The Best Techniques for Growing Cannabis
Cannabis sativa is planted widely as its leaves have some chemicals that have effects on the body that are employed for its uses. Some uses of marijuana for recreation and for medicinal purposes each with a specific mode of action. Cannabis acts on parts of the brain to bring about its recreational functioning, it will act on the right frontal lobe to cause laughter. The medicinal functions of cannabis also depend on which treatment is being achieved, in treatment of glaucoma cannabis sativa reduces the intraocular pressure to get rid of the swollen eyes. Growing marijuana requires that specific steps be followed if the produce gas to be abundant and quality.
The first step towards growing marijuana is proper selection of seeds, marijuana feminized seeds should be used and not the male seeds. Female bushes are preferred over the male as their buds are of high chemical content than their counterparts. Using all female seeds is further encouraged as a weed garden that has both male and female plants has a lower produce. Female only plantation of cannabis is more suitable for high produce but a mixed plantation lowers leave production at the expense of seed production as a result of occurrence of fertilization.
Every plant, cannabis included requires quality soil so as to thrive and produce heavily. All nutrients required by crops should be available in the soil where cannabis is grown as a deficiency of these nutrients leads production of low quality or small sized leaves especially if the missing nutrients is a nitrate. Provision of quality and unlimited light ensures better health and production by marijuana. Light is used in a crucial process in plants known as photosynthesis which when deficient or absent guarantees death of the plant.
Photosynthesis converts readily available carbon dioxide and water to useful glucose for their growth failure to which the plants die.
Marijuana thrives at its optimal temperatures of about 18-26?C during the day and 20-24?C during the night. To grow marijuana in areas that have temperatures that are not in line with its optimal temperature requirements, indoor planting can be practiced so that heaters and air conditioners can be used to regulate the temperature. Still and dump air is conducive for mold formation, proper ventilation is maintained to ensure this does not occur on the leaves of the plant as is a risk to human health. Correct humidity levels are very important to the plant at different stages, it should be reduced greatly during flowering to prevent molding.