Autoflowering cannabis plants are hardy, fast, and easy to cultivate in confined spaces. What’s not to love? Learn how to grow them week by week below.
You can make your own potting mix using the following formula:
HOW LONG DO AUTOFLOWERS TAKE FROM SEED TO HARVEST?
Follow the fail-safe week-by-week grow guide below for a quick and easy route to harvest time. We cover all of the parameters and variables you need to consider—at the correct times—to ensure your plants remain healthy, vigorous, and productive.
Next, poke a 10–15mm hole into a pot with your soil mix. Sow your seed directly into its final pot to avoid the stress of repotting later down the line. Transplanting causes plants to go into shock, and autoflowers grow so fast that they’ll struggle to recover. Place a seed in the hole and cover lightly with soil. You’ll see your seedling emerge in the next few days.
Well, yes. One of the most common methods used by cannabis growers is the germination of cannabis seeds in water. It is a straightforward method, and it is difficult to find problems with seed germination after following it.
Not only the temperature, but the water on which the seeds feed is also essential for high quality and fast germination.
Now you know all about the germination of autoflowering hemp seeds, but these procedures can also be applied to feminized and regular seeds.
Here are the main steps of this procedure:
The germination process is the same for feminized or regular plants. Growers only treat them a different way after the shoots are starting to grow.
The differences lie solely in the fact that the growth of self-flowering cannabis plants, and their flowering, are much faster than other types, and that the flowers grow and ripen spontaneously regardless of the amount of light/darkness received by the plant.
As with other types of marijuana seeds, self-flowering feminized seeds begin to germinate after 2 to 4 days, from the time the grower plants them. For the germination process to be successful, it is necessary to keep the seeds in the dark and to maintain the right temperature in the growing environment.