The Differences Between Indoor And Outdoor cannabis strains
The legal age for use of Seed is eighteen years of age or eighteen inclusive, which is the legal age of consent in the respective jurisdiction. The use of Seed by a person who is not a qualified medical practitioner is deemed illegal and void. It is essentially considered as “medical device”, which may be used as a substitute therapy or an additional medication. Although some of the more effective strains of seed are able to provide a better and more profound experience, it should always be treated as a supplement and not an alternative medication.
In general, seed from indica or sativa marijuana strains tend to have more stimulating properties and thus better for weight loss. Indica seed also produces a more intense and long lasting effect. On the other hand, sativa marijuana seeds are more sedative and thus better for insomnia and other types of temporary relaxation. However, despite the fact that most hybrids do well when it comes to losing weight, most studies indicate that overall effects of the substance are minimal in comparison to that of indica and sativa strains.
Landrace strains, however, are highly potent and produce the most dramatic changes in behavior and physical health. This strain is often referred to as “The Original Gourmet.” Landrace strains can affect both children and adults equally and have very few side effects. Some of the common side effects of Landrace marijuana include euphoria, increased confidence, increased sexuality, enhanced immune function, reduced appetite and mood disorders. However, most of these side effects can easily be countered with proper diet and substance abuse treatment.
Sativa or Indian hemp is much better suited for indoor gardening and other outdoor pursuits because of its adaptability. However, when it comes to growing and trimming, this variety is relatively easier to grow and trim than indica or hybrid marijuana. One important factor regarding indoor gardening is the necessity for good air circulation. Indoor grown marijuana plants require more oxygen than those grown outdoors. But since the trimmings used in indoor gardening are not necessary to maintain the ph level of indoor plants, many indoor plants are left with no air purification.
To compensate for the lack of oxygen needed by indoor growers, Sativa and Landrace are typically bred to be more resilient and tolerant to higher temperatures. While their traits make them ideally suited for indoor cultivation, they are susceptible to heat-wave and humidity stress. This makes them less productive than some other popular indoor growers. There are also some concerns about the long-term effects of continuous exposure to these types of conditions, especially for newbies who have little or no experience with indoor growing.
In contrast, auto-flowering and hybrid marijuana strains are designed specifically to withstand these kinds of conditions. Auto-flowering is a process where a female plant is divided and then placed into the right-hand or left-hand chambers of a turning machine to generate new plants. Hybrid strains are created through cross-breeding between indica and sativa strains to create new, desirable traits. Indoor farmers often use indica and sativa strains when they need plants quickly for blooming purposes, although some can grow just fine without them. Indoor growers should avoid hybrid strains unless they are experienced with indoor gardening.
Since hybrid plants have traits common to both indica and sativa, it’s difficult to tell the difference between indica and hybrid crops from afar. However, indoor growers should be careful because some hybrid strains can be extremely tough on pipes, drip trays, and fans, which is why many grow in large terrariums or cages. Indoor growers often prefer strains that can tolerate moisture, fungus, and mold, which are common problems for most indoor gardens. Many hybrid varieties are hypo-allergenic and are commonly used for landscaping or houseplants. Some have a high tolerance for acidity, which makes them good choices for sensitive plants such as acne prone palms.
Many indoor gardeners find it beneficial to crossbred two specific kinds of cannabis strains to produce new, desirable plants. Crossbreeding is possible with most indica and sativa varieties, although many don’t crossbreed at all. Those who do are rewarded with lower prices and greater yields. Hybrids can be screened for physical appearance, height, structure, and disease resistance before being planted, making it easier than ever before to ensure a healthy yield.