Staying with a lot of the same elements from the second grow. Northern Light XL Feminized Seeds, same nutrients, same light. Overall the same grow setup as far as equipment and genetics are concerned.
The main difference this grow from the last is, I am not going to try and do more than 1 plant per tent. More than 1 plant per tent reduces the yield per plant. I am going with just one plant per tent.
My second attempt at legally growing marijuana indoors for personal use in Michigan is well under way.
As I outlined in prior posts, I tried various ways to germinate Northern Light XL, feminized seeds to find out the best way to germinate marijuana seeds. Through that, I currently have 5 plants growing.
In the past couple of weeks the seedlings seem to be doing pretty well in solo cups. Growing to the point that it is time to transplant into a larger container.
To my eye, the plants look like they are about ready to be potted in the container they will be in until harvest. I went ahead and transplanted into 5 gallon fabric pots. Standard coco coir and vermiculite mix growing medium.
The lack of plant training definitely affected my yield (amongst many other problems). Many tiny buds, only bigger buds on the main cola of each plant. Not efficient at all.
With my second attempt at growing, I have a little bit more leeway to try some things out. I really want to try training a marijuana plant to get multiple colas and help improve the yield per plant. I have never attempted to train a marijuana plant.
Over the last 4 weeks I have been testing out different ways to find the best way to germinate marijuana seeds, and I have one Northern Lights plant that is about 3 weeks along. Healthy looking plant so far.
I decided to take the plunge and try to train this marijuana plant.