part of that is because they get 18 hours/light a day during their entire flowering period (compared to only 12 a day for regular plants)/ This gives the plant more light each day to produce buds, resulting in bigger yields.
You've probably seen 'N-P-K' numbers on the bottles of pretty much every nutrient line there is. These number are important to know since cannabis plants use more N (nitrogen) in the vegetative phase, and relatively more P & K (phosphorus & potassium) in the flowering phase. Conversely, giving your plant too much N in the flowering phase will actually slow down bud production. This means that you will harvest smaller yields of less-dense buds in addition to waiting longer for said buds!
2.) Choose A Quick-Finishing Strain of Marijuana
When I say "flowered," what I mean is that you can change the light schedule so that it forces your young seedlings to start making buds right away.
6.) Pay Attention To Your Plants and Quickly React to Problems
That means that once you've started flowering a specific strain, there isn't a whole lot good options to speed things up during the flowering stage.
The quality of your plant depends on your knowledge of the cannabis growth stages and the lifecycle of your plants.
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3. Vegetative Growth
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Cannabis Growth Timeline