Marijuana Cultivation

Growing cannabis can be a real “high-light” of your spring season!    

Growing can be a fun and rewarding hobby, but it’s important to do your research and take the necessary steps to ensure success.

Choose the right strain: Just like people, cannabis strains have different preferences when it comes to weather. Some strains are better suited for cooler temperatures, while others thrive in warmer weather.

Start indoors: Think of starting your seedlings indoors like sending them to pre-school. You’ll be able to keep an eye on them and make sure they’re growing up big and strong before sending them off to face the world. Starting your plants indoors in the spring can help protect them from colder temperatures and frost. Use a high-quality soil and ensure proper lighting, temperature, and humidity levels for optimal growth.

Transplant outside: Once the weather warms up and the risk of frost has passed, you can transplant your seedlings outside. Choose a location with good sunlight exposure and well-draining soil. It’s like sending your kids off to college, except instead of studying, they’ll be soaking up the sun and getting high.

Use proper nutrients: Cannabis plants require specific nutrients at different stages of growth. Research the specific needs of your strain and use a high-quality nutrient solution to ensure healthy growth and potency.

Monitor for pests and diseases: Cannabis plants are susceptible to pests and diseases, like spider mites or aphids, so it’s important to regularly check your plants for any signs of issues. Use organic pest control methods and avoid using harmful chemicals.

Harvest at the right time: Timing is key when it comes to harvesting your cannabis plants. Harvest your cannabis plants when the buds are fully developed and have reached their peak potency. Look for signs of maturity such as the color of the pistils and trichomes and use a magnifying glass to check for optimal ripeness.

Enjoy responsibly: Remember to use cannabis responsibly and within the legal limits of your location. Use caution when transporting and storing your harvest, and always keep it out of reach of children and pets. After all, we want to set a good example for the next generation of cannabis growers.

Have questions about obtaining your Missouri  Patient Cultivation License? Bluebird Wellness can help. 816-944-3654