Cannabis Clones VS. Seeds

If you are trying your luck with a cannabis plant for the first time, then you have already taken the first step to becoming a true marijuana enthusiast. As a first timer, you only have one decision you need to make before you proceed to planting your first ganja plant. Ask yourself first; Cannabis Clones Vs Seeds? Which one of the two is better? Each one has its good and bad qualities, and choosing the right option can mean the difference between succeeding and failing.


In this article, we will be discussing with you some of the important information that you will need to know about each technique so that you can decide which is the best one for you.

Choosing seeds

The first of all things that you will need to do if you are going to choose seeds to grow your plant, is to look for the best seeds. There are plenty of seed banks out there that offer tested and true products that you can count on. This means you wont have to waste any of your time and money on low quality plants.


The good thing about seeds is, if you want it to be as natural as it can be, the only way that you can achieve this is by using a seed. Marijuana is a yearly plant, which meanst that its life in its natural environment will only last a year. Cannabis plants are also not genetically engineered to remain flowering and active for long periods of time, so a clone from a mature cannabis plant may already start to get old and could create fewer buds as compared to using seeds.


Using Clones


If you do not know what clones are, this is the process of cutting from a mature marijuana plant, which can be replanted and raised to make buds. This process may seem easier as compared to growing seeds, but it can actually be more difficult that you think.  Firstly, all kinds and types of plants are prone to getting diseases such as infestation of bugs and fungi. A clone is the exact genetic replica of the mother plant that it originated from, so if the mother plant is infested with something or has had any health issues, the cutting will also suffer.


Understandably, as a first timer you will not be that experience or would know how to handle these kinds of problems, and the results can lead to plant death. In order for you to be successful with clone planting, you need to cut a clone that is fresh, which means that the mother plant has to be healthy. If you become successful with this, you will be able to create all kinds of things with it, without having to buy from any dealers. You can roll up as much joint as you want maybe even create a cannabis smoothies. Just make sure that when you do decide to plant a clone, you are positive that you know what your doing.

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