Regular cannabis plants are usually produced by the pollen of a male cannabis flower fertilising a female cannabis plant. The joining of female and male chromosomes allows the production of regular cannabis flowers. However, if the grower wants to grow regular cannabis without any female flowers then he or she has to be able to deal with the complex process of seed making.
The first step involved in this process is called autoflowering and this involves using feminised seeds to produce the flowers. Autoflowering is not necessary for producing female flowers because they are self-fertile and therefore are not necessary when growing cannabis without any buds.
When the feminised seeds are ready to be planted into a cannabis bed, they need to be separated from the cannabis flower buds as they are fragile and cannot survive being planted in the same pot together. This can be achieved by removing them from the original pot and placing them into another pot which has been left unbroken. It should be kept in mind that these seeds will eventually need to be removed from their original containers and re-grown, so it is best to be aware of this before planting the seeds into a new cannabis pot.
Once the feminised seeds have been removed from their containers, they need to be placed back in the original pot. The process of removing the feminised seeds from their containers and placing them back into their original containers is known as ‘filling’.
The next step is to insert the feminised seed into the bottom of the container, below the bud. After this is done, the seed will need to be watered, although care should be taken not to over-water the seed as this can cause the seed to rot. After this is completed, the seed should be covered with a sheet of damp cloth or other material which will keep the seeds moist and prevent them from getting burned. If you do burn the seed, it will take quite a while for it to sprout back.
The seed will need to be placed in a dark, dry place and the moisture needs to be maintained at a minimum as too much moisture is harmful. It is also a good idea to check on a daily basis whether the moisture levels in the container have risen because it can mean that the seed has begun to rot.
Care should be taken not to grow the marijuana plants too close to each other, as the growing conditions will only get worse and the marijuana plants may start to smell and look damaged. Growers should ensure that they have a minimum of two growing pots and not more than three.
There is also a rule of thumb when it comes to deciding when it is necessary to switch from one growing pot to the next. The rule of thumb is that if a seed is not yielding or producing any leaves, it is then a good idea to shift to a new one and try again. This should be done every four weeks, and the growers should be aware of what stage of the flowering phase the seeds are in. if it is in the flowering phase, then the next crop is to be grown should be placed directly on top of the previous crop.
In order to ensure that the regular seed is growing correctly, the growers need to water the plant regularly. Watering the plant can be difficult during the flowering phase, so it is advisable to place a small amount of water inside the flowerpot, which will then trickle out into the bottom of the pot. This can then be re-trained and used to water the seed on a daily basis.
The weed barrier should be regularly inspected, and it is important to remove any weeds that may be growing in the seed. This is especially true if the weed barrier has already been in place for some time and there are many weed seeds in the system.
When growing regular cannabis, it is very important to monitor the plant and fertilise it on a regular basis. Fertilising the plants after every two weeks is generally enough, but it is also important to ensure that the seeds are not watered, as this can prevent the seeds from germinating.