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But when growing weed, do the plants start smelling? And how much?
Short Answer: The smell starts at 3-6 weeks old (depending on strain) even in the vegetative stage. But the smell gets much worse after plants start flowering/making buds.
The cannabis buds we know and love have a noticeable smell. They stink. I love the smell, some people hate it, and every strain is different.
The answer is that each individual strain and plant is different. But here’s what to keep in mind:
At what age do cannabis plants start to smell?
Cannabis has one of the most easily-recognized scents out there, which is amazing until you need to cover it up.
Every strain offers a different cocktail of terpenes, but the earthy and gassy scent we know and love always comes to the fore. Such a distinct smell makes using the herb a pleasant experience, but it also attracts attention, drawing in unwanted eyes and noses.
Why Is Odour Control So Important?
Thankfully, cannabis plants don’t stink throughout the entire growing cycle. In fact, they remain entirely scent-free during the seedling and vegetative phase. During these stages of growth, plants direct all of their energy toward getting as big as possible to house future flowers.
Growing the herb at home comes with many rewards, including the satisfaction of smoking your own weed and saving a bunch of money during the process. However, it also comes with a significant risk depending on where you live.
These techniques are effective at keeping a crop under the radar, but the smell of flowering weed remains the most obvious give away. Cannabis terpenes are powerful enough to stink out an entire apartment block if left unchecked. Growers must do everything they can to prevent terpenes from leaking out of their growing space if they want to stay undiscovered.