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It depends on the proximity of the hemp plants you are growing. Typically with a 3x3ft planting space, you’ll need at least 2,000 feminized hemp seeds per acre.
You don’t want to have your hemp plants too close together as the lack of wind can cause issues with mold etc depending on where your hemp farm is located.
Strains like Pennywise, Stephen Hawking Kush, and Sweet and Sour Widow are powerful indicas that are very popular among those looking for the effects of CBD.
But if you’re looking for some of the psychoactive effects of THC alongside the high CBD content, hybrids like:
These are the perfect choice for your personal Cannabis needs.
Contrary to some rumors, a plant cannot be made CBD-rich if it lacks the right genetic make-up.
The ratio of THC to CBD, and other cannabinoid is already genetically determined in each strain.
This is according to a study done by biochemist Etienne de Meijer- Inheritance of the Cannabinoid Phenotype.
A grower can, however, influence overall cannabinoid content by manipulating certain environmental factors… such as temperature, light, water acidity, and nutrients, etc.
Each of these factors play a major role in affecting each plant’s health.
Unfortunately, no. Germination is not guaranteed because there are simply too many variables involved in the process.
But with proper cultivation techniques, seeds will likely germinate within three days.
In some cases it could take upwards of a full week to sprout.
When breeders talk about “unstable genetics,” that means that a seed’s origin is unknown.
So when you buy a packet of seeds, make sure that the seed pack or the breeder who produced them can list where the seeds came from, and how they were crossed and/or backcrossed to get the seed you hold in your hand.
And if you can’t get a seed’s history, just know it could be getting anything.
This is the result of poor breeding practices.
An inexperienced breeder might cross a male and a female one time and sell the resulting seeds as a new hybrid strain, but professional breeders usually put their strains through several rounds of backcrossing to stabilize the genetics and ensure consistent plants across the board.
Regular seeds contain both male and female plants, and need to be placed under specific light cycles to induce both vegetation and flowering phases.
Autoflower seeds will do just as their name suggests… automatically flower once the plant reaches a certain age, instead of having to induce flowering by changing the light cycle.
Feminized seeds are pre-selected to contain nothing but flowering females. this is to avoid having to wait for weeks to determine the sex of each plant, and to avoid the risk having the females pollinated by the males if not removed in time.
Many people consider hemp seeds to be a superfood, and for good reason.
They have a rich nutritional profile and provide a range of health benefits, ranging from anxiety/stress relief, sleep aid, bone & joint protection, heart & brain protection, reduce inflammation, improve the skin, and more!
They’re also a rich source of fiber, protein, and unsaturated fats.
The primary difference is the amount of CBD that each contains.
Hemp seed oil, although rich in omega acids, contains very low levels of CBD (typically less than 25 parts per million or none at all), while CBD oil can range anywhere from 2% to 99.9% CBD depending on product, purity and source.
That’s why it’s important to know the difference between them- to avoid any confusion when purchasing these products.
While hemp protein powder is safe for most people, there can be potential side effects.
Since hemp protein contains relatively high amounts of fiber, some people may experience gas, bloating or diarrhea if they consume too much, too quickly.
If you find yourself with these symptoms, it may be a good idea to stop using the particular hemp product and try a different brand.
If that doesn’t work, try consulting with your doctor before continuing.