How to grow marijuana in door:
Cannabis is an annual, dioecious, flowering herb. “ Annual ” means it survives only one growing season, and then for propagation relies on seeds to sprout the following spring. “ Dioecious ” (pronounced dee – o – a – shus) means that cannabis has both male and female plants , instead of having both male and female reproductive parts on the same plant (called monoecious) . The male plants produce pollen. T he female plants, if they are pollinated, produce seeds. “ Flowering ” of course means that both male and female plants have flowers for reproduction.
The dioecious nature of cannabis is very important for growing . Th is is because male plants don’t produce an appreciable amount of THC. Also, anunpollinated female will produce more THC than one that is pollinated and now using part of its energy to produce seeds. Unpollinated female cannabis is sometimes called “sin – simella,” which is a Spanish term meaning “without seed” and typically refers to strong weed. In Jamaica, the term is shortened to “ sensi”. So unless seeds are desired, the male plants are removed. However, if pollination does occur, either intentionally or unintentionally , there is no need to worry… the female cannabis will still have plenty of THC. Then as a bonus, there will be seeds for the next planting . A single good – sized female plant can produce hundreds of seeds, and a single male plant can pollinate numerous female s .