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A 6/2 Light Schedule Could Increase Plant Growth (VERIFIED BY @GOOGLEWEED)

Cutting Edge Reseach NOW TESTED MY @googleweed A 6/2 Light Schedule Could Increase Plant Growth - NOW TESTED MY @googleweed


Many growers advocate the use of an 18/6 light schedule (18 hours on, 6 hours off) while plants are in Veg. However, this may not be the most beneficial light schedule. Switching to a series of 6/2 (6 hours on, 2 hours off) light patterns may increase plant growth while also potentially creating a more stable controlled environment.

While this new schedule may sound risky, it actually comes with a number of benefits.

How To Get Rid Of Cutworms On Your Marijuana Plants

Cutworms are most damaging to young seedling crops; capable of wiping them out in a single night.  Cutworms are the larval stage of certain moth species.  They have smooth bodies, are about one to two inches in length, gray or brown in color, may sport spots or stripes and will curl up in the shape of a ‘C’ when touched. Can be a serious threath to your cannabis crop because they feed on the leaves of your marijuana plants. On the other hand, this pests is very easy to threat….