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Cannabis Growing For Beginners - A Comprehensive Guide

Cannabis cultivation has developed into a hobby for many enthusiasts. In this guide, we'll go over the basics of cannabis cultivation for beginners and explain how to get started.

Cannabis cultivation process

Growing cannabis can be broken down into several stages including germination, growth, flowering and harvesting. Each phase requires specific conditions and care.

  1. Germination : In this phase you prepare the seeds and let them germinate in moist soil or on a damp paper towel. This can take anywhere from 24 hours to a week. You can read the exact procedure and some tips for this phase in our blog .
  2. Growth : Plants grow vigorously during this period, developing stems and leaves. This requires lots of light and nutrients, good ventilation and the right temperature, which is usually between 20-28°C.
  3. Flowering : In the flowering phase, plants begin to form their signature flowers. Light levels need to be adjusted, often with a 12-hour light and 12-hour dark cycle.
  4. Harvest : Once the plants are mature, they are harvested, dried and processed. You can tell the right harvest time by the color of the trichomes.

Essential accessories

Growing cannabis successfully requires a number of specific equipments:

  • Tent : A grow tent allows for control of temperature, humidity and light, which are crucial for optimal plant growth.
  • Filter system : An effective filter system filters odors and pollutants from the air to promote healthy growth.
  • Light : Special grow lights, such as LED or HPS lights, provide the required spectrum of light for vegetative growth and the flowering phase.
  • Pots : Using the right pots will encourage drainage and aerate the roots, making for healthy plants.
  • Seeds : Choosing quality seeds is crucial, and there are many different strains to choose from depending on your preferences and needs.
    In our shop you will find a large selection of high-quality seeds.


Plants need various nutrients to grow and flower healthily:

  • Soil : Choosing a nutrient-rich soil with good drainage is the cornerstone of the grow.
  • Water : Regular watering with the right pH is crucial. The pH should be in the range of 6.0 to 7.0.
  • Fertilizer : Cannabis plants require specific micro and macro nutrients that can be supplied through specialized fertilizers.
  • Light : Understanding the different spectrums of light needed during the growth and flowering stages is important. Using specialized grow lights can make this easier.


Growing cannabis at home can be a rewarding and fascinating experience. Getting started in the world of cannabis growing may seem overwhelming at first, but with the right tools, an understanding of the plant, and a dose of patience, it can become a fulfilling and enjoyable hobby.

Understanding the different stages of growth, from germination to harvest, as well as knowing the right nutrients and necessary supplies will set you on the path to a successful grow. Whether it's researching different strains, experimenting with growing techniques, or simply enjoying the fruits of your labor, growing cannabis offers a world of discovery and enjoyment.

In Luxembourg, where growing cannabis is legal, there are opportunities for novice and experienced gardeners alike. With a commitment to continuous learning and adapting to the needs of your plants, growing cannabis can not only be a fulfilling hobby, but also a way of taking responsibility for the quality and provenance of the product.

Additional information

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This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to promote any illegal activity. Please refer to your country's laws before beginning the germination process.

This blog post has been carefully researched and contains commonly known information about the germination process. The information has not been copied from any specific source and no copyrighted materials have been used.

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