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Cannabis, like other plants, either exists as a pure breed, or as a hybrid mix of strains. As the industry has commercialised, both pure strains and existing hybrids are continually mixed and remixed. These new plants are known as hybrids.
Breeding any plant involves the same basic process. Cannabis is no different. A female plant must be pollinated with male pollen. This happens naturally. However, in hybrid creation, breeders engage in selective breeding in a controlled environment. In other words, they pick the female plant and male pollen to produce a specific trait or set of them.
BREEDING NEW CANNABIS STRAINS
This is a low-THC species of cannabis native to Central and Eastern Europe and Russia. There is some debate over whether ruderalis is a subspecies of sativa. At this point, most scholars accept that ruderalis is its own strain. The main reason this is such an important species of cannabis is that it is autoflowering. This means it will flower regardless of light cycle, unlike photoperiodic strains. As a result, this feature has been crossbred into both indica and sativa strains, which normally require specific periods of photosynthesis. If you are using an autoflowering strain, it has been crossbred with a ruderalis strain at some point.
This is a strain that has been grown into a plant with certain characteristics. The grower can make genetically identical clones of the plant and distribute them. A clone is the only way to ensure that the exact genetic makeup of this plant is perpetuated. However, growing conditions will greatly affect the final product.
Wild strains are known as landrace cannabis strains. They refer to plants found growing in the wild that seem to have developed on their own without human interference. Wild strains come in one of three varieties:
The whole growing process starts with germination. Growers will need to pay attention and check their seeds every day during this phase to ensure that they are transplanting them into soil on time. Cannabis seeds require three things for germination: water, heat, and airflow.
A masterful blend of Indica and Sativa.
Mild THC levels offer a lighter high for daytime use, although you will still notice the effects both mentally and physically.
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I49 works with industry-leading plant breeders to ensure that every seed will meet their customers’ expectations. They also offer competitive pricing and an 80% germination rate guarantee. When growers work with i49 Seed Bank USA, they can rest assured that they’ll find only high-quality hybrid seed for sale that will meet and exceed their expectations.
Those having trouble choosing the right seeds can also get in touch with a dedicated grower who can offer advice and recommendations. After choosing seeds, the rest is easy. Just get in touch with the seed bank to place the order. From there, the supplier will take care of all the rest.
Growers who have never tried their hands at autoflowers should get ready to fall in love. Like all autoflowering cannabis plants, Auto Bruce Banner doesn’t rely on photoperiods to determine when it flowers. Instead, the plants will start to flower after just five to six weeks and will be ready to harvest just 10 to 11 weeks after seed germination. Expect yields of 70-150 grams per plant outdoors or 450-650 grams per square meter indoors. Grow, harvest, rinse, and repeat.
Indoor growers will have to keep an eye on their plants to determine when to switch their lighting and feeding regimens over to induce flowering. Outdoor growers can expect nature to do the work for them. Once the plants enter the flowering phase, they will need between 8 and 11 weeks to be ready for harvest.