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how to make cannabis grow faster

How to make cannabis grow faster

Some strains are 'auto-flowering' and go through their whole life cycle regardless of light cycle or anything you can control. These strains tend to be ready to harvest in only 2-3 months from seed (though you should definitely expect smaller plants with relatively small yields when choosing an auto-flowering strain).

Every different strain has pros and cons, but if time is a factor for you, pay close attention to the length of the flowering stage when deciding which strain to grow. The majority of seed banks list the length of the flowering period as part of their stats for each strain.

3.) Give Plants 24 Hours of Light per Day During the Vegetative Stage

This is why you need to either mix your nutrients by hand, or choose a nutrient system that is specifically formulated for the flowering stage of a plant like marijuana. By providing the right nutrients at the right time, you'll reduce your overall time to harvest.

Plant strain – strain has the largest impact on growing time.

2.) Choose A Quick-Finishing Strain of Marijuana

If you're growing hydroponically (directly in water, or in a soil-less medium like coco coir), it is essential that you provide all the nutrients your plant needs right from the beginning.

How to make cannabis grow faster

The primary factor that influences how long it takes cannabis to grow is the strain. Choosing a fast-growing strain can shorten the time considerably.

Length Of Each Stage Of Cannabis Cultivation

While you should never rush the process, since that will result in lower and poorer quality yields, you can speed up certain parts of cannabis cultivation to ensure you don’t waste any time and your grow comes in at the lower end of the time estimate range, not the higher end.

Choose A Fast Growing Strain

We begin before the grow even starts, with a stage we called “preparation”, because you will need a number of supplies to successfully grow cannabis. If you already have everything you need, you can obviously skip this stage entirely.