- Full cycle
- Harvest time
- Flowering stage
- Budding phase
- Maturity period
1. What is 12/12 in terms of cannabis cultivation?
12/12 refers to the light cycle used during the flowering stage of cannabis cultivation. It means that the plants are exposed to 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness each day.2. Why is 12/12 important for cannabis plants?
The 12/12 light cycle is important for cannabis plants because it signals the plant to start producing flowers. During the vegetative stage, cannabis plants require more light to grow and develop, but during the flowering stage, they need a shorter light cycle to trigger the production of buds.3. How long should I keep my cannabis plants on a 12/12 light cycle?
The length of time that cannabis plants should be kept on a 12/12 light cycle depends on the strain and the desired outcome. Generally, the flowering stage lasts between 8-12 weeks, but some strains may require longer or shorter periods. It’s important to monitor the plants closely and adjust the light cycle as needed to ensure optimal growth and yield.