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Starting cannabis seeds is not as complicated as you might think. This article will walk you through the process of getting started and provide some helpful tips for your first-time gardening experience.

Tips for Starting Cannabis Seeds:

– Pick a strain of cannabis that you want to grow and research it. This will tell you the type of environment it needs, how much light or darkness it prefers, what nutrients are required, and other important information such as flowering time. It is also helpful to get your hands on as many seeds from that particular genetics line (strain) so you can make comparisons later. You’ll be able to determine which seed produced the best growth rates or yields in comparison with all others – meaning less work for next season!

-Use soil if possible and start with fresh potting mix or good quality compost. If using soil instead of hydroponics, plant your seeds about two inches deep into moist soil. The soil should be moist enough to allow it to stick together when pressed between fingers but not soggy or wet.

-If you’re using hydroponics, then plant your seeds about half an inch deep in the medium and make sure that water is flowing over them regularly (or they will drown). They might need a little extra support with something like mesh pots so they don’t fall over as their roots grow under the surface of the medium.

-If you’re starting your seeds inside, then plant them in containers or paper pots.

-Seeds should be planted within a day or two of receiving and preferably not more than three weeks before the last frost date of your area. Planting too early can lead to damping off the fungus that may kill seedlings when they are transferred outside after sprouting.

-Keep these little guys between 65°F (18°C) and 72°F (22°C), with as much light as possible without overheating them for best results so their stems do not stretch out towards windowsills instead of growing upwards to form healthy foliage.”

A soil temperature below 50 degrees Fahrenheit will make it difficult for your plant to grow healthy roots and could cause the seedlings to die.

You can also use these tips when starting cannabis seeds indoors so you don’t have any issues!

Water your plants about twice a week, remembering never to let them dry out. Make sure that plenty of light is hitting their leaves evenly but not directly from above or else they might produce leggy stems instead of growing upwards towards the light. A room with artificial lighting should be between 18 hours on/off cycle while outdoors requires around 12 hours per day including nighttime.

To fertilize the plants, mix well-drained soil with organic fertilizer. The type of plant will determine how often you should do this but generally, it’s every six to eight weeks for your plants to thrive. Cannabis requires at least 12 hours per day outdoors and 16 hours indoors (a little more than half of that time being during the night). You’ll know when they need water because their leaves will droop or wilt.

Fields, where cannabis is grown, are usually protected from all types of wind so there shouldn’t be any problems if marijuana weed seeds don’t get watered consistently.