Everything You Need To Know About Photoperiod Cannabis

Everything You Need To Know About Photoperiod Cannabis

Imagine you’re a cannabis plant in the summertime. The days are long, the sun is shining and you’re in photosynthesis heaven. You grow tall, you grow bushy and you’re sure the good times are never going to end. Until you notice a change in the air. The days start getting shorter and you can no longer gorge yourself on sunlight. Maybe you don’t want to believe it at first, but eventually you have to accept that autumn is approaching and your time is running out. You need to start making plans for after you’re gone, so you go into bloom, developing flowers so that you can reproduce and pass on your genetics (I forgot to mention, you’re a female). Now imagine you’re a human who grows cannabis (you can be any gender). You know that your plants grow in size when they have lots of light each day, and that they flower when they receive less than a certain number of hours of daylight. Naturally, you want to take advantage of this in order to maximise your harvest, which means you need to understand a thing or two about photoperiods. What Is A Photoperiod? Indoor cannabis plant The term photoperiod refers to the balance between daylight and darkness in a 24-hour period. You’ll often hear cannabis growers talking about a 12-hour (or 12/12) photoperiod, which means 12 hours of light followed by 12 hours of darkness. Some plants, like garden peas, are known as long-day plants, which means they flower…

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