Growing marijuana can be a very easy task especially if you know the basics of weed cultivation and maintenance. There are several cannabis strains that can be grown in both indoor and outdoor setup. Before you start growing pot whether for personal use or for distribution, make sure that you find a reputable seed seller first so you can choose which type of strain is best for your setup. Once you have established that important aspect, your next step is to determine which area is best for weed cultivation.
Growing cannabis indoors
Here are some tips on how to grow pot indoors successfully:
To grow weed indoors whether inside the house or in a shed, make sure that you set ample space for the plant to grow. This is very important since the plant may reach a certain level and it is best to avoid getting the plant cramped since its growth may get stunted. Choose an area where it is properly ventilated or perhaps a shed which do not have plenty of windows. Get the best soil for the weed to properly germinate and make sure that you use the right pot so that the plants will grow well. Make sure that you do not over water your weeds. This is a common misconception but too much water can actually kill the young marijuana plant. You may also need a good set of fluorescent lamps for the weed and you can also add filters to ensure a good yield.
Growing cannabis outdoors
The primary concern when growing marijuana outdoors are the usual elements that may cause harm to the plant. The cannabis plant can be exposed to harsher elements such as rough weather and pests that can cause a lot of problems. To make sure that your marijuana plants will produce a good yield when planted outdoors, always utilize practical techniques such as growing other plants for camouflage. Find a secluded area where you can grow the marijuana plants in peace. You also need to choose the type of cannabis strain that is hardy and are resistant to pests. You can ask your seed dealer for recommendations and as well as outdoor growing tips.
The most helpful tip in making sure that you will produce a high quality yield is to always harvest on time. Be patient and wait until half of the pistils have already turned brown which is a good indication that the plant is already matured and ready for harvest.