Grow cannabis with THC and CBD – A Great Way to Save Time and Money!
Regular seeds provide endless possibilities for future growers to explore. Early in the history of Sativa, and the world’s oldest known coffeeseed, a regular seed was simply a regular seed. Now, many use the word regular cannabis to differentiate the original seeds from feminized cannabis seeds, which are typically autoflowering, and contain only one or two female chromosomes. Feminization is a process that occurs naturally among all plants, but does not occur among cannabis plants. Nonetheless, cannabis and feminization are often used interchangeably, even though they are different species.
The main distinction between regular seeds and indica or ruderalis seeds is their size. Regular seeds are very small and are used for oral consumption; indica and ruderalis seeds are larger, and are best used for grinding into a marijuana concentrate. Some smaller-leafed varieties of sativa (sometimes called “bud”) may be used for recreational purposes in combination with cannabis. However, any type of cannabis should be cultivated in the same manner as indica and ruderalis: only one set of leaves should be harvested for ingestion.
When growing cannabis using regular seeds, the plants are usually started on low-maintenance soils that allow for quick soil dehydration and good drainage. It is not recommended to start plants on stones or deep soil with steep slopes; these can impede the path of root growth. Typically, marijuana should be planted in fertile, well-drained soil, allowing good air circulation, high soil fertility, and full sunlight.
There are many different types of cannabis plants, with different time periods, growing seasons, climate, and needs. Growers must select the appropriate climate, time of year, and seed type for each type of plant. Some plants grow best in some climates, some in others. Some can tolerate a cold winter, but prefer a hot summer. Others may do well in a mild, dry summer, but need a lot of water to survive. Some are hardy and do not even need any fertilizer; others will need frequent watering.
Cultivators are used to dig up the soil, break it up, and remove the plant bearing the desired crop. These tools, however, must be maintained properly in order to avoid hurting the crop, and to ensure a successful yield. Mowing, trimming, and removing fall underlings are three important maintenance tasks for cultivating regular weed seeds. Cutting, mowing, and removing crop buds often doubles the amount of work and labor required. In addition, frequent harvesting and pruning thin stems and leaf buds can stunt production.
Seed saving is also beneficial to the health of the crop. Growing cannabis from regular seeds is an economical solution that helps the grower to harvest much more than would be possible if the crop was grown from hybrid seeds. This saves the grower from purchasing expensive hybrid seed every time he needs to add new marijuana plants to his garden. Regular cannabis seed varieties are also easier to germinate and keep in good shape for longer periods of time. Some hybrid seeds are so hardy they do not germinate at all.
Many gardeners choose to save seeds not only because of the time saved, but also because saving seed is often illegal in some regions. Many regions have become so strict about marijuana growing that they prohibit the planting of seedlings at all. However, many citizens living outside of this world do grow their own marijuana plants, using these same specialized seeds. This practice can help marijuana plants thrive, allowing them to be harvested more often than traditional seed varieties. The crop is then kept for re-harvest, with the grower only needing to collect the harvested seeds once each year.
Another benefit of using THC and CBD cannabis is the variety of crops that can be grown using the special seeds. Many common varieties of marijuana can be grown using these two compounds, with some types of cannabis being able to produce three crops a year instead of the traditional two. This is important because some breeds of cannabis are better able to produce large crops, such as marijuana plants that have been bred for high yield production. Other breeds are better suited to producing small amounts of plants each year, allowing the gardener to have more control over the type of crops he or she will harvest. In areas where cultivation of THC and CBD is legalized, the crop yields are likely to be higher than those grown using other methods, creating a lucrative opportunity for the grower to make the most of his or her gardening experience.