You’ve been at this “growing marijuana” thing for while now.intermediate-marijuana-education

At this point, you should have the germination process down, along with the vegetative and flowering phase as listed in our Beginner’s Education article. Feel free to always look back on that. This isn’t a test and nobody’s grading you.

As an intermediate grower, you should also be able to tell the differences between indica and sativa plants. It’s helpful to tell your plants apart just by looking at them — their leaves, stems, and flowers. You’ll notice that all strains have their own unique look as they mature.

Once there’s little (or a lot) of greenery poking out of the soil, the most important thing is to keep your marijuana plants alive and healthy (and happy). Starting a marijuana crop is the easy part, it’s keeping your marijuana crop that’s slightly more challenging — but totally worth it. The last thing we want in a garden filled with pesticides.

The intermediate level feels like that teenager/young adult phase in your life. You want to do things your own way and you’re just starting to find your groove with marijuana, and yet, there’s still so much more to learn. Fortunately, no matter where you’re at with marijuana, we’re always here to help you take the next step. 


Did you know that we feature a blog on our website that’s packed with useful growing and maintenance tips? We update our blog on the regular to keep you informed on all the latest marijuana trends and tricks. We’re more than just a place to buy marijuana seeds, we’re a hub of information.

The good news is, there is no one “right” way to grow marijuana. Sure, there are helpful resources out there that can better your experience, but every grower finds his or her own method. You’ll come to find that you naturally prefer indoor or outdoor growing, sativa or indica strains, and a certain watering schedule. This new, more knowledgable stage you’re going through? It’s all about trial and error.


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