Cannabis plants are a plant that is used for medicinal and recreational purposes. Cannabis plants can be grown indoors or outdoors, but it is suggested to grow them indoors because they will cost less to maintain. Some problems cannabis plants may face while growing are hormones, mildew, fungus, and insects. These things can attack the cannabis plant at any given time during growth. If these things get worse, they could kill the cannabis plant, making it hard for you to harvest your product successfully. The problem of pests attacking the cannabis plant should be considered before starting production of your product.
How to grow cannabis plants?
The first thing you need to know is how big will the cannabis plant growth; while this may not be super important because we can trim the tops and bottom leaves, cannabis plants grow at a downward angle. Although, if you have a short growing area, this could be an issue. The next thing to consider is how much space will the plant need? The amount of space you give your plant could be determined by how much yield you want to get off of it. If you are getting a high yield off of one plant, one plant is taking up more than 1×1 foot of space. The most common grow spaces are 1×1 or 2×2, with enough room for the flowers to stretch out and get airflow.
What Are the major challenges of Cannabis plant growing?
There are different challenges that small and large growers may encounter when growing their plants. Some of the biggest challenges growers may face lighting, temperature, water, and nutrients. Understanding how to combat these challenges can help you to overcome them. The most common problem with excess light is heat which could burn the plant and should be avoided at all costs. The cannabis plant requires high amounts of water, just like any other plant, while growing, but they don’t require that much water when they are in their flowering stage.
One key way to tell the difference between male and female plants is that male plants are usually longer than females. If you have any female plants, remove them because they become male after they reach a certain length. One of the best ways to begin in the cannabis growing environment is to start with a simple indoor grow setup and learn how to manage each of these factors properly.
Here are some main problems and their solution with cannabis plants. While growing?
If these plants are not properly watered, then the plants will die. Usually, the cannabis plant needs 1-2 gallons of water per week. However, your cannabis plant may need more water depending on what you grow, so be careful when watering it. The most common reason a cannabis plant wilts or dies is dehydration.
There are different marijuana strains; each strain has its cannabinoid profile. Each profile could have its ideal temperature range while growing, making it important to know what temperatures they prefer to give them the best care possible.
Air temperature and humidity controls are important because the cannabis plants can’t handle too much heat; when the temperature gets too high, it will affect the plant’s growth. Most growers cannot find a perfect place for their plants because there is not enough space to grow and thrive properly. The solution to this problem is to invest in a grow tent or move them outdoors during summer.
Nutrients are one of the common problems which most inexperienced growers face during their first cultivation experience. It is suggested that new growers with little experience should follow the instructions to prevent nutrient burn on your plant.
Sometimes, growers face pests which attack the cannabis plants during their growing process. If a grower is not careful, then they might lose the plant. Here are some steps to take if your plant is susceptible to pests: There are many kinds of bugs that can impact your cannabis plants while growing. Some bugs can also spread diseases to your cannabis plants, and they could kill them. However, in most cases, these bugs don’t affect the growth of your plants or spread disease to them. Here are some ways to prevent bugs from spreading to your cannabis plants:
Mould and Mildew
There are many types of mould and mildew which can attack your cannabis plants. Some of the most common moulds in the cannabis plant grow room include Aspergillus, Botrytis, Fusarium, Rhizopus or Verticillium. To prevent these moulds from spreading, you can use a dehumidifier in the grow room. You can also use a quality fan for circulation so that the mould cannot stay in one place for too long.
There are some leaves on the top of your cannabis plant, which are important for survival. These leaves absorb sunlight. Hence it is important to trim these leaves to prevent overgrowth. This process is called pruning, in which you remove extra branches and stems from your cannabis plants so that they can grow properly. If you don’t prune your plant, it will not have enough room to grow properly.
The final step in the growing process is harvesting your cannabis plants. Harvesting your marijuana plant can be an easy process as long as you obey some of the rules and allow it to mature properly. There are many ways to harvest your cannabis plants; for example, it can be done by cutting them down or flowering them completely. There are pros and cons to each method. Some growers decide not to do either of these two methods; however, there is a high probability that these methods will affect their yield, so you need to consider their pros and cons before deciding. The advantage of this method is that it doesn’t require lots of labour from the grower.