Maintaining and Improving a Good Quality of Cannabis
Maintaining a good quality is a critical aspect of growing marijuana. Cultivators need to make sure that it has exceptional quality, especially if it is going to be used for medical purposes.
Maintaining a good quality is a critical aspect of growing marijuana. Cultivators need to make sure that it has exceptional quality, especially if it is going to be used for medical purposes. With that, the rest of this post will briefly tackle some of the steps that are necessary to be undertaken to ensure high-quality cannabis.
The truth is, you can successfully grow cannabis with very little effort, make a ton of mistakes, and still harvest buds that will do the job. But have you ever wondered how people grow truly top-shelf buds? The kind of bud that beats the marijuana you get in a dispensary?
4 Things to Consider in Maintaining and Improving the Quality of Your Cannabis Plant
A quick physical inspection is needed to ensure that the buds are free of insects, hair, contaminants, and other visible impurities that could affect its flavor and aroma. To ensure the best physical appearance, marijuana needs to be cultivated in a place with grow room air filtration. This will prevent mold and spores, among other problems.
Basics of Growing
Although a lot of growers don’t pay as much attention to what happens to plants after harvest. As during the grow itself, these 3 post-harvest factors determine almost 50% of your final bud appearance. Properly drying/curing also intensifies smell and increases bud potency!
One way to measure moisture is to weigh it first, place it in the oven, and weigh it again. This will determine the percentage of moisture that is present. Laboratories, on the other hand, use high-end machines to determine moisture content. In these tests, the moisture content of cannabis should range from 6% to 15%.
Some users use pesticides in using marijuana, but this should be avoided. When marijuana samples are tested, the results should show that pesticides are absent. Pesticides in weed can make people sick although that seldom happens. Nonetheless, it does not hurt to err on the side of caution, which is why weed should never contain pesticides.
A lot of mistakes that won’t kill your plant can often still damage the overall appearance of your buds, especially big problems that happen after the beginning of the flowering stage while buds are in the process of forming.
More importantly, too many problems during the flowering stage can reduce the maximum potency your plant can achieve!
So in order to get the best yields along with beautiful buds that sparkle in the light. You need to gain a complete understanding of the basics of growing. It’s also important to provide your plants with a good growing environment.