Make sure that you have enough space to work in!
2 – A Clean Space is One of the Most Important Things to Remember
A common assumption amongst rookie plant growers is that the more you water, the better.
Step 6: Choose a “Canna-tainer” (Container) to Grow Your Cannabis In
Make sure there are holes drilled into your growing container so the water can drain out. When watering, try, and only moisten the soil rather than saturating it. This allows you to fully saturate the pot without overwatering. Try not to water until they’re almost dry. This is called cycling.
Drainage is key, as cannabis plants can get waterlogged and develop root rot. If you repurpose containers, be sure they have holes in the bottoms and set them in trays.
Equip yourself with these cheap and easy-to-use tools to take measurements in your indoor cannabis setup:
What type of container you use will depend on the grow medium, the system, and the size of your plants.
Traditional plastic containers
It’s also a good idea to have oscillating fans to provide a constant breeze in your grow room as it will strengthen your plants’ stems, making them stronger and healthier.
The growth stages of marijuana can be broken down into four primary stages from seed to harvest:
Odor becomes much more difficult to manage in the final six weeks of a marijuana plant’s life, when trichomes and terpene production ramps up. You can also get odor-absorbing gels, which replace weed smells with other scents. Keep in mind that odor gels don’t eliminate odors, but simply mask them.
The two factors you need to control to dial in the environment are temperature and humidity.