Growing dwarf cannabis seeds isn’t much different than growing standard marijuana seeds. First, it’s important to germinate the seeds. You can do this by soaking them in a cup of room-temperature water or placing them between two moistened paper towels in a sandwich baggie. With either germination method, be sure to keep the seeds out of direct sunlight.
Once their tiny tap roots emerge from the seeds, they’re ready to plant. Some seeds will sprout taproots within a couple days. Others may take as long as a week.
Planting Your Seeds
When you’re ready to plant dwarf 420 seeds, you’ll need either a tilled plot of land or pots filled with dirt or potting soil. Place the seeds on their sides about half an inch deep in the soil. Then, gently push the soil over them and pat it down. Only put one seed in each pot or hole in your garden plot. Add water until the soil is nice and moist, but be careful not to give them too much water.
Forging through the Vegetative Stage
After your dwarf seeds USA sprout and make their way through the soil, they’ll be seedlings. This phase gives way to the vegetative stage. At that point, your plants will spend the next few weeks growing taller and spreading their branches. Keep in mind, they won’t grow significantly in terms of height because they’re naturally stunted. Eventually, they’ll begin to mature and get ready to enter the next stage of their lives.
Blossoming into Maturity
Following a few weeks in the vegetative stage, the plants will enter the flowering phase. For photoperiodic strains, this will happen when they begin receiving red and orange light instead of blue and daylight hours transition from about 18 to around 12. In the case of autoflowering strains, the shift occurs based on the age of the plant.