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perennial marijuana

Perennial marijuana

We believe that extensive clinical testing is vital in order to verify that every single aspect of the flower remains the same, but particularly to ensure that no harmful chemicals or substances are present as a direct result of the genetic modification process.

While this mother keeping can be fantastic for cloning, you won’t be able to get any buds as the plant will be in an “always growing” mode during the vegetative growth phase.
Perhaps something that many weed experts often don’t care to discuss is that Ruderalis has one attribute that makes it potentially very attractive: its ability to auto flower but without requiring any specific light patterns.

All this talk about multi-year autoflowering plants can be confusing, perhaps even a bit misleading. Is it all just a marketing ploy? Well, that’s difficult to establish at the moment. Many cannabis experts say that all autoflowering varieties technically do the same thing, whether they are perennial or not.
As most of us know, marijuana plants are annual. They go through their respective life stages in any given year, kicking off their lifecycle in spring, reaching the maturation stage in summer and finally, ending their lifecycle in autumn when the big buds start to sprout.
One way of getting a perennial/multi-year harvest is to induce your plant into the vegetative phase again, once the buds have been cut off. In fact, his process has been utilised many times by marijuana lovers in the California mountains as well as indoor growers – because there’s no need to purchase new seeds and you can have the same genetics every time around.
Let’s delve in deeper, shall we?

Another grower that goes by the name Doggies Nuts Seeds has apparently manufactured a perennial autoflowering strain called Big Bad John – claiming that it is a deciduous herbaceous perennial strain, which more or less means that it can re-emerge after dying.

Well, long answer short: Yes, there is and it’s called Cannabis ruderalis, a low-THC variety native to Russia, Central and Eastern Europe. Many cannabis experts accept the fact that Cannabis ruderalis is a species in its own due to its traits and phenotypes, which set it apart fro …