Medicinal Cannabis Blog #4
by Jim Hole
Cannabis has two distinct phases in its lifecycle. The first is the vegetative phase which involves a proliferation of leafy growth followed by the flowering phase.
The trick with growing excellent quality cannabis is to fertilize the crop with the correct quantity of leaf-inducing nitrogen fertilizer and then knowing when to back-off with it so that the plants don’t a mass of dense foliage at the expense of flowers.
Failure to get the formula correct means a lot of extra work trying to prune and train the cannabis plants into a manageable size which is costly and tedious. Given that cannabis can grow 15cm per day at its growth peek means that staying tuned into the best fertilizer formulas for both stages of growth is critical!