The cannabis outdoor season is on, or at least is has been so for a few months in the Northern Hemisphere. So many things to prepare and to fawn over on one’s way towards Spring and Summer! Perhaps this is why many cannabis growers find themselves seedling-less come June. But for every grower issue, we have a seed bank solution! Check out in this article our top 3 of Sensi Seeds outdoor cannabis strains you can still plant in June.
While women hold about 25% of top management positions overall in US companies, but head up less than 5% of companies, the cannabis industry, the new kid on the block, boasts 63% women in top management positions, of whom 36% are the owners or heads of companies, according to a 2016 questionnaire in Marijuana Business Daily.
Every single year, we are proud and excited to announce Cannabis Liberation Day, also known as “Cannabis Bevrijdingsdag” in its birth place: the Netherlands. For the 2017 edition of this cannabis consumer-focused event, we are counting on you. Read on to find out more about the program, and about our exclusive, fun contest!
Is current cannabis cultivation sustainable over the long term? What can we do to help in any way? Let’s go over some of the problems and some of the solutions to make our crops ready for a future with a shortage of energy and raw materials.
In the - often illegal - grower circles, a rule of thumb has emerged, partly thanks to numerous grower reports in hemp magazines, of "one watt per gram" as the standard for efficient growing under artificial light. But one should not be too dogmatic about applying this formula. Why not? Find out in this article.
As a result of the Anthropocene mass extinction event, scientists estimate that 68 percent of plant species are threatened with extinction. Across the world, a pitched battle is being fought against the twin forces of climate change and habitat destruction to save the world’s plant species – and seed banks and repositories are a crucial part of the effort.
It’s that time of year again, when the weather starts to warm up and smart gardeners begin their preparations for the outdoor cannabis growing season. To help and encourage all our Sensi Seeds friends and visitors, we’ve collected these articles so your gardening daydreams can become well-laid plans whether you’re an expert or a beginner.
We call locale-specific varieties of cannabis “landraces”, and they are the backbone of modern commercially-bred cannabis seeds. But these landraces are under threat from habitat loss, government eradication programs, and invasion of foreign varieties. Let’s take a look at how this occurs, and what we can do to preserve our remaining landrace genepool.
The name “Hash Plant” really couldn’t be any more self-explanatory, now could it? Yet, this strain is so much more complex than its name. More here.
In cannabis terms, ‘indoor growing’ is basically shorthand for ‘growing cannabis indoors under special lighting using fans, timers, and often watering systems or other specialized equipment to recreate nature and provide the plants with everything they need to flourish as though they are growing outdoors under the best possible conditions’.
Aquaponics is an aquaculture-based growing technique. More specifically, it is a technique based on the combination of hydroponics and recirculating aquaculture systems. So how does an aquaponics system work? Who should consider growing cannabis with aquaponics? Why is aquaponics beneficial to cannabis? Read on to learn more about this method of cultivation.
How do you make your growroom more eco-friendly? Something that is often a cause for concern among many fans of cannabis – perhaps because we tend to be more conscious of the importance of plants and the beauty of the planet we live on – is the environmental impact of indoor growing. Here Sensi Seeds presents three tips for creating a greener growroom.
What to consider when choosing your basic indoor grow setup? Read our tips here and harvest the best medicine possible.
All over the world, people are turning to “Eco Houses” in a desperate effort to live more sustainably. Hemp is already an important building material in the Eco House construction industry, and could prove crucial to building a more sustainable future. So how can we make the best and most cost-effective use of this precious, renewable resource?
More and more people are becoming convinced of the health benefits of products enriched with CBD. While the selection of these products is growing rapidly, there isn’t an umbrella label or the like yet. To demonstrate how we ensure the highest possible quality in our CBD products, this article will provide an explanation.
In a world of rapidly changing climate and depleting resources, the need to rethink our long-term strategies and develop locally-based, sustainable industries has never before been greater. Cannabis and hemp are at the cutting edge of new, green industries, but there are plenty of changes still to be made if we wish to restore balance.
There’s a lot we don’t know about the evolution of cannabis, and we’re still not sure exactly what’s going on with cannabis as it exists today – it is one species or several? What does “sativa” and “indica” mean in real terms? We’re still finding the answers to those questions, and a deeper understanding of the past could help our efforts enormously.
For the majority of growers, harvest time is the happiest and most exciting period in the entire cannabis cultivation process. That long-awaited moment of glory when gardeners are finally able to see the fruits of their labour, breathe a sigh of relief and give themselves a well-deserved pat on the back.
First Lady is truly a gift for your grow room! Or for your outdoor garden; even though it is typically grown indoors, the strain still thrives effortlessly out in the open air.