“Word to the Wise”- A few Beginner Tips

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With as much information as we have here on MD411, we can all understand how sensitive this particular subject may be to friends and family. When growing for the first time, it is important that you be wary about not just your grow, but other factors. Here are a few beginner tips to consider for the beginner horticulturis.
  • First and foremost, keep your endeavors PRIVATE. I do not know how many times I have had friends and acquaintances alike that have amazing setups, get robbed.  Largely, it was because they could not keep their mouths closed. I cannot stress this enough!
  • Be sure to keep your entire area clean and neat of anything that could spread disease. That means tools, grow area and even yourself. Wash your hands frequently and keep minimal people out of your grow area. See Bullet one.
  • Be sure to grow with quality seeds and fertilizers/chemicals. Do NOT skimp here. If you skimp on good seed, fertilizer or chemical your choice to go cheap will cost you dearly in the end.
  • Be sure you do not over fertilize or over water, two very common mistakes. Be sure that you provide the right nutrients for the different stages of your growth and remember what kind of nutrients you already had to begin with in your fertilizer. Also, be sure to not over water and use quality water when doing so. You should be able to stick your finger about four inches down into the soil (if you are implementing a soil grow). If there is no moisture, water accordingly.
  • As odd as it may seem, give your plants a nice environment to grow in. Keep temperature and humidity at optimal levels, play music, allow for a breeze in your indoor setup and speak soothingly to your plants. Studies show that plants can feel stress and this could ultimately affect their growth.
  • Finally, remember not to harvest too early. The best thing to do, so that you achieve optimal THC and CBD levels, is to wait for the about half of your pistils on your buds to turn brown. This is a great indication that it is about time to harvest.
Following these beginner tips can help for a most effective grow and allow you to reap the benefits of a healthy grow.

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