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Traditional indoor grow setups place the main grow light directly above the canopy. But, since micro growers are often working with extremely small spaces, this setup might not always be the best option.
In small vertical spaces (like a grow box, small cupboard or furniture piece, or computer tower), you’ll usually be better off placing your main grow lights along one or multiple sides of your plant. This will allow you to grow a bigger canopy, improve light penetration through the canopy, and prevent plants from stretching towards the top of your grow space.
How to Water Cannabis Plants in a Micro Grow
The root system is a crucial part of the plant, and its size has a great influence on how tall the plant will grow. Most plants tend to occupy the same amount of space below the ground as they do above. In a micro grow, we can use this correlation between the size of the root system (thus, the amount of medium) and plant size to control the growth of our cannabis plants and match it to our spatial limitations.
In a short, horizontal micro grow cabinet, on the other hand, you can use ScrOG as you would in a regular indoor garden to create a thick, even canopy that, come harvest time, will be loaded with sticky buds.
In general, growing in a small 35 × 35 × 75cm space using a rough average of 30W of light throughout your entire grow, you can expect to harvest between 25 and 45g, depending on the strain, your feeding routine, training techniques, and skill. You’ll usually be able to go from seed to harvest within 3–4 months, depending (obviously) on your light cycle and the genetics of your plants.
Amnesia Haze grows to medium height in both indoor and outdoor environments. It’s a highly productive strain and brings about rewarding yields, even when grown in relatively small areas. Grown indoors, the plant reaches heights of between 80 – 140 cm. If you want to keep the plant smaller, you should use low-stress training techniques.
After a flowering time of 9 – 11 weeks, this strain will yield between 600–650g/m². However, waiting a few extra weeks compared to other strains doesn’t offer many more benefits regarding flavors, potency, and effects.
2. Royal Dwarf
Ventilation: Plants require fresh air. A constant change of air is important to keep them healthy and vibrant. Depending on the environment, you may need a heater or AC unit to regulate the climate.
This means that it’s possible to grow Easy Bud in empty cupboards, down-low attic spaces, and hidden corners of the garden. The strain can be grown almost anywhere – outdoors, indoors, on the windowsill, or in greenhouses.
The flowering period lasts around 7 – 8 weeks, and the harvest occurs in late September. The average Critical Kush crop yields 500–550 gr/m2. Its high THC content makes it a great strain for relaxing both the mind and the body. It could also relieve stress and pain.