Donald Owens
Hello friends, my name is Donald Owens. I’m a professional cannabis grower for a large dispensary in Los Angeles, California, U.S.

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Growing cannabis is a favorite hobby of many people. It can be grown outdoors or indoors, and there are numerous strains to choose from. However, most people have trouble sprouting their seeds and getting them to grow into plants. This article will walk you through the process of how to sprout cannabis seeds so that you can get your own pot garden going!

The first step in this process is selecting the right strain for your needs. Some strains need less light than others; some are better suited for indoor growing than outdoor growing; some take longer to mature than others; etcetera. If you want help choosing a good variety, consult with an expert at a dispensary or online forums like Reddit’s r/trees subreddit or the Growers Network.

The next step is getting the seeds and supplies you’ll need to grow your plants. Most nurseries or garden shops carry a range of various sizes, shapes, and colors of cannabis seedlings for sale in one-gallon pots (although some people prefer not having their marijuana come from “big name” sources). You will also want to buy potting soil as well as fertilizer if desired; any good nursery should have these items available too.

Step One: Find a container with drainage holes in the bottom (a pyrex dish, for example) and fill it with cotton balls.

Step Two: Soak your seeds overnight in water to cover them completely. After soaking, drain off excess moisture by pressing on top of each seed individually between two fingers until they are no longer wet. Dip the seed into some diluted hydrogen peroxide or bleach solution as an additional disinfectant measure before planting – this can help prevent powdery mildew growth once you start growing cannabis buds. You don’t need much peroxide or bleach; just mix a little bit around the outside edge of the pot so that it gets on all four sides if possible without touching any other part of the balled-up wet seeds.

Step Three: Place the cannabis seed in a small pot with some moistened soil, and press it down into the dirt so that about half of its depth is buried below ground level. Water generously to ensure that you have enough moisture for germination. Keep your newly planted weed seed warm by wrapping it loosely in aluminum foil or placing it on top of a heating pad set to low heat (no less than 80 degrees Fahrenheit) after watering. Allow at least three days before moving the plant away from an artificial light source because plants need 18 hours of uninterrupted darkness each day during their first stage of life – this means no natural sunlight either! After three days, remove any remaining dry clumps around the root area, then slowly introduce more air circulation by hanging a small light bulb above the seedling.

In total, you should plant your cannabis seeds in their final resting place at least four weeks before harvesting time to allow them enough time for proper growth and development. A general rule of thumb is that it takes about three months from planting – so if you’re growing indoors, be sure to have an area set up with adequate space (about two square feet per plant) well-ventilated room with plenty of sun exposure during this crucial stage! Remember: plants need 18 hours of uninterrupted darkness each day which means no natural sunlight either! After just three days, remove any remaining dry clumps around the root area then slowly introduce more air circulation by hanging a small light bulb over the weed plant to mimic natural sunlight.