If you are thinking of growing cannabis or increasing high strains of cannabis CBD, you may be wondering how similar it is to growing cannabis for THC content. Yes, the process is remarkably similar, but there are some differences.
The only difference between the biological and “legal” levels is the total amount of THC content and CBD. That is, we are just talking about different varieties of cannabis.
Literally, to put it simply, traditional recreational marijuana and medical cannabis look like different kinds of roses. Each of them differs in flower size, fragrance, bush size and other characteristics. However, for the most part, these roses have exactly the same care. The same nutrients, the same watering, the same weeding. Hemp is exactly the same story.
As a result, all differences differ only in the content of tetrahydrocannabinol in the finished dry matter. No more differences. The differences can be expressed only in the division of Indica and Sativa into strains, their genetics. There may be no external differences between the two bushes, but the share of THC content automatically determines marijuana status. It is either just a plant, or a culture containing medicine. Remember this. Obeying the laws of your home country is a guarantee of peace and confidence in the future.
WHAT TO DO IF THE HEMP IS ALREADY TOO HIGH AT THE FLOWERING STAGE
If the growth has entered the flowering stage and the plants are too tall for your growing system, measures should be taken immediately to make the plants grow even more.
Bend down (LST) is optimal. You can also use a super crop with extreme caution if one stem is much taller than the others.
When flowering begins fully (after the initial period of flowering), the plant will not grow longer, so you can try to endure it before harvest. Sometimes you may need to pre-cut a particularly high cola to prevent discoloration or burns. Don’t worry, it happens to everyone! Take this situation as a useful experience for the future.
HOW TO FIND OUT IF A PLANT IS TURNING ITS ENERGY TO A NEW SHOOT
As shown in the photo, the marijuana nodes grow (at the base) after exercise.
These thickenings prove that hemp distributes energy more evenly throughout the plant and strengthens the “internal system” of the stem. Therefore, it is easier for him to supply nutrients and other “building blocks”. This leads to faster growth, increased cola, and increased yields on each stem of temporary damage.
Over time, the most commonly used stems can become so thick that they almost turn into wooden chateaux.
CANNABIS TOPPING WHICH HAS HIGH THC CONTENT
Implementing the technique requires cutting off the growing node of the plant, instantly reducing its height.
The smaller part of the bush you cut, the less likely it is that stress will occur. Think about it: If you remove 10% of the plant, it will have much less effect than if you remove 30% of the plant.
A good place to perform the operation is at the top – above the leaves of the next node. In other words, cut the stem just above, above the next set of leaves.
Remember to leave extra stems for reinforcement.
Two newly formed V-shaped cola can be easily folded to unfold. After a few weeks you can add these two new colas and create four. And later, you can double the number again to produce eight people!
Another advantage of sowing is that the plant then becomes thicker and distributes energy much more evenly throughout the plant.