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Cannabis genetics is an important factor to consider when choosing various strains to grow. There are three major categories as far as these genetics are concerned. The three are:Cannabis indica Cannabis sativa Cannabis ruderalisThe genetics of any given strain will differ remarkably from one plant to another. Add to this the fact that breeders will always seek to outdo each other and you have incredible choices to select from. Breeders will work day and night to formulate new strains ...
Once you have made the choice to cultivate Cannabis, it is very important to start off with great genetics. You should only work to get seeds from reputable vendors. Look for gardeners who breed their seeds for the select area you intend to plant your crop. Some of the characteristics that you need to be on the look out for include the potency, the rate of maturation, flowering phases as well as the ability to resist fungal infection and pest infestation. Potency refers to the power that the ...
Introduction You may have come across the term ‘sinsemilla’, and wondered what on earth that would mean. Sinsemilla is a word with Spanish origins which has been in the use for the past many years. It simply means ‘without seeds’. As you may have guessed, sinsemilla is the combination of two words. Initially, one with ‘no seeds’ was referred to as ‘sin semilla’, but over time, this became redundant with many people opting to use the term as just ...
Introduction Cannabis genetics can be traced to as far as 3000BC. During this time, Cannabis was used for mental and physical purposes, usually bordering on experimentation. Part of these experiments involved consumption of the plant’s products. It must have been during one of these sessions when it was discovered that cannabis had profound effects on the human body. The plant was found to be a refresher spiritually, and had usefulness in ancient medicine. Isn’t it amazing to learn ...
Cloning a cannabis plant involves taking a cutting from a part of the plants vegetation to use in starting another plant. As long as the mother plant is healthy and doesn’t have any pests or infested by any diseases, then it is safe to clone such a plant. The only precaution that is taken before cloning aside from ensuring the overall health of the plant is reducing its nitrogen level. The reason for this is the simple fact that the nitrogen element though generally essential for plant ...