Are you having a hard time getting your Cannabis plants to flower? What can be done to increase the success of your Cannabis plants in producing buds? Here are some simple tips to help you increase the yield of your Cannabis plants.
First of all, make sure you’re providing the correct nutrients for your bud. They don’t just grow from the plant; they are grown in a soil and plant food environment. If you’re feeding your plants with potting soil that has a low moisture content, this will mean low yields for your plants.
It’s also important to provide your plants with a balanced pH because the key nutrients for your Cannabis are water and nitrogen. The pH should be between 7.4 and 7.6, but you’ll get better results if it’s closer to the optimum level. You can do this by using a pH testing kit.
Also, remember that the buds from your Cannabis plants will be moist. Moisture is essential in getting the best results, so make sure that you keep your environment dry at all times will help ensure that your buds will dry up quickly, instead of developing mold and fungus.
I like to use good quality organic fertilizer on my Cannabis plants. Don’t forget that the fertilizer you’re using will have to be applied consistently during the growing season.
You might have heard that Marijuana plants have to be “bitten” to get started. This isn’t true, because once you have the proper structure, the Cannabis will grow all by itself.
To get your first batch of buds, I recommend clipping the flowering stem from your plants. Once the first trichome buds have developed, they’ll begin to grow normally. After the first trichome bud has grown, you can trim it off to form your first cut, and this will help your next set of buds to grow.
Some growers choose to let their buds grow to full size after the buds have been harvested. This allows cannabis to produce more buds as they grow older. It also prevents unnecessary harvest loss in case of cuttings or branches sprouting out, since cutting the plants back will help prevent those things from happening.
Another common mistake in Cannabis growing is going straight to the soil and watering the roots. The top layer of soil that the cannabis plant is planted in, will serve as the roots. It will also create a layer of air pockets below the main plant roots, which creates that layer of protection against harmful microbial infections.
Curing is also important in Cannabis growing. Without curing, the soil can become soggy, which causes the buds to dry up faster. But don’t allow the buds to dry out completely before curing them, as this will lead to mold and fungus development.
One more thing that Cannabis growers should do is to always keep a humidifier handy. This will help to maintain a constant humidity in the room where the Cannabis is being grown, making it much easier for the plant to produce buds at its peak.