Hit your choice with the help of these simple questions
You are about to start your cannabis cultivation and they have recommended Buddha Seeds, the seed bank specialized in the best selection of autoflowering genetics. But you access its catalog and ask yourself: which one do I prefer? Where do I begin? We have prepared some simple questions based on various criteria and priorities that you should consider in your decision making. Surely you are right in choosing your variety of Buddha Seeds.
1. Are you a beginner grower or an experienced grower?
The first thing you have to ask yourself when choosing your variety of Buddha Seeds is if you are an experienced cannabicultor or if you have just started growing cannabis. That is, if you are a newbie your choice will be subject to varieties that do not require much care. For this, a good start is the indica varieties, since they are usually strong and easy to grow.
In the Buddha Seeds catalog you will find a large assortment of indica-dominant varieties, such as Press (90%), Vesta, very resistant, Kraken or Morpheus (Not Autoflowering) and fast harvest as White dwarf, Syrup or Red dwarf. And it is that one of the advantages of autoflowering is its short cultivation period (about 60-75 days, depending on the cultivated variety).
One of our strongest and strongest varieties that we recommend to beginners as well as advanced growers is We give. This variety is an SUV especially in mother earth, where it clings strongly to the ground and gains greater strength and vigor. On the other hand, Buddha Purple Kush In Autoflowering and Non-Autoflowering version it is also very resistant.
2.Are you thinking of growing indoors or outdoors?
Another very important aspect that will determine the choice of your cannabis strain is marked by the mode of cultivation: indoor or outdoor. For their part, outdoor growers have a preference for fast-flowering varieties, to avoid problems with frost, thieves or pests.
On the other hand, indoor growers opt for small and compact plants that will grow evenly (that is, that light and space be used in the most efficient and predictable way possible).
Luckily, all varieties of Buddha Seeds can be grown both outdoors and indoors, but as we want you to succeed in your crops, we recommend a selection of the most suitable for each case.
Buddha Seeds varieties for indoor crops are:
Any Autoflowering variety of Buddha Seeds, as they have been developed for easy cultivation. For example, White dwarf or Syrup, ideal for cultivation Sea of Green
But beware of Magnum ! It should not be grown in pots of more than 11 liters indoors because it is huge. Pulsar, Quasar and Kraken are not recommended for beginners indoors, because the height they can reach is uncontrollable.
Buddha Seeds varieties for outdoor crops:
If you are going to grow in mother earth they are highly recommended Magnum (Autoflowering) Y Kraken (Not Autoflowering).
If you are also looking for a great production with a quick harvest, Kraken It's your choice.
3. How much space do you have to plant?
This is a key question when you are preparing your indoor. Depending on the space we have, we will plant more or less seeds. For this we recommend that you read this article about the 100 liter rule per square meter titled how many cannabis plants fit in my closet.
However, depending on whether they are sativas or indica, the morphology of each one will be different:
-Seeds-sativa dominant They will produce larger plants with a long flowering.
-Seeds-dominant indica they will produce shorter compact plants with a strong yield of top quality shoots. The flowering of the indica is short.
4. How is the climate where you live?
Another aspect to consider is the dominant climate in the area you inhabit. That is, we will discard varieties that do not have the appropriate weather conditions to the place where they will grow.
If the leaves have different sizes, it is due to the consistency of sunlight. Larger leaves evolve in places with weak light, in order to absorb as much sunlight as possible. Thus, if you live in a climate where there is not much sunlight, or is particularly weak, then you will have to choose a variety with a greater tendency to larger leaf size.
– Varieties recommended for hot climates
In hot climates we must take into account that the plant will be exposed to high temperatures and will require more attention to irrigation to prevent it from “burning” by the sun.
If you live in areas with hot climates you can grow any of the Buddha Seeds varieties without problems. But keep in mind the importance of irrigation, do not overdo it, but do not leave them dry. To do this we advise you to read this post: when to water cannabis plants.
– Varieties recommended for cold climates:
In the case that you are going to grow outdoors in cold climates, the plant will tend to grow with less height; He will focus all his energy on staying alive and not dying of the cold instead of harnessing the flowers. In this sense, the varieties of Buddha Seeds have been tested both in cold or very cold outdoor climates with good results such as Magnum.
Fortunately Buddha Seeds has developed very resistant genetics to these types of climates. Some examples are: Medikit, Kraken, Magnum or Quasar.
5. What kind of flavor do you like to smoke?
If you are one of those who knows how to appreciate the nuances in the flavors, then this section is of special importance to you. In Buddha Seeds you will find a wide palette of flavors and smells.
This is a very personal issue and to the taste of the consumer. If the flavors are going to Fruits of the forest then you can choose between Purple kush or Red dwarf. But if you prefer to appreciate some refreshing notes citrus to grapefruit and tangerine then your choice is Vesta or Medikit. And the queen of the sweet taste par excellence: Syrup, a delicacy for the sweet tooth.
6. How long do you want to wait to harvest the crop?
For the "anxieties" who wish to reap as soon as possible this is a very prominent point. Luckily at Buddha Seeds we know that time is a key factor and most of our varieties are Autos. That is, they end the cycle of rooting and faster growth and are less demanding in the lighting needs. These varieties produce the flowers in just two or three weeks, and are ready for harvest in about eight weeks. From the Buddha Seeds catalog they stand out quickly White dwarf Y Syrup.
In addition, depending on whether it is indica or sativa, we also find differences:
-Indica-dominant They take less time to harvest. Usually, flowering lasts seven to eight weeks after growth.
– Dominant Sativa They need more time. Some original sativa varieties may need up to 16 weeks to complete flowering. These plants gourmet They need great perseverance, care and protection against changes in climate and pests. Luckily in the Buddha Seeds catalog there is no variety that exceeds 70 days of flowering.
7. What type of effect / high are you looking for?
We return to the indica / sativa distinction. In general, indica cannabis varieties usually have a relaxing effect. In this regard, we recommend Purple kush, Syrup Y Red dwarf, with narcotic effect.
But if you are looking for a more euphoric effect, you should choose sativa varieties. Vesta Y Calamity Jane do not disappoint with its powerful "high".
In recent years varieties of medical cannabis high in CBD, since this cannabinoid has no psychoactive effect. Aware of market demand Buddha Seeds has opted for medical cannabis with Medikit, in Auto and Non Auto version. This variety presents high levels of CBD (up to 20% in some individuals) and is ideal for extractions. Among its therapeutic properties, stress and anxiety control stand out and help to lift the mood.
However, the benefits of medical cannabis not only reside in CBD, but THC also has a great effect in relieving symptoms of diseases or disorders such as sclerosis, asthma, insomnia, anxiety, chronic pain, among others. Both THC and CBD form the perfect match for cannabis therapy, that is, they work best together. CBD and THC interact synergistically to enhance the healing qualities of each. This is the basis of the known effect Entourage or entourage.
Plants that contain a balanced ratio of THC and CBD (1: 1 ratio) have the therapeutic advantages of both components, such as the inhibition of nerve signals that are associated with pain, producing a calming effect.
Currently we can find these types of varieties in many seed banks. From Buddha Seeds we have managed to stabilize the THC and CBD ratios in a 1: 1 ratio, greater than 20% of total cannabinoids in some individuals. The result is called Morpheus.
The experience with Morpheus is pleasant and introspective and reminds us of the mythological saying "being in the arms of Morpheus", god of dreams.
Morpheus invites you to immerse yourself in a psychic excursion without losing your lucidity. Its psychoactive effect is moderate without giving up rich flavors and intense aromas.
Hopefully from now on you will find it easier to choose the variety of Buddha Seeds that best suits your preferences. Which one do you prefer?
Here’s what you need to know before seeing your local medical dispensary:You will require a doctor’s recommendation, medical cannabis certification, and/or whatever appropriate documentation is required by your condition. Typically, you must be 18 or older to be eligible for a medical consent, but exceptions could be made in some conditions for minors with especially debilitating conditions. You will often enroll with a medicinal dispensary. This is to maintain your medical cannabis recommendation or certification on file for regulatory and legal purposes. There’ll be a waiting space. This is to control the circulation of patients and product, but a straightforward dividing wall gives patients privacy and direct one-on-one contact with a budtender to discuss medical problems. Many times, but not always, your purchases will be tracked by medical dispensaries. This process can assist budtenders and patients track effective medicine as well as have a living listing of manufacturers and products for future reference and follow-up. Medicinal dispensaries usually allow you to smell and examine the buds before purchase. This may differ from state-to-state.
Yes, municipal approval is required prior to the AGLC will issue a retail cannabis license. Applicants must get in touch with their planned municipality to learn requirements concerning municipal retail cannabis laws, zoning requirements, land-use limitations, and location requirements regarding how near a retail store can be to a provincial health care centre, school, or parcel of property designated as a school book.
Keep non-medical cannabis legal Adults who are 19 years or older are in a position to:Possess up to 30 g of authorized dried cannabis or the equivalent in their person. Share up to 30 gram of legal cannabis along with other adults in Canada. Purchase cannabis goods from a Yukon Liquor Corporation licensed merchant. Grow up to four plants per family. It’s illegal to provide non invasive cannabis to anyone below the age of 19 and for anybody below the age of 19 to possess any quantity of non-medical cannabis in Yukon.It is dangerous and illegal to drive while under the influence of cannabis or other intoxicants.