4 Methods to Grow Weed

4 Methods to Grow Weed

Not only can adults across Canada buy weed online or in stores, but they can also grow weed at home. There are some important rules for growing weed- you can only grow four active plants at a time and must keep your plants out of public view and out of the reach of children and animals. However, if done right, you’ll end up with large yields of weed that you can use however you want.

But before you start growing, you need to decide which method you want to use to grow weed. Growing methods differ based on where you grow and what you use, but there are multiple methods can work well for growing quality weed. Here are four methods to grow weed that you should consider.

1. Indoor Soil Growing

One of the most important choices for growing weed is whether you want to grow indoors or outdoors. Both of these methods of growing have their perks and drawbacks, but indoor growing is generally preferred for those who want to have more control over the growing conditions.

If you want to grow indoors, you’ll need to invest in some growing equipment first. A grow space or grow tent is needed. You’ll also need to buy lights and ventilation so that you can control the light and temperature that your plants get.

Growing indoors usually involves putting your plants in pots of nutrient-enriched soil so that they get the nutrients they need. Alternatively, you can plant them in regular soil and use nutrient-enriched water to ensure that you end up with healthy plants. 

Indoor growing is usually faster than outdoor growing as you can control the conditions to spur on quick and successful growth. However, you’ll also have to spend more money on equipment and pay special care to your plants, especially in the early stages. You’ll also need to have plenty of space, especially if you’re planning on growing tall plants.

Indoor Soil Growing

2. Outdoor Soil Growing

Outdoor growing is also popular, especially for users who don’t want to spend a lot of money on equipment and those who want a simpler way to grow marijuana plants. Under the right weather conditions, you can end up with nice, healthy marijuana plants without much effort.

You’ll still need a few things before you can grow marijuana outdoors. Super soil or nutrient-enriched water will come in handy. You can plant your seeds in the ground, but it’s better to use raised pots to avoid excess water and pests.

It’s also important to keep your pants out of public sight. You may also need to invest in fencing or an enclosure for your plants. For instance, in New Brunswick, the law states you need an enclosure at least 1.52m high around any marijuana plants grown outdoors. Fencing also helps to keep animals away from your plants.

Growing outdoors can be fairly straightforward, especially in the summer when your plants can get plenty of sunlight. However, when conditions get colder, it may be better to grow indoors to avoid weather damage to your plants.

3. Hydroponic Growing

Hydroponic growing is a special method of growing weed that involves growing plants in water instead of soil. The water is enriched with all the nutrients your plants need, resulting in fast and prosperous growth.

This is an advanced method of growing marijuana and, as such, should only be attempted by experienced growers. However, if you know what you’re doing, it can result in huge yields and creates less mess since you don’t have to use soil.

There are a fair few drawbacks to using hydroponic growing. You’ll have to spend a lot more money on hydroponic growing systems since you’ll need equipment like troughs, pumps, and reservoirs. It also requires consistent monitoring as you need to ensure the water has the right Ph levels.

4. Aeroponic Growing

Aeroponic growing is another interesting way to grow weed that involves growing weed in the air. Plants are kept in mesh baskets hanging in the air and sprayed with water and fertilizer to help them grow.

It’s another method that requires a lot of investment and labor, but it’s very rewarding. Aeroponic growing produces the most impressive yields in the shortest amount of time, making it great for advanced growers.

However, like Hydroponic growing, Aeroponic growing can be tricky. You’ll need to regularly monitor your plants and ensure that they’re getting enough nutrients and appropriate Ph levels. Small mistakes can also result in you ruining your results.

Picking The Right Seeds

Picking The Right Seeds

No matter which method you use to grow weed, picking the right seeds is also important. Cannabis seeds can be bought in seed banks and some cannabis stores. However, you’ll notice that there are a few different types, and there are some notable differences between each type of seed.

Regular seeds are seeds that can grow either male or female plants. Only female cannabis plants produce THC, which is what cannabis growers are most likely aiming for. Growing male plants along with them can often ruin your yield, so avoid regular seeds.

Feminized seeds are the seeds that most growers opt for. These are seeds that have been enhanced to grow only female plants, meaning you’ll get a nice yield of THC-rich marijuana. It’s best to use feminized seeds in whatever strain you want.

Autoflowering seeds are another option. These are seeds that have been crossed with cannabis ruderalis plants to make them grow faster. Autoflowering feminized seeds give you fast-growing marijuana plants, making them great for beginners. However, some growers find normal feminized seeds better.


It’s legal to grow weed either indoors or outdoors, provided that you keep your plants out of public sight, don’t grow more than four at a time, and are of legal age in your province. Once you choose which seeds to use, there are various methods to grow weed. Beginners should stick to regular indoor or outdoor growing with soil, but experienced growers may want to try Hydroponic or even Aeroponic growing.

Keep in mind that growing weed can be long and laborious. The time it takes can vary depending on the seeds and method of growing you use, but you’ll usually be waiting for months before you can try your weed. Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to buy weed online, and you can get all of the strains you want while waiting.

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