Green Thumb Farmers Growing Cannabis Into Giant Monster Plants

Green Thumb Farmers Growing Cannabis Into Giant Monster Plants
Green Thumb Farmers Growing Cannabis Into Giant Monster Plants Growing cannabis has become its own art form. A large variety of strains and growing techniques have developed over the years with an aim to produce the healthiest, juiciest buds possible. Another facet of this that has sprung up (so to speak) is the development of giant plants that are able to grow intensely large while still producing high quality buds rich in cannabinoids. With enough space for healthy roots, these cannabis plants can actually grow to over 3 meters in height. They still produce healthy, rich buds while towering over your regular plants. Growing cannabis plants this size can be achieved by anyone who has the knowledge and means to do it.

More of an Investment Than Your Average Cannabis Plant

growing cannabis plants of enormous size can take several months longer than your average marijuana plant
The most important thing to keep in mind when starting is that these babies require at least 8 - 10 months to grow. This is longer than the usual grow time so you want to be sure that you're going to be able to accommodate this long term level of focus on the plant. Another thing you will absolutely need to accommodate is the plant's root size. In order to get bigger, the plant will need to grow a deep, large and complex root system. This means that both indoor and outdoor grow spaces will need to be large enough to accommodate this level of growth. For indoor spaces, you can use 10-20 gallon containers if you have the space. These plants will only grow large if there is adequate space for the roots so indoor plants may end up smaller than those grown outdoors. Plants grown in healthy, nutrient rich, well turned soil can sprout into magnificent marijuana trees with oversized, healthy buds.

Choosing the Right Strain for Growing Cannabis of Epic Proportions

certain strains do better when attempting to grow huge cannabis plants
When it comes to growing cannabis, the strain is very important. This is especially true when you're working to grow giant plants. There are certain strains that will naturally grow larger. It's in the biology of these strains to reach a greater size. Jack Herer, White Widow, Chronic and Blueberry are all popular strains that are capable of growing enormous. Other strains include Cinderella99, Cheese Quake, Cotton Candy Cane, Big Bud and Jesus OG Kush. It's important to research your strain well before getting started so that you know the details of how your plant will grow, it's bloom phase and the kind of space it will require. It's also good to know what the effects of your plant will be. There are many indica and sativa varieties of plants that will grow to enormous proportions and a variety that can fulfill everyone's needs. To grow the best quality cannabis plants, a lot of hard work and focus is needed. The soil needs to be nutrient rich. Earth worms and castings, molasses and other organic, nutrient boosting additives can be greatly helpful. Advanced Nutrients Voodoo Juice, Piranha and Tarantula are excellent root booster supplements. Bud Ignitor, Bud Factor X and Big Bud are good bloom boosting supplements. At the end of the day, care and attention, space and the right strain are what's needed to grow the biggest juiciest marijuana plants possible.

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