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Cannabis is a plant that produces flowers, leaves, and seeds. The seeds are the dried fruit of female cannabis plants.
Cannabis has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. In recent decades it has become increasingly popular as a recreational drug. Cannabis is also used for fiber production and is an ingredient in many food products.
Cannabis is the most commonly used illicit drug in the world, with an estimated 3 million daily users in 2016. It can be grown indoors or outdoors and has been cultivated since ancient times throughout much of the world.
Cannabis seeds are the most important part of cannabis cultivation. They are the source of all the cannabis plants that grow from them.
Cannabis seeds can be bought online or in a dispensary, but there is a big difference between buying them online and buying them from a dispensary. When you buy them online, you have to worry about whether they will germinate or not and if they do, how long it will take for the plants to grow. Buying from a dispensary is much easier because you can be sure that your seed will germinate and grow into healthy plants within 2-3 weeks.
There are many different types of cannabis seeds available on the market today including indica, sativa, ruderalis, and autoflowering strains.
Cannabis seeds are the foundation of cannabis plants. They are the most important factor in the growth and success of a cannabis plant.
Cannabis seeds can be grown indoors or outdoors, and they can be used for medicinal purposes as well as recreational ones. When it comes to growing cannabis plants, there are many different techniques, but one of the most popular is to use feminized seeds.
Feminized seeds are specially bred for growing cannabis plants. They have been genetically modified so that they produce female flowers instead of male flowers like regular cannabis seeds do. This makes it easier for growers to control their plant's gender by just using feminized seeds instead of having to deal with male and female plants separately.
CreatedWednesday, 16 February 2022
Group adminHerta Collins