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Tent Life Continued as we Talk Climate Control Pots For Feminized Cannabis Seeds Starting pots for feminized seeds to not need to be full-sized, as it is extremely easy to transplant feminized seedlings from pot to pot. 2. Environmental Conditions for Growing Marijuana Cannabis seedlings are delicate when it comes to their needs for growth. The environment they’re growing in should be fairly specific: Cannabis Grow Room Lighting Though seedlings are just small cannabis plants, they already need a specific type of light in order to flourish. The good news is that they don’t need the same intensity of light that their fully grown counterparts do, and a simple CFL light in the blue light spectrum should do just fine. Cannabis Watering Watering the seedlings is where many first time growers experience their first real issues. It’s easy to over-water, so that’s something that needs to be very closely monitored during the seedlings stage. 3. Nutrients for a Cannabis Seedling A cannabis plant will not grow to produce a potent bud without the help of right set of nutrients. Seedlings, however, do quite well in producing their own nutrients without interference. However, as your plant grows, it will slowly begin to require more than simple soil can provide. Though you may be tempted to feed your seedlings anyway, Overfeeding is a pitfall that can easily end your plant’s lift prematurely. Some well meaning nutrient supplements could easily poison the seedling. PLANT AND TRANSPLANT Carefully take the four seeds and put them in peat pellets or small pots with damp peat-perlite mix or coco coir, about 2.5 to five centimeters deep. Set an 18-hours on light cycle, with the six hours off at night. Stalks will emerge in a week or two, and nutrients and water can be added. Vegetative growth will continue for a month or two, at which point the plants should be transplanted to larger pots. Trim away larger leaves.