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Growing your own marijuana is a rewarding hobby. It’s also a great way to save money since you can grow the best strains of cannabis and consume them at home instead of buying them from dispensaries.

But growing weed easily becomes a chore when you have to deal with inefficient equipment or setups. That’s why it’s important to upgrade your lights and consider other factors when growing your own marijuana.

Upgrade Grow Lights

Light is essential for plant growth and development, as well as photosynthesis; the process through which plants convert light energy into chemical energy.

Without light, marijuana plants won’t grow properly, and they won’t produce buds that are ripe with THC and other cannabinoids. The best type of lights for growing marijuana are LED and Fluorescent lights as they tend to last longer and are more energy-efficient. Upgrade to these lights so your plants can grow well.

Marijuana Grow Lights

A grow light is a specialized type of light that’s designed for growing plants indoors. It helps you achieve better results compared to using traditional lighting fixtures. You might be wondering what makes these lights so special and why they should be a part of your home-growing setup. Here are some benefits to consider:

Grow lights are energy efficient; They don’t use much energy compared to other types of lighting fixtures, and this translates into lower electricity bills for you. Since they don’t consume much power, they’re also more durable than other types of lights as well.

Grow lights help you control the growth process more effectively because they allow you to adjust the amount of light being emitted by bulbs at any given time, depending on which stage the plant is currently in vegetative or flowering. 

This means that no matter what stage your plant is in at any given time, it will receive just enough light for optimal growth without being over-or under-exposed to harmful UV rays from sunlight.

Temperature

Marijuana prefers temperatures around 70°F or higher during its vegetative phase and around 65°F during its flowering phase. If your temperature drops below these levels, your plant will not grow properly or at all at times.

 So make sure that you keep an eye on the temperature in your grow room so that it doesn’t get too cold or hot. I would suggest using a thermometer to monitor the temperature inside your grow area or room.

You should also make sure that there is enough ventilation and air circulation so that the temperatures do not get too high in your grow room.

Space

The other thing to consider when growing your own marijuana is the amount of space that you have. This is important because some strains can be quite large and require lots of space, while others are much smaller.

 It also depends on how many plants you want to grow at once, as each strain will require different amounts of space. Some strains can be grown with just one square foot per plant, whereas other strains will need around three square feet per plant.

Humidity

If you’ve ever grown marijuana before, you know that humidity is a vital part of the process. The right amount of humidity in your grow room will ensure that the plants are growing at their best. However, too much or too little humidity can be detrimental to your plants.

How Much Is Too Much?

If you have too much humidity in your grow room, it can lead to mold and mildew growth, which can ruin your entire crop and put your health at risk. It also makes it difficult for your plants to breathe properly, and they may develop root rot as well as other issues like lower yields and increased susceptibility to pests and diseases.

On the other hand, if there is too little humidity in your grow room, this can cause problems with transpiration; which is basically when water evaporates from the leaves of a plant into the air around them.

This causes the leaves on your plant to become dry and crispy, which makes them more susceptible to damage from pests or disease.

Humidity levels should be 30% to 45%. If they are higher than this, use a dehumidifier to reduce too much moisture in the air. If you live in a very dry area, it may be necessary to increase your humidity levels in order to get your plants to grow properly.

Watering Your Cannabis

Water is an essential part of growing marijuana and it is important to understand the role it plays in the growth process.

The amount of water you need to use depends on the size of your plants, but generally, growers will water their marijuana plants about every other day. This will help to keep your plants hydrated and healthy.

When watering your plants, make sure that you give them enough water so that it drains from the bottom of their pots. This helps prevent root rot and other problems caused by too much moisture at the roots.

Experience

If you’re new to growing marijuana and haven’t tried it yet, start with a small-scale test run before deciding whether or not it’s for you. You don’t want to invest lots of money into a larger operation only to discover that the time commitment is too much for you or that growing indoors isn’t feasible where you live.

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