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In this lesson, Jack gives some advice on being patient with your plants.
Hello there, welcome back, and in this lesson I’d like to talk about patience, because patience is a virtue, my grandma would say.
And you know what? I think she was right, because when we grow plants we need patience. And sometimes the temptation is to pick up our plants, and to touch them, and to move them around, and to give them more fertilizer, and you know the plants don’t really like any of that. In fact, it probably slows them down because it stresses them. So really just let the plants do their thing. Give them water, give them fertilizer when they need it, but otherwise leave them alone. You’re not a hunter in this game, you’re not out for a quick kill. You’re more like a farmer, and there’s nothing you can do to “hurry up” your plants. So then maybe this is a great opportunity to practice patience. Because patience is a good life skill to have, and maybe this is just another way Cannabis makes our lives better and helps us be better people.
Okay, I hope to see you in the next video!
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