So how do we make our own hybrid cannabis plant? In order for the plants to multiply first they need to pollinate with each other. Meaning you need to have a male and female plant, choose from your two favourite strains. You need to have one male from your first favourite plant and a female with your second favourite plant.
Now you have a dog-cat, this dog-cat can have the qualities of the dog and also the cat, now you have the perfect pet at your disposal. Imagine doing this to your cannabis plant. Take one good thing from this strain and one good trait from another strain and creating that super cannabis plant, and name it your own, now that’s called a hybrid.
Ever imagine having that perfect strain you always dream about? Having the effects of cannabis A with your favourite smell that comes out from cannabis B (this is just an example for all cannabis smoke smells all the same, unless it’s commercialized) imagine you’re a cat lover and a dog lover at the same time, you want to have the good traits of the dog which can bark when he sees someone at night, and the mouse catching capabilities of the cat rolled into one pet?
The seeds produced on the pollination of your parent plants would produce the hybrid seeds. Those seeds are then kept and need to be set up for future use. When you interbreed your F1 seeds you would get the F2 generation, this generation would contain some different qualities, every seed would be different from another for this is the rule of genetics. Each and every seed that is under F2 carries different traits from their grandparents. You may not want these traits that suddenly show up so it is better to stick with your F1 generation to keep your strand as pure as possible.
Make sure you have your different room where these two plants can freely pollinate; a good room with a good ventilation system helps the pollen transfer from the male plant and into the pistils of the female plant. After the pollination happens, the female plant would now produce seeds and focuses on producing seeds rather than its bud. If you have heard of the F1 and F2 of plant botany this would make it easier for you to understand.
To get this result, our goal is to integrate advancement growing method that will provide us to grow very huge popcorn-like colas. A cola is the group of buds. This is cola enhancement derive that the bottom of the branches of the cannabis plant do not acquire light from HID to absorb this happen especially in indoor growing setup and that due to the fanning of leaves they became crappy smoke. In the advanced grow setup series permit us to focus growth on the bud or the top part of the plant by maximizing. Advancing our method focus on the cola or the top part of a cannabis plant that gives the most bud at this point by doing so the cola part of the plant grow becomes really big.
Since you know the basic in handling critical element in a grow room time to level it up and look for the possibility of advanced growing cannabis set up. This setup can even increase and even enhanced more of your yield and quality of your cannabis harvest.
It is really up to you on how far you would go can apply this method for your own benefit. It is very rewarding to accomplish your goal in building such growing garden and then be gratified with the quality and quantity of harvest is maximized.
To recap, Indica is perfect for indoor growing because the strain could produce a higher yield; it is shorter in height, grows faster and matures in a shorter period of time.
So basically it is much easier to grow. During maturity, the leaves will turn to dark purple in color. The short branches loaded with thick dense buds will mature early. Aside from being short, bushy and matures faster, they have more chlorophyll and less accessory pigments.
Compared with Sativa, Indica has higher level of CBD and a lower level of THC. In layman’s term, it means that the plants produced from pure Cannabis Indica strain will give a heavy, stony, sleepy tiresome type of stone in the user. As far as the harvest is concerned, Cannabis Indica has higher yields than Cannabis Sativa. Indica also matures faster than Sativa. The only downfall of the Indica is the smell and will not taste that good.They also tend to be less potent. The buds have the tendency to be smelly. They have like the pungent bad body odor.
The origin of the Cannabis Indica is the hash producing countries like Afghanistan, Tibet and Morocco. They are often dark green in color with broad leaves. The plant is short and dense. The maturity of this plant is 6 to 8 weeks right after flowering. They usually have dense and thick buds. The flavor and aroma will vary from being pungent skunk to sweet and fruity.
Because of the smoke they produce which is usually very thick; users tend to have fits of cough even with just a little toke. A pure Indica has a high the same with that of the body type stones. They give a couch-potato feeling. You will know that you have the best Indica if you will experience a relaxing social high, giving you the ability to sense and feel everything that surrounds you but will not lead you to really think about the surroundings or will not make you over analyze the experience. In short, you will just enjoy everything in your environment. On the other hand, the poor quality Indica marijuana and its hashish will contain high quantities of CBD. Just a small toke will give you a have lead head or a sleepy head.
Note: if you are a new grower and you have already set your mind to grow a Sativa, then we recommend you choose the Northern Lights cross, the easy and best Sativa strain for indoor growing.
Basically, the Cannabis Indica strains are easier to grow. They will not grow as high or as tall as the Cannabis Sativa strains. Because of their tendency to grow bushier, they require to be grown a little further apart. Generally, they are a tougher type of plant. They tend to be thick and strong giving them the ability to take more colds than the Cannabis Sativa. These characteristics make them more recommendable to new growers. They are also fit for growing in considerably smaller areas, like closets or cabinets.