Learn to Grow

Welcome to the resource center of Atlas Plant Trainer, where you can learn to grow your own medical marijuana or recreational cannabis at home. We take you step by step through the process, starting at cutting clones all the way through harvest time, trimming and curing your final product. Each section has notes and a video, with buttons at the bottom of the page to lead you right into the next step. We keep it simple, and tell you exactly how to perform each task in order to make it easier on you, the grower! With our guidance, and the use of Atlas Plant Trainer, you will undoubtedly experience bigger, healthier plants and the biggest yields you’ve ever had!

We also have our “Grow Off Series” of videos available to watch, where we bring you weekly updates from our grow rooms so you can learn more from the inventor and c0-founder of Atlas Plant Trainer, Rob Smith. 

Don’t forget, we also offer our “Plant Trainer Tuesday” – a weekly webinar series all about how to get the most out of your Atlas Plant Trainer sets! Sign up here so you don’t miss the next session!

PHASE 1: Cutting Clones

Having the ability to cut a clone from a mother plant whose genetic makeup, potency, cannabinoid levels, and effects have been established saves you time and money.

PHASE 2: Transplanting Clones

In Phase Two, we will be transplanting clones which we have cut in Phase One. If you are like us and you are using multiple nutrient systems, be sure to separate your clones in the veg room to ensure they receive the individual care and attention they require. Keep in mind that old saying less is more.

PHASE 3: First Plant Food & Water

In Phase Three we will be giving our clones their first plant food and water.  Discover how using multiple nutrient systems can increase yields from every plant, every harvest, every season!

PHASE 4: Lollipopping

The purpose of lollipopping is to encourage your plants to direct energy and resources to the parts of the plant that are receiving the best light and air flow. By removing excess plant material, the rest of the plant will benefit from better energy resulting in increased growth and a stronger plant.

PHASE 4: Topping v FIM’ing

Topping v FIM’ing – What’s right for you and your plants? Learn how to do both, why they are important and then you get to decide which is best for you and when it’s best for your plants! It’s an easy process, so don’t be scared!

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