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Marijuana Cultivation FAQs

Checkout our Cannabis Growing FAQ for all of your marijuana related queries. We will be updating this page soon, please stay tuned.

How many cannabis plants can I have under a light?

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This can be a hard one to fully explain to new growers but heres a rough estimation according to some growers.

250 watt = 1-2 plants
400 watt = 3-5 plants
600 watt = 7-8 plants
1000 watt = Up to 10 plants

How do I dry and cure marijuana properly?

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It’s time to harvest when the clear, hazy, amber trichomes are to your satisfaction.

First, remove all large fan leaves and secondary stems, then hang stems on a wire in a cool dark room with an oscillating fan. The ideal temperature is 70 degrees with a 50%-60% humidity. The outside of the buds will dry out if you blow directly on them.

The stems snap like an old dried twig after a week or two depending on the humidity in your harvest location. It’s time to put them in brown paper bags to dry up the inner bud. This will also help the outside bud dry out, and the whole bud will be lovely and dry in a week or two.

Burp the bud daily to enable fresh air in and moisture out during curing. The longer you cure, the better the ultimate result.

Some people are now suing “Boveda” humidity paks.

62 percent was too damp and didn’t smoke well. Better at 58 percent, but you don’t need Boveda to dry and cure.

When should I water my potted plants?

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After the initial drenching (watering in), we should allow the pot to dry almost completely before continuing. When you wet the pot, pick it up and put it somewhere safe. Feel the weight on your shoulders. After a day or two or three… You will see that the pot is really light. It is time to water the plants.

For the first day or two, stick your finger into the soil to check on the level of moisture. All of this will become second nature to you in no time, and you will soon figure out how many days should pass between waterings.

It is important to notice that when the plant is little, you should water it less. You will water your flowers at least a day earlier than usual.

How do I check the pH in my soil?

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The easiest and fastest way to test pH in soil is to get a soil pH tester. These devices have a probe or two which prod into the soil and provide pH results in an instant. They aren’t expensive (you can score one on eBay for around $15) so go and get one to try out. The cheaper the nastier as we all know but theres still some good ones on there.

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