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Their leaves will droop and they will look limp and lifeless if you have been under-watering them. The plant will need lots of nitrogen rich foods such as liquid fish and seaweed which you can feed your plants with compost teas. There are many potential challenges ahead that could prevent your baby cannabis plants from ever flowering.

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The leaves of your pot plants are clues to all sorts of issues that your plants could potentially encounter during the growing process. The leaves will show specific discolorations and deteriorations if the plant is deficient in key nutrients. Calcium deficiencies are often accompanied by other deficiencies with their own signs of distress. Small, dead, crinkling brown spots on the leaves are the major sign of calcium deficiency however.

Distorted colored tips on new leaves are another sign. Your plant will have trouble growing taller, the leaves will curl back and change unusual colors if it has a copper deficiency. New leaves will grow in dark and twisted while older leaves will fade yellow or white. Your plant will also be stunted if it has manganese deficiency. The leaves may eventually shred apart and die due to manganese deficiency.

Yellowing in the veins and the appearance of brown spots on the leaves are your early warning signs of manganese deficiency however. An orange, red or pink discoloration at the edge toward the middle of the leaves is your first tell tale sign of molybdenum deficiency.

Yellow leaves due to nitrogen deficiency are normal during the flowering phase when the buds are nearly ready for harvest however. Slow overall plant growth, weak stems and dark heavy claw-like leaves are signs of a toxic excess of nitrogen.

Stunted growth with dark gray or purple patches on the leaves indicates that the plant is lacking phosphorus which it is vital throughout its lifecycle and which it especially craves when it flowers.

The plants will become stretchy, the stems will become weak and the older leaves near the bottom will start getting dark and scorched lesions will appear around the edges of the leaves as they curl and die due to potassium deficiency.

Chlorosis yellowing will spread from the back of the leaf to the front if the plant is deficient in sulfur. The older leaves near the bottom will turn pinkish red or orange, Any growing buds on the plant will die off. The veins of younger leaves near the top will turn yellow and start dying off if the plant is deficient in Zinc.

There will also be less space between new nodes and the leaves will start bunching up. Any bud growing on flowering plants will begin to die at this point as well. Other Signs Of Plant Distress Your leaves will grow firm, drooping and curling down towards their stems, starving for oxygen if you overwater them. You can try increasing the temperature from the lights and your airflow if you are growing indoors to speed up water absorption. You can also poke some holes in the soil with a pencil to give them some oxygen.

Your plants may also require a better drainage system. The serrated edges of the leaves will begin to curl up if they are exposed to too much natural or artificial light.

To alleviate these issues, decrease the intensity of your lighting and increase air circulation with fans to help your indoor plants recover. Hang a large cloth, sheet or build some other source of shade for your outdoor plants. Water them in the early morning and late evening to help them retain water and recover from outdoor heat and light stress. Again keep in mind that you are more likely to run into most of these issues if you are using inorganic methods.

The compost teas we will teach you to brew will help prevent these deficiencies as well by adding extra nutrients and microorganisms to naturally unlock the organic fertilizers you buried deep down in your grow pot.

You will still want to consistently check the pH of the water you give the plants even if you are utilizing organic methods. Boron and copper deficiency are often triggered by water with a pH content above or below the ideal 6. Manganese deficiency is typically triggered by pH content that is too high. Molybdenum and nitrogen deficiency are specifically triggered by pH that is too low, so use water that is pH-balanced at 6.

These fungi and microorganisms break down the nutrient-fertilized soil at the bottom of your grow pot so the big hungry reefer roots can easily absorb them during the plants vegetation and flowering periods. You can begin to make your own compost tea by filling a five-gallon bucket with water. Oxygenate it with air stone bubblers and an air pump for a few hours to purify it of chlorine and other contaminants. Then, fill a cotton bag with compost, bat guano, and a bit of molasses.

Submerge the cotton bag, and steep it in the bubbling oxygen-rich water for two days. Organic Pest Control The fungi and microorganisms in your compost teas and organic soil provide an extra advantage as organic deterrents to other pests such as spider mites, whiteflies, and thrips.

Spray a mixture of neem oil on the tops and bottoms of your leaves to keep these pests away. Your ganja will eventually slow down its upward growth and start filling out with more nodes and branches. Calyxes will start to emerge at the nodes where the branches meet the stem of the plant. Allow your plants to veg out for 4 to 6 weeks in order to grow 4 to 6 different leaf branches.

Check the instructions that come with the seeds for your specific strains to determine when to trigger their flowering phase. The plant is ready for flowering once it is standing strong and well nourished at your desired height. Use auto timer lights to give your plants 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness in order to make the plant think that it is harvest time. Make sure that the air temperature is between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit and keep the air moving around the room with fans.

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Start feeding your plants phosphorus compost teas made out of bird, bat and insect guano as opposed to the nitrogen based teas you were feeding it during its vegetative state. The sex of your cannabis plants will reveal themselves after roughly 10 days of flowering conditions. If you planted any male seeds, you will see little green banana-like sac structures on the node regions of the plant where the leaves meet the main stem.

If you find male plants growing amongst female plants, you MUST separate them before the little green sacs on the male plant burst open. If you find a sac already burst open, the plant has released its pollen. That means that the female plants around them have likely been fertilized and the psychoactive potential of their trichomes has been ruined. In this case, your only recourse is to start over with a new batch of seeds. You can identify female plants, also known as sinsemilla , by the white hairs that emerge from the pear-shaped bracts at their plant nodes.

These mutants carry the potential to pollinate and ruin your psychoactive sinsemilla. Use a microscope to check the color of the heads of the trichomes oozing out from the ripe cola buds.

Place the paper towel covered seeds in a dark area and they will grow roots in a matter of days. After that, all you have to do is move them into a pot. Germinating seeds with paper towels For this method, you take a couple of seeds, put them on a damp paper towel and cover with another one, after which you store them somewhere dark. After a few days you should see roots embedded in the paper towels. You can do this with gauze and cotton wool as well.

One of the most important things to remember for the seedling stage is that you will want to move your plants in a bigger pot as soon as you see the first few leafs show.

Further along the road you will most likely have to re-pot the plants again. I strongly suggest you move the plants as soon as you see the first leaves appear.

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The second re-potting should happen once your plants have rooted in firmly and appear ready to be moved—this means that the plant looks stable enough to be moved. Whatever you decide to do regarding re-potting, keep one thing in mind: The less root damage the better.

Vegetative stage Vegetative stage starts when you see that the plant is looking more like a weed plant than just a regular plant, meaning that it has clear weed-like characteristics.

You will start seeing the recognizable fan leaves and many branches stemming from the trunk, alongside that familiar skunky smell. Vegetative stage starts roughly around the second week for most autoflowering plants, but for others it might start in the third week. Either way, once your plant starts growing in size by the day you will know that you successfully reached the vegetative stage.


The amount of water you will use for your plants varies depending on the specifics of your grow and the environment in which you hold the plants. It also depends on the size of the plant, air temperature, soil composition, water quality and the capacity of your air filtration systems. Let me just leave it at these 3 things: Water whenever you feel that the top of the soil is dry Bigger pots — water less often, smaller pots — water more often Make sure you have appropriate drainage to avoid overwatering Pro tip: Get yourself a bottle of carbonated water, and sprinkle the weed leaves.

Carbonated water has CO2, which your plants crave. How to clone weed plants Similarly to re-vegging autoflowering weed strains, cloning them is extremely hard or next to impossible to do. This is due to the fact that autoflowering strains have grown in the northern areas of the planet in which they had limited time to flower. Cloning an autoflowering seed will create a plant of the same age as the mother plant. Clones share the exact same genetics as the mother plant, which includes their age.

Cut at least the 2nd or 3rd node. Fill a solo cup with soil and punch a hole on the top of the soil about 10 cm deep. Shave off a bit of the skin on the bottom of the cutting so it can form roots more easily.

Stick the freshly cut branch in the hole you just punched and water your new plant. Cloning weed plants is a great way to save money and keep growing the same plant with great genetics over and over again. You can clone one plant as many times as you want, and the clone of that clone.

Hell, cloning works even with cats. Flowering stage Once your plants reach a decent height and size it is time to flower. Once your plant feels the time is right, it will start flowering. How to know if your plant is male or female? Well, in that case you will simply have to sprout all the seeds, and wait for them to grow up a bit.

It is important to keep in mind that cannabis plants can also be hermaphrodites, which means that one plant has both male and female traits. Pro tip: It is very important that you keep male and female plants separate or toss the male plants away as there is a chance that male plants might ruin your grow by fertilizing the female plants. Post-harvest stage Most autoflowering plants will show best results around the 11th or 12th week, which is usually a great time to harvest.

But, before you cut your flowers and start drying, here are 2 things to know before you throw away the remaining pieces of the plant: Harvested plants can grow again and bring more crops unless they are autoflowering strains by re-vegging the plant; You can still clone the plant that you just cut up as long as there are healthy leaves.

Here is a list of top 8 picks: 1. Although not exclusively about growing marijuana, this book was written by one of the more well known growers from Oregon.

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It teaches everything you could ever possibly need to know about the microorganisms that make up your soil. You learn about how the soil balance affects pH, plant growth as well as how you can naturally prevent pests and treat common conditions.

It comes complete with illustrations as well as funny anecdotes. This book teaches you how to maximize your crop when your space is limited. It includes a wealth of resources such as details about plant physiology. Section one teaches you terminology and the anatomy of the flowers. Learn everything from the root to the calyx and all of the plants in-between.

Secton 2 includes the technical aspects of the grow space, including recommendations for hydroponics and lights to use. Section 3 addresses genetics, compost teas and how to breed or propagate plants. Marijuana Cultivation Reconsidered has 6 appendices for further information. It has over full color pages and more than a full color photographs. The detailed text and the generous visual guide provide an accessible learning tool for growers from all levels of experience. It was first published in and became a best seller internationally.Proceed to cut the tree into smaller branches, trim away all the large leaves down to the stem and all of the leaf tips stuck in the buds.

Marijuana Harvest. So should I use regular water to eater then or carbonated water? Ratings and Book Reviews 0 1 star ratings 0 reviews. Below is the information that should be present in these notices. Planting the root directly in fertilizer will give it nutrient burn.

Your plant will have trouble growing taller, the leaves will curl back and change unusual colors if it has a copper deficiency.

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