Too much water can cause root rot. Overwatering a plant happens when the soil does not dry enough between waterings. The excess water and moisture are heaven to certain fungi. When roots are suffocated by too much water, they become more susceptible to these fungal culprits. Hence, root rot.
When plants need water their leaves begin to droop. Novice growers can use this indicator to learn how much water their plants need, to become more responsive gardeners.
Here’s the finger technique for watering. We found this very helpful. Stick your finger into the soil up to your first knuckle. If the soil is dry in the first inch to inch-and-half, water. (This applies to medium-sized containers and above, sticking your finger in a small pot may damage the roots).
Trichomes are the glands that hold the majority of the THC we use. A gland is a part of an organism that holds a substance. Although strain may determine much, the stage in a trichomes development equally affects your bud's high, and harvesting at the right time is crucial for an outstanding product. When trichomes first appear, they are clear. After a few weeks, they turn a cloudy or milky color. At this stage, they give an energetic high. As the trichomes age, they turn amber. The more amber they are, the more of a couch lock high you will get from the buds. Most people tend to harvest when the trichomes are 70-80 percent milky and the rest amber, as this gives the perfect mixture of both highs.