Are you a grower who is looking for male and female weed seeds to plant? If so, you should check out the wide selection we have to offer at HomegrownCannabis Co. We have a huge selection of male and female weed seeds of all sorts of varieties and strains. From heavy indicas to cerebral sativa strains, we have the marijuana seeds that you are looking for. Our products are guaranteed to be of the highest quality because we take a great amount of pride in only offering prime quality seeds.
Our top shelf strains range from popular favorites like Girl Scout Cookies to more exotic strains such as Black Cheese. You will find our feminized seeds to be available in a huge selection that will delight anyone who loves good quality bud. From strains that are high in THC to strains that are high in CBD, our team at HomegrownCannabis Co have everything you need to start growing your own cannabis.
Tips for Growing Cannabis
Growing cannabis can be a difficult task to take on if you do not know what you are doing. Many people think that all they have to do is stick some cannabis seeds in the dirt and remember to water them every so often, but that is simply not the case. Marijuana growing is an art and a science that requires knowledge about the strain you are attempting to grow and the process of germination. Germination is the process of a seed transforming into a seedling, which is one of the most important parts of successful marijuana growth. Germination can take up to a week, but you can speed along the process with a few natural tricks. Folding a few seeds into a wet paper towel and placing them in a bowl in the sunshine for a day or two can jumpstart the germination process.
What Happens After Germination?
You will know when the germination process is complete because when you open the paper towel, you will find a small little seedling. The seedling will be small in size and resemble the appearance of a bean sprout. Make sure that you let the seedling fully release from the shell of the seed before you attempt to place it in the ground. When it comes to dirt, you need rich dirt that is high and nutrients and fully fertilized. Once the seedling is completely released, you will see two small leaves on the top of the seedling. Your next step is to place the seedling in the quality dirt all the way up to the bottom of the two leaves. Do not bury the leaves completely because that will kill the plant.
Contact Us for More Information About Growing Marijuana
At HomegrownCannabis Co, we love to share our information and knowledge with our customers. We are happy to answer any questions you have about our products or growing marijuana in general. We can guide you as to which seeds will best suit your personal needs.