For most small-scale indoor growing setups, finding ways to increase the amount of light getting to the bud sites throughout the flowering stage is the most straightforward and effective way to increase your final yields.
Now that you’ve learned how to provide the best environment and growing conditions for your cannabis plant to produce the biggest yields indoors, there’s one last thing you must do to ensure the highest yields possible…
With both techniques, you remove some of the growth on the end of the main cola of your young cannabis plant, which causes the plant to stop focusing on one cola (like a Christmas tree) and instead to create many bud-laden colas (grow a sea of buds).
Lowering overall nutrient levels and letting the leaves yellow and die as harvest approaches has seemed to improve my bud yields compared to when I use full levels of nutrients until harvest, and it also seems to improve the final taste & smell of buds.
Growers often refer to nutrients as “food” for your plants. When you talk about it that way, it intuitively seems like giving more “food” would result in bigger buds, but is that really the case?
In order to grow dense cannabis buds indoors, you need strong grow lights
As a general rule of thumb…
Now when it comes to plant training, there are lots of methods that involve actually cutting your plant, or removing stems and/or leaves.
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Almost all indoor growers want bigger cannabis yields for less money, time and effort. Today I will cover 5 easy ways to increase your indoor marijuana yields at harvest time, no matter which…