The growth of Cannabis Ruderalis is not a complex process provided some of the key elements are requirements is taken care off. Cannabis Ruderalis can thrive in most of the difficult conditions yet produce higher yields with better quality. Breeders do not have to do anything special in the harvesting time of the Ruderalis strains. However, like other crops and plants, there are certain essential factors such as light, plant food, air, medium of growth that needs to be supplied. Some of the general tips for growing the Cannabis Ruderalis plants and producing better yields are as follows.
It is advisable to start the growing in spring
According to the life cycle of the plant, the Cannabis is expected to grow tall during spring and the starting of summer. Once summer passes away, female plants put more energy towards producing seeds.
Right spot for growing
The Cannabis strains have to be exposed to direct form of sunlight for at least 4 – 6 hours per day. The spot for growing should be hidden well and provide water during extreme summer. It is advisable to put the plants in pots so that they have mobility. Try and avoid putting them between leafy plants as it is difficult to segregate later.
Germination of seeds
After starting to grow the plants in spring, try germinating them twice. This is because the seeds will germinate in the second attempt as few of them in the first attempt could be male plants. Take proper care so that they are not consumed by snails or other creatures especially in the first 4 weeks.
Place plants outside
After this you might consider putting the plants outside in pots. If the temperature goes below 0 degree C please put them inside to avoid harsh effects. Place them in fluffy and light soil if possible and provide enough food for their good growth.
Let them grow
Now leave plants on their own for growing. Provide adequate water and food to the plants. Expose them to sunlight and also provide fertilizer to the plants.
Segregate Male plants
During the growth period try removing male plants as they do not produce buds and possess the risk of pollinating the flowers.
The plants are ready for harvesting between 3 – 5 months. Check for stigmas of buds to become brown and harvest fruits from your hard work.