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Welcome To Pot Seeds

Here at Pot-Seed You be able to purchase some of the most excellent Quality Pot Seeds in the world.  We produce them for All Pot Smokers of the World at our farmhouse in Amsterdam, pack stealthily in cdcases and delivery to our pot growing clients. We have been taking care of the pot seeds and our customers and growers by ourselves. There are actually simply two Verity of pot we are discussion about here. Indicas and Sativas. show below explains all about these Pot Seeds.

What are SATIVA pot seeds :

Sativas are tall, up to 2m, rapid growing plants, taste range from earthy to sweet fruity. The high of a Sativa is rational, original, unrestrained, up and vigorous. Let Your imagination spread the wings and surf on that great signal!

What are INDICA pot seeds:

Indicas are small impenetrable plants, with dark green broad leaves; buds will be thick with aroma from skunk to sweet fruity. The smoke from an Indica is usually a body type stone, comforting and laid back. A herbal, normal pain and pressure dissolver. Also huge for complex medical purposes.

What are SATIVA/INDICA HYBRID pot seeds:

Hybrids were shaped by combining dissimilar indicas, dissimilar sativas or a grouping thereof. The consequential hybrid strains will grow, full-grown and smoke in connection to the indica/sativa percentages they end up containing. The best alternative if you don't know what to choose or You want to understanding equally kinds of high at the same time. Frequently picked by expert smokers who actually feel the differences and want to get accurately that kind of stone they esteem provided by that one and just hybrid.

Light Coverage for Pot Seeds

Depending on what type of pot grow light you get the amount of space that it is able to cover and the amount of pot seed plants that the light can feed will vary. Usually the wattage plays the major role in the space and plants that the grow lamp will be able to support but the placement of the light also plays a major role. Assuming you have a dark room which only gets light from the actual grow lamps and no light from the sun is getting in then you can get a rough idea below of what lights will work for your pot plants.

Lights

A 250w light can give light to under 6 plants. The area that a 250w grow light can cover is about 2.5x2.5 feet.

A 400w light can give light to under 12 plants. The area that a 400w grow light can cover is about 4x4 feet.

A 600w light can give light to under 18 plants. The area that a 600w grow light can cover is about 5x5 feet.

A 1000w light can give light to under 30 plants. The area that a 1000w grow light can cover is about 6.5x6.5 feet.

Most people will use 400 or 600 watt grow lights for their pot plants. Depending on the room size you may want to go with a bigger light (1000w) but most of the time it is best to keep the lights lower in wattage.
Choosing your Cannabis
Indica or sativa. Indica plants originated in the Hindu Kush valleys in central Asia. One year there may be drought, the next it might be cloudy, wet, rainy or sunny. Indica was probably developed by hash users for resin content, not for flower smoking. The resin was removed from the plant. An indication of indica's development is the seeds, which remain enclosed and stick to the resin. Since they are very hard to remove from the plant, they require manual removal. Wild plants readily drop seeds once they mature. Plants from the same line from equatorial areas are usually fairly uniform. These include Colombians and central Africans. Strains from higher latitudes of the same line sometimes have very different characteristics. These include Southern Africans, Nor thern Mexicans, and indicas. The plants look different from each other and have different maturities and potency. The ratio of THC (the ingredient which is psychoactive) to CBD (its precursor, which often leaves the smoker feeling disoriented, sleepy, drugged or confused) also varies. High latitude sativas have the same general characteristics as other sativas: conical form, long bladed leaves, wide spacing between branches, and vigorous growth. Indicas do have some broad general characteristics: they tend to mature early, have compact short branches and wide, short leaves which are dark green, sometimes tinged purple. Indica buds are usually tight, heavy, wide and thick rather than long. They smell "stinky", "skunky", or "pungent" and their smoke is thick - a small toke can induce coughing. The best marijuana or cannabis indicas have a relaxing "social high" which allow one to sense and feel the environment but do not lead to thinking about or analyzing the experience. Cannabis sativa plants are found throughout the world. Potent varieties such as Colombian, Panamanian, Mexican, Nigerian, Congolese, Indian and Thai are found in equatorial zones. These plants require a long time to mature and ordinarily grow in areas where they have a long season. They are usually very potent, containing large quantities of THC and virtually no CBD. They have long, medium buds when they are grown in full equatorial sun, but under artificial light or even under the temperate sun, the buds tend to run (not fill out completely). The buds usually smell sweet or tangy and the smoke is smooth, sometimes deceptively so. The THC to CBD ratio of sativa plants gets lower as the plants are found further from the equator. Jamaican and Central Mexican varieties are found at the 1 5-2Oth latitudes. At the 3Oth latitude, varieties such as Southern African and Northern Mexican are variable and may contain equal amounts of THC and CBD
Preparing to grow Marijuana ( Indica & sativa - Cannabis )

The space is the future home and environment of the plants. It should be cleaned of any residue or debris which might house insects, parasites or diseases. If it has been contaminated with plant pests it can be sprayed or wiped down with a 5 % bleach solution which kills most organisms. The room must be well-ventilated when this operation is going on. The room will be subject to high humidity so any materials such as clothing which might be damaged by moisture are removed. Since the plants will be watered, and water may be spilled, the floors and any other areas that may be water damaged should be covered with linoleum or plastic. High grade 6 or 8 mil polyethylene drop cloths or vinyl tarps protect a floor well. The plastic should be sealed with tape so that no water seeps to the floor. The amount of light delivered to the plant rises dramatically when the space is enclosed by reflective material. Some good reflective materials are flat white paint, aluminum (the dull side so that the light is diffused), white cardboard, plywood painted white, white polyethylene, silvered mylar, gift wrap, white cloth, or silvered plastic such as Astrolon. Materials can be taped or tacked onto the walls, or hung as curtains. All areas of the space should be covered with reflective material. The walls, ceiling and floors are all capable of reflecting light and should be covered with reflective material such as aluminum foil. It is easiest to run the material vertically rather than horizontally. Experienced growers find it convenient to use the wide, heavy duty aluminum foil or insulating foil (sold in wide rolls) in areas which will not be disturbed and plastic or cloth curtains where the material will be moved. Windows can be covered with opaque material if a bright light emanating from the window would draw suspicion. If the window does not draw suspicion and allows bright light into the room, it should be covered with a translucent material such as rice paper, lace curtains, or aquarium crystal paint. Garages, metal buildings, or attics can be converted to lighthouses by replacing the roof with fiberglass greenhouse material such as Filon. These translucent panels permit almost all the light to pass through but diffuse it so that there is no visible im- age passing out while there is an even distribution of light coming in. A space with a translucent roof needs no artificial lighting in the summer and only supplemental lighting during the other seasons. Overhead light entering from a skylight or large window is very helpful. Light is utilized best if it is diffused. Concrete and other cold floors should be covered with in- sulating material such as foam carpet lining, styrofoam sheeting, wood planks or wooden palettes so that the plant containers and the roots are kept from getting cold.

The cannabis plant regulates its growth and flowering stages by measuring changes in the number of hours of uninterrupted darkness to determine when to flower. The plant produces a hormone (phytochrome) beginning at germination. When this chemical builds up to a critical level, the plant changes its mode from vegetative growth to flowering. This chemical is destroyed in the presence of even a few moments of light. During the late spring and early summer there are many more hours of light than darkness and the hormone does not build up to a critical level. However, as the days grow shorter and there are longer periods of uninterrupted darkness, the hormone builds to a critical level. Flowering occurs at different times with different varieties as a result of the adaption of the varieties to the environment.

Varieties from the 3oth latitude grow in an area with a temperate climate and fairly early fall. These plants usually trigger in July or August and are ready to harvest in September or October. Southern African varieties often flower with as little as 8 or 9 hours of darkness/15 to 16 hours of light. Other 3oth latitude varieties including most in- dicas flower when the darkness cycle lasts a minimum of 9 to 10 hours. Jamaican and some Southeast Asian varieties will trigger at 11 hours of darkness and ripen during September or October. Equatorial varieties trigger at 12 hours or more of darkness. This means that they will not start flowering before late September or early October and will not mature until late November or early December. Of course, indoors the plants' growth stage can be regulated with the flick of a switch. Nevertheless, the plants respond to the ar- tificial light cycle in the same way that they do to the natural seasonal cycles.

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