Rooting cuttings will also allow you to produce more plants in a shorter time frame. You’ll skip the germination phase and have a tray of young vegging plants ready to go.
Allow the pollen to work its magic for three hours. The fertilised flowers will now begin the process of forming seeds. Gently spray down the fertilised buds with water to remove excess pollen.
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Your seeds also need to be kept warm. Aim for a room temperature of approximately 26°C.
By growing regular cannabis seeds, it’s possible to breed your own strains at home. You can cross two strains to combine their best traits into a single plant. For example, try breeding a regular male with an autoflowering female to create a strain that flowers much faster.
Regular cannabis seeds are free from human tampering. Every time you germinate them, you’re taking a gamble. There’s an even chance that they’ll grow up to be flowering females or pollen-producing males.
But don’t fret! These concepts may seem intimidating, but they’re perfectly understandable once you get an explanation. While we want to explain everything at once, we’ll go one at a time, focusing on feminized seeds for today.
• Recreational users enjoy the stoning, relaxing, euphoric, or uplifting high induced by feminized strains. Given the vast variety of options out there, users can find some chill time in the evening or enjoy an energetic daytime buzz, depending on what they’re after. Also, since many strains feature different ratios of cannabinoids, terpenes, and sativa/indica genetics, you can experiment with different feminized strains to find a sweet spot in terms of effect.
WHAT ARE FEMINIZED SEEDS?
As mentioned, recent research suggests that the specific effects of cannabis are not just due to cannabinoids, but are likely also influenced by aromatic compounds known as terpenes. More research in this area is needed, but it would explain why some strains, despite having identical THC:CBD ratios, have different effects.
Outdoors, planting your feminized cannabis in an optimal climate and during the right season is pivotal. Why? Because sunlight hours change depending on the season, and your plants need a specific schedule to thrive. To satisfy this need, you will usually want to plant them in spring (when there’s no frost) and harvest in fall.
What is known, though, is that terpenes (limonene, myrcene, pinene, etc.) give cannabis strains their distinct taste and aroma. They’re why one cannabis strain will smell fruity when another smells citrusy, floral, sour, or woody.
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Want to be like Snoop, “Rolling down the street smoking indo. laaaaid back”? Maybe it’s cold outside, you have nosy neighbors, or you live somewhere where it’s smart to be stealthy about growing cannabis. No matter your reason for growing cannabis inside, these strains are indoor champs. These seeds were engineered to thrive in artificial growing environments. So get your lights, tent or spacebucket ready! These strains are good to go all year!
Photoperiod Cannabis Strains
Humidity : Large indoor establishments have temperature and humidity controls to manage the grow environment, but if you are on a tight budget, you can apply basic instincts. Always ensure the soil or medium is wet but not soggy. Introduce a fan to circulate air and moisture, and an extractor fan to remove excess heat.
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