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A Good Guess At Marijuana Seeds

Nothing is more frustrating than experiencing marijuana seed problems after you have invested in your seeds. Here are some ways you can troubleshoot and make the outcome as successful as possible. First, make sure you get quality marijuana seeds to work with. You also need to make sure you have the right conditions in place for the particular strain of cannabis you wish to grow.

The overall conditions need to be perfect including the soil pH level, the amount of water, the amount of light, etc. Even with your best efforts though there can be problems that you need to address. Here are some basic things to watch for and a way to resolve the problem. Make sure you know the pH level that is needed for the types of marijuana seeds you are going to plant.

At marijuana seeds depot we have all of the necessary seeds for your planting. Some strains of cannabis grow well in all types of soil and others are quite particular. If you don't want to put much effort into the soil issue then find a strain that grows well without a certain pH level.

If you notice the larger leaves turning yellow but your smaller leaves are remaining green, the seeds don't have enough nitrogen. Add some organic fertilizer or nitrate soda. Check them again in a week and see if there are improvements. You may need to add those ingredients again if there are still yellow leaves. If the leaves are yellow with spots of gray, you also need to add more Potassium.

If the older leaves are curling at the edges, you may think you need to add more water. However, the problem is they aren't getting enough Phosphorus. Adding more water can cause other problems and it won't resolve this one. Just add some commercial Phosphate and it should take care of the problem.

Cracked stems are a sign that there is no healthy support tissue present. Again, adding water is what many people do but that doesn't help. Instead, you need to add more Boron which is found in most plant foods.

Any time you add more nutrients to your plants to resolve these problems, you want to add it in small amounts. Watch the plants carefully to see if you notice improvements. You may need to continue adding a bit more over the next several weeks. However, you should continue to see positive results too.

If you add too much of any given nutrient at once it can be too harsh of a change on the seeds. It can do more damage to them than what was going on before. If you follow these rules, you should be able to keep your marijuana seeds growing very healthy.

Consider keeping a written record of what you add to the seeds too. This can help you to set up the soil correctly the next time you plant marijuana seeds. It will reduce the time it takes you to get the results you really want.

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