Regular seed bearing seasons in your region can greatly improve your crop yield. However, it’s not enough to just get seeds. You also need to ensure that you get the right kind of plants. Here are some tips on what kinds of cannabis plants to grow.
Regular seed bearing plants are best suited as a crop for your vegetable garden or lawn. You can also make this a family activity wherein each member gets to share in the harvest. Regular seeds need to provide a full historical average of female flowers and male flowers. This will differ depending on climatic conditions and luck. Usually, most times the annual average would be 4-6 male plants per 10 mature seeds produced by the cannabis plant.
If you are growing cannabis from seeds, then feminized seeds are the way to go. When feminized, the plants don’t have to continue producing miniature versions of the flower petals in order to keep up with the flowering cycle. With regular seed-bearing plants, the miniature flowers are required to continuously reproduce themselves in order to keep up with the seasonal flowering cycle. When this doesn’t happen, the plant will eventually stop producing flowers and the flowering cycle will stop. In essence, these feminized seeds allow the plant to skip the flowering stage altogether.
Aside from allowing female plants to skip the flowering stage completely, regular seed-bearing plants also allow the growers to harvest a higher volume of produce. The reason behind this is that when the plants grow feminized, they are better able to resist diseases. These traits are also passed down to future generations. This means that the feminized cannabis seeds passed down from the growers are less susceptible to diseases. Additionally, farmers are able to increase the production rate of their crop because females are able to grow at a faster rate. The higher yield from feminized cannabis seeds means more money for the growers.
Aside from being resistant to disease and harsh conditions, these cannabis seeds also provide higher quality buds. The regular seeds used to produce cannabis often have lower quality genetics compared to those that are feminized. Mother plants take up to four years to produce a high-quality crop. However, when Mother Nature makes her move and fends off an enemy known as male cannabis seeds, the process becomes faster.
When it comes to growing cannabis, one of the best things to have at hand is seed Feminization. There are some reasons why regular seeds may not always be successful. One reason is that some of the genetic counterparts of regular seeds may also be resistant to heat and weather conditions. However, this is not the case when it comes to feminized seeds. This is because these seeds do not contain male DNA. This means that the plant will be more susceptible to harmful insects and pests.
With this in mind, it is important for the grower to make sure that the chosen feminized variety has been crossbred with a crossbreed that contains a good balance of male and female genetics. It would also help if the chosen crossbreed has some of the characteristics of both the parents of the cannabis seeds. The two types of chromosomes can produce a specific type of plant. Crossbreeding helps make sure that the desired outcome of the plant will occur. It also provides the grower with a greater chance of developing crops that have high quality genetics. When crossbreeding certain strains of cannabis, the crop will also be stronger, healthier, and have a wider range of uses.
When the regular seed and the feminized seeds are mixed together and sowed, it may take up to six months for the plants to develop. The time frame may vary based on the amount of heat and moisture that the growing medium has. During this time, it is important to water only the area of the plant that is growing. A regular seed and feminized cannabis plant begin to grow and produce seeds in about nine months. When planning to harvest the plants, timing is of utmost importance.