Regular seed packets are among the most important of the marijuana growing kits. They are your first clues as to what type of plant you have. While they are not absolutely necessary to start growing, they do make things a little easier if you are still uncertain about how to go about things.
Regular seed packets usually come from one male plant and one female plant. It’s almost impossible to determine which gender a regular seed will become, so it’s best to start with your seeds just to see what type you have. Of course, once you get into the flowering phase, it’s much easier to identify which gender your plants are going to be. In most cases, feminized seeds are crossbred with regular seeds in order to create feminized plants.
While it’s usually not necessary, feminized cannabis seeds also make for a lighter plant. Because they contain only one set of chromosomes, feminized plants have a lower chance of being too heavy or too dense. This is why it’s not recommended that you just buy any ol’ seed packet and start growing. Before long, the plants that you’ve grown in your pot will be too heavy, and you’ll end up having to cut them back or just give them away.
Before growing cannabis plants, you should familiarize yourself with their life cycle. The cannabis plant life cycle usually starts off as a small seedling or baby plant. It’s called a seedling because it actually starts life in an egg or somewhere similar to it. It will grow into a plant during its next four years and then bloom for the last year before dying down. The life cycle usually culminates with the flower turning red and then going into a rest at the base of the plant where it will die down completely. These are the basic stages of a cannabis plant life cycle.
However, there are a few things about seedlings that most new growers and seeders aren’t aware of. If you’re growing your own cannabis plants, you have to consider some of these issues because they affect the life of your plants in general. Seedlings that are taken from one plant are more likely to turn out weaker than those that came from many plants, because genetics play a big role.
There are many other factors to take into consideration when choosing which marijuana plant you want to harvest. One of these is the climate where you live in. Some climates are warmer, meaning that marijuana buds and leaves will grow faster and turn out more quickly. Other areas, on the flip side, are colder, which means that it will take longer for the buds to turn color and remain the same size. You’ll also need to think about the growing requirements that you have for the plant as well.
Knowing how much room you have for your cannabis seeds is important. You should know that different plants grow best in different growing mediums. If you’re growing indoors, you probably only have room for a handful of marijuana plants, so you need to make sure that you can support each one properly. On the other hand, if you live outside, you might be able to grow an entire garden using a simple garden plan. This might mean that you cut back on the size of your seeds, but this is still a better solution than allowing a weed to take over an entire plant, killing it, before it has even had a chance to bloom.
As you can see, there are many factors that go into determining how quickly a cannabis plant grows. Once you know the basics of how to tell the age of your seeds based on their physical appearance, you should start growing cannabis seeds to get the best results possible. If you start growing with care and planning, you can save yourself a lot of time and money, allowing you to enjoy the natural joy of growing your own herb garden instead of harvesting seeds and waiting for them to sprout. Good luck!