Do you know what can help you to increase your cannabis yield, new growers should avoid some Common Mistakes.
1: Don’t look for cannabis seed genetics
Often people buy a bundle of cannabis seeds without any clues regarding their genetics in order to profit from their freshly obtained weed licence. You should thus research the variety of seeds, how terrible might be their genetic drift, and what conditions each seed needs to flourish.
2: Don’t give germination Space
Most weed crops fail because farmers make the error of cultivating them in an inappropriate setting. For example, the chambers are dark and damp, the temperature too hot, there is insufficient light, or even if there is light it doesn’t reach the bottom and the seeds are too heavy. All of these and more are the causes that harm or lose motivation for some of your seedlings.
Therefore germinate in a controlled environment such as glass, paper towels, Rockwool or soil instead of placing the seeds straight into the beds. You can also invest in a kit.
3: Growing with bad Soil
Many beginners use the soil available for weed cultivation and this may not work well, as weed plants also have their own special land requirements like other crops. For them, the soil should be light and airy to breathe in roots, be rich in nutrients to increase the wealth of chemicals in the buds and no pollution should take place in the soil.
There is no way to save your crop if your bed is already plagued with pests, fungus or mildew.
4: Growing Cannabis Plants in Tight Spaces
The worst thing you can do with your money is to spend a tonne of money on weed farming and save some money. Since the pots do not have enough room for the roots of the plants to grow, it will certainly influence the growth of the plant.
Again, we don’t mean you should be big pots because empty space serves as a space for moulds and fungi to grow into.
Your pots should also be filled with holes on the bottom to drain excess moisture. It should remain in the pot only the amount of water your soil can retain.
5: Watch out for Humidity in Greenhouses
Persons growing their weeds in greenhouses often do not care for the humidity levels properly and eventually damage the produce. Thus, you should remember that weed strains ideally need 65-70% of moisture to flourish. Also, avoid overwatering your plants if the climate is already damp or if your plants are weak.
Overfeeding occurs when people flood the soil in huge quantities with too many or one of these nutrients, which causes nutrient burning. Or, worse, the nutrients can build and lock a block of minerals in the soil.
It is obvious that overwatering is when the soil is ultimately overloaded with too much water and hence the soil does not have sufficient area for oxygen. This can lead to rooting and fungal growth.
7: Do not maintain the correct pH levels
You should comprehend that ignoring the soil’s health just ruins the produce. You should therefore ensure that the pH of the soil is between 6.0 and 7.0. Now the water and nutrients can be adjusted correctly.
8: Ignoring Ventilation
Persons cultivating their weeds indoors often establish a cooling system by completely forgetting the necessity for ventilation. Due to this, the stench of weed cannot be hidden, and the thieves are invading their fields. Do not overlook the mould and fungus possibilities if the air circulation doesn’t function properly.