Growing Weedasec Indica cannabis from seed to harvest involves several key steps to ensure a successful cultivation process. Here's a concise guide:


1. **Germination (Days 1-7):** Start by soaking the seeds in water for about 24 hours until they crack open. Transfer the germinated seeds to a moist paper towel in a dark place. Once a small taproot appears, it's ready for planting.


2. **Seedling Stage (Days 8-21):** Plant the germinated seeds in a small pot with a well-draining soil mix. Provide a humid environment, and maintain a temperature between 70-85°F (21-29°C) with a light cycle of 18 hours of light and 6 hours of darkness.


3. **Vegetative Stage (Weeks 3-8):** Transplant the seedling to a larger pot with nutrient-rich soil. Switch to a light cycle of 18 hours of light and 6 hours of darkness. Maintain a temperature between 70-80°F (21-27°C). Provide proper nutrients, emphasizing nitrogen during this growth phase.


4. **Training (Weeks 4-6):** Employ low-stress training (LST) techniques to encourage horizontal growth and enhance light penetration. Prune the lower branches to focus energy on the upper canopy.


5. **Flowering Stage (Weeks 9-14):** Adjust the light cycle to 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness to induce flowering. Monitor temperature and humidity, aiming for 65-80°F (18-27°C) and 40-50% humidity. Introduce flowering nutrients rich in phosphorus and potassium.


6. **Monitoring and Adjusting (Weeks 15-18):** Regularly check for pests, mold, and nutrient deficiencies. Adjust the pH of the water and monitor soil pH to ensure optimal nutrient absorption. Continue to maintain appropriate temperature and humidity levels.


7. **Harvesting (Weeks 18-22):** Harvest when the majority of trichomes have turned cloudy and amber. Flush the plants with plain water for the last week to remove excess nutrients. Cut branches and hang them upside down in a dark, well-ventilated space for drying.


8. **Drying and Curing (Weeks 23-26):** Trim the dried buds and place them in airtight containers for curing. Burp the containers daily for the first two weeks to release excess moisture. Afterward, burp less frequently. Curing enhances the flavor, aroma, and potency of the buds.


9. **Final Processing (Weeks 26-28):** Once properly cured, trim the buds one final time. Store them in sealed containers in a cool, dark place. Properly cured cannabis can last for an extended period without losing potency.


Remember, each strain may have specific requirements, so adjust these general guidelines accordingly. Additionally, always adhere to local laws and regulations regarding cannabis cultivation.


Auto Flowers - Hydro 

Growing auto-flower cannabis in hydroponics involves several key steps:


1. **Selecting a Strain:** Choose an auto-flowering cannabis strain suitable for hydroponic cultivation. Auto-flowering strains have a predetermined life cycle, making them well-suited for a hydroponic setup.


2. **Setting Up Hydroponic System:** Set up your hydroponic system, such as Deep Water Culture (DWC), Nutrient Film Technique (NFT), or a drip system. Ensure that the system provides proper aeration, nutrient delivery, and pH control.


3. **Germination:** Germinate your cannabis seeds using a reliable method. Once germinated, place the seeds in a suitable growing medium like rock wool cubes or coco coir to begin the vegetative stage.


4. **Nutrient Solution:** Use a balanced nutrient solution formulated for cannabis in the vegetative stage. Maintain the appropriate pH level for optimal nutrient absorption, typically between 5.5 and 6.5.


5. **Lighting:** Provide a consistent light cycle. Auto-flowering plants typically thrive with 18-20 hours of light per day during the entire lifecycle. Use high-quality grow lights suitable for the size of your growing space.


6. **Training and Pruning:** Auto-flowers have a limited vegetative phase, so keep training and pruning to a minimum. Low-stress training (LST) can help optimize light exposure for better bud development.


7. **Flowering Stage:** As auto-flowering plants transition to the flowering stage, adjust the nutrient solution to support blooming. Maintain a consistent light schedule throughout the flowering stage.


8. **Monitoring and Adjusting:** Regularly monitor pH levels, nutrient concentrations, and overall plant health. Adjust the nutrient solution as needed based on the plant's stage and any observed deficiencies.


9. **Harvesting:** Auto-flowers have a shorter life cycle, usually around 8-10 weeks. Harvest when the buds are mature and the trichomes have reached the desired level of THC production.


10. **Drying and Curing:** After harvesting, properly dry and cure the buds to enhance their flavor, aroma, and potency.


Remember, each strain may have specific requirements, so it's crucial to follow the guidelines provided by the seed bank or breeder. Regularly observe your plants and make adjustments accordingly.