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How grow cannabis?

grow cannabis indoor

Marijuana is a popular plant that you can grow in your own home. It's easy to do and yields healthy, organic plants perfect for use as an edible or smoking.


Germination is the first step in growing cannabis plants. During germination, your seeds will sprout into seedlings and begin to grow roots, leaves and stems.

It's important to know how long it takes for your seeds to germinate so you know when they're ready for transplanting into soil or another growing medium. Germination times can vary widely depending on the type of strain you're growing (some strains are more likely than others). But generally speaking, most cannabis seeds will take between 3-7 days before they sprout roots!


The seedling stage is the first part of plant growth. It begins when a seed sprouts and lasts for 2 to 3 weeks, during which time the plant develops its first leaves called cotyledons. The cotyledons are usually green but can be red or purple as well.

The next phase is known as "true leaves," which are larger than their predecessors and have veins running through them (the veins will expand once the plant grows bigger).


The flowering stage is the final stage of growth, and it's when your plant produces buds. Flowering can take up to 8 weeks, so make sure you're ready before you start this process!

The final phase is harvesting your crop--this will depend on what kind of plant you grew and how long it took to reach maturity.

Learn how to grow your own marijuana

Once you've decided to grow your own marijuana, the next step is choosing a strain. There are many different strains available and each has its own unique characteristics. The best way to pick a strain is by researching its effects and how well those effects work with your needs or preferences.

If you want to grow indoors, light will be one of your biggest considerations when choosing which plants will thrive under grow lights. For example: indica strains tend to do better under low-light conditions than sativa strains because they have shorter flowering periods (6-8 weeks) and can handle less intense light levels during this time period.

It's also important that whatever kind of plant food/fertilizer/supplementation used contains all essential nutrients needed for healthy growth; otherwise deficiencies may develop which can cause problems later on in growth stages.


As you can see, there are many different stages of growth for marijuana plants. The most important thing to remember is that they all require different types of care and attention. If you want to grow your own cannabis at home then it's important that you know what each stage looks like so that when something goes wrong (like your plant flowering too early), then you can quickly identify why this happened and fix it before any other plants suffer from similar issues!


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