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cannabis from seed to smoke time

Once you plant your seed, it will be the taproot that attaches itself to your soil and soaks up all the nutrients.

In this period, your plant will need plenty of room to grow.

Germination

The pre-flowering stage is crucial for your plant health, especially if you planted without knowing the gender of your plant.

Some common problems that can occur during the flowering stage include:

Then under those, you’ll begin to see your little tried-and-true pot leaves growing with rounded points.

SCReen Of Green (SCROG) instead accommodates fewer plants per square metre. Bending branches allows you to weave them through a screen or wire frame. That improves light distribution, allowing for SOG-like results using fewer plants in the same space.

When growers receive their Cannabis seeds, it is time to germinate. Germination is the first step of the real growing adventure: so far, everything was just preparation. Once a cannabis seed germinates, its protective shell cracks open, and the first tiny root peeps out. For the sentimental grower, this is an emotional moment – a bit like childbirth, actually. It’s also a moment, however, to be very delicate in handling cannabis seeds.

Indeed, we’ve been saving the best for the last: harvesting those plants to find out how much they yield! It’s almost time to start trimming. At this point, keep the air humidity n your tent between 30 and 45% to prevent fungi and bud rot issues. You don’t want to lose all that hard work right before the finish line!

Don’t Wake The Neighbours

Once the seeds become seedlings, with roots showing on the sides and bottom of the grow plus (usually after about four days), they’re ready for planting. I start with small P9 size flower pots. I’ll leave them for 7 to 11 days to give the roots time to develop, creating a stable habitat.

Sea Of Green (SOG) allows you to grow more plants per square metre. You switch to 12/12 lighting early, creating a ‘sea’ of flowering buds.

That’s why I prefer to trim first, and then drying the buds in a drying net in the same room where I grew them. I allow fresh air into the tent and keep it flowing to cut mold risks. The buds take two to three weeks to dry.

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You may already be set with some seeds and your grow room is ready to go. Great! In this case, there won’t be much prep time needed to start your grow. Otherwise, this period takes into consideration how long it will take to order and receive your seeds, as well as source any equipment such as potting containers and soil. This period will therefore vary depending on what you need, where you are buying from, the speed of your mail, etc. Expect the preparation time to take anywhere from 0–4 weeks if you still need some equipment before you can get started.

Germinating your seeds is the first “serious” step when growing weed. If something goes wrong with germinating, such as low-quality or old seeds that won’t “pop”, there won’t be much to grow after all. But you needn’t worry if you get your seeds from RQS, as our cannabis seeds are among the best-quality specimens on the market with the best germination rates.

A DETAILED TIMELINE ON CANNABIS GROWTH

• Preparation time before you grow (0–4 weeks) – The time you need to get your seeds and supplies together, and to get your grow room ready.

This covers the entire cannabis life cycle from germination all the way through to harvest.

4. Flowering stage (5–16+ weeks) – This is the reproductive stage of cannabis when it begins producing buds. How long your cannabis needs to ripen its flowers greatly depends on the strain you are growing. Fast-flowering indicas can be ready after about 55–60 days of flowering, whereas some sativas could take a few months for their buds to ripen.