How to Produce the Best Medical Marijuana


How To Grow Weed

Use these tips to grow sticky buds outdoors!

1. MAKE YOUR BASE BIG ENOUGH FOR THE PLANT YOU WANT

If your digging holes make them 3x3x3 at least giving the hungry root system plenty of amended soil. If you are using a grow pot or grow bag, make sure it will hold the plant you dream of growing. You want big results? You have to do big work.

2. USE NATURAL FERTILIZER

Amend your soil with a mixture of bone meal, blood meal, triple phosphate, perlite, vermiculite and soil moist. This blend has proven to be be exceptional for drainage, holding moisture and feeding plants. Upon first sign of flowering bone meal should be replaced with Bat Guano. Re-fertilize plants every two weeks by adding nutrients to the top soil before watering.

3. START WITH STRONG CLONES

You can’t waste time with seeds. You need strong established clones to grow a 1 pound plant. Start with clones that have at least 3 branches, 4 or 5 branches are good. I prefer the tops on the lowest level of the mother plant. These have the youngest hormones and seem to root easier, allowing it to begin vegging faster.

4. PROTECT YOUR PLANTS

From pests, animals and disease. Your first line of defense should be some kind of chicken wire fence around each plant. Deer, rabbits and many other critters love to eat young marijuana plants. Not to mention other animals like skunks and dogs love the blood meal in your soil. Use a good slugg repellent like Slugg-o. Use mice and rat deterrent on the stalks of your plants, they love to chew on them.

5. WATER ON SCHEDULE

Your outdoor marijuana plants will be very thirsty in the summer time. Keeping them watered is essential to growing your best yield. It is most optimal watering your plants when 50% of the soil is dry. This sends the roots stretching and growing in search of moisture. It is important not to “leave them out to dry” and water them at this time and no later.

6. GET 18 HOURS OF SUNLIGHT

Exposing your plants to the sun means exposing your plants to the world. It is a give and take gamble, whether your neighbor, friend or a stereo-typical raider, it’s not fun losing plants. However if you are confident enough with the security of your location, set up your garden where it will receive a full days worth of sun. Cut trees if you have to, if your going for over a pound a plant, you need all you can get.

7. PINCH THE TOPS OF THE PLANTS WHILE VEGGING

I hear a lot of people confusing this with the term “topping” which is something you do to mature lower level buds during harvest and will be covered next. Pinching is the act of removing the top of each branch so 2 tops regrow there. In full vegetation a marijuana plant can take hours to pinch, the more you do the better the reward. Stop pinching tops as soon as you see signs of flowering. This is a good time to mention that having support for your tops during flowering will be essential. With all the tops pinched and multiplied, buds will be coming from everywhere.

8. TOP YOUR PLANTS AT HARVEST TIME

The highest most exposed colas will mature before the buds on the underbrush will. To maximize yield, remove the tops of the finished flowers and allow the lower levels to get sunlight and finish their flowering cycle. Leave the lower level buds out for another 2-4 weeks, you will need to check up on them, be patient. This is how you squeeze out all of the potential of a year long marijuana plant cycle.

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Growing Organically

Growing organic anything can be very rewarding. Growing marijuana organically can be extremely rewarding, think about it. An herbal medicine grown in its natural elements, providing relief for so many conditions, truly priceless. Since people will be ingesting the herb you produce, choosing to grow organically is a noble thing, but human consumption isn’t the only reason to grow marijuana organically.

Organic fertilizer is much easier to use than chemicals. The marijuana plant uses the nutrients that it needs and leaves the rest in the soil. Where as with chemicals, the nutrients are in a highly soluble state. The roots of the plant are forced to try to absorb all the chemical and could become burned and damaged. Organic nutrients break down slowly in the soil giving the plants a steady dose of available fertilizer. This keeps the cycle more natural with the soil being fertilized and not just the roots of the plants.

Organic advantages can be seen more so in outdoor marijuana grows. It works very well having organic fertilizer under the sun. Outdoor marijuana grow ops are less likely to have a lot of attention and so amending the soil makes good sense. Especially be sure to apply a heavy dose to the top soil, this way every time it rains the soil is saturated with rich nutrients. It is unlikely that you will be able to fertilize outdoor plants as much as needed if you were using chemicals.
For indoor growers organics pose a few problems. First they are not as scientific, making it more difficult to determine exact doses. Also because organic nutrients keep the soil so healthy it can lead to insect or pest trouble.

Examples of commonly used fertilizer in Organic Marijuana Growing;

BLOOD MEAL: 13-0-0

Blood meal has one of the highest levels nitrogen of all organic fertilizers and therefore is popular during vegging periods. In its solid form it can be added to soil or soil less mixes at a rate of a half cup per gallon of soil mix. It can also be diluted and used as a soluble fertilizer much like a chemical. To do this let a few tablespoons of blood meal soak in a gallon of water for a week and then water your plants with the blood meal tea.

BONE MEAL: 1-11-0

Bone meal is made of ground up bones and is high in phosphorus. This makes it suitable for flowering periods. Bone meal is a slow release fertilizer and is acceptable to add to your mix early in the season.

FISH EMULSION: 5-1-1

Fish emulsion is basically liquid fish. It is very gentle on plants and has been used to grow fertile crops in North America for hundreds of years. Fish emulsion is good for young plants.

WORM CASTINGS: 0.5-0.5-0.3

Worm castings means worm poop. Although the nutrient levels are low plants seem to really thrive while being fed worm castings. Worm castings have been a go to fertilizer for a long time. Worm castings are also safe to use on young plants

KELP MEAL: 1-0.5- 2.5

Kelp meal is like vitamins for your plants. Kelp meal has over 60 trace elements. It also contains enzymes and hormones that make certain your plants has enough micro nutrients. Kelp meal can also be made into a tea.

Growing marijuana organically is a very rewarding and noble practice that produces some of the highest quality medical marijuana.
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