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Since quarantine started, you may have been feeling an undeniable urge to homestead. Why grow your own weed? Since then, he has published a number of books in different languages , put out videos and given talks around the world sometimes in disguise on how to grow and harvest marijuana. Water and fertilize regularly.
Harvest and dry when buds are big and frosty. Consume responsibly. You can grow as many as six plants for personal consumption, which should be more than enough considering you can expect between a few ounces and a couple of pounds of bud per plant.
You can carry and gift up to You need a license to sell it. Please, please, please consume responsibly. You can find most of the supplies you need at a big box store. Marijuana clone: Like those baby plants you buy in those plastic containers, these are clippings from a marijuana plant that have roots and are ready to be planted.
Often, serious growers snap them up. Fertilizer: Marijuana is a heavy feeder and eventually your clone will munch up the nutrients in the soil as it grows big and strong.
Well-composted chicken manure is also good to have on hand but not a necessity. Pot optional : You can plant your clone in the ground or in a container. If you choose to put it in a pot, feel free to use whatever you have as long as it has good drainage plenty of holes in the bottom.
Something between five and 20 gallons will work best, although the bigger the pot, the bigger the plant. They drain well and are readily available online. What about seeds? Make a small hole just large enough for the clone. Gently remove the clone from the packaging, careful not to damage the roots. Place it in the hole about one inch above the soil in the container. Secure it by patting down the soil. Gently water until the soil is saturated.
Extra credit: Shade your plant for days because it may be sensitive to bright sunlight and heat as it gets acclimated to its new world. If not, dig a 1x1x1 foot hole or larger if possible. Prep the site by mixing the native soil with an equivalent amount of potting mix. Refill the hole. Follow the above instructions for planting. Extra Credit: Add 10 percent chicken manure to the soil mix that you make.
Take a breath. Water: when you stick your finger into the soil and the top inch feels dry. Go by feel! The plant will need more water as it gets bigger. Fertilize: as you would tomatoes. A good rule of thumb is to feed every three to four weeks, but just follow the instructions on the back of whatever fertilizer you purchase. Mulch: when it starts to get hot.
You may have to add mulch a few times throughout the year as it breaks down. How much, depends on the strain and your growing process. And your best is enough. Cut the plant at the base, or trim off entire branches if the plant is too big. Hang it upside down in a place with good airflow, out of the sun. Too complicated? Do the branches snap when you bend them? Still too complicated?
Do the flowers burn when you put a flame to them? Pretty straight forward. Extra credit: Place the buds in mason jars with hygrometers and humidity control packets to ensure your bud stays around percent humidity.
You can do it! Just make sure to enjoy responsibly. A woman poses with a mock marijuana joint in Jerusalem on April 20, to celebrate and to express her defiance of current Israeli laws.
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Since quarantine started, you may have been feeling an undeniable urge to homestead. Why grow your own weed? Since then, he has published a number of books in different languages , put out videos and given talks around the world sometimes in disguise on how to grow and harvest marijuana. Water and fertilize regularly. Harvest and dry when buds are big and frosty. Consume responsibly. You can grow as many as six plants for personal consumption, which should be more than enough considering you can expect between a few ounces and a couple of pounds of bud per plant.
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