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Cannabis Mistakes To Avoid When Bagging Seeds

There is nothing wrong with growing your own cannabis from marijuana seeds. However, if you aren't careful one or more of these mistakes can prevent you from getting the outcome you had in mind. Before you get started, make sure you are on track to the successful outcome rather than being derailed by disaster.

Make sure you have premium marijuana seeds to work with. You should only obtain them after you have researched the best strain of cannabis for your needs. What you want to use depends on your level of usage, why you want to use it, and the type of buzz you wish to get from it. Some strains are great for the brain and others are great for the body. There are also hybrids that offer benefits for both of them.

If your seeds aren't any good, they won't grow well. Too often, people assume they did something wrong. They didn't other than they didn't get their hands on great seeds to work from. Only get them from a reputable entity. Once you have success growing your own seeds, harvest seeds so you can use them for future planting.

Don't be tempted to touch the seeds with your bare hands. Doing so, even when they are only sprouting, can result in them dying due to bacteria and other problems. Use gloves or a paper towel to touch them. Not enough sunlight can hinder growth. Some strains of cannabis need 8 hours of light per day and others need 16. Make sure you get what they need. Don't harvest your plants too soon. The males will be ready first, but some people just assume not all their plants matured. The truth is the females will need several more weeks until they are ready to harvest the resin from them. Be patient and give them the time they need, it will pay off for you in the end.

Too much humidity can ruin your seeds before they have a chance to thrive. Make sure you have a dehumidifier in the room to take out any extra moisture. You also need to remove moisture from the leaves when you harvest the seeds. You can use a heater, put them in the oven on broil, or leave them on the counter to dry. If they don't dry completely, the cannabis can deteriorate rapidly rather than being used.

Don't advertise that you are growing marijuana seeds. Even if it is legal to grow cannabis where you live, you want to stay private about it. You don't want other people trying to get some from you. It can be hard to say no, but if you are caught selling or distributing then you can be in legal trouble.

You don't want to risk someone breaking into your home to steal your seeds or searching around your property to take them. Such theft is becoming increasingly common so the fewer people that have any idea about what you are doing the better.

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