Vegetative Growth Program

Categories: , ,

Cannabis Vegetative Growth Program

Extend the bounty of your garden by learning how cannabis can be reproduced (propagated) asexually. Discover how to establish roots for clones when cannabis plants start vegetative growth – photosynthesizing for as much as possible to grow.

This program will provide you with the key knowledge to maximize the vegetative growth cycle by growing your cannabis plants in a way that will best prepare for flowering your garden. No matter which environment, you will master the tricks and tips you need in order to expand growth, whether you are outdoors for several months of vegetative growth or indoors with as little as a week (or as much time as you want!).

Step-By-Step To Cloning

Become a cloning master through this program’s step-by-step tutorial, including critical points for cultivation such as how to take cuttings from a plant in vegetative growth as well as how to root in growing mediums for new plants. Making clones and cuttings is the most efficient means to productive cannabis propagation for small growers, both for those growing indoors and outdoors.

Transplanting

When plants are too big for their containers you will need to act fast and know what to do next at critical points in their life cycle. You will be able to transplant like a master grower at just the right time in order to continue rapid growth. Inhibited, cramped root systems grow stunted plants. Strategies will be taught about how seedlings and clones can also be transplanted in larger containers in order to maximize growing efficiency with fewer containers.

Pruning and Bending

Plants that are regenerated, cloned and even grow from seed will need to be either pruned or bent at some point to encourage the plant to produce as much as possible as well as remain healthy. In this program, you will master the pruning and bending techniques needed to redirect growth hormones.

What to Expect

  • 5 Program Videos (57:30 Time)
  • Discussion Forum – Ask Questions, Get Answers
  • 5 eBooks (24 Pages Total)
  • 5 Assessments
  • Certificate of Completion
Share this