Looking to grow your own supply of marijuana? Don’t prefer to grow your weed because of the harsh weather conditions? Then take it indoors! What’s the problem now? Well, it becomes incredibly difficult to raise marijuana indoors compared to raising it outside which usually ends up with lower yield.
With the recent legalization of marijuana use, most growers no longer worry of growing marijuana outdoors due to the fear of authorities arresting them and confiscating their stock. What they fear is the harsh weather conditions that can destroy the buds of marijuana and lose their effects. That’s why you take it indoors when the weather isn’t too good.
Want to know the secrets in growing yield of indoor marijuana? Here are just some of the things that you should remember:
Managing the Growth
Get those shears and pruners out, it’s time to trim down your weed. But hold your horses, before you start trimming down the weed, you need to know when, where and how to cut properly so you don’t end up damaging the weed. What amateur growers don’t know is that cutting certain parts of the growing cannabis allows the branches to spread out more evenly and the buds to appear in a more consistent pattern. If you want your weed to grow healthier when you grow it indoors, you need to play even a closer attention to cutting the growing weed.
Lighting, Lighting, Lighting
At the end of the day, marijuana is still a plant. It’s important to remember this simple reminder – lighting, lighting and even more lighting! A lot of growers get puzzled as to how their competition manages to grow marijuana that has a greater yield. The secret lies in the amount of lighting that they receive even if they’re growing weed indoors. Provide some artificial lighting so that the buds of the marijuana get the chance to be more productive.
One of the reasons why many growers fail at indoor growing of marijuana is because they forget one essential aspect of marijuana growing – humidity. It’s important that you keep the environment less humid to preserve the buds of the cannabis. You can do this by using dehumidifiers which can help in reducing humid conditions indoors. But be careful though since using dehumidifiers can work TOO well and it can end up drying the weed too much which can damage the weed. If you’re going to use dehumidifiers, you need to closely monitor your weed.
Minerals and Nutrients
When you’re growing weed, knowing what and how much nutrients to give to your marijuana plantation are important. Sure, they’re still plants, but this causes a lot of growers to make a mistake in giving too much nutrients to their weed. You need to control how much you give to your weed since too much nutrients can burn out the weed and the soil, leading to low quality buds.
Growing marijuana indoors is certainly a challenge. The conditions become tougher and it becomes more of a painstakingly gentle situation for the grower. Hopefully, these tips can help you adjust and grow a bigger yield of indoor marijuana.