Winter is coming! But, of course, fall will get here first and with it the harvest. As summer draws to a close what can I do to prepare my plants? I’ve already started noticing white hairs on my ladies and I want to give them every advantage. I’m growing in a greenhouse and have plenty of vertical space for them to grow.
John Not Snow
You’re right to give your plants every bit of help you can they will reward you with better buds. I suggest starting by pruning out any excess leaves and smaller growth that will tax nutrients from the developing buds and colas. Next, set up support stakes and/or netting to support the branches and the buds grow heavier. You don’t want a branch to sag out of favorable light or break. You may want to give a final organic pest spraying and clean/disinfect the greenhouse to prevent any last minute mold or fungus. If you haven’t already switch any nutrients to a formula lower in nitrogen and higher in phosphorus. These things will help your plants live up to their full potential.
Keep warm Mr. Not Snow,