Cannabis in the Cannabaceae family is a genus of flowering plants. There is controversy about the number of species in the genus. There are three species which are known: Sativa, Indica, and ruderal. Sativa is widely known to derive from and originate in Asia Central, with some researchers including South Asia of its sources. Sativa is known as one undivided species. Marijuana produces seeds containing all the genetic material required to grow and reproduce, as all angiosperms or inflorescent plants do.
Whenever a seed is planted, this genetic material is translated to govern any particular natural feature of a mature plant. If these characteristics are beneficial, such as potential, smell, strength, etc., a breeder may choose for them through a prolonged genetic stabilization process that leads to cultivar development or strain over generations.
The Cultivation of marijuana
The processing of seeds starts with male plant pollen grain. This grain contains a pollen tube that contains male conceptual cells that are dispersed as pollen. The movement of pollen into the female ovule causes a decrease in pistils and the development of seeds. Bracts that hold an egg are then filling up with sources.
Marijuana seeds germination
Marijuana generally is a robust plant that grows in a variety of environments or even prospers. Several steps to ensure germination can, therefore, be taken. A “quick and dirty” process is the humid towel placed in the plastic bag. The seedling should be transferred to the earth cautiously before the root of a paper towel emerges. The cannabis seeds can sprout more professionally in a tourbillon. Place the source just below the surface. The seedling is moved directly to the pot when held in a pellet and converted into a soft fabric that encloses and can be inserted into the soil.
Whatever system is used, maintain a temperature of 70 -90 ° F (21-32 ° C) to preserve plants covered to preserve humidity, preferably 78 ° F (approximately 26 ° C). Seedlings or the young slices are exposed in the blue section to further photosynthesis active radiation. Until about five inches or 13 centimeters, a standard fluorescent bulb would be sufficient.
Sources:- Cervantes, Jorge., The Cannabis Encyclopedia. Van Patten Publishing