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Written by Neal Brown . Updated: February 27, 2021

Grow Schedule for Soil Growers

Whether it is for medical or recreational purposes, growing cannabis can be a rewarding experience. However, not all cannabis is created equal, and growing mediocre plants can leave a person wishing for more. When planning to grow, it is essential to stick to a well-designed grow schedule that caters to the growing medium a person is using. This article will discuss the best grow schedule for maximum yield when growing in soil.


The best marijuana plants are grown from American seeds. They have the most robust genetics and the most resilient plants, giving growers the highest yields possible with minimal problems along the way. The first step in growing a plant in soil is seed germination, which can be done in a few different ways.

Directly in Soil

When a person is growing cannabis in soil, one of the simplest ways to germinate seeds is directly in the soil in which they intend to grow their plants. Doing it this way protects the delicate, freshly germinated seeds from damage during planting. It is the preferred method of germination for most growers, as it is straight-forward and requires minimal care.

To germinate our chronic seeds in soil, fill a container about the size of a small cup with lightly fertilized soil that has a pH of 6. Push a finger about a quarter of an inch deep into the soil and drop in a few seeds. Lightly cover the seeds with soil, being careful not to pack the soil down. Using a spray bottle filled with distilled or spring water, spray the soil until it is soaked. Growers will see seedlings pop up within five to seven days.

Water Germination

Another popular method of germinating seeds is by submerging them in water. This method allows growers to identify which seeds are viable and which are duds at a glance. In as little as two to three days, growers will see the shells of their cannabis seeds soften, and taproots emerge.

To germinate using the water method, fill a cup with distilled or spring water, and allow it to reach room temperature. Place the cannabis seeds inside the cup and keep it in a location with a stable temperature of about 68 degrees Fahrenheit. Once a taproot emerges, these seeds will need to be planted in the soil immediately to avoid drowning.

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