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Beginner’s Guide to Growing Marijuana
This is a guide that I pulled off the net that puts everything in plain and simple English, and doesn’t go to deep into
advanced botany and gardening. I find this one to be the best guide out there.
Indoor Marijuana Cultivation
Growing marijuana indoors is fast becoming an American Pastime. The reasons are varied. With the increased
interest and experimentation in houseplant cultivation, it was inevitable that people would apply their knowledge of
plant care to growing marijuana. Many of those who occasionally like to light up a joint may find it difficult to
locate a source or are hesitant to deal with a perhaps unsavory element of society in procuring their grass. There is,
of course, the criminal aspect of buying or selling grass; Growing marijuana is just as illegal as buying, selling, or
smoking it, but growing is something you can do in the privacy of your own home without having to deal with
someone you don’t know or trust. The best reason for growing your own is the enjoyment you will get out of
watching those tiny little seeds you picked out of you stash sprout and become some of the most lovely and lush of
all house plants.
Anyone Can Do It
Even if you haven’t had any prior experience with growing plants in you home, you can have a successful crop of
marijuana by following the simple directions in this pamphlet. If you have had problems in the past with marijuana
cultivation, you may find the solutions in the following chapters. Growing a marijuana plant involves four basic
1. Get the seeds. If you don’t already have some, you can ask your friends to save you seeds out of any good grass
they may come across. You’ll find that lots of people already have a seed collection of some sort and are willing
to part with a few prime seeds in exchange for some of the finished product.
2. Germinate the seeds. You can simply drop a seed into moist soil, but by germinating the seeds first you can be
sure that the seed will indeed produce a plant. To germinate seeds, place a group of them between about six
moist paper towels, or in the pores of a moist sponge. Leave the towels or sponge moist but not soaking wet.
Some seeds will germinate in 24 hours while others may take several days or even a week.
3. Plant the sprouts. As soon as the seed cracks open and begin to sprout, place it on some moist soil and sprinkle a
little soil over the top of it.
4. Supply the plants with light. Fluorescent lights are the best. Hang the lights with two inches of the soil and after
the plants appear above the ground, continue to keep the lights with two inches of the plants. It is as easy as
that. If you follow those four steps you will grow a marijuana plant. To ensure prime quality and the highest
yield in the shortest time period, however, a few details are necessary.
Your prime concern, after choosing high quality seeds, is the soil. Use the best soil you can get. Scrimping on
the soil doesn’t pay off in the long run. If you use non-sterilized soil you will almost certainly find parasites in it,
probably after it is too late to transplant your marijuana. You can find excellent soil for sale at your local plant shop
or nursery, K-Mart, Wal-Mart, and even some grocery stores. The soil you use should have these properties for the
best possible results:
1. It should drain well. That is, it should have some sand in it and also some sponge rock or pearlite.
2. The pH should be between 6.5 and 7.5 since marijuana does not do well in acidic soil. High acidity in soil
encourages the plant to be predominantly male, an undesirable trait.
3. The soil should also contain humus for retaining moisture and nutrients.
If you want to make your own soil mixture, you can use this recipe: Mix two parts moss with one part sand and one
part pearlite or sponge rock to each four gallons of soil. Test your soil for pH with litmus paper or with a soil testing
as to make the concentrations on the two sides more nearly equal.
Paraquat: A defoliant used to kill the cannabis plant around the world.
Parasite: An organism living on or in another living organism (host)
and obtaining its food from the latter.
Pathogen: An entity that can incite disease.
Peat moss: The partially decomposed remains of various mosses. Used
as a substrate.
Peduncle: The stalk of a flower or of a flower cluster.
Perennial: Living for more than two years or growing seasons.
Perianth: The floral envelopes; collectively the calyx and corolla,
especially when they are alike.
Perlite: A form of obsidian consisting of vitreous globules expandable
by heating and used for insulation but in our case it is used as a plant
Petiole: Leaf stalk.
pH: The pH is a measure of the acidity of a solution.
Photoperiod: The timed amount of light that a plant receives.
Photosynthesis: The chemical process in plants in which carbon
dioxide and water are converted into glucose by the influence of light
Phototropism: The inclination, which plants have, to grow towards
Phyllotaxy: How leaves are arranged on a branch or stem.
Pinching: Using the thumb and forefinger to lightly crush a branch or
stem which promotes further branching and causes the plant to bush
Pistil: The ovule-bearing organ of a flower.
Pollen: The male gametes or microspores of a seed plant, produced as
a fine granular or powdery substance in the anthers of a flower or the
male cone of a gymnosperm and usu. transported by wind or insects.
Pollinate: Convey pollen to or deposit pollen on a stigma, an ovule, a
flower, a plant and so allow fertilization.
Pot: Another term for cannabis.
Potency: The strength of the cannabis drug. Usually measured by the
THC levels in a plant.
Predator: A predator is an insect or animal that feeds off other
animals, insects or plants.
Pruning: The cutting and trimming of plants to remove dead or injured
wood, or to control and direct the new growth of a plant.
Red light: Usually refers to a Sodium based light (HPS).
Reefer : Another term used for dried cannabis. Specifically a cannabis
Resistance: The ability of an organism to exclude or overcome a
rH: Abbreviation for relative humidity. The relative humidity is
expressed in a percentage and measured with a hygrometer.
Roach : A filter for a cannabis cigarette.
Root ball: The network of roots along with the attached soil of any
Root bound: A condition that exists when a potted plant has outgrown
Roots: The colorless underground, part of a vascular plant which
serves to anchor it and convey nourishment.
Rot: Rot is the disintegration, discoloration, and decomposition of
Rust: Rust is a plant disease that gives a "rusty" appearance to an
infected surface of the plant.
Sativa: A species of cannabis plant.
Scorch: Scorch is the burning or drying and b
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