Growing cannabis with feminized seeds
You can grow marijuana from regular seed but there are also some specific growing techniques which you should follow. It’s important to keep in mind that marijuana is a very potent plant and needs a lot of care if you want to grow it indoors. There are some important tips you need to follow when growing marijuana from seed. These are:
Genetics is one of the major factors for indoor growing. If you have a low male sex chromosome your chances of getting a female plant are low. The ratio for female-to-male growth with regular seed is about 1-to-2 (about 66% male). In order to avoid this you should germinate some extra seeds especially to create the female side of the plant.
Grow bigger plants compared to your regular marijuana seeds. Some of the regular marijuana seeds are quite large so it’s better to grow these plants inside instead of out. These seeds won’t germinate properly if they’re grown too small. It would be better to grow a big plant first and then transfer all of your smaller seeds to it. This way you’ll avoid wasting resources.
Autoflowering seeds has a female plant that produces a flower in the middle part of the plant. This flower is called the mother plant and the other half is called the autoflowering root system. Autoflowering plants tend to be more sensitive when it comes to hot weather. The mother plant will shut down its flowering process if the temperature goes above seventy degrees. To increase the amount of time it spends under heat you can place a little bit of fertilizer or horticultural oil on the bottom of your pot.
Indica plants also have different needs than your normal seeds. The flowers of an indica plant do not grow as large as those of a regular marijuana seed. The roots of an indica plant are actually longer than its height. The leaves of an indica plant grow in clusters instead of in a linear shape like that of a regular seed. If you’re going to try growing indicas you’ll want to buy the seeds from a reputable source since you have a higher risk of germination.
A few of the most popular varieties of feminized seeds are described below. Sativa, An indica and Hyoscyamus. If you’re not sure which of these three choices is for you, then check out our gallery of cannabis flowers. The hybrid between the two varieties known as An indica and Hyoscyamus sitiva is often referred to ashybrid. Hybrid between the two selections known as Hyoscyamus sativa is considered more stable and produces buds that produce a lot more substance. This particular variety is often used to produce strains of high quality cannabis.
If you’re looking for the least desirable of the cannabis seeds available there’s still some left. Some of the least desirable types of seeds are described below. Anemone-Vitis, Apistan indica, Arjun, Carrot apple, Dandelion, Fennel, Gresham, Horseradish, Lemon balm, Lemon verbena, Papaver somnifera, Pigtail, Rosa romantica, St. John’s wort and Viking. Not only do some of these plants have very poor producing qualities they also have some of the highest rates of weed occurrence among all strains of cannabis plant.
In order to control the weeds in a garden with feminized seeds just remember to use herbicides! Other than the weeds mentioned above you should only apply the herbicide once each month during the growing season, but remember to check the container to make sure you didn’t miss any of the females that went into storage during last summer’s frost. It’s also a good idea to feed your plants before you put them into storage. I’ve also found that the less expensive feminized seeds don’t smell as nice as their male counterparts, so if you’re using cheap seeds it’s definitely worth spending a little extra to get the right smell.