When shopping for marijuana or cannabis, be sure to get regular seed so that you will have a consistently high quality crop every single time. Some varieties of cannabis only bloom for a short period of time each year, but others are known to produce plants that span many years. Regular seeds from breeders that are known for producing consistently high-quality crops will ensure a steady stream of high-quality plants every single year.
Sativa and indica are two types of cannabis plants that are most often used to produce high-quality cannabis. Regular seeds from these two strains should yield a comparable percentages of female and male plants. This can also vary depending on environmental and luck factors.
One of the major differences between indica and sativa is the frequency with which they grow. Indica plants tend to flower and die quickly during their first year of growth. On the other hand, sativa plants take a longer period of time to bloom and mature. Genetics plays a major role in the production of indica and sativa, as it has been determined that the production of these plants is influenced by the type of soil, nutrient-level, and temperature. The type of climate as well as the amount of light are believed to affect the production of regular seeds. Some people believe that regular seeds from certain strains do better in colder climates and that indices do best in warmer climates.
While some strains produce large amounts of strong-quality female and male flowers, others produce small amounts of female flowers. For this reason, seeds from indices are considered to be weaker than those from sativa plants. Another factor affecting the strength of the cannabis pollen is the maturity of the plant. After a plant has reached its flowering period, its pollen starts to lose its potency. Mature plants are more powerful than seed plants that are still in the flowering stage.
When it comes to potency, some of the most potent strains are Africanized, Afghanica, Hawaiian and Moroccan. All of these have been crossed with indices and have been grown indoors. The hybrid varieties have had their flowering times extended to 9 weeks, allowing them to mature at the same time as their indoor counterparts. Since the plants have had their flowering time prolonged, they produce much more buds during each harvest. When grown indoors, these strains are even more potent.
Even though a majority of cannabis plants are grown indoors, it is not uncommon for individuals to find outdoor cannabis available at specialty shops. The best strain to choose for outdoor growing would be one that produces large amounts of leaves per unit of area. The taller the plants, the more leaves they will produce per unit of area. These taller plants can also handle high temperatures without fear of being damaged. It is best to choose a favorite outdoor strain so that indoor and outdoor crops can share the same conditions and reap the rewards of high quality yield.
Some of the best indica plants grow tall because of their resistance to wind and cold. Taller plants can also handle drought a lot better than their shorter counterparts. In order to maximize the production of buds, it is crucial to understand how each of the major classes of cannabis plants work. Indoor plants can be trained to produce more and bigger buds in order to produce a more intense body buzz. Outdoor plants can be trained to produce smaller buds and to handle heat and cold much better.
To complement the intense body buzz offered by taller cannabis, some experts prefer adding a hint of hay-z to their brew. Jay-z is a unique herb that is a cross between indica and sativa plants. It has a unique sweet flavor that some users find very pungent and some consider flat, clean flavor. When added during the drying process, it helps to reduce smoke output and creates a rich taste in the end. Most experts agree that good old fashion freshness trumps the artificial flavors provided by most manufactured cannabis seeds.