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what strain am i growing

What strain am i growing

Let’s start off with sativas. Coming from regions like Southeast Asia, Colombia, and Mexico, these are plants that deal well with equatorial climates. These are very humid places. Plants have to adapt and so their physicality becomes an evolutionary consequence of their geography. Sativa plants will have slender leaves and grow tall as means of preventing the appearance of mould. This height change is more noticeable during the flowering stage. In the proper outdoor conditions, these plants can grow up to 6 metres tall.

Indicas originated in dry areas like the Middle East. Because of this, plants are shorter in height as compared to sativas, but wider and bushier as a compensation. Their leaves are broader and thicker so that sunlight is more easily caught. They have shorter flowering periods to avoid mould during the fall. Because of their morphology, indica plants can’t handle humidity very well and so they’ve learned to develop sooner. This is a selling point for a lot of growers out there and surely part of the reason pure sativas are hard to find.
Records date back to the 18th century with the first observed differences between indica and sativa plants. Back then, people started noticing that cannabis plants showed great differences in structure and resin production. Today, we have established standards and conditions for each type of cannabis plant and the effects they produce.

This is information you won’t be using when purchasing your bud, but it’s also good to know and definitely easier to define. Experienced growers will be able to tell if a plant is an indica or a sativa simply from a general glance at a garden. It becomes a fairly straightforward task after you’ve dealt with so many plants.
Sativas are known to provide an invigorating, uplifting, cerebral high that complements physical exercise, creative activities, and social events. Indica strains, on the other hand, offer a much more physically sedating stone. These are perfect for relaxing at home as you binge on Netflix. They also make great sleep aids.
Whether as a need or a want, knowing how to distinguish cannabis sativa from indica is always handy. With this article, you’ll be able to do so before you even feel the high come on.
When it comes to indica plants, their buds will be heavier and consequently, much denser than sativas. These are what a lot of consumers look for. They grow in dense clusters closer to the nodes, creating the classic “crunchy” look.
When you’re looking at a bag and it appears as though you’ve been given more than you paid for, you’re probably handling a sativa. You’ll rarely be given a weed bonus (both in the legal and black market). Sativa buds are wispier and less dense, so it will look like more. These buds will also be taller. As opposed round-looking nugs, they look rectangular, thin, and fluffy. To some consumers, this looks unappealing. Again, one of the reasons why hybrids are most widely available.

Even the novice stoner will probably be able to differentiate an indica high from a sativa one, but can you visually tell plants and buds apart? That’s the true challenge. Many of us in the stoner community aren’t always able to trust our dispensary or dealer. With this, knowing how to visually distinguish the two types of cannabis can be a very handy trick. After this, you’ll be able to verify with a look through the bag if your source is telling the truth.

There are many ways you can learn to spot an indica from a sativa plant just by looking at them or their buds. It's not as hard as you may think!

what strain am i growing. X(

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Somthing indica ..somthing kushie posibly

maybe you’re right.
It’s difficult.
whether is it possible to detect strain buds?
It’s defiantly indica but as far as the strain it’s impossible to know unless u bought the seeds from a reputable seed bank

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i will check kushie strains.

what strain am i growing??? X(