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As a general rule of thumb, 20-28°C is seen as the safe/optimal range for cannabis to grow. It can vary depending on the strain, but this is a good general target to aim for. If outdoors, temps can get colder at night, just try to make sure you never have plants growing when the weather begins to get frosty.

Every plant needs water. Cannabis is no exception. Water helps plants create their own “food” in the form of glucose. As such it is a key component of photosynthesis. The water turns into CO2 as it evaporates. Internally, water pressure also helps leaves keep their internal structure. Hydrated leaves do not wilt. Too much water, however, is just as stressful as not enough water – preventing nutrient uptake and resulting stunted growth. Keeping your plants in a warm, moist environment is key to ensuring happy, unstressed grows.

If cannabis falls outside of the pH range, it can cause nutrient lockout, which in turn, stresses the cannabis and causes problems.

FOOD STRESS

Feeding your plants the right food and the right amount of it, is crucial to maintaining stress-free grows. Commercial plant food for cannabis plants is easy to find. However, the temptation to overfeed can also be high for new growers. Don’t think that “more” is always better. On the flip side, a regular feeding schedule is critical for plant health. Overfeeding can cause build up in the soil, which opens up a whole can of worms. Be sure to check out our guide to stress-free feeding.

Cannabis plants require a soil pH of between 6 and 6.5. The pH level of soil is a measure of how acidic or alkaline it is. Higher numbers – above 7, show that the soil is more alkaline, while numbers below 7 are more acidic. Cannabis is just about in the middle. You must keep the soil in this general range otherwise the plant will experience stress. You should also make sure the water you feed your plants falls in this PH range. Note: for hydroponics, the ideal pH range is a little lower – between 5.5-6.5.

Cannabis plants are fairly hardy plants. However even they need TLC – tender loving care – otherwise they get stressed. Stressed plants produce smaller yields. Here is a list of the top causes of stress for plants – and how to avoid this.

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