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Croptober: The Guide to Cultivation

Croptober is the time of year when growers around the world get their harvest game on. If you’re in the emerald triangle, golden triangle, or somewhere else, now is the time to start reaping the rewards of your bountiful garden. This guide will teach you everything you need to know about cropping cannabis like a pro!

What is Croptober?

The cannabis industry has dubbed October Croptober. In the northern hemisphere, this means sowing seeds and transplants, while in the southern hemisphere it’s time to start harvesting. Croptober is also a great time to learn about cultivation and get your hands dirty!

Why is Croptober Important?

Croptober is important because it’s the start of the fall cropping season. This is because the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer, which means that flowering plants will soon be ripe for harvest.

Northern Hemisphere - Preparation for Winter

Now is also the time to start preparing your garden for winter. If you’re in the northern hemisphere, Croptober is the time to sow greenhouse and cold frame seeds and transplants. This means sowing seeds and transplants to give them a head start on the growing season. Also, start mulching and covering your plants to protect them from the cold.

How Do I Harvest My Crop?

The first step is to determine when your crop is ready to harvest. This can be done by observing the trichomes, or resin glands, on the buds. When these glands are clear, the THC levels are low, and the plant is not yet ready to harvest. As the trichomes turn from clear to amber, the THC levels increase, and the plant is ready to harvest.

Once you’ve determined that your crop is ready to harvest, the next step is to cut down the plants and hang them upside down to dry. This process can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks, depending on the humidity and temperature of your drying environment. Once the plants are dried, they can be trimmed and cured for storage.

Curing is an important step in preserving your weed crop, as it allows the THC levels to increase and provides a better taste and smell when consuming the buds. Curing also helps to prevent mold and mildew from growing on your weed. To cure your weed, simply place it in an airtight container and store it in a cool, dark place for some time.

No matter where you are in the world, Croptober is a great time to learn about cultivation. And there you have it – everything you need to know about cropping weed like a pro! So, get out there and get your hands dirty this Croptober!

Happy cropping!

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