It sure is! Federally it is legal to grow 4 plants per household. Be sure to check with your provincial laws though! Some provinces haven't okay'd this and home growing is not legal provincially.
You can grow 4 plants per household!
Whether you're growing indoor or outdoor what you need is simple:
Seed or Clone Light Soil Clean Water Plant Food Some accessories And love
Anywhere. Anytime. Just need light and soil.
Our small HighDroGro tent kit requires approximately 4’ by 2’ and our larger one requires approximately 5’ by 3’.
No way! While growing using hydroponics is definitely one option, we encourage beginner growers to use soil with the right blend of nutrients and plant food to grow their plants.
There are 3 types of strains you can grow: Sativa (awake), Indica (sleepy - think "In-Dah-Couch"), Hybrid (you'll coast). You can also choose to grow from an autoflower seed (the plant just knows what to do).
It's important to consider your growing conditions. Are you growing indoor or outdoor? If you're growing outdoor there are better strains for different climates. Autoflower seeds are a great option for a beginner grower, as your plant will automatically flower once it's ready - no work required on your end!
The stages of growing your plant are known as the plants life cycle. The life cycle of your plant is as follows:
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While this depends on many factors, the average growth time is approximately 12 weeks before you can harvest your plant.
Both are easy and both methods have pros and cons! Growing from a clone can save you up to 30 days in your plants growth cycle.
The first step is to germinate your seed. There are a few simple methods:
The paper towel method: place your seed between two damp cloths on a plate with a plate placed overtop. Make sure to keep your paper towel damp but you don't want to soak it. A taproot should sprout in roughly 1-7 days.
The cup of water method: Fill a cup full of distilled/filtered water. Place the seed in the cup. You should see a taproot sprout in approximately 3-5 days.
In soil/compost: This is a commonly used method, but it takes the longest to see growth. You should see a seedling sprout through the soil in 4-10 days.
If you're using the paper towel method or cup of water, once that taproot has sprouted it's time to plant it in your soil. Be sure to use seedling mix since you don't want to overwhelm your plant with too many nutrients. Poke a hole in your soil about an inch down and place your seed with your taproot facing down. Cover it with soil and wait! P.s. don't forget to water it (with clean water)!
Once you've cut your clone from your plant you immediately want to dip the cut end into rooting hormone. From there you can decide if you want to put your clone directly into seedling soil or a rockwool cube.
There are a few visual signs to tell you when it's time to transplant your seedling:
When there are at least 4 leaves that have sprouted When the root system is visible through the bottom of the pot/seedling cup
For beginner growers we recommend growing in BudMud SuperPot which is an organic living soil. All you have to do is add water! How simple is that.
You can use any type of container as long as it has good drainage!
When growing indoors this depends where your plant is in its life cycle:
Vegetative: 16 hours of light and 8 hours of darkness
Flower: 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness
When growing outdoors you're relying on mother nature to kick your plant into the next cycle of its life!
We recommend using LED grow lights. The more wattage = the bigger the yield.
The timer provided in your grow kit will manage the light cycle of your plant for you. During your plants vegetative cycle, it requires 16 hours of light and 8 hours of darkness. For the first few weeks, your plant requires no red light. During your plants flowering stage, it will require 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness.
If the top inch of your soil is dry, it's a good sign it's time to water!
Think about your water as the vessel to get the plants nutrients from the root of the plant to the tips of the leaves. Pure water allows you to add in the nutrients that your plant requires. Tap water has elements in it that can affect the growth of your plant.
Cannabis plants are only able to take up nutrients in a small pH range. If the pH of your grow medium is not within that range, then your plants will be unable to take in nutrients. Cannabis plants typically like a pH range between 6 and 7.
The female plant produces the bud that we love to consume.
The male plant also known as hemp, carries the pollen to pollinate the female plant which would then cause her to produce seeds in the bud to reproduce.
When purchasing from a cannabis licensed retailer it is guaranteed that the seeds will be female.
If someone gives you seeds from their plant you may receive female or male seeds. Your plant will need to be in the vegetative cycle for a few weeks before it starts to show any visual signs.
A key difference is that your male plant will produce sacks at the nodes of the plant.
You'll know when your plant is ready to harvest when the majority of the pistils on the bud turn from white to an amber/orange colour.
Your plants will produce minimal, if any, odours while in their vegetative stage. Once the plant starts flowering, the odours will become more apparent. However, the built-in carbon filter fan in your grow tent helps to remove most odours so there is relatively no smell.
A grow kit includes all the essential materials you need to start growing your own cannabis at home! It is a self-contained space that includes a grow tent, a grow light, circulation fans, proper ventilation, carbon filter and all other essential accessories.
A grow kit is ideal for beginner growers, as well as experts who want to grow plants indoors. A grow kit provides a controlled environment for your plants to flourish!
Assembling a grow kit is designed to be easy. Each grow kit comes with easy to follow instructions, including video instructions online.
Grow Kits are meant to simplify the process of growing your plants indoors. Once you have your grow kit setup and you begin growing your plant, there is very little maintenance. The LED light will be on an auto-timer so you will only have to worry about a watering schedule and providing your plant with the proper nutrients and plant food to flourish.
I Think Something's Wrong!
There are a number of reasons your seed didn't crack open and start growing a healthy taproot:
Temperature: It's possible the room your seeds are in became too warm or too cold. The ideal temperate is 21-32 degrees Celsius. If it's cooler your seeds could take longer to sprout and if it's warmer the higher temp can alter the chemistry of the seed and interrupt or corrupt the process. Moisture: Did you forget to check your seed for a day or two while using the paper towel method? That's okay, but letting the environment dry out will stop the germination process. The quality of water could be another factor. Make sure you're using pure water! Darkness: If using the paper towel or cup-of-water method it's important to keep that little seed in a dark environment. Think about if you plant a seed directly into soil, the plants roots are in a dark, warm, damp environment. You're just simulating this for your little seed to crack. Insufficient Soaking Time: Be patient! We can't rush mother nature. If after 14 days you don't see any sign of a taproot, your seeds are probably no good and it's time to try some new ones. Old Seeds: If you've purchased your seeds through a Licensed Cannabis Retail Store you won't have to worry about this. If you were gifted some seeds from a friend, there's a chance they could just be too old. Seeds typically last 3 years, however, it depends on the environment the seeds were stored in. Contamination: If you handled your seeds with your bare hands while you prepared them for germination, it’s possible they were damaged or affected by the oils or other contaminates. To be safe, try to touch your seeds only with tweezers or sanitary gloves, or wash your hands with a non-toxic soap before you begin.
This is a loaded question and could be a number of reasons. Some factors that can turn your leaves yellow are:
pH is too high or low at the roots Poor watering practices Nitrogen deficiency Light (sun) burn Temperature Problems (heat stress or cold shock) Magnesium deficiency Iron deficiency Not enough light (for seedlings) Bud rot
It almost always means you are over or under watering your plant! If your soil dries in 1 day or less, give it more water at a time. If it takes 3 days or more to dry, give it less water at a time.
Fungus gnats larva grows in wet soil, and they will appear when the soil stays wet for too long between watering. If you let the top inch of your soil dry out between watering, fungus gnats often naturally go away on their own. You can also place yellow sticky traps in your grow area. Fungus gnats love the colour yellow so they will fly to it which will reduce the infestation and help prevent further damage to your plant.
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Please note, we do not process returns at store level. You may exchange any online order for another item.
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