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Growing quality cannabis

The first step to producing quality bud is to start with high-quality seeds (or clones). It is a good idea to ask around in your area to determine who provides the best quality seeds and clones that you could start with to boost success.

Are You Harvest Ready?

Speaking of lighting, this is one of the most important aspects of growing (aside from temperature and nutrition) and plays an important role in both the size and speed of your grow, but also in the quality of the final harvest. Insufficient lighting will often result in low yields and poor quality bud. Common household light bulbs are not sufficient for cannabis plants, which thrive under LED and HID lighting in particular. If choosing LED, opt for full-spectrum grow lights as the wavelength can be adjusted to suit the needs of various grow cycles. These lights also have high efficiency and are low cost to run.

Growing quality bud is both a science and an art and can take years to master. That said, there are a few key factors that can influence your garden and make or break the yield of your grow – and the quality. Check out these 10 tips to grow high quality bud to help get you started off in the right direction!

Growing quality cannabis

Tribus Original is the perfect seedling to harvest cannabis growing products on the market today and it’s very versatile. Usage rates are 1 ml per gallon and with a price tag under $60 for a 250 ml bottle, and a little goes a long way. Because it consists of beneficial bacteria you really can’t overfeed your cannabis plants with it, and it creates stronger plants from the inside out. For best results apply it to your grow media at least once a week. Tribus is compatible with all grow media, including hydroponics and even field application.

If you aim to lower the temperature, you can do the following:

Prune Cannabis Properly

If you want to drop the humidity levels, perform these steps:

Lowering Humidity

Harvest time keeps growers excited, especially given all the efforts exerted to produce healthy and quality buds. However, cutting them too soon will defeat the purpose and waste all your hard work as the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content will be low. So, harvest them at the right time based on the following indications: