The article could be looked at two different ways. Growth might depend on places or also might depend on the nature of growth i.e. indoors or outdoors. In this particular article, both the aspects have been discussed.
Growth based on outdoors
There are certain requirements for growth of marijuana outdoors. First of all, the plant grows better outdoors exposed to sunlight for at least 4 – 6 hrs. a day. Therefore it is important to make sure that the plants are planted in pots so that they have mobility. It is always good to supply a lot of fresh air to the plants. Water should be supplied to the plants at regular intervals. However, one has to be careful from over watering them as it might damage the plants. The soil is better if it is fluffy and loose as the perlite helps the plant growth. Preventive measures have to be made so that the plants are not attacked by pests or insects especially in the first 4 – 5 weeks. It is always advisable for the breeders growing Cannabis outdoors to do not decrease the duration of the vegetative phase of the plants. Protection from molds is also necessary. Be careful to separate the male plants from females thereby avoiding pollination.
Growth based on indoors
People who are interested to grow marijuana indoors should ensure that the plants have sufficient supply of light. It is advisable to have supply of light belonging especially to the red and blue spectrum. It is better to place the lights 40 – 60 cms away from the plant. It is also advisable to maintain a temperature of 20 – 25 degree C for ideal growth of marijuana. The power of the lights might vary from 250 – 280 watts. For indoor growth supply of air could be in the form of breeze provided by a fan. Please make sure that you supply adequate water to the plants but do not overwater them.
Location wise, the Cannabis Ruderalis is said to have good amount of growth in the harsh climates of northern Russia, Europe and also Canada. They also thrive well in the eastern and central parts of Europe and in countries like Latvia, Czech Republic and Poland. However, their growth seems to be the best in certain parts of Russia as well. Central Asia and some parts of Afghanistan also grow Ruderalis.