Are you interested in growing high quality marijuana ?
If so, then you've come to the right place! Here at MarijuanaGrowGuide.net, we have an easy step-by-step guide to growing marijuana indoors. Whether you've never grown marijuana before or you just want to improve your cannabis crop, this guide is right for you.
Growing marijuana can be a rewarding and enjoyable past-time, but it takes a lot of time and dedication. You can grow marijuana from seed to bud in a little over a month. but if you want a good yield of high-quality marijuana, you should expect to spend 3-5 months caring for your plants. The instructions in this guide can be carried out for under $300, but by being resourceful, you can grow for as little or as much as you'd like!
The instructions contained within this guide refer to growing 1-4 cannabis plants in a closet or small grow-room. The techniques described can be modified relatively easily to carry out larger-scale grow operations, but for your first couple grows, focus on learning about growing marijuana and caring for your plants. Don't get carried away. A lot of novice growers make the mistake of biting off more than they can chew, so take it slow and you will grow great marijuana!
Marijuana comes in many different varieties or "cannabis strains" and so there are many to fit your needs when you start to grow your own high quality
marijuana. However marijuana comes in two basic types: cannabis sativa and cannabis indica. The seeds you have to choose from will be either of these two types, or a hybrid combination of the two with different percentage make-ups (like 50% indica-50% sativa, or 70-30 etc). Below I will outline the major differences of the two varieties so you can make a better decision when deciding which seeds you will want to start your marijuana grow with.
Indica's are short, and very dense with thick broad leaves and short thick branches. Indica marijuana plants are usually a deep dark green color and sometimes have purple and bright, white highlights. Indica's usually do better with slightly less sunlight and slightly cooler temperatures. The effects of the indica strains are a deep down heavy body type buzz.
Sativa's are tall thin plants, with wide thin leaves. Their branches are long,thin and spread out wide giving the sativa a lean or even frail look. The sativa marijuana plant is usually a very lightish green and can sometimes have orange and bright, white highlights. These plants usually require higher temperatures and more light. The effects of cannabis sativa are more of energetic and cerebral, sometimes referred to as uplifting. Some people prone to paranoia often complain of its effects more with the sativa dominated marijuana strain.
Ready to get started? First, you need to make the decision to start growing marijuana .