As any cannabis grower is fully aware, ensuring that your plant remains in optimal health during its entire life cycle can be a costly and time consuming process. Right from when you plant out your grow, to nurturing your seedlings into maturity, you need to ensure that you create a climate that not only has the right levels of humidity and is pest free, but more importantly contains enough oxygen to support the entire grow process.

First and foremost, you will need to ensure that your plants have enough light and oxygen to ensure that they can photosynthesize. Each and every green plant, from tomatoes to cannabis, needs to complete this complex process to grow and survive. During the Photosynthesis process, plants convert energy from sunlight to chemical energy, crucial during its life cycle. Light transfers electrons from water to carbon dioxide, producing carbohydrates. In an indoor environment this can be difficult to reproduce in particular if you currently possess a lighting system that is less than effective, and are trying to cover several plants at once.

The life cycle of a cannabis plant is relatively short, and can last up to three months from seed to harvest in an indoor grow house environment. This means the development from germination to harvest is fairly rapid, so as a grower you need to make sure that your grow environment is ready and stable during the entire plant life cycle. For this very reason, you will need to ensure that grow house lighting systems are able to support and promote the maturation of your plants, from seed to harvest, promoting Photosynthesis and respiration so that your cannabis crop can grow and mature ready for harvest.

Sprouting seedlings

Marijuana seeds remain dormant until exposed to both water and light, so you need to make sure that your grow house is wet and warm enough for the first few seedlings to break through. It is vital that you keep your grow house well ventilated and warm enough during this period, so that you can ensure the maximum number of seeds possible begin germination. A light wand could provide you with the lighting solutions that your plants need, to ensure that they have a healthy and strong life cycle.

The Pathogen Death Wand is 48 inches long and very easy to install, meaning it can be quickly fitted alongside your current grow house lighting. The wand recreates the missing wavelengths of the Sun’s spectrum, essential during photosynthesis, providing your crop with precise, naturally occurring light. Just as with your current lighting, you can install the Pathogen Death Wand up to 22” away from your plants, ensuring a solid coverage of a 4’ x 4+’ area for your indoor grow house. The Wand provides a light source that can be left switched on for up to 18 hours each day, ensuring that your seedlings continue to respire and photosynthesize during their grow cycle.

First grow cycle

Once your cannabis seedlings have sprouted leaves they are now into their first growth cycle, meaning that they will continue to get bigger until they flower. After a period of three to seven days, you can expect that a healthy cannabis plant will have grown into a seedling, during which it can remain at this stage from three to six weeks. During the ‘adolescent’ stage of your plants’ life, you will need to keep to ensure that your adolescent plants receive enough light, to ensure that respiration continues to occur during the plant grow cycle. The PDe³ delivers combinations of wavelengths of light at different intensities, promoting the natural enhancement of the photosynthesis cycle and reaching the mitochondria of your plants’ cells. The Wand’s energy stimulates production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), a building block of plant life that enables your grow to absorb more water and nutrients making it healthier. These wavelengths also promote life sustaining processes within the plant, ensuring that the natural levels of cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids are at an optimal level during the grow life cycle, ideal as you are continuing to nurture your cannabis plants towards adulthood.

No matter which stage of the grow cycle your plants are at, the moisture levels in your grow house can prove an attractive environment for pests such as Powdery Mildew that can destroy an entire crop in a matter of days. Acting as both a bacteria and a fungus PDW is difficult to kill off, due to the fact that it is a fungal disease. Luckily the Pathogen Death Wand is designed to emit wavelengths that blast bullet-sized light wavelengths across your crop, both eliminating any potential pathogens and stimulating growth. Plus, as you have already installed the wand alongside your grow house lighting, no additional work is needed. Simply switch your lighting on and wait for the PDW to be eradicated.

Adult plants

Now that your plants have reached full maturity and are beginning to flower, you will still need to ensure that they continue to receive enough light to continue to produce a decent harvest. The Wand stimulates certain biochemical reactions of Photosynthesis, making the process even more efficient, helping to produce a stronger, healthier grow and higher yield from your grow house. Once your plants have reached an optimal height, and are pest free, you can begin to harvest. The flowering cycle of your grow will begin as soon as you change your light cycles from 18 to 12 hours per day. Luckily the Wand may be positioned and moved around to meet with your grow house needs, meaning that you can reposition your light source during your entire grow cycle, if needs be.

Each and every phase of the cannabis plant has its own environment and requirements to ensure that you obtain a good harvest. Remember that you will need to maintain an optimal grow environment at all times, to ensure that your plants have a long life and produce a high yield. So, it is vital that your lighting is on point to ensure that Photosynthesis and respiration occurs in your controlled grow environment.

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