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From cannabis seed to plant and photosynthesis

To cultivate high quality cannabis, you need a good quality graines de cannabis because the plant needs to do a lot of sugars. It is very important that these sugars are the right place of the cannabis plant, as the buds and young leaves in the plant use these sugars to grow. The fully developed leaves produce these sugars themselves so they are also very important. But how these sugars are produced and how can you increase the production of sugar by trimming away leaves? In general, we recommend keeping all leaves in place until the plant away from itself. We speak of course big fan leaves. Cut the young leaves and the young side shoots can lead to a better distribution of sugar, but only if your plant retains its large leaves of mature fan.

The sugars production of process

When a graine cannabis emerges and starts to become a plant that catches the sun on its leaves and converts this energy with CO2 and water into sugars. This process is what we call photosynthesis. Evaporation gave the plant the chance to take fresh water and nutrients through their roots and carry them throughout the cannabis plant. Sugars are very important building blocks for the plant. The sugars are divided in specific parts of the cannabis plant. The actual yield depends on the amount of sugars big fan leaves produce and the amount of sugars that are transported to the marijuana buds. You can almost say that two thirds of the sugars are with cannabis buds, which is a lot. Young foliage that grows also need these sugars. Notable is that each cannabis plant has a fixed ratio when it comes to dividing sugars. These ratios, unfortunately, are hardly influenced by the nutrients, temperature, light or CO2. We are only interested in cannabis buds, then it would be good to influence distribution.RĂ©partition sugars. The principal behind the distribution of sugars is called sink strength. All work weeds organs like the individual wells that flow to the sugars. However the aspiration of the wells are not equal in strength. The buds have the greatest aspiration, especially when they are midway in their development. Young, new foliage must also sugars while mature leaves create more sugar than necessary. These old mature leaves provide the buds and young leaves with sugar and for this reason they are very important as well. In the cannabis plant there is competition for sugars. All parts of the plant are pulling on these sugars available. Pull harder means more sugars. So bodies with greater force sink always get more from those with strength of the lower basin. Example: a main bud cannabis with 3 sink strength will get 3 times more sugar than with sink strength sheet 1. This report is always stay the same, if there are a lot of sugars or almost unavailable.

Cut sheets for better distribution

With the above principles in mind, we can now begin to prune the plant to a better distribution of sugars. By removing young leaves before they begin to use energy more sugars will automatically go to cannabis buds. Pay special attention while removing. Ensure that the cannabis plant retains sufficient foliage and fan leaves to sugars. Foliage should be dense enough so no light can pass through the pots, so it does not sized energy. Personally, I would not cut large fan leaves. The top fan leaves catch the most light and automatically have more chloroplasts in it, so they can produce more sugars. But the foliage also attracts some light and contributes to the production of sugar. Why remove a fan off when sugar production is higher if you let it be. In the case where a fan off is all overshadowed by the upper leaves and it is actually using up more sugars that it is produced (become a sink once more). The cannabis plant while sacrificing dry suck and disregard of the leave and it will fall by itself. The cannabis plant has its own solution of these issues so why not leave it to the plant.

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