High Yield Medical Marijuana – Why Is it Better Than Regular Seed?
Save more with AMS regular seed mixes. There are certain hybrid marijuana strains which are popular to a certain set of connoisseur’s. With this in mind, the ideal way to ensure that they end up getting the right strain is by making sure they get the regular seed for that specific type. Here is what you need to know about three of these most popular strains:
Regular seed offerings from seed companies generally fall into one of three categories: Regular (annual), Indica and Feminized. The differences between these categories are as follows: Regular seeds are offered in bunches. They are typically sold at lower prices because of their lower levels of potency. Indica can be considered as a cross between the regular and feminized marijuana strains. Feminized cannabis seeds are usually crossed with regular strains to produce feminized cannabis.
Feminized plants offer more yield per unit of area because of the increased levels of estrogen. It has been shown that females produce more buds while males only produce enough to reproduce one bud. Both types of cannabis grow well in dense shade environments but the feminized plants grow best in areas where the soil is moist and rich in nutrients. This is because the high concentration of estrogen in the plants encourages the plant to secrete a large amount of oil. However, regular seeds do equally well in light, dry and shade environments.
Some of the better-known hybrid strains include Lemon Haze, Skywalker and Coach. These are the most common names but some lesser known ones include Bubba, Diesel and Cookies. All these names are based on the genetics used by the growers in question. For instance, Lemon haze is named after the discovery of an orange-like citrus smell in buds of the cannabis plants. Skywalker was bred from the cannabis plant known as Skunk A. All these names are based on genetics and there is no hard proof that the names have anything to do with the quality of the end product.
Most of the popular sativa strains come from the collections of the famous Meriwether Lewis collected in England in the late 1800s. This legendary blossom came from a cross of French and Indian strains of cannabis. All the great things about the meriwether Lewis are its aroma and taste. Other sativa plants like Cheese Cat, Sour Diesel and Black Diesel are cross-bred from different genes and put together to form the famous strains we know today.
The cross-breeding and introduction of male and female plants together allows the creation of new characteristics in the final plant. One of these new characteristics is the ability of the seeds to grow much more quickly when started with female plants rather than the male pollen. With the female plant, the male pollen can be weakened by the female plant and the male flowers can burst much sooner than the usual. The speed at which the buds grow and produce new leaves is what makes the power plant so desirable.
Some of the best qualities of the power plants are the tall height of the buds and their amazing aromas. The aroma is created by the cultivar being grown in very heavy buds. The heavy buds of a Sativa strain means that they can produce lots of resin and are extremely persistent. This is in comparison to other Sativa strains which have shorter growing periods and produces little resin.
There is growing evidence that a hybridized strain of cannabis could be the next big thing in growing high yield medical marijuana. Many large production centers are currently experimenting with the new hybridized strains to see if they will meet their production and delivery goals. The yields are expected to increase when more hybridized strains are developed. In the meantime, many small farmers are happy to stay on top of the game by growing high yielding regular seed which is easier to control, has higher quality, and is readily available.