Growing cannabis in winter

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Planting marijuana during the winter

Growing cannabis in winter can be difficult for several reasons, such as lack of sunlight or low temperatures. The ideal temperature range for cannabis plants is between 18 and 25 degrees Cº throughout the day, temperatures difficult to reach during a winter in Barcelona, for example.

If you want to grow in winter, for a start we recommend using a flower pot, as they offer some insulation and convenience. They can be placed in a hole dug in the ground. In this way, the pots will remain dry even during storms. 

While you can grow cannabis during the winter, if you are looking for good yields, indoors is the way to go. Not only does it reduce the risk of wasting seeds or clones, growing indoors is also a great way to try new techniques and experiment, which will make you a better grower.


Cannabis seeds for winter planting

When growing cannabis indoors, you can use feminized seeds. These seeds produce strong, female plants with dense flowers. In contrast, regular seeds produce an equal number of male and female plants. By eliminating half of the regular seeds, you will drastically reduce the probability of having to sacrifice a male plant.

If you are looking for cannabis strains that produce high yields and have a pleasant taste and aroma, we recommend Blueberry. This plant has a heavenly taste and produces between three and six ounces of cannabis per square foot. Blueberry seeds are a great choice for beginners. These plants are easy to grow, produce high yields and have an excellent calyx-to-leaf ratio. It is also a good choice for pain management and is becoming increasingly popular among marijuana connoisseurs. Its potency makes it one of the most popular strains on the market.


To harvest cannabis in winter, you should keep it in a warm and dry place. You should periodically check the water levels in your plants and avoid overwatering them. During the winter, your cannabis plants need a minimum of eight hours of sunlight each day to reach the flowering stage. After the flowering stage, you should monitor their nutritional status. If the levels of these nutrients are low, the plant may become stressed and lose its green color.

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