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There are a few different stages of growth that marijuana plants go through. If you are growing marijuana plants then you should have a good understanding of these of these different stages. To help you through the stages, here is a breakdown of the life cycle of a marijuana plant. Germination (When the seeds sprout) Seeds are considered inactive until the growing process has been triggered. When kept in the proper conditions, seeds can be stored for a long period of time. They will remain ...
As with every other plant, growing a marijuana plant is not at all that easy as one might think at the beginning. There are several issues that can cause the marijuana plant to deteriorate and to dry off, for example. Some issues are not that severe though, to be fair. It all depends on the level of contamination and the stages of spreading the disease across the marijuana plant crops. Today, information is everything. Marijuana plant growers need to have all the information pertinent to the ...
While the sex of your marijuana plants is partly determined by genetics, their environment also has some influence. As with any living thing, marijuana plants contain sex chromosomes, X or Y. Male plants are XY and females are XX. In the wild, there is pretty much a 50 % chance of the plants being either male or female; in a domestic setting, the grower gets to determine the ratio of males to females. You do need to know the characteristics of each sex though. Females The flowers on a female ...
Vegetative State This is a very important period for the plant to grow. You can tell this stage is happening when there is the production of large and green leaves at a greater speed than before. In this stage of growth, there is an increased capacity of the plant to absorb [and process] CO2 and nutrients, which leads to flourished foliage. The root system continues to grow outward while the vertical height is on the increase. During the vegetative stage, a healthy plant grows as much as 1.5 ...
On its way from seed to weed, healthy cannabis plants flourish going through a number of growth stages. To have a clear idea of what you should expect as you cultivate marijuana, you should know these milestones way before getting started. As marijuana plants are as susceptible to change and change as we, human beings are, there is hardly any fool-proof guideline that I can provide to guarantee you the best harvest all the time. There are plants that simply don’t thrive no matter how much ...
There are numerous types of organisms that can attack and infect a marijuana plant in no time, and all these viruses can disable the plant to grow. These are not exclusive only to marijuana plants, of course, as all plants can get infected with these dangerous microorganisms. These organisms attack the plant, causing it to deteriorate, and during that time of the infection, they can seriously harm the plant on the inside and on the outside equally. Usually, these infections that attack the ...
There are many factors that contribute to healthy growth of marijuana plants, and one of them is proper soil pH. Generally, marijuana grown in soil requires a pH level that ranges between 6.5 and 7.0, while hydroponically grown cannabis crops often thrive in a pH solution of between 5.5 and 6.5. When these levels are not maintained, this creates room for plant related disorders to manifest. Most novice growers are often consumed with the importance of ensuring proper nutrition for marijuana ...