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How To Grow The Best Marijuana.

by Sophia Jennifer

Some people grow marijuana to sell, some for personal use, and some just for the plant’s beauty. Whatever the case, you must know how to grow the best possible marijuana. In this post, we’ll cover how to grow a healthy marijuana plant indoors and out and how to increase yield in your plants by creating a more hospitable environment with less work required!

To begin learning about how to grow the best possible marijuana plants, I like first speak with you about what not to do when growing these plants. One of the most common mistakes when growing weed is overwatering your potplants or forgetting about them.

1. Do not overwater your plants.

One of the easiest ways to kill pot plants is to overwater them. Some people flood their plants with water, thinking that the more water they give, the bigger yields they’ll have. What this does is cause problems and, eventually, kill the marijuana plant. One of the symptoms of overwatering marijuana is that each time you water, your leaves will look a little less green than they had previously been looking. As the plant dies, its leaves will turn yellow and brown, looking like they are dying.

The best way to ensure you don’t overwater your potplants is to ensure that each time you water your plants, there are no standing puddles of water left on the top of their soil or in their pot.

2. Don’t plant too many seeds together in one container.

Planting too many cannabis seeds in one container can be bad for several reasons. One, you won’t be able to properly tend to all the seedlings without risking damaging them, and two. Some may not survive because they are competing with each other for nutrients and sunlight. To plant the proper amount of seeds in one container, use your finger to estimate how many seeds you can fit into the container without crowding them. Using your finger for this is a much more accurate method than using an actual ruler because you will have to leave room for the soil that will be added as well as space between the seedlings.

3. Do not fertilize your marijuana plants when it is too cold.

When the outside of your marijuana plant starts to freeze, you may want to consider fertilizing them. Such as using fish emulsions or plant food containing micro-nutrients to ensure they grow and produce a healthy plant. By doing this, you won’t burn them at low temperatures simultaneously. They will be able to thrive with the nutrients they need throughout their growth cycle.

Note: Some people will put their plants directly outside to ensure they get the necessary sunlight. This may or may not be a good idea. If there is a cold snap after you put them outside, it could kill your marijuana plants.

4. Overcrowding your potplants can cause problems.

Overcrowding marijuana seeds in one container can cause several different problems for you, including the possibility of pollination and even mold growth. If your plant takes on too much moisture, it can rot or mold to form on the leaves. The larger the potplant, the more nutrients and oxygen it will need. So make sure that when you add new marijuana seeds to a container. You leave enough room for each one to grow into a healthy-looking marijuana plant.

5. Sunlight is important for marijuana plants.

Marijuana plants need sunlight to thrive and grow. If your Cannabis plants are receiving too little direct sunlight, they may not be able to grow as well as they should. They will also have difficulty taking nutrients from the soil and probably won’t produce any buds because they aren’t getting enough light to radiate properly in all directions. If your marijuana plants aren’t receiving enough sunlight. They can be stunted, produce less than the plant needs, and eventually die altogether. Do make sure that you give your marijuana plant at least 6 hours of direct sunlight each day, whether it is outdoors or indoors.

6. Have a healthy pH level in the soil.

The soil your marijuana plants are growing in should have a pH level of around 6 or 6.5 to ensure that nutrients are taken into the plant and distributed properly. If too high a pH level is too high, it can have adverse effects on your plants and make them appear as though they are underfed. If there is not enough of an alkaline concentration, it could be difficult for some of the nutrients to be absorbed into the plant, causing it to die off before reaching the flowering stage.

7. Use the right-sized pot in which to grow your plants.

When growing cannabis, it will be easier if you use the right size containers to fit your marijuana plant’s needs. The first thing to consider is whether you will grow your plants indoors or outdoors. If you choose to grow indoors, a good size pot has a diameter of 12, 16, or 20 inches and can hold up to 15 gallons of soil if you plan on making several plants at a time. For outdoor pots, try using one with roughly the same measurements but about 18, 22, or 26 inches tall to ensure enough room for each potplant’s growth cycle.


you follow these steps and remember to have a healthy pH level for your soil. It should be easy for you to grow marijuana plants. Remember that different marijuana strains require different types of lighting and nutrients. So, get the information from the seller or seller of seeds you buy to ensure you are growing the best cannabis possible. Many people like that they can grow their weeds using homegrown seeds. Whatever potplants you choose to purchase. So these steps will help you ensure a successful marijuana plant-growing experience.

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