Indoor Cannabis Seeds
Growing marijuana seeds in a purpose built grow room is the best means of creating a totally stable environment, in which each element, light, heat, air, as well as water and nutrients is provided by the indoor cannabis grower At no time in the growing process are indoor gardeners dependent on outside climate or weather conditions. Indoor marijuana growing is easily achievable all year long
Selecting the right indoor marijuana seeds for sale is the initial stage, and with a selection of the best indoor marijuana genetics, you will discover some true classic strains, award winning seeds and some of the quickest maturing strains available.
Firstly, what do you enjoy? Sativa cannabis provides an active high, while Indica marijuana gives the user a relaxing body buzz, a hybrid strain containing a combination of both highs? There are marijuana seeds to suit all needs.
Secondly, the kind of space and area they will be growing in? Is there an issue with height, or perhaps the floor area is limited Check the approximate maturity heights contained in the information with each seed strain.
Another point to consider is Are you a novice or a more experienced grower? Some strains are particularly recommended for beginners, others need the hands of a more seasoned grower to really bring out their best attributes.
Some strains of Marijuana, especially Sativa based, require the correct environment for optimum growth and flowering, needing warm Summer days with plenty of hours of sunshine. Growing these strains requires you to live in parts of the world that provide these conditions, but growing Marijuana seeds indoors lets you grow strains that can require any climate or maturing times.
Many of the cannabis seeds known as indoor cannabis plants become short to average height plants. But for those with an indoor grow area which allows for it, there are a very good range of seed types that will grow to be taller plants.
Our indoor marijuana seeds category offers a broad spectrum of strains that have a short or average flowering time, perfect for those growers that are in a hurry. If as a grower you concentrate on yield or potency over harvesting as soon as possible, our indoor seeds that have a longer blooming period have many of these attributes.
Grow Cannabis In 2017
Cannabis seeds can be grown both inside and outdoors. Indoor growing needs specialist lighting as well as some form of air circulation to be set-up before growing, growing Marijuana or Cannabis outdoors does not require this equipment and is therefore a lot cheaper
Although indoor and outdoor growing requires different skills and techniques, both need the Cannabis seeds to be successfully germinated. There are a number of methods for germinating Cannabis 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).
An additional option for germinating the seeds is to put the seed inside a few pieces of kitchen or toilet roll paper. You can also use a damp sponge for this. It is important to keep the paper towels or kitchen roll moist, never allowing it to dry out after two-three days you should see the seeds sprouting. It is possible for seeds to be ready for planting in as little as 24 hours others might need up to a week. Once the seeds have germinated, they will need to be planted into the soil. This should be done as soon as it begins cracking open to allow the tap root to take hold. Do not allow the soil to dry out during these vital first few days, and keeping it covered with a propagator lid will help retain moisture.
New Cannabis seedlings require as much light as possible once they begin to grow. The lights should be only about two inches away from the top of the pots, and should be kept about two inches from the tops of the plants to encourage good, strong growth. Some marijuana gardeners provide their baby cannabis plants light for twenty-four hours a day to attain maximum growth, but this part is up to you.
The second stage of your plant’s life is called the vegetative stage, when it will produce most of its leaves, branches, and height. The main stem will be getting stronger and thicker, and the plant should be growing many new leaves very quickly, almost daily. The vegetative stage is vital in allowing the plant to absorb as much energy from the sun as possible (as the leaves absorb this energy), and therefore will contribute to a healthy flowering phase later needing all the energy it had acquired. A larger marijuana plant creates more buds, so you should take the vegetative stage seriously.
That being said, you can only grow your marijuana plant to use as much space as you have in your home. If you just want a small plant for personal use of marijuana, a vegetative phase of about four weeks would be required. Using certain growing techniques it is possible to reduce the vegetative phase to as short as two weeks and still achieve a good harvest, it often depends on the type of marijuana seeds you planted and the environment they are grown under.
Often Marijuana seed growers (especially the more experienced gardeners) employ training techniques to get their plants to grow outwards instead of upwards, thus maximizing the amount of growth without the plant becoming too big for the indoor area available.
If you are planting cannabis seeds indoors, you will have to provide for all the plant’s needs. The soil, the Ph levels and when to water, 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 number of hours of light that your plant is exposed to it is the increase in the number of dark hours they receive which triggers their progression from vegetative to the flowering stage..
To start the flowering stage, once the plant has had time to develop and grow, it needs to be exposed to 12 hours of sunlight or artificial light when grown indoors and, 12 hours of uninterrupted darkness. Make sure the darkness is complete and does not have even one instant of light, as this may cause the plant to stop entering the flowering phase. Additionally, the 12 hours of light the cannabis plants gets is as strong as possible to maximize growth.
The beauty of growing marijuana plants in pots is that you can move them to wherever you want it, whenever you need to. To achieve the plants maximum flowering potential, it must have 12 hours of total darkness, many people move their plants to an enclosed indoor area, such as a closet or cabinet. There, set up your artificial lights you have selected so the plants receive 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness perfectly. A lot seasoned marijuana growers use a timer to precisely control the lighting, ensuring the the plants receive the same amount of light at the same time every day.
Total and complete darkness is vital during the flowering phase. If there is any light that gets into the enclosure (i.e. if you accidentally open the door during the 12 hours of darkness), even for a second, your plant will begin to get stressed and confused about the seasons. Stress in cannabis plants can cause all sorts of problems, one of which would be it turning into a hermaphrodite, or you may have a lower quality and lesser quantity harvest as they mature. The flowering stage takes approximately 56 to 70 days, and once completed it is time to cut and harvest your marijuana plants.