How to Grow Cannabis for the Best End Results
Cannabis is a plant often planted for its leaves that have tertrahydracanabinol that has numerous effects on the body and is used for several body functions. Some uses of marijuana for recreation and for medicinal purposes each with a specific mode of action. 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. Cannabis use as a medicinal drug also targets different systems and organs, to treat glaucoma go instance, it targets the intraocular pressure. Marijuana like any other plant with importance is supposed to be grown following correct steps to ensure a high yield is obtained.
Growing marijuana doesn’t just start anywhere, it should begin at selection of female seeds for planting. If you never knew, marijuana bushes are either male or female, the female ones are preferred as they have much more quality buds than the male bushes. Mixed gender of a cannabis garden is not advisable if it is being done for the produce as it will be so much lower than if only female plants were present. 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.
As it is in any other crops, marijuana needs to be cultivated on fertile soils for the best health and production. 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 is so crucial because it is the process that enables conversation of carbon dioxide and water into sugars or glucose that are essential for the growth and reproduction of the plants.
For optimal produce and health, marijuana needs to be grown at its optimum temperature that varies for the day and night but a constant of 24 degrees Celsius is good enough. Where temperatures are not favorable for marijuana, it can be grown indoors under regulated conditions where heaters and air conditioners are utilized. 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. Humidity levels should be average during vegetative periods and should be lowered during the formation of flowers to avoid mold formation.