Published by: Cannabispromoter
5 Easy Steps to Start Growing Cannabis at Home
So you want to start growing cannabis at home. Good call! Not only does growing at home eliminate the need to drop your hard-earned dollars at dispensaries, but it’s also a fun and fascinating hobby. Not to get too sentimental about it, but there is something fulfilling about guiding a cannabis plant from seed to flower, knowing that your careful strategy is the reason for quality buds.
That said, there is a lot of information out there on how to grow at home. The input can be overwhelming. If you’re tempted to bail, rest assured: there are easier options for first-time growers. Not to mention, advanced technology makes it easier and easier for hobbyists to grow quality buds at home. You can see this technology at work in California LightWorks’ personal LED grow light collection.
It’s an exciting time to be a commercial grower. With the latest advancements in LED technology, you have more control over your yields than ever before. Variable spectrum LED lights like the California Lightworks SolarSystem® allow you to mimic the light spectrum of the sun and command the changing seasons . . . at least in terms of your plants’ perception.
Your cannabis plants are covered in photoreceptors—light sensors that pick up signals from the light they receive. Plants use these photoreceptors to read the light spectrum and make decisions based on what they learn about their current conditions.
Indica and Sativa were terms used to identify different species of cannabis and first coined in the 18th century. Today scientists are looking more at the cannabinoid profiles of cannabis to distinguish between the species. Below is a video giving you five different facts about Sativa and Indica cannabis.
I chose to use CFL bulbs in my house for a number of reasons. Bulbs with excellent wavelengths for plant growth can easily found hardware stores so finding a specialty shop or ordering online is not necessary in most areas.
Marijuana. Weed. Pot. Cannabis. Whatever you call it, it’s recreational use is now legal in Canada, and that means some provinces will allow for home grows. But how do you grow pot? For more info, please go to http://www.globalnews.ca Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20fcXDc Like Global News on Facebook HERE: http://bit.ly/255GMJQ Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Toz8mt #GlobalNewsExplains #GlobalNewsOriginal #GlobalNews
Canada has officially legalized recreational marijuana and that means some provinces will allow for home grows.
As of now, the federal government set a limit of four plants per household and most provinces and territories followed that advice except for Quebec and Manitoba, which banned home growing all together.