Every weed plant grower fantasies about reaping peerless marijuana buds. But an enormous size and yield of marijuana plants can be achieved by adopting appropriate measures.

If you want to acquire a top-quality marijuana harvest to obtain the best marijuana buds, you need to keep in mind some essential points. First of all, find out the type of marijuana plants and have some information on how you can maximize growth.

By taking great care, you can achieve perfect weed plants with high THC content. This guide will outfit you with the information you need to accomplish that objective. Continue reading and figure out how to develop gigantic weed buds.

5 Steps to Grow Peerless Marijuana Buds

1. Obtain Excellent Seeds

It’s simpler to get giant buds when you start with top-quality seeds. Using seeds of excellent genetics should be the top priority while growing the weed plants. On the other hand, if you use poor quality seeds, it will prevent the high-quality yield of the marijuana buds. Thus, put resources into a first-class strain and appreciate the stunning outcomes.

2. Develop Finest Growing Environment

A growing environment plays a vital role in maximizing the yield of marijuana buds. In this section, we’ll discuss some necessary environmental factors to obtain the giant marijuana buds

a. Use an adequate amount of light

Light is the most significant yield boosting factor of marijuana buds. In the presence of light, Plants get more carbon dioxide that converts into advantageous sugars.


Using a 200-watt CFL lamp

average 1.5 to 2.0 oz (3.5 oz for advanced producers)

with a 3.5 x 1.5 x 6.5 ft. grow container

Using a 250-watt CFL lamp

average 3.0 to 5.0 oz (9.0 oz for advanced producers)

with a 3.5 x 1.5 x 6.5 ft. grow container

Using a 400-watt CFL lamp

average 4.0 to 9.0 oz (14.0 oz for advanced producers)

in a 3.5 x 3.5 x 7 ft growing space

Using a 600-watt CFL lamp

average 5.0 to 10.0 oz (21.0 oz for advanced producers)

in a 4 x 4 x 8 ft growing space

Using a 1000-watt CFL lamp

average 9.0 to 18.0 oz (36.0 oz for advanced producers)

in a 5 x 5 x 8 ft grow room (with extra CO2 only)


b. Appropriate Temperature

When the grow lights are on, seedlings and clones grow in temperature 68ºF and 77ºF (20ºC and 25ºC), and 70% relative humidity. As they mature, then increase to a maximum of 82ºF (28ºC).

On the other hand, when the lights are off, the temperature should lie between 59ºF and 72ºF (15ºC and 22ºC).

c. Relative Humidity of Environment

At the 2nd week of vegetation, when they become the seedlings, the absolute value of humidity is 70%. When blossoming begins, decrease the humidity slowly by 65% in the first week of growth to 40% in the last 9th week.

d. CO2 addition

As described above, CO2 is used by weed plants to produce advantageous sugars. During the blossoming stage, this gas turns out to be considerably progressively valuable as it gives the plants extra vitality to make buds.

CO2  requires light to produce its effect. It helps the plant to gain more energy from the light. If you want to increase the CO2  in the room, you need to double the intensity of light. If all these things are done correctly, you can obtain the doubled yield during harvesting time.

Although using CO2  is costly, but you can try indigenous methods. For example, white vinegar and baking soda can be used in the growing room, but they can be harmful if used excessively.


3. Perform Gardening Techniques

To get the maximum yield and peerless marijuana buds, it is essential to use some gardening techniques because many of these techniques help to grow the plant in the best way. If you apply these techniques perfectly, you can obtain the fruitful results.

a. Eliminate the Yellow Leaves

To ensure the healthy and fast-growing of the marijuana plants, remove the yellow leaves as they indicate that the plant is dying. If you do it during the blossoming stage, it will help the buds to absorb the energy and nutrients.

b. Pruning

Pruning is one of the best techniques to increase plant yield. Many farmers adopt it to increase tomato yield. In the pruning process, small shoots between the branches are removed, and all this is done to increase the production of buds.

c. Scroggins

This technique is used to manage the size of the plant by using a screen of green color. In this technique, we place a screen 50 cm above the crop then remove the out when it’s 10 centimeters from the screen. Once the new top grows, please wait until it is 10 centimeters through the screen, then bend it slowly and connect it to the screen.

4. Optimize the Growing medium

It’s essential to provide the seeds with a perfect growing medium that is nutrient-rich. But apart from giving the best mineral, we must also ensure the correct pH and EC values of the medium. This way, we promote healthy growth and development of the roots, so they fully absorb the nutrients. 

a. Ph level

Ph is the abbreviation of potential hydrogen. The pH value shows how high or low the acidity of the soil or water that we use to grow the marijuana plants. To get the best results, keep the ph level to 6 when growing in soil.

b. Electrical Conductivity (EC)

EC level shows how much salt is present in the medium. If there are no salts in the water, then the EC meter shows a value 0. The tap water contains many salts, and that’s why you should not use that water, but instead, add fertilizers. EC is related to the pH level. So, when EC levels increase, pH level decreases, and vice versa.


5. The Right Time for Harvesting

With the right harvesting time, marijuana buds grow in rich size and potency. Mostly because of excitement, many weed plant growers don’t wait to harvest the crop making the mistake of harvesting too early. Marijuana buds can grow 25% more in the last two weeks. So, give the marijuana buds time to grow at their peak.

Typically, the acceptable time to harvest lies in two to three weeks. Harvesting before this period will reduce the yield of marijuana buds, and will result in less potent weed.