Growing White Wisteria and Strawngarden Indoors – Essential Tips For Fast Results
Regular seeds are created when a healthy male cannabis plant pollens a female cannabis flower. Female flowers are released by ripe, flowering buds and blown by the gusty wind (or by a careful hand of some breeder). Once the flowers have been opened, they begin to dry, which often seals the inside of the flower. The tiny red berries, called sativa, are then able to absorb water, usually from succulents such as tomatoes, into their flesh. When these berries have completely soaked up water, they are ready to form regular seeds.
Although some strains of cannabis cannot tolerate the light cycle of its natural habitat, some can endure it to the point that they can be used as regular seed. However, since these seeds have no chance to develop through the normal growing process, most plants which possess them must be fed regularly or they will stunt the plant’s growth. Most of these “regular seeds” are useless for consumption, since they lack the capacity to reproduce themselves. Others, however, will germinate and may then produce viable seeds to be harvested for sale or for planting in another variety of cannabis.
Some hybrid cannabis plants, especially those with greater than normal proportions of feminized seeds, are in turn susceptible to light damage. This damage occurs when the flowering top of the plant is exposed to the full spectrum of light. This includes everything from full sun to low light or “nightlight”. Since regular seeds cannot tolerate such a change, feminized plants are made to tolerate the full spectrum of light. Often this means a reduction in watering as well.
Another way to protect against heat damage to feminized cannabis seeds is to let them go until they are completely dry. Storing these seeds in a cool place during the process of germination will ensure that they will be able to withstand the stresses of high temperatures. The best place to store these seeds is in a dry cloth in a dark place, away from direct sunlight, air conditioning, or heat lamps. The next best choice is to store them in a plastic bag inside a damp cloth. Any source of moisture should be avoided, including water stored in a saucer, newspaper, or damp tea bags.
Another way to protect against heat damage to feminized seeds is to ensure that you cultivate your feminized seeds at a very slow rate. If you start them out too quickly, they will not have time to get going properly. Germination takes about three weeks, and even slower germination can be achieved over the same period. Cultivating slow-growing strains will allow you to control the yield of the plants. The slower-flowering female plants will flower more slowly and mature earlier.
While it is possible to cultivate feminized seeds, this method does not work well with fast-growing male plants. In addition, it takes more patience to grow feminized seeds using this method because you must wait for the male plant to go through its psp phase. When the male plant comes out of the pupal stage, it is covered with pollen and will pollinate all of the female plants surrounding it. This can cause a lot of problems.
Cultivating feminized seeds using a piece of jewelry is one of the best ways to keep them protected from heat. It is also the safest way. You can purchase jewelry made of special care-made glass that will not shatter when it hits the ground. This type of jewelry is specifically designed to avoid damage to regular seeds. If you grow fast-growing ones, consider purchasing glass jars that fit securely on the outside of your grow tent.
White Wisteria and Strawngarden are two popular varieties that are used in high-end cannabis genetics. They can be grown in most soil conditions, but are better planted in full sun or half shade. The following information should help you in planning your indoor growing environment. Keep in mind that the type of plant that you grow will greatly determine the temperature, light, and moisture levels that it will require. Make sure to keep your seedlings healthy by feeding them with the proper nutrients and water based on their needs.