Grown well you can get a very generous harvest from this strain, and produce potent meds.
The black strain was developed by? Canada?s BC Bud Depot, on Vancouver Island BC Canada.? The actual heritage….mother and father are unknown.
Once you find the dose that is effective for your conditions you are golden. The medicinal effects of The Black strain are extraordinary.
Great strain for insomnia, pain management, stress relief, migraines/headaches, nausea, and lack of appetite. The Black is a potent cannabis strain and caution is in order if you find large does of THC producing any unwanted effects, such as anxiety.
Being an Indica dominant strain The Black tends to be short, (easy to conceal) and bushy. It can get bigger around then it is in height. Flowering time is about 7-8 weeks, you will know harvest is near when the already beautiful dark purple buds turn jet black!
The Black Strain was chosen as one of the top 10 strains of 2008 by High Times.
The Black cannabis strain is an Indica dominant plant coming in at about 90% Indica, and 10% Sativa, with THC in the 20%-25% concentration range.
Some dark cannabis seeds have black lines on them (tiger prints), giving them a distinctive appearance. Other seeds have no significant patterns or markings on them at all. Dark black cannabis seeds can be occasionally seen.
The genetic material in the soft plant tissue inside the seeds is what really determines the type, size, sex and potency of the cannabis you will eventually grow. These genetics, along with the environment you provide, will control the terpenes, cannabinoids, yield and potency of your eventual cannabis harvest.
In the years before Dutch Passion invented feminised cannabis seeds, people would often try to predict which seeds would produce female plants. Of course, this was impossible. But it didn’t stop people going to great lengths, even measuring the weight of individual seeds in an attempt to derive some knowledge from the seeds physical appearance/size.
Why are some cannabis seeds white and some black?
Can white cannabis seeds germinate? One curious result from the white vs dark seeds cannabis video was that the white cannabis seeds appeared to germinate slightly faster than the dark cannabis seeds. This is interesting, since the seeds all contain the same Think Different autoflowering genetics from a recent cannabis seed batch.
Rather than looking at the appearance of a cannabis seed, you should focus more on the quality of breeding which has gone into the seed. Some growers think that only the largest, tiger-striped cannabis seeds will go on to produce the best plants. Yet some strains will never produce seeds like that.
There have been many theories about how the size, shape and colour of cannabis seeds can affect the plants which they eventually produce. In reality, it’s the cannabis genetics inside the seed case which really determines the results that you can expect. The shell of the seed and the markings on it are purely cosmetic and don’t give any clues to the results you can expect.
One suggestion is that the white cannabis seeds may have a slightly softer shell, allowing the white cannabis seeds a slightly faster germination. The experiment was repeated twice more. On each occasion, the seed germination rates were the same, but the white seeds tended to germinate faster.
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