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Growing regular cannabis seeds indoors
Contrary to popular belief, growing regular marijuana seeds (in which we find male and female plants) isn?t more difficult than growing feminized seeds. They are accessible for everyone, also for beginners. Until early 2000, everybody learned to grow marijuana using regular seeds and the selection of female and male plants was just another step of the grow, something fast and simple to realize, such as the germination process or switching the photoperiod.
Conspiracy Kush from TGA Subcool
Naturally, 50% of the regular seeds are males and the other 50% are female plants. Of course, several factors can alter this ratio, but if using more than 10 seeds it’s almost impossible not getting a single female plant (the chances of getting 10 males out of 10 seeds is lower than 1:1000). Some people think that environmental conditions might influence on this male / female ratio (good conditions usually bring more females), but this theory hasn’t been verified in a rigorous way yet.
So, generally we recommend you to germinate 15 or 16 regular marijuana seeds for every square meter in small flowerpots. Grow them for few weeks and then switch to bloom, right before removing the males and transplanting the female marijuana plants into the definitive containers. Normally, we use 6-10 plants per square meter during the flowering stage.
In this article we will show you a grow report of 16 regular seeds using a 90 x 90 cm (or 81 m2) grow tent. The crop took around 3 months (from early October until late December). We gave our plants a growth period of 3 weeks and, approximately, 10 weeks of flowering.
Equipment for the crop, nutrients and marijuana strains
This indoor crop was performed in a DarkRoom V2 90 grow tent, with a 400W HPS bulb for the flowering phase. We used organic nutritients from the following brands: Aptus, General Organics, BAC and Cannabiogen:
- Growth Fertiliser: Bio Thrive Grow (General Organics)
- Bloom Fertiliser: Organic PK Booster (BAC)
- Growth Stimulator: Start Booster (Aptus)
- Bloom Stimulator: Top Booster (Aptus)
- Regulator (Aptus)
- Delta 9 (Cannabiogen)
Feeding chart for this crop
The beneficial fungus Trichoderma Harzianum, which grows in symbiosis with the roots of the marijuana plant, was used in each watering throughout the crop. We would like to stress the importance of using Trichoderma from seedling and also after each transplant. Trichoderma allows you to protect the roots from attacks of fungal pathogens and improve the nutrient uptake by the roots.
The Organic PK Booster from BAC contains P&K (Phosphorus and Potassium), as well as Nitrogen (N) and all the essential micronutrients needed by the plants, so it?s possible to use it as complete organic flowering fertiliser for your marijuana plants. It also contains sugars (molasses) and other interesting natural ingredients.
We used Light Mix with a bit of Bio Super Mix to enrich the soil composition. The chosen cannabis strains to grow were:
- 8 regular seeds of Conspiracy Kush from TGA Subcool, a mostly Indica cross between Obama Kush and Space Queen.
- 8 regular seeds of 818 Headband from The Cali Connection, a hybrid of Sour Diesel and OG Kush, two famous geneticsfrom USA.
Germination of cannabis seeds
16 marijuana seeds were set to germinate between two dishes, using paper towels moisturized with water and Trichoderma.
Germination of cannabis seeds
You should make use of the microbial life as soon as possible so that the symbiosis will be effective from the beginning and the small radicle is protected against the attacks of fungi and diseases such as the Phytium or wilting. Normally, it will be possible to observe the development of the Trichodermas on the roots.
Keeping the temperature between 20 and 25° C, 100% of the seeds sprouted within 48 hours. They were planted into 3 litre pots during approximately 3 weeks of growth. It?s possible to use smaller plant pots during the first days of the plant’s life to create a more dense and effective root system.
Seedlings beginning their life
Growth of cannabis plants
From the beginning of the growth period we could observe traces of thrips in the youngest leaves, noticing the silver dots typical of this pest. We soon used a treatment using biological insecticides, spraying the plants with this mixture:
- Azaprot (Neem Oil) 2 ml/L
- Pireprot (Crisanthenum Pyrethrum Extracts) 2 ml/L
- Cinnaprot (Cinnamon extract) 2 ml/L
- Alliumprot (Garlic slurry) 6 ml/L
If you want, you can replace the Azaprot, Pireprot and Cinnaprot from Ecoprotec for Trabe’s Ain THC, Expelex and Bio Fungi C Grow.
Cannabis plants after 6 days of growth
Generally, when using natural insecticides, we recommend mixing different active ingredients to prevent insects, diseases or mites, thus improving the plant resistance from the start. This mixture allows you to fight with natural methods against a great diversity of insects and mites, using it either as preventive or to erradicate pests.
Cannabis plants after 12 days of growth
During the second week of growth, we stimulate the vigour of the plants spraying 5 ml/L of Delta 9 from Cannabiogen, a product rich in vitamins, amino acids and nutrients. After around 15 days since the beginning of the plants life, we start adding growth fertiliser (Bio Thrive) to the nutrient solution, gradually increasing the dose while looking for nutrient excesses.
Cannabis plants after 16 days of growth
During the last week of growth (3rd week), we apply another insecticide treatment before switching to bloom. At this point, we prune the tops of the plants to keep their vertical growth under control, what will also be beneficial for the development of side branches.
Cannabis plants after 21 days
During this growth period, the temperature varied between 22 and 31 ° C, while the humidity level was between 40 and 70%. At early Autumn the weather can be really hot in Spain, and the humidity level raised as the plants grew.
Pre-flowering of cannabis plants (weeks 1 and 2 of flowering)
The growing space was full and it was time to switch our plants into the flowering phase, reducing the growth photoperiod – 18 hours of light per day (18/6) – to 12 hours of light per day (12/12).
We divide the flowering stage in three consecutive phases, and each phase must be performed perfectly to ensure a good harvest. These phases are: the stretch, the bud development and the final ripening of the plants, the last stage before the harvest of marijuana plants.
When we switch to 12/12, the stretch period begins and plants grow notably until reaching their final height, a phenomenon comparable to the adolescence of humans. During this period, cropping the branches of the higher plants – trying to keep them as uniform in height as possible- is advised.
Cannabis plants after 4 days into flowering
While marijuana plants are normally very vigorous and very resistant during the flowering period, this is a crucial moment for them and the grower should take care of their needs properly: if you don’t look after your plants during this stage, you will take the risk of creating a jungle very difficult to control once in full bloom, especially when working with different genetics.
The watering and feeding needs (especially Nitrogen) must be accurately met during the stretch of plants, so we must pay close attention to prevent any drought or deficiency which would slow down the overall plant development. During the transition to flowering, we used again Delta 9 from Cannabiogen (via foliar), to help and stimulate the plant metabolism during this important stage.
Cannabis plants after 8 days into flowering
Few days after switching to 12/12, we could already identify the female plants for the two pistils (white hairs) that develop on the internodes of the branches, so we could easily identify and remove the male plants, which develop very different flowers, shaped like small clusters or sacks.
In this crop, we got the following number of males and females:
- Conspiracy Kush: 7 female plants, 1 male plant
- 818 Headband: 3 female plants, 5 male plants
Thus, we had 10 female plants to flower, which were quickly transplanted into 7 litre pots. We pruned the lower parts of the plants to favour the top parts, which are more exposed to the light. These small branches were rooted as cuttings in a small propagator (during the growth cycle, 18/6), so we could keep an exact copy of each grown female.
After the harvest, the tasting will allow us to choose the best female according to our criteria (taste, smell, effect, yield, resin production, resistance to pests, etc.) and keep them as mother plants, so we can grow the same plant again and always with the same traits. Indeed, regular seeds are the perfect option for selecting mother plants.
Cannabis plants after 15 days into flowering
Right after the end of the stretch, all plants were treated for the last time with a biological insecticide. If you want to make your own regular seeds, you can also select and keep the best males in a separate space. If you don’t want to make seeds, then you should remove them as soon as you identify them to avoid that they release their pollen and get your plants seeded.
During the stretch the temperature ranged from 21ºC to 28ºC and the humidity level was between 40% and 60%.
Cannabis plants in full bloom (3rd and 4th weeks)
As soon as we see that our plants are starting to develop buds we can stop using growth fertiliser and root stimulators, which will be replaced for nutrients and boosters formulated for the flowering stage.
Cannabis plants after 3 weeks into flowering
A third and last application of Delta 9 will stimulate the metabolism of the plants for the next weeks. The stretch phase has finished, except for one 818 Headband from The Cali Connection plant that keeps on growing. We continue cropping it regularly and place it on a corner of the growing space.
The flowering was slowed down due to low temperatures, so we added heat cables around the pots: the roots of cannabis plants are sensitive to cold and we must warm them if necessary. Just like us, marijuana doesn?t like cold feet. We decrease the potency of the extraction fan with the help of a power controller to keep the heat produced by the lamp in the growing space.
After these changes, the temperature ranged from 12 °C (light off) to 20 °C (light on) and humidity ranged between 50% and 70%.
Cannabis plants after 4 weeks into flowering
At this stage of bloom the buds are beginning to develop a considerable amount of resin, and the smell is more and more intense, so using carbon filters is advised if you want a discreet crop.
Peak of flowering (5th and 6th weeks)
At this moment, the Conspiracy Kush plants from TGA develop beautiful bluish colors favoured by the low temperatures during the night periods. We keep on using our feeding schedule and any plant shows symptoms of deficiencies during this stage, in which the buds fatten up day by day.
Conspiracy Kush after 35 days into flowering
Once into flowering, marijuana plants need very little maintenance, but we should look with diligence for the presence of insects, mites, fungi, deficiencies and excesses or hermaphrodite plants.
At this point, the temperature ranged from 14 to 25° C and the humidity from 50 to 70%. In some Conspiracy Kush phenotypes the resin production was excellent, as well as the superb scents released by the more resinous plants.
41 days into flowering, we start flushing the roots (weeks 7 and 8)
Flushing the roots of cannabis plants (7th and 8th weeks)
The dosages of the nutrients and boosters used have been progressively reduced so that washing the roots of the plants is performed more progressively and effectively. The plants will now use the nutrient reserves they’ve kept in their tissues, principally in the leaves but also in other parts of the plant. Flushing the roots highly improves all the aspects of the final product, improving both the organoleptic features and its medicinal properties.
47 days into flowering
At this stage, the buds stop growing; the plants start their ripening process, the last stage of the flowering period; the flowers develop more and more terpenes and trichomes. During this period, the temperature ranged between 14 and 25 °C with a humidity level from 50 to 70 %.
54 days into flowering
End of flushing and harvest (9th and 10th weeks)
During the end of the flowering satge, when plants come to the end of their life cycle, we will use only water – without fertilisers – to perform a more rigorous root flushing. The chlorophyll breaks down and the plants lose their green colour: if carotenoids predominate, the plant will turn into yellow colors, but if the anthocyanins dominate – a natural pigment present in blue varieties which appears due to low temperatures as a protection from the cold) the marijuana plants will turn into a beautiful purple/bluish colour.
9th week into flowering
During this period it?s also important to be patient and to observe the resin glands on the buds, waiting for the ideal moment to harvest our plants. Normally, we will harvest them when most the resin glands are white/milky and only few amber trichomes are present, a sign that THC is starting to degrade into CBN, a cannabinoid which has only 10% of the psychoactive effect of THC.
The temperature ranged from 14 to 25 °C and the humidity from 50 to 70 %. The smell of the plants is amazing, constantly producing the aromatic terpenes typical of cannabis plants.
70 days into flowering, plants are ready to harvest
Drying and curing cannabis buds
During the harvest, each plant was carefully examined looking for molds. Fortunately, and despite having a relative humidity rather high during the bloom phase, any plant was attacked by fungi. A good ventilation, and the regular use of Trichoderma during the growth stage greatly helped to avoid the risk of mold on the buds, which often start growing in the substrate.
We discovered few male flowers in one of the 818 Headband plants, but they certainly were sterile because we never found any seeded bud.
The drying process was performed in a dark place, with a constant temperature of approximately 15 °C and during 4 weeks. A long drying process demands more patience, but surely rewards the grower with superior organoleptic quality.
Harvested Cannabis buds, Conspiracy Kush and 818 Headband
The small leaves of the buds, completely covered with resin glands, were trimmed after drying and kept to make high grade homemade hashish. The buds were stored in glass jars and opened every day for 30 minutes during around 3 weeks, until being properly cured; this crucial final stage is called curing.
The grower estimated a yield of 25-30 grams per plant, a total of 250-300 grams.
Smoke report of Conspiracy Kush and 818 Headband
If speaking about the cultivation of these strains, we liked the Conspiracy Kush better than the 818 Headband, mainly due to its beautiful purple colours and impressive production of resin glands, a characteristic trait of all TGA Subcool strains. These are easy to grow genetics, with a relative stability between females, what suggests a great predominance of the mother Obama Kush in this hybrid. The 818 Headband is more vigorous, especially during the stretch stage, developing more side branches and yielding a bit more.
Smoke report of Conspiracy Kush from TGA Subcool:
- Appearance : Great bag appeal, compact buds with a nice layer of resin and beautiful green/purple colours. The small leaves of the buds are covered with resin and produce excellent hashish. Score: 5/5
- Flavour : Conspiracy Kush produces a very soft smoke when inhaling. We will notice hashy and fruity notes – reminiscent of grapes and berries – with lemony undertones. The fruity and sweet flavour increase as the curing process advances. We will see some differences from one female plant to another, but they all have very similar taste. Score: 4/5
- Effect : The effect is mainly body relaxing, typical of Indica marijuana strains, although it isn?t a couch-locking high. This variety is perfect to fight against stress, insomnia or to relax after a hard day of work. Score: 4/5
Smoke report of 818 Headband (Sour Diesel x OG Kush) from The Cali Connection
- Appearance : 818 Headband buds compact, but not as Conspiracy Kush’. The flowers are light coloured and resin production is above average. Score: 4/5
- Flavour : Sour Diesel notes mixed with earthy undertones inherited from the OG Kush. The smoke is harsher than Conspiracy Kush, less refined in respect of aromas. Score: 3/5
- Effect : The 818 Headband produces a powerful and balanced effect between high and stoned, starting with a relatively strong cerebral effect that quickly becomes a more relaxing experience. Thus, it is a good choice for those who are seeking a balanced effect, suitable for the day but also before going to sleep, for medicinal purposes or simply to enjoy the plant recreationally. Score: 4/5
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How Many Weed Seeds Per Pot Should I Use?
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Although the answer is quite simple, it’s often a common question when you’re getting into growing cannabis.
How Many Weed Seeds Do You Use In A Pot?
You only need to use 1 weed seed per pot of cannabis you’re looking to grow. A single cannabis seed will lead to one plant, and you don’t want multiple plants in a normal-sized growing pot because they won’t have enough room to each grow which will lead them to compete against each other for resources.
By sticking to one cannabis seed per pot, you give your plant the best chances of growing big buds in a healthy manner.
Along with this, if you’re planting multiple cannabis seeds in one pot it increases your risk of plant disease and issues such as spider mites which can effectively destroy your grow before you even get to harvest.
So no matter if you’re looking to grow cannabis in your closet or you’re looking to grow cannabis outdoors, you need to stick to only one weed seed per pot.
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How Many Marijuana Seeds Can you Grow Per Pot?
The simplest answer to your question is: The ideal way to grow cannabis plants is one plant- one pot rule. But there are some instances when you can grow more in one pot. Let’s explore why.
The One Seed Per Pot Rule
The rule is simple: you place one seed in one pot. You see, cannabis plants are annuals, which means that these plants only grow in a short time. Cannabis seeds will sprout, veg out, bloom, and be ready for harvest in just two to three months. Thus, you need to give these annuals enough space as well as enough care to grow healthy and produce good yields. Aside from this, placing plants in individual pots also has several advantages.
For most marijuana growers, one seed per pot rule is the standard for growing cannabis. This is because of its many advantages.
Cannabis plants’ roots can spread farther
With the one-pot per plant rule, your cannabis plants can grow better and healthier root systems. Every grower knows that healthier roots contribute to the overall health and wellness of plants. Roots can move deeper into the soil and take in water and nutrients. The roots will also take in more oxygen as this benefits its overall growth as well.
Because of the one plant per pot system, your plants will get the most out of their genetic abilities and grow taller, wider, produce more buds, and grow bigger and denser buds as well.
Cannabis plants don’t need to compete for nutrients
Growing more plants in one pot, even if this is a big pot, will only make your plants compete for nutrients and water. And if you think adding more nutrients and watering more often can help, it may not be as easy as it looks.
Your plants may end up suffering from nutrient excess as a result of more nutrients. More water can result in over-watering, and this is not good for plants as well. This is why one plant per container is still the best practice.
A sick or pest-infested plant can be separated from a group of plants
A general rule for plants suspected of having pests or mold is to isolate the plant to protect other plants in the garden or nursery. But how can you do this if you’re growing in one pot? When you grow your plants in individual pots, you can take a diseased or pest-infested plant and separate it from others for treatment. This makes treatments cost less and is easier to manage rather than treating several plants at the same time.
A plant with nutrient problems may be treated individually
If a specific plant needs treatment for a nutrient problem, say an excess nitrogen problem, you don’t need to treat other healthy plants. Also, consider that treatments for nutrient problems are usually done by flushing the soil with plain, pH-balanced water. When you separate the affected plant, you can continue giving the fertilizer product in smaller doses to stop excess nutrient problems.
You can easily remove male plants from the pack
When your plants are grown in individual pots, you can easily remove males during the final weeks of the vegetative stage. Removing males in a growing area helps avoid accidental pollination, especially if you want to grow weed.
Despite its many advantages, there are also some disadvantages of growing cannabis in one plant per pot rule. Consider the following:
Can take up too much space
Growing only a wee plant in a large pot is indeed a waste of space. In a small growing area, like a standard growing cabinet, you may only grow three or four plants, whereas you can cultivate more if you grow three plants in a large pot.
Increased growing costs
A one-pot per plant rule is more expensive because you will need more pots and stronger and more efficient lighting to cater to all your plants. You may also end up growing only a small number of plants because you’re conserving space.
You may need to buy a second tent or cabinet growing area instead and add the resources you need to manage two or more growing areas.
Special tips to consider
How many marijuana seeds to plant per pot? Growing in a one seed per pot manner may not be as simple as you think. Here are some tips to improve your plants’ growth.
Use the right soil
As with all kinds of cannabis growing activity, you need to use only the best soil. Now the best soil can be your own garden or yard soil or commercially-prepared soil as long as it has a balanced pH (not acidic or basic) and it contains good nutrients coming from organic matter. Also, consider soil aeration. If your soil is too packed, water and air can’t come in to nourish the roots. Using sandy-clayey soil is our best choice as this type of soil can retain more water and fertilizer due to its clay component, plus it can also drain excess water and soil thanks to its sandy component. Remember: by using the right soil, you are a step closer to growing healthier and stronger plants.
Choose the best seeds
The best seeds should be from cannabis strains that are easy to grow, a strain that does well in soil, and a strain that will grow in your kind of environment. Even if you follow the one seed, one-pot rule, you are likely to fail if you don’t consider the qualities of the seeds you want to grow, so don’t overlook this step.
Pot size and types of pots
Even if you’re growing one seed per pot, you must also consider the type of pot to use. Most importantly, will the strain you wish to cultivate grow well in the size of pot you want to use? We recommend using a large and deep pot with a capacity of 3 or more gallons. A deeper and larger pot benefits the roots, and this will help boost plant health.
The type of pot matters as you want one that can hold the soil as well as hold water and nutrients. There are all kinds of pots available: ceramic pots, clay pots, plastic pots, fabric pots, and many more.
Fertilizer and supplements
Providing good fertilizer and supplements is a way to keep marijuana plants healthy and blooming plants to create large and dense buds. A general rule in applying fertilizer and supplements to cannabis plants is to use fertilizer products appropriately. There are products made for cannabis in the growing stage and products made for the flowering phase. By carefully following the instructions on these products, you can support the nutrient needs of your plants in all phases of their growth.
Water your plants when the soil is dry and not when the soil is moist or wet. Water during the early morning when the sun is not as hot because plants need to take in more water. Also, consider the watering needs of each strain. Some may only require every two days, while some need constant watering.
How many marijuana seeds per pot? Planting multiple seeds per pot
A few marijuana growers prefer to grow their plants in one pot. Well, aside from using a very large and wide pot, they were able to pull this through with regular trimming and pruning to help the plants grow well in one container.
A pot with two or three plants may work, but you need to plan your growing very well. Before you start growing several plants in one pot, consider the advantages and disadvantages first.
Take note of the advantages of using multiple seeds per pot rule.
You can conserve growing space
By growing in one pot, you can conserve space. But as we said before, you need a large pot to grow more seeds in one pot. You also need a larger growing space, cabinet, or tent to hold a large pot.
Works well if you want to breed plants
You need male and female plants to breed. Growing your seeds near each other in a large container makes it easier for pollen from male plants to reach female plants to pollinate them.
Perfect when you want to grow seeds
You can grow seeds with ease. Just let male plants grow beside female plants. You will grow many seeds enough to last you for many more years of growth.
You can care for your plants better
With your plants together in one pot, you can care for them better, as you can easily monitor them.
Consider the following disadvantages of cultivating plants in only one pot.
It won’t prevent accidental pollination
If you plan to grow weed for personal consumption using regular strains, this setup won’t be able to prevent pollination. It will be hard to separate males from female plants as these are stuck in one large pot.
Cannabis plants in one pot will compete for nutrients
Several plants in one pot will only compete for food, water, and nutrients found in soil. If you grow three plants in one pot, it’s likely that one or two plants will give way. One plant will dominate and absorb more nutrients and water. And even if you add more nutrients to counter this possibility, this can also be harmful to your plants’ health as nutrient toxicity may happen.
It would be hard to separate sick, infested, or problematic plants
If one plant in a pot of three or four becomes sick, it would be hard to remove the plant and quarantine it. It’s also hard to treat this affected plant, and thus all the other plants can be affected in no time.
You need a very large pot which will also require a bigger growing area
A large pot is likely to crowd your growing area as well. So instead of having three or more pots with one plant in each pot inside a small growing cabinet, you will only be limited to cultivating only a few plants in one ginormous pot.
Special tips to consider
Growing multiple plants in one pot is a challenge because it is less likely done by growers. Remember the following tips:
Choose a very large pot with more drainage holes
If you really want to proceed with growing more seeds in one pot, make sure you get a large pot. This must be made of durable materials like clay to ensure that it can hold the number of plants you want to grow. We also recommend using a fabric bag because it won’t break or give in to the weight of all the plants you want to grow. The roots won’t be drowned in a fabric pot as it will also drain excess water and fertilizer better than other types of pots. Also, fabric bags are available in different sizes to fit the number of plants you want to grow.
Use the best soil that aerates well
Just like growing cannabis on a 1:1 basis, you need the best soil, preferably soil that aerates well. The best soil that we recommend for all cannabis growing activity is sandy, clayey soil. This soil will absorb water and fertilizer better and will drain excess water and fertilizer as well. Also, consider that this soil aerates well because of its sandy components. Oxygen will pass through better in sandy-clayey soils, which will enhance the growth of your plants in one pot.
Grow easy plants and the best plant that will grow in this manner
As much as possible, grow only small plants or plants that you think will grow well in this setup. Small plants like Indica varieties or autoflowering varieties will be perfect because these are tiny and compact plants. Don’t cultivate sativas or sativa-dominant hybrids since these plants require a larger growing space and a larger pot because of their size and height.
Grow plants indoors
To better check on your plants and prevent pests, poor weather, and climate conditions, cultivate your plants indoors. This way, you can tweak lighting to work on your plants. Cannabis plants that are grown at a very small distance from each other will only be very crowded, and thus smaller buds won’t be reached by light. Enhancing lighting in the right areas will help develop more buds and, in turn, will boost your harvest and yields. Use the best and the brightest kind of lighting, but don’t forget about too much heat build-up inside the growing area.
We hope we helped answer your question about how many marijuana seeds to plant per pot. We know you have more questions in mind, especially if you’re new to growing weed. And as far as getting answers for all these, it may not be easy, but there are ways to get practical answers to your everyday cannabis growing. You may check out growing guides, watch growing videos, and read bibles and diaries before you buy marijuana seeds when you start your growing journey. We recommend that you document your growing project so you can help other beginner growers with their growing questions in the future.