6 Tips for Successful Greenhouse Cannabis Growing

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Growing cannabis in a greenhouse is becoming an increasingly popular option for cultivators. There are many advantages to growing your cannabis in a greenhouse as opposed to a grow room, although each way of growing cannabis has its own challenges too.

 

However, greenhouse growing is a great way to be self-sufficient in producing your own medicine, even if you’re only after a small quantity. By following some basic rules in greenhouse growing, provided that you have good quality seeds, you can succeed in getting a great harvest. Greenhouses are efficient in offering your cannabis plants protection from harsh weather while allowing you to monitor growth.

 

Best of all, greenhouse growing can be affordable especially if you live in the right climates. There isn’t much need for electric supply, special equipment, or expert experience.

 

Here are the tips you should follow for successful cannabis greenhouse growing:

 

Before the start of each season, make sure that you clean your greenhouse well. Get rid of any garden waste inside, and wash the glass thoroughly. You can even use your family greenhouse to yield a year’s supply of cannabis. Keeping it clean will ensure that it keeps good growing conditions for your cannabis plants. It’s also necessary that your greenhouse receives as much natural sunlight as possible. Reduce visibility. You don’t want your neighbors to see that you are growing cannabis plants to avoid troubles down the road. With the help of basic garden netting or fencing, as well as some companion plants, you can succeed in camouflaging your cannabis grow. There is also the option of “white washing” your greenhouse through the use of white paint which has the added benefit of preventing your greenhouse from overheating during the summer. White paint inside the greenhouse at the start of growing season will ensure complete privacy while protecting your plants from extreme heat especially during the summer months. Make the most out of your soil. You may choose to use high-grade compost to replace all your soil, or just add some organic fertilizer or manure to nourish your soil. Before you start greenhouse growing, you may want to check the pH levels and soil quality before deciding on methods to improve your soil. The less time you spend on maximizing your soil, the better your chances are in growing quality cannabis plants that yield big harvests with potent cannabis buds. Protect your plants from pests such as snails and slugs. You can use pellets that have been designed to protect plants from these pests. Copper collars or rings can also be placed on the base of your plant to prevent them from attack. Decide if you want to grow in a container or directly into the ground. The most popular method for greenhouse growers is to choose growing cannabis in the soil, because the advantage is that it provides your plants unlimited root growth. It also lets you grow plants that are as high and wide as 3 meters, which can yield over 1 kilogram of cannabis from just one plant. If you don’t have this kind of space or flexibility, you can also use containers in a greenhouse which lets you move the plants around as necessary. The main challenge in container growing is having to constantly feed and water your plants since growing them directly in the soil is a lower maintenance option. No matter which option you choose, keep in mind that when it’s extra hot, it’s necessary to ensure your cannabis plants receive adequate water and feed because this is when they need it the most. Greenhouse growers typically add feed to the watering to save time and effort, while giving you peace of mind that your plants have the nutrients they need to produce massive yields. Use the best seeds possible. You don’t have to break the bank to obtain good quality seeds; it will reward you handsomely when you compare it to the harvest you’ll get. Choose varieties that grow well in greenhouses, especially autoflowering seeds.

 

 

Growing your own cannabis in a greenhouse is a rewarding and fulfilling activity. However, you have to invest time and energy to ensure that it’s done right. You can even grow high-grade, top-shelf cannabis in a greenhouse with minimal effort provided you ensure the conditions are correct.

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