If you have been unlucky and some, or all of your cannabis seeds haven’t germinated, there is usually an easily identifiable reason. Germination isn’t really just about your seed cracking and a tap root appearing, it is about the transition of a seed into a very small, but viable cannabis plant. So, let’s start at
Germinating seeds is very easy, even if, for legal reasons, we can’t actually say what specific seeds we may be referring to. The first thing to say is that not all seeds germinate at the same speed – some may germinate within a couple of days; others may take over a week. To begin with,
It’s not often we look at plants and wonder if they are male or female. In most cases, they are a bit of both when they have flowers. These flowers usually contain a stamen – the male bit, and the pistil, the female bit. The cannabis plant, however, is a bit different. There are male
Ever wondered how you create an autoflowering cannabis plant? It is not as difficult as you might think…. You simply cross-breed a female non-autoflowering cannabis plant from an indica or sativa strain with a male plant from the Cannabis ruderalis strain, an autoflowering variety. First, the female and male plants are selected for cross breeding.