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This easy to grow autoflowering strain yields 350 – 400g indoors and is extremely potent.

The addition of tasty and smooth Blueberry into the sturdy and proven genes of OG Kush, gets beautiful dark cone shaped buds that soothe many aches.

Amnesia Feminized

Expect a cerebral high with muscle relaxation, and relief of pain, migraines and hypertension.

A strain as tasty and invigorating as a purple lemon!

Bruce Banner, but faster. Get high on your favorite strain with less fuss and more fun!

By now you should have a good idea of why you should invest in a proven strain by a trustworthy breeder. Plants with good genetics means you will get superior results. Kind Weed Seeds have a special aspect that sets them apart from regular seeds. If you want to take a chance on the unpredictability of mystery seeds, you may be giving up seeds that are more resistant to problems, often get better yields, and produce more potent buds!

The money you will save in the long run from this will be so worth the minimal upfront cost. Plants from seed are more reliable than those started from clones, and they can support a larger yield too! For such a small and compact entity, the cannabis seed is really quite a biological miracle. Watch it all unfold for yourself as you become an expert grower on your own timeline.

Purple Punch – 80% indica is made by crossing Grand Daddy Purps x Larry OG. The name here refers not only to the sweet grape and blueberry flavors, but also the big hit of euphoria that will feel like an expanding cloud within your mind. Along with creative and trippy sensations, users will experience a real sense of calm and relaxation.

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Do-Si-Dos – 70% indica dominant strain is a crossing of Girl Scout Cookies with Face Off OG. Introspective and hard-hitting, this strain is a highly intoxicating choice that will add a colorful minty and spicy edge to your evening.

When your kind seed cannabis plant is young and in the vegetative phase, the ideal temperature for your indoor grow room should be somewhere in the ballpark of 70 – 80 degrees Farenheight during the day (lights-on) time. When your lights go off for 4-8 hours overnight, it is advised to drop the temperature by 10 degrees. When cannabis plants in the northern hemisphere are grown in nature, flowering starts to happen towards the end of summer and into fall. Therefore, lower temperatures or 65-75°F are recommended, maintaining the 10 degree dip when the lights go out for 12 hours at night. If temperatures are too high during indoor flowering, it can cause the delicate terpenes developing to degrade, which will negatively impact the taste and the high in the final product.

Pot cultivation is a multi-faceted journey that can take a lifetime to perfect. There are many online tutorials, grow bibles and other great sources of literature penned by experienced growers that can help you get a huge leg up as you embark on 420 cultivation for the very first time. Nonetheless we will lay out for you here the basic stages of the growing cycle so you know what to expect if this is your first time. Your seeds will take roughly a week to open up in the germination phase and send out their first taproot. Seedlings progress through vegetation anywhere from 2-8 weeks. Flowering phase then begins and can last from 6 weeks (for dwarf plants, and some indica) all the way up to 12-14 weeks for some pure sativa strains. Most hybrids and autoflowering strains end up in the middle of this range at 8-10 weeks.

If you are committed to outdoor growing there are a few ways that you can help protect your plants when it becomes necessary to do so. Having a greenhouse or clear solid roof over your plants (made of glass, plastic, or acrylic) can create some stability when it comes to ensuring consistent moisture levels in your plants. A fully enclosed greenhouse will help to prevent the moisture from evaporating out of the soil and into the atmosphere, so you will not have to water quite so often. There is also the added side benefit that insect and animal pests will not have the same free reign to come and disturb your flowering beauties. A solid roof (even a temporary/removable one) will prevent heavy rains from soaking your plants and causing over-watering problems. If you live somewhere with mostly favorable summer weather, you can just choose to leave your outdoor plants in large pots so that they can be moved indoors in the event of a storm or excessive heat wave.

Hybrid vegetable plants are products of crosses between two different varieties, combining traits of the parent plants. Sometimes a combination is particularly good, producing plants with outstanding vigor, disease resistance and productivity. Hybrid seeds are generally more expensive as they cost more to produce.

Open-pollinated varieties may be “heirlooms.” Gardeners pass these varieties down through the generations, or they may be selections that are more recent.

Seeds from biennial crops such as carrots or beets are harder to save since the plants need two growing seasons to set seed.

Open-pollinated plants

When saving seed, choose open-pollinated varieties rather than hybrids. If open-pollinated varieties self-pollinate or cross-pollinate with other plants of the same variety, they set seed that grow into plants that are still very similar to the parent plant. These plants bear similar fruit and set seeds that will produce more plants that are similar.

Some tomato varieties are not hybrids. They are open-pollinated types such as ‘Big Rainbow’, ‘San Marzano’ and ‘Brandywine’. Seed produced by these varieties will grow into plants very similar to the parent plants, with nearly identical fruit.

You can save vegetable seeds from your garden produce to plant next year. Seed saving involves selecting suitable plants from which to save seed, harvesting seeds at the right time and storing them properly over the winter.

Likewise, ‘Habanero’, ‘California Wonder’ and ‘Corno di Toro’ peppers; ‘Lincoln’, ‘Little Marvel’ and ‘Perfection’ peas; and ‘Kentucky Wonder’, ‘Blue Lake’ and ‘Tendercrop’ beans are all open-pollinated varieties that will come true from seed.