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CLONE CARE TIPS
1.GATHER YOUR SUPPLIES
HAVE EVERYTHING READY BEFORE BUYING YOUR CLONE
2.AFTER BUYING YOUR CLONE GO STRAIGHT HOME
DONT SPEND ANY UNNECESSARY TIME OUT WITH YOUR CLONE GET THAT BABY HOME!
3.KNOW IF YOUR DOING OUTDOOR OR INDOOR
4.TRANSPLANT YOR CLONE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
5.BE MINDFUL OF WATERING AND LIGHT CYCLES
18 HRS OF LIGHT/6 HRS OF DARKNESS A DAY DURING THE VEG STATE
PLANT CARE TIPS.
Once your plant grows the first “regular” set of leaves, it’s pretty much officially in the vegetative stage.
Young growing cannabis plants grow fastest when the temperature is a bit warmer than a comfortable room temperature, around 70-85°F (20-30°C). But as long as it doesn’t get freezing cold or burning hot, your plants should be able to grow in a wide range of temperatures.
In this stage, your plant will focus ONLY on getting big and strong. Buds and flowers are not part of the plant’s vocabulary yet.
If you’re feeding your plant with additional nutrients, start at half strength as it can be easy to burn your young cannabis plants. Bring to 3/4 strength one plant starts growing vigorously and if your plant displays signs of needing more nutrients even though the pH is in a good range.
Only feed nutrients at full strength if the plant is showing signs that it needs more nutrients (lower leaves are turning lime green, then yellow, then falling off – the first sign of a nitrogen deficiency, the most common type of deficiency – if the plant is not getting enough nutrients).
Indoors, you must change to a 12-12 light schedule, with 12 hours of light & 12 hours of uninterrupted darkness each day (usually accomplished by putting your lights on a timer) to get your cannabis to start flowering (making buds). When should I change my light schedule to 12-12?
Outdoors, your weed will naturally start flowering when the days get short enough, usually a few months before winter.
- Now that you’re fully in the flowering stage, it’s best to keep temps slightly cooler, around 65-80°F (18-26°C) to produce buds with the best color, trichome production and smell.
Wait until your buds stop growing new, white hairs. By this point, your buds should be fragrant (the whole grow room or area will likely smell strongly of cannabis), plump and ‘filled out’.
Wait until at least 40% of the white hairs have changed color (darkened) and are curling in. This marks the beginning of the harvest window. Buds harvested now will have more of a speedy effect and are not at full potency.
Harvest when 50-70% of the hairs have darkened for highest THC levels
Harvest when 80-90% of the hairs have darkened for more a couchlock, anti-anxiety effect (some of the THC has turned into the more relaxing CBN)