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The process of growing cannabis flowers is called the cultivation. Cannabis plants can be grown from a seed or clone under wide range of conditions. Be it under outdoor or indoor settings, or using soil or soilless practices, cannabis plants can be grown anywhere and everywhere provided certain requirements are met. They require an optimum temperature, water, light, humidity, suitable growth media, and nutrients.
As long as cannabis is legal in the place it is grown in, anyone can grow cannabis. The growth of weed occurs in different stages: germination, seeding, vegetative, pre-flowering, and flowering phases. Growing weed can be difficult, cumbersome, and could test your patience to the utmost levels, but you will be rewarded with the most beautiful, fragrant, and colorful flowers.
An important aspect to keep in mind is a mold, which is a type of fungus. Indoor conditions are highly susceptible to molds, and it should be taken care of if you are growing your weed under indoor conditions.
In recent years, cannabis is gaining immense attention owing to its fascinating properties, and more and more people are eager to know its advantages in scientific fields. Several studies have been conducted to investigate and demonstrate the benefits of several different kinds of cannabis strains, and this has resulted in vast quantities of information.
What are cannabis strains? They are either pure or hybrid varieties of the plant genus cannabis, which includes the species C. sativa, C. indica, and C. ruderalis. To learn more, check out Marijuana Doctors directory of cannabis strains so you can identify which meets your health requirements best.