The next step is too check if the seeds are for indoor or outdoor use. There is a saying that all cannabis seeds can be grown indoors and outdoor. This is true, but that is not what the breeder had intended. If the breeder had created a plant that does well indoors then it is suggested that you only grow 67 these seeds indoors. If you grow outdoors and the plant does not produce that well, then you know that you should have followed the seedbanks advice.
Next time take that advice. There is nothing stopping you from experimenting, and some growers have produced excellent results by putting outdoor seeds indoors or putting indoor seeds outdoors, but it is best if you follow the advice you are given, especially if you are new to growing.
Both of these pictures, figure 2.4 and 2.5, show a mostly sativa strain growing outdoors and indoors. As you can see this would probably be labelled an outdoor strain because of its size. The grower, mullummadman, has been able to grow it both ways though. You may also find that a number of similar strains have been produced by different breeders. When you look at the seed-bank list you may see 1 – 4 types of the same plant.
The next thing to look for is flowering times. Each strain is a bit different on flowering times. In a nutshell flowering is the next cycle after your plant shows its sex. There are 3 main stages in plant growth. Germination, Vegetative growth and Flowering. It is towards the last days of flowering that you should begin your harvest. If the seed-bank says, Skunk#1 Flowering time
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