Transplanting Cannabis Plants in Soil

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What’s happening all? So today was transplant day here at the pharm, and I thought I’d share some pictures to help anyone who has ever had trouble transplanting cannabis plants in soil, or is hesitant to try at all! Whoever wants to know! It stresses a lot of people out but is really pretty simple. One important caveat though is that your soil shouldn’t be too moist – like don’t transplant immediately after you water. The soil will be very crumbly and unconsolidated, be messy, and probably more work/hassle than it needs to be. I wait until it’s slightly moist,

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How to Grow Autoflowering Cannabis Plants

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Autoflowering cannabis plants are a reasonably new addition to the cannabis industry. They differ from traditional “photoperiod” cannabis plants, because they will flower under any light cycle. For a photoperiod cannabis plant to start flowering, you must reduce the amount of light hours it gets, and increase the dark hours. Most growers will induce flowering in a cannabis plant by giving them 12 hours of light, and 12 hours of darkness ( 12/12). An autoflowering cannabis plant, will flower under most light cycles, some even on 24 hours of light for their whole life. Auto flowering cannabis plants will go

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