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how to grow dank weed

How to grow dank weed

Maintain daytime temperatures around 65-80°F (18-26°C) in the flowering stage unless you’re using carbon dioxide which performs best at around 80-90°F (26°-32°C). Also, for the last two weeks before harvest., it’s best back down and bring the temps down to 65-80°F when using CO2.

This is yet another factor having to do with air quality – in addition to temperature and humidity as discussed above. Indoor growers will soon come to realize that air quality is an important aspect to producing high-quality buds. And if you want to create perfect air quality, good and proper air flow and ventilation are both essential.

3. Nutrients & Supplements to Increase Quality

When it comes to growing dank weed, you get out what you put in. Meaning? It’s best to start off with quality genetics to achieve the desired results. You can grow from bag seeds and regular seeds and have all the other factors in place but still be disappointed with your yield. However, if you use top-sourced genetics from the start, you’re almost guaranteed to grow the dankest of buds – given you follow the rest of these tips.

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4. Maintain Ideal Temperature and Humidity

Have you ever wondered how to grow top-shelf buds? The kind of bud that resonates quality, pungency and aromas to live for. If so, you’re in luck, because today you are going to learn how to consistently grow top-shelf, A-grade quality cannabis buds that knock the socks of your competitors.

How to grow dank weed

Potent, top-shelf bud requires these 5 things:

Unfortunately, this is a question that is very difficult to answer as it depends on the specific strain you’re growing, the area you’re growing in, and the size of the plant being grown (smaller plants need less light). The general rule to go with is “more is better”, and watch your plants to see how they react. In most cases, it’s hard to give your plants too much light unless you have a high powered LED or a 1000 watt HPS.

High Light Intensity

Great Bud Starts with Great Seeds!

In any case, growing cannabis from ‘bagseed’ is an easy way to lower your chances of growing great weed. In a best case scenario with bagseed, you’ll get a female seed as good as one from a seed bank. In a not-even-the-worst-case-scenario, you could get a male seed that grows a runt plant from a weak strain. Or even worse…it’s not even cannabis!

What's the first step in creating fat, potent, mind-blowing buds?

"Nirvana Aurora Indica is an F1 hybrid of Afghan and Northern Light. Its plants stay short, producing heavy colas and dense buds. This marijuana strain produces exceptional amounts of resin, resulting in a deep, near-black hash with a tasty aroma and a heavy buzz."

But what happens when you’re growing cannabis that makes gives it these desirable qualities?

A good way to keep moisture in the plant and keep it from drying too quickly is to trim the harvested branches after they’ve been dried. Having the extra leaves left on will cause the plant to dry slower since there is more actual plant to dry out.