4 tips for growing cannabis in pots

Written by on 11 May, 2022

When it comes to growing cannabis, one of the most common options used by cannabis growers is to do it in pots.

You see, growing your Mary Jane in these containers offers you many advantages, for example, it allows you to move your plants from one place to another and it is easy to handle.

Well, if you are going to start your marijuana plantation in pots, here are 4 tips that you should take into account so that you can carry it out successfully.

1- Put one plant per pot

Many growers advice against growing several plants per pot, the ideal would be to use a pot for each cannabis plant, as this prevents the roots from competing with each other and allows you to take care of each flower individually.

Also, keep in mind that if the soil in a pot becomes contaminated, over-watered or over-fertilized, among other inconveniences, only the plant in that container will be affected and not the rest of the growing that is in separate pots.

2- Choose the most suitable color

Depending on when you are going to grow your Mary Jane in pots, the color of the pot can be decisive.

Generally, black pots are recommended for indoor and outdoor growing in cold climates, as they absorb heat and protect the roots from overcooling.

During the hotter months and seasons, it is advisable to use white pots outdoors, as they reflect the light and prevent the root system from overheating.

3- Locate them in a good place (outdoors)

If you decide to grow your pot in the garden of your house or on the rooftop, it is ideal that you place your pots in the ideal place. Make sure that it allows access to sunlight, and that are no trees or walls obstructing the lighting. Also, place your pots in an area where you have access to water.

4- Use pots with holes in the bottom

The pots you are going to use to plant your precious pot should have holes in the bottom to ensure effective drainage in case of excessive watering, while allowing oxygen to flow through the substrate, thus reducing the chances of suffering from problems such as root rot.



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