Are sativa seeds smaller than indica seeds?
In my experience, sativa seeds are very small, and afghan/ indica seeds larger .
How do you get big dense buds?
Increasing the amount of CO₂ in your grow room can help you grow bigger, denser buds. By doing so, you’ll help plants photosynthesise faster and encourage them to take up more nutrients and water.
Will rain hurt my buds?
The tight buds can take in drops of rain that remain there indefinitely. The dark, moist, and acidic area promotes perfect conditions for the growth of mold. You can keep mold from growing on the buds in a number of ways. Mold likes environments that are acidic, but stays away from alkaline ones.
Will heavy rain kill seedlings?
Newly planted grass seed needs considerable moisture to germinate, so rain after planting won’t kill it. Heavy rains may lead to soil erosion and could wash the seeds away.
Will rain wash away Hydroseed?
Did those torrential rains wash all your seeds away? Probably not. The good news is when we Hydroseed your lawn we are using 100% pure wood fiber mulch and a Tackifier (glue) that bonds the Hydro seed to the soil. If the soil is compacted there is a good chance the seed will not stay and possibly wash away.
How do you protect seedlings from heavy rain?
A simple preventative measure is to protect the roots of your plants from weather damage by spreading mulch. A 3-inch layer around the root area will protect the plant from cold damage following heavy rain. Just keep the mulch at least 3 inches from the plant’s foliage.
Is it OK to plant seeds in wet soil?
For seeds to germinate, you need to keep the growing soil damp but not too wet. Many seed starters cover the container to keep soil moist until seeds germinate. Once seeds sprout, don’t miss a watering. Unlike established plants, seedlings don’t have an extensive root system they can rely on for vital moisture.
Do you wet the soil before planting?
Yes, you should wet the soil before planting. This is a crucial step to take to ensure your planting goes well. Skipping this step may cause your plants to not root well in the soil or cause them to dry up and die shortly after placing them in the ground.
Can you put seeds straight into soil?
Another option is to tuck seeds directly into soil outdoors. Planting seeds this way is called direct sowing, and it’s an easy process that yields great results. Even so, many vegetables, annuals, herbs and perennials sprout easily from seed sown directly into garden soil.