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seed to weed in 8 weeks

The weather will start to turn and the sun will begin descending in the sky as your plants fatten up with sweet, sticky buds. It might be tempting, but wait until around the Fall Equinox to start harvesting.

The Spring Equinox is a good reminder that it’s time to kick off the outdoor growing process and start germinating your seeds.

Important dates for growing marijuana outdoors

Take meticulous notes on when and how you perform each step, as well as what the weather is like. Other notes can include how much water you give plants, at what intervals, and how much nutrients you give them. Pictures will also give you a better sense of how your plants look along the way.

Be mindful to increase your watering as the plant develops. When it’s young, your plant will need water close to the stalk, but as it grows the roots will also grow outward, so start watering further away from the stalk in the soil so roots can stretch out and absorb water more efficiently.

Be sure to keep a grow journal to track the progress of your plants. Looking back on your notes will help you learn from mistakes and maximize the quality and quantity of your buds.

• Preparation time before you grow (0–4 weeks) – The time you need to get your seeds and supplies together, and to get your grow room ready.

• Vegetative stage
Time: 2–8+ weeks

THE GROWING STAGES OF CANNABIS

Moreover, the growing techniques you use will also determine the length of your veg; if you’re growing in a SOG, with many small cannabis plants grown together in close proximity, you will usually initiate flowering much earlier. With other training techniques like topping, plants need time to recover from such “high stress” treatment, and therefore veg is lengthened by a week or more.

Following a short pre-flowering stage where some plants stretch significantly in length, your plant will stop vegetative growth and put all its energy into producing what you planted it for in the first place: big, juicy, aromatic buds!

In this guide, we will look at the different stages involved with growing feminized photoperiod cannabis indoors. As we want to give you an idea of what to expect from the moment you decide to start growing to when you can finally enjoy your self-grown stash, we are also including preparation time and drying and curing time for your weed post-harvest. The following are the stages of a typical cannabis indoor grow: