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Easily Grow Cannabis at Home: : Different Greenhouse Sizes

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In this video I will explain the most important differences between growing Autoflower & Photoperiod marijuana plants. I will also explain the different sizes of Greenhouses I will be growing in, so you can decide which size is best for yourself.

Autoflowers are known for having a very quick harvesting time as it only take 9-10 weeks before they are finished growing, while a photoperiod plant can take 3-4 months to finish.

The difference is in yields per plant. Autoflowers tend to be only a couple feet tall max, so they yield less than a photoperiod plant.

Another big difference between Autos and Photoperiod plants is their lighting schedule. Autoflowers need 18+ hours of light for their entire life cycle, while Photos need 18+ in Veg & 12/12 in Flower.

Cannabis growing can seem like a really daunting and expensive activity, but it is much easier than you think! The GreenBox Grown video series breaks down each step of your grow and really simplifies the process, making it easy to follow. You will also learn how to grow on a budget so you don’t have to break the bank to get started! No matter what your growing experience may be, if you follow the GreenBox Grown series, you are guaranteed a successful harvest! Always have a supply of cannabis when you Grow Your Own.

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