10 Tips to Growing Marijuana Indoors
Grow Weed, Cannabis, Pot Indoors in Soil
Marijuana Growing Tips
The following Top 10 Tips to Growing Marijuana
Indoors will be very helpful to the beginner
If you watch these items and remain within
certain guidelines, your plants should thrive in your
artificial environment, eventually giving back all the
Growing healthy marijuana plants can be easy, and it can
also be FUN as well as therapeutic. Here are some
There are a number of important factors to consider and
monitor when growing your indoor marijuana.
For the benefit of this content, we are assuming that
you have already germinated (sprouted) your marijuana
seeds. A good step-by-step guide to
germination. If you have already completed this step,
let's get started with some tips to help you keep your
plants healthy and strong, from seedlings through the
harvesting - my second favorite stage.
Ready? Here's your top 10 tips for a successful
NOT Tell People.
You can and will be extremely proud of your
accomplishments as you successfully harvest your
homegrown marijuana. KEEP YOUR SECRET. Ever heard
of jealousy? Divorce? Revenge? - People listen and
always want to feel important, don't make it their
gossip. Protect your investment - Shut-up.
This means you too! Your tools, your floors,
your walls, everything. It pays when there are no bugs,
or disease, or an environment for them to spread. This
is truly under-rated - wash your hands upon entry
Grow from Quality Seeds
Your final product is 90% dependent upon it's
genetics. Be prepared to be disappointed using unknown
seeds. Hence the popularity of our website and these
first quality marijuana seeds. You can trust us.
Develop A Quality Soil
When you begin your garden, develop a soil
that works well for you. Start with just Miracle-Grow™
Potting Soil if you wish. PH should balance around 6.5
for most cannabis plants.
(see custom soil blend below)
DO NOT Over Water
(Most common mistake)
Too much water can kill young marijuana
plants. Following germination, allow the surface to get
crusty. Stick your finger 3-4 inches under the soil, if
no moisture, then water thoroughly. Sink water should
sit open for 24 hours or more to release chlorine among
other potentially harmful sediments.
NOT Over Fertilize
(2nd most common
If your soil contains certain
do not add more of these with your watering
schedule. When adding nutrients to your water, - apply
every other watering. The vegetative stage likes
more Nitrogen, and the flowering stage like more
Phosphates and less Nitrogen.
Provide A Superior Growing
Temperature, humidity, air circulation and personal
attention are all vital areas that can make for a most
stress free growing environment (or not). Work to keep
these consistent. Play music to your garden and have a
mild breeze pass around the room during certain hours.
Invest in their individual happiness, and you will
prosper greatly in your future satisfaction.
Keep Disposal Separate
Keep all of the trash from your garden in
separate bags from your other refuse (includes
anything). Dispose of all your garden garbage into an
available commercial dumpster when needed. Be sure to
remove and destroy any paper trail items. A fireplace
can be a wonderful amenity to a residential property.
DO NOT Harvest Too Early
This can be tough. Be patient, you have
waited and nurtured for this long. Your plants can
probably gain weight by waiting too. To be sure, wait
until 50% of the pistils have turned brown and you know
you won't be early. I have also harvested from the
bottom or top over a couple of days based on bud
appearance to get them at their most mature. (See
We hope our Top
Tips for Growing Marijuana Indoors Helps You Grow
Our intent is to assist
fellow growers in the successful growth and harvest of
high quality marijuana with less cash, risk, and chance
Below is a suggestion for
developing your own marijuana indoor growing soil. It offers initial nutrients
and is PH balanced to provide maximum growth potential.
Organic Marijuana Soil Blend
Consider using this as a starting point for creating
your marijuana grow medium (soil);
50% Miracle Grow or Similar Potting Soil
20% Bat Guano - High Phosphate Fertilizer
10% Organic Seafood Fertilizer
10% Perlite - added to your potting soil
5% Sand (optional)
5% Organic Mix - roots, bark, etc.
Once you have arrived at your soil
choice, be sure to use the same formula for all your
seeds, seedlings, and final transplanting. This
provides minimum stress and shock to the plants while
providing everything they need for a healthy existence.
Good luck everyone!
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