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Home-Grow Basics

In this short guide we will show you how to germinate and plant your seeds. This guide is ideal for any beginner or novice.

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 This guide will be geared toward novice growers with little to no experience, for more experienced growers we recommend sticking with the set up your are comfortable with. By the end of this guide you will have all of the information you need in order to set up your grow for either clones or plants from seed.

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Transferring your baby plants into a bigger pot will be a necessary step during the growth process. This is required in order to provide more space to the plant's roots, allowing them to spread more widely.

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In this section, we will guide you through the process of determining the perfect time to harvest, harvesting your crop correctly, and properly curing your bud to give you a perfect final product.

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Now that you've got your plants in the ground it should just be a matter of days before they start to sprout. This section will show you how to set up your seedlings depending on the type of grow you are starting.  If you're starting from clones you should be able to skip this section

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This section will teach you how to identify male plants, separate them from the females, and prevent your female plants from going to seed. 

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If you've done everything right up until now, you should have some strong plants in the vegetative state. You should be ready to start flowering, where you will be able to see the literal fruits of your labor. Between 45-60 days of vegetative state are necessary before beginning the flowering stage. In this section we will give you tips to get ready to flip your plants to the flowering stage, as well as help you care for it during this stage.

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