I am a first time grower. Planted 6 seeds I found from my bag of weed. I planted seeds in small individual containers with compost in my greenhouse and I covered them so they were in darkness. 2 of them have germinated within 3 days. Now I have moved the germinated seeds to bigger pots and set them in the sunlight.
Is it possible that I could grow these in my greenhouse without using grow lights etc? I am also hoping to 'disguise' them between actual weeds so my family don't notice! I live in UK so I'm not sure if we get enough sunlight for them to grow in the greenhouse. We have great tomato plants so I have been told marijuana grows in similiar conditions?
Yeah you will be able to grow in a green house no bother, check the outdoor section
Might be a bit late but nows better than never i suppose!
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like budman says , may be a bit late but stick em in and see what happens, and good luck trying to hide them from the family as its pretty hard not to know what a weed plant looks like amongst tomatoes, lol
LOL yes indeed. However, we have a large greenhouse and its pretty messy with weeds and we also have large Mint plants which are tall and look like nettles. I was thinking of hiding them in there!
you got more chance of being struck by lightning than any chance of hiding them, they will grow quite large and smell unlike tomatos or mint, pmsl
have a look at links on gurilla grows, ie why dont you find a spot somewhere secluded away from your greenhouse and plant them there.
Thanks for pissing yourself laughing at me!
All the same, I am convinced that my dad wouldnt have a clue what a marijuana plant looks like!! I can't plant them indoors because of the smell and I cant plant outdoors as it wouldnt be hot enough.
lol, what do you mean its not hot enough, are you from the uk or alaska?
i grow green house and straight to soil outside and do alright, this is a great site with plenty of info, i suggest you do some hardcore surfing and see whats what,.
outdoor grown plants will be ready sep/oct time so the cold aint a problem untill the first frost,
im not laughing at you i just find it amusing brings back memories of my first attempts some 15 years ago.
no matter how silly you think the question still ask it and people will try to help you out but do yourself a favour and do some research into growing weed.
Not quite alaska, but I live in Northern Ireland and it is quite likely our summer is over already! I will continue in greenhouse and maybe try transplanting outdoors when they have grown abit. Thanks for the advice!
there are people growing in northern scotland who still produce a smoke with thier weather,
all you can do is try my friend,
it will work out for you or it wont.
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