Reggie weed is a low-grade C strain – although some consider it a B+ or mid-grade weed – usually with a sativa-dominant heritage. It’s typically considered a beginner’s strain as its effects are very mild, with THC levels around 15% to 18%.
Now appearance isn’t everything but in the strain world, it can be a great indication of the weed quality . Many describe it as having an unusual dull, dark green or brown color. Often, it’s dotted with many seeds but lacks much of the appealing crystallization you hope to see.
What Does Reggie Weed Look Like?
When growing indoors you can regulate moisture levels, sunlight and temperature to create a high-quality variation. Often, growers will give little attention to developing the plant and simply leave it alone until it produces a decent amount of leaves, which is often not many.
Smell can be a huge factor when determining what strain is right for you, some people prefer hard-hitting smells like Platinum Bubba Kush . This strain has a very floral and spicy scent, which many people love. Not all high-quality strains will have a great smell but typically if they lack in scent, they make up for in either taste or effect. Unfortunately, this cannot be said for Reggie weed, it’s not what attracts potential buyers. The strain is often described as having a mild skunky or dry hay smell. While it’s not terrible, there’s nothing alluring about it either.
Normally, with high-quality strains like Candy Kush, there will be a mass of trichomes . These are the attractive crystals or frost that form on the buds. These trichomes are also the source of all the cannabinoids and terpenes in your cannabis, so with little visible, you can expect a very mellow high. High-quality strains should have quite an appealing bright green color unless they have been genetically modified.
Statistically, cannabis produces more male plants than females. Using these techniques can increase the number of female plants grown from regular seeds. Make the most of your time, space, and precious dollars by boosting the number of females every grow.
High and stable humidity levels from germination right on through to vegetation increases female development. Similarly, consistent and stable watering routines maintain ideal moisture in the grow medium. Stable moisture exposure in the air and medium promotes females.
STABILITY IN THE ENVIRONMENT
Metal halide lamps are ideal for the vegetation phase of cannabis. They are blue biased in their spectrum and imitate summer light effectively, which is the natural vegetation period of cannabis. When the 12-12 switch is made to promote flowering, switch to a high pressure sodium light. These a red biased in their spectrum and imitate the red-shifted light of autumn.
The other downside of 24hr light exposure during vegetation is poor root development and interrupted gas exchange in the rhizosphere. Root development occurs predominantly at night, and necessary oxygen exchange occurs more efficiently at this time too. Healthy roots mean healthy plants.
Unless you are planning on doing some breeding of your own and you’re looking for a perfect male, female cannabis plants are what growing marijuana is all about. However, unless you purchase feminized seeds from a reputable source, females aren’t always guaranteed. In fact, statistically, regular cannabis seeds will produce 75% or more males per crop.
In the vegetative stage a marijuana plant really does grow like a weed! It can recover from a lot even if you mess up. You can almost even think of it as a regular houseplant, just a really fast growing one!
When it comes to nutrients, follow the nutrient schedule or recommended dosage for “vegetative” growth. However, it’s a good idea to start at half-strength at first since most nutrient recommendations are often a bit too strong for marijuana right away.
Step 3: Choose Your Growing Medium
Around 6 weeks after the switch to 12/12, your plant will stop growing bigger and focus completely on bud growth. Although that’s true for most strains, some long-flowering or Sativa strains can continue growing taller for longer.
Your Main Duty After Week 6 : Watch Buds & Leaves Closely For Problems
Most plants are ready to harvest about 9-13 weeks after the switch to 12/12 though some strains take more or less time.
One of the simplest ways to germinate your seeds is to plant them in a starter plug like a Rapid Rooter. These already moist when you get them and are designed to give your seed everything it needs for the first few days of growth. Just put your seed in the pre-cut hole and leave in a warm place until your seedlings appear! (Here’s more info if you would rather germinate the seeds first, and then put them in the Rapid Rooters). Add a few teaspoons of water if they start to dry out but don’t add so much water the rooters actually look shiny wet. You don’t want to drown your seedlings! Unless your air is really dry, seedlings like the open air and don’t need a humidity dome like clones do. They get all the water they need through their roots.