Once a seed has sprouted, place the pot in a semi sunny location. Depending on the amount of light and heat in the environment, the plant may need either frequent or only occasional watering ranging from once a day to once every several days.
- Be careful not to let the soil get completely dry when seedlings are just starting out, as their tiny root systems will dry out quickly in direct sunlight.
- Be careful not to over water your seedlings. Letting the pots drain after watering and then go semi dry after a few days is important in preventing root rot.
- When the pot is noticeably lighter to pick up, that is an indication that it is ready to be watered again. Constantly soggy soil causes issues.
When the plants have fully rooted their containers, they should be transplanted into larger containers. Containers with greater volume tend to grow larger plants. Loamy, nutrient and biology rich soil is ideal, and many suitable brands of soil can be found at hydroponic stores. Making ones own soil mix is also an option. Avoid soils that are very dense or contain large amounts of clay.
If you have more questions about growing Equilibrium Genetics, please contact us.
Cannabis Cultivation Books
For more information, you may want to obtain a copy of one or more of the following books:
Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower’s Bible
by Jorge Cervantes
Marijuana’s Grower’s Handbook
by Ed Rosenthal
Primo Plant: Growing Marijuana Outdoors
by Mountain Girl
Marijuana Horticulture Fundamentals: A Comprehensive Guide to Cannabis Cultivation and Hashish Production
by K of Trichome Technologies
Feminist Weed Farmer: Growing Mindful Medicine in Your Own Backyard
by Madrone Stewart