Indoor Cannabis Seeds
Growing marijuana indoors is the best way to ensure a completely stable cultivation environment, in which every element, light, heat air, nutrition, and water, are provided by the grower. At absolutely no time during the plants life are indoor gardeners dependent upon the outside climate or weather conditions. Indoor cannabis growing is easy throughout the whole year!
Buying the perfect indoor marijuana seeds for sale is the initial step, and with a selection of the finest indoor Cannabis genetics, you will find we offer popular strains, award winning seeds and a selection of the quickest flowering seeds for sale.
Ask yourself, what is it you enjoy? Sativa cannabis provides an energizing high, while Indica marijuana for a relaxing body buzz, or why not try a hybrid strain containing a combination of both worlds? There are cannabis varieties to suit all needs.
The next point to consider is, the kind of space and area the plants will be growing in? Is there an issue with height, or perhaps the floor area is limited Check the approximate maturity heights supplied about each seed strain.
Experience can be necessary when growing some indoor cannabis seeds, while other seeds are a great choice for novice growers, or not as experienced as they may like to be. Buying an indoor marijuana strain that is correct for your personal level of experience is vital when growing an abundant, healthy crop.
Certain strains of Cannabis, especially Sativa based, require a certain conditions for optimum growth and flowering, requiring long warm Summer’s with plenty of hours of sunshine. Living in parts of the world that have this climate lets you cultivate these strains, however growing Marijuana seeds inside allows you to cultivate seeds that require any conditions or flowering period.
If you have no height issues in your growing area, check out our collection of Haze marijuana seeds offering the highest quality plants producing exceptionally high quality harvests. These Sativa dominant indoor Marijuana seeds need more height and space compared with average indoor seeds, but the Marijuana bud provide a Sativa high that’s social, euphoric and energizing.
A lot of the Indica dominant indoor Marijuana seeds we offer flower quickly, often maturing in less than fifty-six days. For those growers wanting a fast harvest, these marijuana seeds provide the perfect solution, while other indoor marijuana seeds can take several weeks longer, but provide a powerful, euphoric Sativa buzz.
Grow Your Own Marijuana 2017
Cannabis seeds can be grown both outdoors and inside. Indoor growing needs the purchase of equipment, such as lights and some form of air circulation to be set-up before growing, growing Marijuana or Cannabis outdoors does not require this equipment and is a lot cheaper
Although indoor and outdoor growing requires different skills and techniques, both need the Cannabis seeds to be successfully germinated. There are several methods for germinating Cannabis seeds, you could use the natural outdoor method of planting the Cannabis seeds directly into the soil, about two centimeters deep, cover the seed and keep it warm and watered. A cut plastic bottle or glass jar turned upside down makes a great miniature greenhouse, trapping moisture and warm air. After three-four days the seed should have germinated and sprouted, although certain strains and seeds require slightly longer.
One of the more favoured methods for germinating Marijuana 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 until you see the main tap root appear. They could sprout as quickly as 24 hours or 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 tiny sprout to emerge. Do not allow the soil to dry out during these vital first few days, and make sure it is covered on the top.
Be sure to give your new plants plenty of light once they begin to grow. For indoor growers, fluorescent lights should be only about two inches away from the soil, and should not be moved upwards until the seedling has grown a decent amount. Many people provide the baby cannabis plants light for twenty-four hours a day to attain maximum growth, but this part is up to you.
The “middle” stage of the cannabis plants life is known as vegetative stage when it will grow the most in its leaves, branches, and height. Its stem will be getting stronger and thicker, and it will be producing new leaves at an increasingly fast rate. The vegetative phase is very important in allowing the plant to receive 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 using all the energy it had acquired. A bigger marijuana plant creates more buds, so take the vegetative stage seriously.
Even though the majority of the cannabis plants growth happens in it’s vegetative stages, it will stretch during flowering. If you just want a small plant for personal consumption, then just thirty days of the vegetative phase should do the trick. Some people even go as short as two to three weeks of vegetative growth and still get a reasonably good amount of buds at harvest.
Often growers (especially the more experienced gardeners) use training techniques to improve lateral branching and growth, this substantially increases growth without growing too huge for the growing area available.
With indoor marijuana seeds, you are responsible for everything. The soil, the Ph levels and when to water, which nutrients the plants require, and most important, the artificial light all come from you. The quality and number of hours of light that Marijuana seeds receive is vital when growing plants as you move from the vegetative stages into flowering you will have to change the hours of light, increasing the amount of darkness hours it is the increase in the number of dark hours they receive which triggers the start of the flowering stages.
The flowering phase is activated by reducing the exposure of the cannabis plant to 12 hours of “sunlight” (or lamp-light, as it were) and, twelve hours of uninterrupted darkness. Make sure the darkness is total and does not have even one instant of light, as this will cause the plant to stop entering the flowering phase. Also the Twelve hours of light your cannabis plants gets should be as strong as possible to maximize growth.
The main advantage of growing cannabis 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, install the lighting so the plants receive 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness without an interruptions. A lot experienced cannabis growers use a timer to control the lighting, this makes sure the the plants receive the same amount of light at the same time every day.
Remember, make sure the twelve hours of darkness are total and entirely uninterrupted. If any light that gets into the enclosure such as opening the door during the darkness hours, even for just a moment, your plant will start getting confused leading to them becoming stressed. Stress in cannabis plants may cause all sorts of problems, one of which would be it developing into a hermaphrodite, producing both male and female flowers, or you may have a lower quality and lesser yield at the end. The flowering phase takes approximately 8 -10 weeks, and it will remain in this phase until the harvesting time has come.