The above time-lapse video spans 40 days of growth. A frame was taken every 6 minutes. 50fps .
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Growing Marijuana Time Lapse – 80 days in 45 seconds
Young plant burned by Pyrethrum while lights are on & recovery
In this video, a young marijuana plant is topped and you can watch as the two growth tips from the top node (quick picture cheat sheet explaining nodes & growth tips) turn into the two new main colas.
Here’s a timelapse showing a plant putting its leaves up and down in response to the light
These have been circulating around the internet for a while, but if you haven’t seen them before, you don’t want to miss these bonus marijuana time-lapse videos.
Seedling & Vegetative Stage
It can last anywhere from 3-16 weeks, so knowledge of the particular strain being used is crucial here.
As the taproot of the germinated plant begins to take hold, the first set of iconic fan leaves begin to develop. This signals the beginning of the plant’s seedling stage of growth and should be placed in a large growing area immediately if it hasn’t been done so already.
Chapter 3: Vegetative
Sexing can technically wait until the flowering stage, but cautious growers should remove them now.
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There will be a ton of foliage at this point and the plants will want more water than seems possible. Any training should be done at this stage, as long as the plant is healthy and growing rapidly.
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