Indoor Marijuana Seeds For Sale
Growing marijuana seeds inside is the best method to ensure a totally stable cultivation environment, in which every element, light, heat air, as well as water and nutrients is determined by the indoor marijuana grower This provides the indoor Marijuana seeds grower a big advantage over outdoor gardeners, because they are not dependant on favourable weather in order to grow a good quality harvest. Indoor marijuana growing is easy all year long
Deciding which Indoor Cannabis Seeds to buy is the very first stage of the process. We offer some true classics within this category, including award winning seeds and strains, of which all are recommended for growing cannabis indoors. A selection of popular and world famous seeds, and find a strain to suit every taste, complete our collection of marijuana varieties perfect for indoor growing.
Ask yourself, what is it you like? Sativa for an active high, Indica produces a relaxing body buzz, a hybrid strain providing a combination of both highs? We have cannabis varieties to suit all tastes.
The next point to consider is, the kind of space and area will your Marijuana Seeds be growing in? Do you have a lot of ceiling height but limited floor space, or vice versa? Always look for the potential height guidelines supplied with each strain.
Another point to consider is Are you a novice or a more experienced grower? Some marijuana seeds are very forgiving of mistakes, making them a good choice for novice growers, others need the hands of a more veteran gardener to bring out their best attributes.
Some marijuana seeds, especially Sativa based, often need a certain environment for optimum growth and flowering, requiring warm Summer days with plenty of sunlight hours. Living in parts of the world that have this climate allows you to grow these strains, while growing Cannabis seeds inside allows you to grow seeds that can need any conditions or flowering times.
Most of the cannabis seeds listed in this category produce short to average height plants. However, for those with an indoor growing space which allows for it, there are a splendid range of marijuana seeds that will produce taller plants.
Many of the Indica dominant indoor Cannabis seeds we offer flower quickly, with an average plant reaching peak maturity in less than eight weeks. For those growers wanting a fast harvest, these marijuana seeds offer a great solution, Other more Sativa dominant indoor cannabis seeds can take several weeks longer, but offer a powerful, euphoric Sativa high.
Germinating Cannabis Seeds In 2017
If you are considering growing Marijuana seeds, you need to decide if you want to plant the Marijuana seeds indoors or outside in a more natural environment. There is not one perfect or right way to grow Marijuana seeds but it certainly can be kept simple and effective.
Whether you are growing inside or outdoors, the first thing you will need to do is to germinate the Marijuana seeds that you wish to grow. There are several methods for germinating Marijuana seeds, you could put the seed about a quarter inch to a half inch into the soil, covering it completely. The soil should remain moist but never get truly wet, and should stay at a nice, warm 75-degree temperature. All you have to do after that is wait to see the tiny sprout beginning to appear in 3 to 7 days (which can vary according to the strain and a number of other factors).
One of the more favoured methods for germinating Cannabis seeds is to soak them for a day or two in a cup of water. Once they have swollen and begin to crack open, tip the seeds onto some damp kitchen roll, toilet paper or paper towels. Then keep the paper towels or sponge moist after two-three days you should see the main tap root appear. They could sprout within 24 hours while others may take up to a week. Once the seeds have germinated, you should plant it into the soil. It is important that you plant the seeds as soon as it begins cracking open to allow the tiny sprout to emerge. Keep the soil moist but not wet, and make sure it is covered on the top.
Be sure to give your new plants as much light as possible once they begin to grow. The lights should be as close as possible to the top of the pots, and should not be moved upwards until the seedling has grown a decent amount. Some growers give their young seedlings with 24/7 light to gain maximum growth, but this part is up to you.
The second stage of the cannabis plants life is its vegetative stage when it will grow the most in its leaves, branches, and height. Its stem will be getting stronger and thicker, and the plant will be growing many new leaves very quickly, almost daily. The vegetative stage is crucial in allowing the plant to obtain as much sunlight as possible as through photosynthesis the plant uses sunlight to create energy, and therefore will contribute to a healthy flowering phase later needing all the energy it has stored up during this stage. A larger marijuana plant produces more and bigger buds, so take the vegetative stage seriously.
Even though the majority of the plants growth happens in it’s vegetative stages, the plant will stretch during flowering. If you just want a small plant for personal use of marijuana, then approximately 30 days of the vegetative phase should do the trick. It is possible to minimize the vegetative phase to as short as two weeks and still achieve good growth, this depends on which type of cannabis seeds you planted and the environment they are growing in.
Some Marijuana seed growers (especially the more experienced ones) use super-cropping methods to get their plants to grow outwards rather than upwards, thus maximizing the amount of growth without the plant becoming too big for the indoor area that they have.
With indoor marijuana seeds, you will have to provide for all the plant’s needs. The soil, how much to water and the Ph levels, which nutrients the plants require, and most important, the artificial light all come from you. Because marijuana plants respond to the amount of light they are receiving, as you move from the vegetative stages into flowering you will need to change the hours of light, increasing the amount of darkness hours it is the increase in the amount of hours of darkness which begins their progression from vegetative to the flowering stage..
To activate the flowering stage, once the plant has had time to grow and develop, it needs to be exposed to twelve hours of “sunlight” (or lamp-light, as it were) and, twelve hours of continuous darkness. Make sure the darkness is complete and does not have even one instant of light, as this may cause the plant to hermaphrodite or produce rogue male flowers in the later flowering phase. Also the 12 hours of light the marijuana plant receives should be as strong as possible to maximize growth.
The beauty of growing cannabis plants in pots is that you can move them to wherever you want it, whenever you need to. In this case, before you start triggering the plant to enter the flowering stage you should move it to some sort of enclosed location, such as a cupboard or cabinet. There, install the artificial lights you have selected so the plants receive 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness perfectly. Many experienced growers use a timer to precisely control the lighting, ensuring the lights turn on and off at the same time every day.
Remember, make sure the 12 hours of darkness are total and entirely uninterrupted. Should any light get into the growing area such as opening the door during the darkness hours, even for a second, the plants may start getting stressed and confused about the seasons. Stress in marijuana plants may cause all sorts of problems, not least of which would be it developing into a hermaphrodite, or you may reduce the buds to a lower quality and lesser harvest at the end. The flowering stage takes approximately eight to ten weeks, and once completed it is time to cut and harvest your marijuana plants.