The ideal pH for marijuana ranges from about 6-7. If your pH is too high or too low, your plants will have trouble taking in nutrients. pH is the rating for how acidic or not your water is. This affects your soil and also your plant.
It's all about the roots. Make sure to get a well-aerated soil or growing medium (stuff to grow in) since roots need to breathe.
We are advocates of pruning your plants. But we’ve also noticed that some strains do not like it as much as others. Autoflowers do not like it at all.
Clones are rooted cuttings that are genetically identical to the plant they were taken from. Growing a room full of identical plants can be good for number of reasons, such as producing one genotype consistently for medical purposes or growing commercially for yield and quality.
Clones available. Please inquire by phone or email.
Cannabis plants grown from seed produce a taproot. Cloned plants simply cannot; they produce a fibrous root system only. Taproots firmly anchor the plant into the ground, extending into the soil to find nutrients. Most outdoor plants are grown from seed for this reason.