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It’s also critical to learn how to water your plant properly. Too much water can cause root rot, and too little can result in nutrient uptake issues.

Feminized seeds are ideal for growers looking exclusively for buds, but regular seeds have their own list of benefits. Chiefly, they’re paramount in the creation of novel strains. Regular seeds also tend to produce more vigorous plants. These specimens are hardier, can tolerate stress well, and produce cuttings that exhibit explosive growth and awesome yields.

Compost tea isn’t the only plant-nourishing formula you can make at home. Try making your own super soil that delivers everything your plants need on command.

Nutrients

It’s a good idea to weigh your pots before you water them. If possible, place them on a scale. Every time you water them, the soil will retain water, and each pot will become significantly heavier.

RQS Fabric Pots are ideal for the entire growing cycle. These environmentally friendly pots retain moisture while allowing roots to breathe properly. The pots are available in 11, 15, 19, and 25l sizes. Up-pot your plants to the next size as they continue to grow. RQS Fabric Pots are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

Select the females you want to fertilise. Dab the pollen with the end of a paintbrush and gently stroke the flowers you want to fertilise.

Maybe there are times when you find it hard to choose between indica and sativa strains? Try breeding an indica-dominant strain with a sativa-dominant variety to create a perfectly balanced cultivar.

70 days into flowering, plants are ready to harvest

At this stage, the buds stop growing; the plants start their ripening process, the last stage of the flowering period; the flowers develop more and more terpenes and trichomes. During this period, the temperature ranged between 14 and 25 °C with a humidity level from 50 to 70 %.

At this stage of bloom the buds are beginning to develop a considerable amount of resin, and the smell is more and more intense, so using carbon filters is advised if you want a discreet crop.

End of flushing and harvest (9th and 10th weeks)

The grower estimated a yield of 25-30 grams per plant, a total of 250-300 grams.

The flowering was slowed down due to low temperatures, so we added heat cables around the pots: the roots of cannabis plants are sensitive to cold and we must warm them if necessary. Just like us, marijuana doesn?t like cold feet. We decrease the potency of the extraction fan with the help of a power controller to keep the heat produced by the lamp in the growing space.

During this period it?s also important to be patient and to observe the resin glands on the buds, waiting for the ideal moment to harvest our plants. Normally, we will harvest them when most the resin glands are white/milky and only few amber trichomes are present, a sign that THC is starting to degrade into CBN, a cannabinoid which has only 10% of the psychoactive effect of THC.

We discovered few male flowers in one of the 818 Headband plants, but they certainly were sterile because we never found any seeded bud.

Reggie produces a relatively quick but mild high. Because of its low THC levels , it doesn’t have the power to create a strong psychoactive reaction. Some smokers have trouble feeling any kind of high at all. The strain, as said above, is also very dry – this can often cause a lot of coughing when smoked and a very unpleasant dry mouth. Certain high-quality strains have been cultivated to deliver amazing highs such as Godfather OG. This is a strain guaranteed to knock your socks off, as it once had a THC level of 34.04%, breaking the world record for the highest THC content.

Do you know the phrase you reap what you sow? Never has it been truer. Very little affection goes into the cultivation of this strain. Reggie weed is typically grown outside , and while this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it can make growing a lot more difficult.

Reggie weed is a low-grade C strain – although some consider it a B+ or mid-grade weed – usually with a sativa-dominant heritage. It’s typically considered a beginner’s strain as its effects are very mild, with THC levels around 15% to 18%.

What Does Reggie Weed Taste Like?

When growing indoors you can regulate moisture levels, sunlight and temperature to create a high-quality variation. Often, growers will give little attention to developing the plant and simply leave it alone until it produces a decent amount of leaves, which is often not many.

Luckily, one thing we can depend on is its beautifully sticky texture… Not. Reggie is very dry and dusty to handle and feels a lot like grass clippings. The leaves will often flake from the nugget, leaving a very airy and disappointing bundle of weed. High-quality strains will, again, all have a slightly different texture.

It’s no wonder strain connoisseurs are increasingly frustrated with Reggie; it lacks any imagination or excitement, whether that be in the high, taste, or smell. There are plenty of other varieties that can give you a great high or medicinal aid.

This is disappointing considering the amazing variation of taste in other strains. One of these is the Tangie strain, a citrus wonderland. Opening a bag of this will make you feel instantly summary, with a strong taste of apricot and mango too. If you prefer an earthy taste, another high-quality strain is Dutch Treat. Its flavor is rooted in rich pine, with pleasant herbs such as sage and a sharp lemon twist to round it out. So many strains have increasingly amazing and complex flavors that really outshine the dull experience of Reggie.