How to Grow Cannabis for the Best End Results
Cannabis also known as marijuana is a popular plant grown for leaves that are used for numerous functions. Cannabis is used for both recreation and medicinal purposes depending on the organ of the body it acts on and how. The intake of cannabis often targets the higher functions of the nervous system, one example is how it activated the right frontal lobe of the brain to bring about its giggling effect. As in recreational purposes, treatment using marijuana works basing on the system it targets as for glaucoma treatment marijuana acts by reducing intraocular pressure. Growing marijuana requires that specific steps be followed if the produce gas to be abundant and quality.
Growing marijuana doesn’t just start anywhere, it should begin at selection of female seeds for planting. 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.
Cannabis like any other plant needs to be grown on fertile soil to increase its produce and maintain good health. Quality soil in this case implies that the soil should have all required nutrients in correct amounts, a deficiency of nitrates would lead to reduced size of leaves for instance so it should be maintained. All plants require light, for marijuana plants to survive they also need to access light in plenty. Photosynthesis is a process that does not occur in absence of light, a plant that does not carry out this process is as good as dead.
Photosynthesis is of so much importance as it is the process that gives plants uniqueness of synthesizing glucose, if this process fails, the plant cannot reach maturity as glucose is necessary for growth of plants.
Marijuana thrives at its optimal temperatures of about 18-26?C during the day and 20-24?C during the night. Growing marijuana is possible under cooler or hotter conditions bout it is done indoors and the temperature is regulated with the help of automated air conditioners and heaters depending on the deviation of the temperatures. 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.