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It is interesting to see how the weed market has emerged in the last couple of years. Back in the days there was little to no choice and now its easy to order marijuana seeds online. Indicas, sativas, and the many hybrid strains in between all grow differently, take varying times to flower, require different environments and produce a different end product that are all unique in their own right. 
In today's article, were going to explore some of the differences between growing these three cannabis types. Indica strains have been popular over the last decade. In general indica plants produce higher yields, have a shorter flowering time than sativas, and they tend to be a shorter bushier plant (which tends to be an advantage for indoor growers). So you can grow more crops per year and get more out of each crop than with sativas. The effects we know from indica buds are sedating and give us that relaxed feeling that we all love.

The next strain is sativa, which was always originally grown near the equator because of the mild winters and long summers. This strains have lower yields, longer flowering times, and the plants are tall and lanky with thinner leaves than their indica cousins have. So in terms of growing sativa plants there are some downsides, however sativa strains give you this nice uplifting high and help with creativity. Luckily, over the years growers have developed the genetics towards a faster flowering and increased yields - similar to what you'd expect with an indica crop.

Finally we have the hybrid cannabis plant. Hybrids combine the best of both sativas and indicas. Hybrid characteristics vary based on their breeding and depend on what strain is more dominant in them. As such, their flowering time varies, so does their shape and size and they generally produce a high yield which is important. You can find the full article on our website: www.theseedpharm.con or follow the link in our bio.
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It is interesting to see how the weed market has emerged in the last couple of years. Back in the days there was little to no choice and now its easy to order marijuana seeds online. Indicas, sativas, and the many hybrid strains in between all grow differently, take varying times to flower, require different environments and produce a different end product that are all unique in their own right. In today's article, were going to explore some of the differences between growing these three cannabis types. Indica strains have been popular over the last decade. In general indica plants produce higher yields, have a shorter flowering time than sativas, and they tend to be a shorter bushier plant (which tends to be an advantage for indoor growers). So you can grow more crops per year and get more out of each crop than with sativas. The effects we know from indica buds are sedating and give us that relaxed feeling that we all love. The next strain is sativa, which was always originally grown near the equator because of the mild winters and long summers. This strains have lower yields, longer flowering times, and the plants are tall and lanky with thinner leaves than their indica cousins have. So in terms of growing sativa plants there are some downsides, however sativa strains give you this nice uplifting high and help with creativity. Luckily, over the years growers have developed the genetics towards a faster flowering and increased yields - similar to what you'd expect with an indica crop. Finally we have the hybrid cannabis plant. Hybrids combine the best of both sativas and indicas. Hybrid characteristics vary based on their breeding and depend on what strain is more dominant in them. As such, their flowering time varies, so does their shape and size and they generally produce a high yield which is important. You can find the full article on our website: www.theseedpharm.con or follow the link in our bio. . . . . #theseedpharm #marijuana #marijane #marijuanaseeds #weed #weedporn #growmarijuana #growcannabis #weedstagram #cannabis #cannabisseeds #instaweed #weedporn #highlife #growingseeds #growyourown #dope #indica #sativa #medicalmarijuana