Before you even think about rushing to any supplier or online trade for cannabis seeds or a grow box for your hydroponics, you have to learn the art of growing of feminized marijuana plants first. It is an art. A delicate art that requires effort and hard work for you to even grow your first plant with a lot of feminine seeds that can yield more leaves and clones. It is nice for us to also know the critical numbers that can make our monitoring easier within the process of growing. So what are the stages of that process?
What is the Germination Stage?
In the germination stage, the seeds would need an ample nutrition load to make itself grow. It needs sunlight and moisture to make it come out of its shell. At the peak of this stage, you will see two cotyledon leaves that are appearing from the soil. You can start this with a shot glass and some mineral water and leave it there for the rest of the week. Try to change also the mineral water from time to time.
What is the Seedling Stage?
After the germination stage, you will notice the start of some growing leaves trying to show off to the world. In this stage, the plant would start to build its sturdier root systems and actually even grow more and faster than the last stage.
What is the Vegetative Stage?
The weed is already stretching to finds its way stature, its composure and beauty. It can grow as much as 2-3 inches per day which is a direct reason for better rooting system, as they could absorb faster nutrients. You will also notice a few alterations in the body of a small sprout to a bigger plant and this would already indicate the plant’s gender.
What is the Flowering Stage?
Also known as the final stage of growth. In this phase, a lot already happened with your little sprout. And as the plant discover its gender, it is now ready to reproduce. Resin is usually present in mature leaves as it contains a harmful substance called THC and this would help you know that the leaves are ready to be picked.
Control Parameters varies from stage to stage like, the vegetative stage will need more sunlight than the adult group or the germination state will need more attention and silence. pH, relative humidity, temperature and their nutrients do also varies with each stage. Knowing the best for each segment will definitely help you grow your weeds to its maximum yield while spending less.