November 3, 2023
Ventilation: Good ventilation can help prevent mold, pests and diseases and ensure that carbon dioxide is evenly distributed to the plants.
Irrigation: Providing the right amount of water is essential, but be careful not to over-irrigate. Many cannabis growers use automated irrigation systems.
Nutrition: Cannabis requires a range of nutrients to grow, including nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and more. You can use a commercial cannabis-specific fertilizer or make your own.
Pruning and training: Pruning can help control the plant's growing shape and increase ventilation. Some growers also use techniques such as "low stress training" to increase yields.
Control pests and diseases: Monitor plants to detect pests and diseases and take appropriate control measures to prevent damage.
Harvesting and Handling: Learn about cannabis ripeness and harvest timing, and how to properly dry, prune, and store your plants to maintain quality.
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