Regular seed packets and trim have a lot to do with the high quality of buds you will receive when growing your own cannabis. Indica and sativa seeds are very rare, but are also some of the most desirable. While there are many hybrids out there, Indicas and Sativa produce the finest quality buds and have a lot more “body” than their cousin the cannabis from strains like Jackknife, Train Smoke, etc.
Regular seeds contain endless possibilities for cultivators to experiment with. Both of these varieties are relatively new inventions when you think about how humans have grown cannabis for thousands of years. The best way to describe indica and sativa are” indica-hippie” and “sativa-hippie.” indica-hippie is a hybrid between the cannabis plant and the herb ginger. Sativa-hippie is a cross between sativa and the popular herb black cohosh.
In the case of indica-hippie, the plant features a large “indicator flower” called the “Horny Goat Weed.” This is actually the female counterpart of the “indica plant,” which is what produces the herb. The indica flowers at the beginning of flowering time and slowly blooms for the next six weeks. It then dies off. The “horny goat weed” itself is a small purple, fragrant plant.
Sativa-hippies have another feature that sets them apart: they stay pretty much all throughout the year, producing very heavy buds in every season. Some Sativa-hops will even stay pretty throughout the entire growing season, producing massive quantities of buds every year. It is not uncommon for growers to harvest late in the year, take the seeds indoors and replant in the spring. When they do this, the plants stay pretty much all through out the following growing season. That means you can get some serious “buds” throughout the year. These buds mature quickly and are ready to harvest when they are about three inches tall.
While indica-hippies and sativa-hops will produce regular seeds, they do have their differences. Indica-hippies are a bit easier to care for and grow, making them popular with people who just want to experience the “indica” taste without having to worry about anything else. Sativa-hops and regular seeds can be tough to grow. Growing them requires a significant amount of care, making it something that many farmers/growers choose to avoid. They also require more frequent harvesting because of their large size.
When it comes to growing cannabis, females are almost always the way to go. It is very common to find female plants in cultivation, as compared to male plants. The reason is because the female plants produce most of the “THC”, which makes it much easier for you to consume. Female plants produce lesser” CBD” (Cannabidiol) but produce a higher amount of” THC”.
Some great tips for growing cannabis genetics with regular seeds: – Get help from a friend or a grower who is knowledgeable about plants; – Try crossing different cannabis genetics; – Keep the plant healthy; – Don’t over-fertilize; – Be patient; – Train and adjust your mind. Of course these are just some pointers from many experienced growers and breeders. There is still a lot more information to learn and take in, so look around and you might just find what you have been looking for.
When it comes to growing the buds, Indicas, Hawaiian Papaver somnifera and Cinderella are by far the most popular. However, if you are looking for a hybrid variety, such as Lemon Skunk or Cheese Cat, which is the cross between two indica strains, then you can get them from breeders. The only downside to buying hybrid plants is that they will not have the same powerful effects as a regular one. These are just some tips from growers, breeders and experts. As you grow more experience with the types of flowers you are growing, you will be able to expand this information and get better results from any flower type.