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Growing Marijuana Indoors Guide


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Marijuana adapts well to indoor conditions. You can grow it in sunny rooms or with artificial light. The factor limiting the rate of growth indoors is often the amount of light, since it is less a problem to supply the plants with plenty of water, nutrients, and air.

Natural light is free. If feasible to use, natural light eliminates the most expensive components for indoor gardeners: artificial lights and the electricity they use. Window light is the easiest way to grow plants for decorative purposes or for a small crop. On the other hand, a greenhouse, sunporch, or particularly sunny room can support larger plants than most artificial light systems. A sunny porch or roof area enclosed in sheet plastic to form a greenhouse is a simple, inexpensive way to grow pounds of grass.

Cannabis grows into a fully formed bush when it receives a minimum of five hours of sunlight a day. But you can grow good-sized plants of excellent quality with as little as two hours of daily sunlight provided windows are unobstructed by buildings or trees and allow full daylight. Windows facing south usually get the most light, followed by windows facing east and west (north-facing windows seldom get any sun). Use the location with the longest period of sunlight. The corner of a room or alcoves with windows facing in two or three directions are often very bright. Skylights are another good source of bright, unobstructed light.

Some growers supplement natural light with artificial light from incandescent or fluorescent fixtures. This is essential during the winter, when sunlight is weaker than the summer, and in spaces where the plants get little direct sunlight. Artificial lights can also be used to lengthen the natural photoperiod in order to grow plants all year.

The best time to plant using natural light is in late March or April, when the sun's intensity and the number of hours of daylight are increasing. Cleaning windows dramatically increases the amount of light, especially in cities where grime collects quickly. Paint walls adjacent to windows a flat white or cover them and the floor with aluminium foil to reflect light to the plants. Place young plants on shelves, blocks, or tables to bring them up to the light. Position the plants as close to the windows as possible. Insulate germinating plants from freezing winter drafts by stapling clear sheets of polyethylene film to the window frame.

The main problem with marijuana in windows is that it may be seen by unfriendly people. This won't be a problem at first, but when the plants grow larger, they are easily recognized. You could cover the windows with mesh curtains, rice paper, polyethylene plastic or other translucent materials to obscure the plants. A strip covering the lower part of the window may be enough to conceal the plants from outsiders.

Most of you will want the garden completely hidden. Some gardeners opt for closets, basements, attics - even under loft beds. They cover the windows if the garden is visible and grow the plants entirely with artificial light.

The amount of light you provide is what determine the garden's size - the amount of soil, number and eventual size of the plants, and the overall yield. Since light is the factor on which you base the planning of your garden, let's begin with artificial light.


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