What Are Outdoor Marijuana Seeds
These genetics are developed and optimized for growing in the wild, under natural sunlight, or even in any indoor or synthetic environment or greenhouse. They can be planted on natural soil, or premade commercialized soil. Although best suited for the wild outdoors and under the day’s sun, some strains are also able to successfully thrive if planted indoors.
Knowing which kind of cannabis seeds is best for your needs is important, and therefore by studying the different type of strains we have on offer here at on our website it will help you understand which strain is best suited to which climate.
It’s important that these precious genetics should be chosen with a lot of care and research. Some strains will have much better success in certain soils and gardens over other kinds. Indica based strains have quicker maturity time, while sativa based strains have less odor emission and can grow much taller. It is best to do some reading on which weed seeds are best suited to outdoor growing before making the actual purchase.
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How To Grow Outdoor Cannabis Seeds
Preparing The Ground
Survey the ground, whether it is in your personal garden, or perhaps a woods or forested area near you. Check the soil well, as it should look a healthy color of brown, and should have proper drainage. It should not have a lot of big, loose rocks, or limestone’s.
You must also check what is growing around it and if it is going to hinder your plant’s growth. Remove the weeds and whatever pests thrive in the area you wish to plant in. Plant the seeds 5 to 10 feet apart, as these seeds need a lot of sunlight – 8 hours or more – to grow healthy. Being too close together and not getting equal or enough amounts of sunlight can lead to the yield not growing too well. In the case of planting your seeds in public areas, such as parks, cleared out woods, or places that are outside your personal lawn or garden, outdoor marijuana seeds can be planted with other bushy, leafy plants to avoid detection.