How to Grow Marijuana (Step-By-Step) Week Three



NOTICE: All plants used in video contain ZERO THC. Some plants shown were either cadaver (artificial) or Kenaf. Want to learn how to grow marijuana?

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  2. That is way to long for them to only be that big. Alot of this process is totally unnecessary. Anyone want to learn how to grow weed go check out mr. Canucks he will teach you how to grow some the best or I could show you. To the poster of the video, it's been a year since this and I hope by now you stepped it up.

  3. The amount of money and time this guy is wasting is unreal! Not gonna go into it cause theres too many things you could do better but just put your seed directly into your medium in a large container instead of wasting time with the little pots, also I'm pretty sure PH of 'roughly 7' is wrong shouldn't it be just under 7 like 6.8 or something like that?

  4. Terible start for your plants… the roots could have bin zo much deeper in the soil if they havent bin in such rediculess small containers this slows down the growth very much. And streching hormones wil for ever have a negative influence on the entire growth of these plants and you dont even need high humidity with seedlings. If my plants would look like these I trow them away cause they will never become a plant I would be proud off.
    My own plants are in week 3 just a vew cm in hight and 10 or even more cm in width. They never grow taller than 50cm in total and harvests above 1,5gram per Watt.

  5. so stretching occurs even in those heat tanks? I'm assuming stretching is pretty much natural than because obviously plants are going to want to get close to a light source. for those fallen over ones its because there wasn't enough airflow going inside the tank.

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