With the Cannabis Act of 2018, it’s now legal for Canadians to grow up to four marijuana plants per household. Here are 7 tips and tricks before growing weed.
Before you read about tricks and tips for growing weed, it is important to note that this is purely a beginner’s guide to aid in the growth of marijuana with soil as opposed to hydroponically. Long time cannabis growers may roll their eyes because to successfully grow marijuana some of these things are obvious. Additionally, all of these do’s and don’ts will vary depending on whether you’re growing outdoor or indoor.
This list is not exhaustive, there is a lot more work that goes into successfully growing marijuana. To get things rolling, ensure you have a plantation sizeable enough to allow the roots to spread without competition. Marijuana plants will grow larger depending on how much room their roots have.
To make sure you’re complying with all legal standards for growing, click this link to review the Cannabis Act in its entirety.
First and Foremost Tip for Growing Weed is to Acquire legally sourced seedlings
First and foremost, to legally grow in Canada you must, I repeat you must grow from seedlings and not from clones. The only place to acquire legal seeds is from licensed cannabis retailers in Canada. Growing from a seedling is a longer process than from clones, but hey it’s the way the weed pioneers did it so why not give it a try?