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no till cannabis gardening

Now that you have your curing area all set up, you will want to let your plants dry over a two week period. By doing so, you can preserve many of those tasty terpenes, which otherwise would be lost by a rapid dry. With the environment setup mentioned above, you should be well on your way to the perfect drying environment.

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  • 1 teaspoon Rootwise Mycrobe Complete per gallon of water (mixed into water)
  • 5 mL Rootwise Enzyme Elixir per gallon of water (mixed into water)
  • Sprinkle bokashi around the plant (usually only a couple of tablespoons)

Again, you will only add the above amounts once a week during this time and stop this schedule after week 8 is complete.
Now that you have your pots ready and plants transplanted into them, you will need to care for your cannabis plants to prepare them to go into flower. Whether you start your cannabis plants from seed or use clones, you’ll want to get your plants big enough to be flowered and strong enough to produce the scrumptiously delicious buds you’re looking to harvest too!
Light Schedule: 16 hours on and 8 hours off
Light Schedule: 18 hours on and 6 hours off
Light Schedule: 12 hours on and 12 hours off

For this first week, your plants are probably pretty small, especially if you started them from seed. Either way, you will want to take care of them accordingly.

Alright, alright, you’ve all been asking for this since we started publishing tips and tricks on growing cannabis, so here it is a full cycle calendar for growing cannabis our no till living soil way!