Marijuana buds are higher in THC than other parts of the plant and are sold at a premium. As marijuana has been increasingly bred to produce more buds, you may find this type of marijuana in your home. It is probably much more potent than the average street-grade weed.
Even if you live in a jurisdiction where marijuana is legal, there are age restrictions and your child can end up on the wrong side of the law. You should prepare to have a conversation with your child about the risks involved in using or selling marijuana when underage.
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If your child is using marijuana, you may be likely to find rolled joints of marijuana cigarettes. You may also find rolling papers. Your child may claim that these are hand-rolled tobacco cigarettes, which would also be a concern.
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If you see plants like this growing around your home, chances are they did not just pop-up in the wild—they were purposely cultivated. Cannabis plants have a palmate leaf with serrated leaflets. You are likely to recognize them from popular art. While there are plants with similar leaves, the serration pattern for Cannabis is distinctive.
These pictures show marijuana, also known as cannabis or weed, in varying stages of growth, processing, and use. You may be concerned about plants you find growing in and around your home. Or, you may wonder whether what you discovered in your child’s room is marijuana or indicates your child may be using marijuana.
Marijuana is dried and chopped up to prepare it for use and sale. The stems are usually removed.
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Parents may want to know what marijuana looks like in all stages of development and use. See photos that can help you check what you find at home.
Nice SCROG! You really filled up the net!
Thanks so much for the article on Photography / send pics which I re-read: Pulled out the DSLR, set it to RAW, Tungsten, adjusted Kelvin and then was able to refine it in Photoshop.
I used grow stones for medium (liked, and will use again).
My two clones in DWC 🙂 Hope you like!
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We had to start with this one! It showcases the very beginning of a cannabis plant’s life, when the first cotyledon leaves have burst from the shell and are experiencing the outside world for the first time!
I’m lucky enough to live in Colorado and have been growing my own cannabis for the last two years. I discovered your site about a year ago and have employed “mainlining and defoliation” ever since!
Thanks for the info on foxtailing. Pic is a Russian Fuel about 20 days from harvest, she grew foxtails on top of fox tails. This was a window grow while I was waiting for the greenhouse season this spring. Never grew one like this.
Although the performance of both lights are good, I prefer the A-51’s as they run cooler, quieter, and are much easier to manipulate.
Reader Growing Pics 2015 Collection by GrowWeedEasy.com readers Lots of growers send in pictures of their growing cannabis plants to GWE, and we wanted to share some of their amazing pictures