The True Stoner Blog™

Get the latest news and stories about what is going on in the world of WEED.

Tips On Growing Marijuana

When it comes to growing weed, there are many steps involved to ensure your success. While it can be a challenging process, there are many ways to help ensure that you fully enjoy the fruits of your labor. Here are some of the top tips to help you go from seed to weed:

 Growing Tips

Tips On Growing MarijuanaChoose Wisely: The first step is also the most crucial. Choosing the right seeds will save you a lot of headaches and issues down the road. A great deal of your success hinges on the genetics of these very seeds. Be sure to be smart about who you buy from, and never have the seeds sent to the same address you plan to use to grow your garden.

Keep it Clean: When dealing with the process of growing weed, mites and other pests can easily destroy your efforts. It’s vital that you keep your plants, your growing space, and yourself, clean. Be sure to keep the environment clean, whether outdoors or indoors, and wash your hands each time you enter the garden area.

Lighting Matters: Dealing with cannabis can be tricky. It’s vital that you invest in the right lighting for your plants. If you are growing them indoors, you’ll need to ensure that there is adequate space. This means that each plant should be no closer than 18 inches to the light. Growing outdoors is a bit different, but light is still critical. Clear the area of shrubbery or other vegetation that would block the sunlight, and ensure that there are few to no trees nearby.

 Be Safe, Have Fun!

While growing weed can take a lot of time and effort, it can very well be worth it. With the help of the tips above, you’ll be able to avoid some of the common pitfalls that beginners make. Combine this with dedication and perseverance, and you’ll have your own cannabis in no time.

Time for Christmas Shopping
Comment for this post has been locked by admin.
We Are Open and Fully Operational to Serve You During the Covid-19 Outbreak

Joomla! Debug Console


Profile Information

Memory Usage

Database Queries