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Requiring an average of 10 weeks to completely develop, build buds and mature, autoflowering marijuana seeds are considered the fastest and simplest means of growing marijuana outside in Massachusetts. Autoflowering plants develop and bud at the same time reaching complete maturity in approximately two months from planting outdoors. Ruderalis, a wild form of hemp, provides the ‘auto-flowering’ genes, and even though it’s crude, natural form isn’t any good alone, combined with high quality traditional genes, it helps to produce feminized seeds with the best attributes from both genetic pools, able to produce high quality buds automatically, regardless of the number of light or darkness hours the plants receive.
Autoflowering seeds have the ability to grow and flower, irrespective of the number of hours of darkness, producing ripe buds in just a ten week wait from germination. Through foresight and planning, this allows marijuana growers in Massachusetts to germinate and plant seeds from the start of the season all the way until the middle Summer, generating staggered harvests, and a regular supply of fresh marijuana. High quality genetics, selective breeding and the best quality controls, produce the highest quality autoflowering seeds for sale in Massachusetts, and while the yields per-plant aren’t as large and profitable as those from season-long feminized seeds, the bud quality, and characteristics such as taste and smell remain the same. The lack of true vegetative time creates a plant that is focused on creating a large single cola and less side branches compared to both feminized and regular marijuana seeds, producing short, dense plants, great for growing styles such as the Sea-of-Green method.
Once established, autoflowering seeds will grow quickly, developing roots, branches and flowers at the same time. Some growers speed-up the time from outdoor planting to harvest by starting the seeds inside first. This allows the young seedlings time to grow and develop the roots for the first couple of weeks of their lives, prior to planting in a pot or directly into the ground outdoors. Both regular and feminized marijuana seeds require set hour’s of darkness to flower, however autoflowering seeds require no set hours of darkness to flower or completely mature. In fact the biggest and best quality harvests are achieved during the middle of Summer, as the plant’s receive the longest, and strongest day’s of direct sunlight.
No matter what time of year, or the month they are cultivated, growing autoflowering seeds in Massachusetts takes between seven and nine weeks for the plants to fully ripen, with indoor germination and development helping to reduce the time required before being taken and planted outdoors. Autoflowering seeds cultivated from early Spring through to even the end of Summer, should have time to grow and completely ripen, prior to the start of Winter. Regular harvests as soon as June can be produced through to October by using correct planning and strain selection. With fast regular harvests you can reduce the number of plants you are cultivating,which also reduces the risks involved with growing marijuana seeds in Massachusetts, while still maintaining a regular supply. This can be a big advantage compared to feminized varieties, which won’t be mature and ready to cut and harvest until the early weeks of Fall.
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A large proportion of states in the USA allow medical and, or, recreational marijuana to be grown, other states do not. Because of this, remote and secluded growing is increasing in popularity across many parts. By utilizing these techniques, a lot of the risks associated in growing marijuana seeds may be reduced, with many growers now planting autoflowering marijuana seeds instead of the more regular and traditional varieties. Fast-flowering and easy to grow, they are the best seeds for growing on parts of your land, or areas that seldom attracts walkers or visitors.
While buying marijuana seeds in Massachusetts that require the whole year to grow will produce bigger harvests, buying autoflowering seeds generates quicker harvests and makes hiding the plants much easier. For some, experience is a factor to be considered. While all marijuana seeds produce plants that can be grown both indoors and outside, a selection of seeds and strains perform better than others, and may also be far simpler to cultivate. Autoflowering seeds need very little skill or attention to achieve high quality buds and harvests. Providing they are given an adequate supply of water and necessary nutrients, sunlight and fresh air, they will grow and flower simultaneously, producing a high quality harvest within ten weeks from sprouting, regardless of your level of experience.
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An extremely easy to grow autoflowering AK 47 strain with equal measures of both Sativa and Indica genetics.Known as the ‘One-shot-wonder’.
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Super Skunk Auto seeds produce short plants with good yields of extremely pungent Skunk Cannabis, similar to the famous feminized Cannabis variety.
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Why Gravel Gardens Are Better Than They Sound
Yes, they may require 80 percent less work. But their beauty alone is reason enough to rethink the way you’re gardening now.
By Margaret Roach
The phrase “gravel garden” doesn’t resonate with Jeff Epping, although he’s a leading proponent of adopting this planting style, which is beautiful and exceptionally resilient.
“I’ve never liked the name, because it just doesn’t conjure the look of what’s possible,” said Mr. Epping, the director of horticulture at Olbrich Botanical Gardens, in Madison, Wis., where he created his first gravel garden in 2009, and has planted three more since.
In the way that rock gardens aren’t all about the rocks, he said, gravel isn’t the lead character here, either. Rather, it plays the essential supporting role. The plants — in his case, mostly native grasses and flowering perennials evocative of natural prairie plant communities — do the showing off.
“When I tell people about gravel gardening without them seeing it, they might say, ‘Oh, that sounds like it might be interesting,’” Mr. Epping said. “But then they see the images, and express surprise that it’s as beautiful as any garden.”
Then he adds a kicker: A gravel garden could be 80 percent less work to maintain than a conventional garden with similar plants.
That’s how converts are made.
It is precisely because of the gravel that upkeep is so drastically reduced. This is no mere top-dressing — not a mulch layer, but a deliberate foundation four or five inches deep that the garden is planted into. That depth discourages weeds from finding a foothold, while minimizing runoff, directing available water to where roots can use it.
Caring for an established gravel garden requires even less attention week to week than taking care of a lawn, which “might as well be a parking lot, as far as the garden’s creatures go,” Mr. Epping said.
He turned the grassy stretch in front of his home into a water-wise gravel garden in 2018. And now the time he once spent mowing is devoted to watching bees, butterflies or a goldfinch nibbling at a Coreopsis seed head.
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On visits to English gardens over the years, Mr. Epping had seen gravel gardening brought to life, particularly in the transformed parking area that welcomes visitors to the nursery and gardens made by Beth Chatto, in the county of Essex. The cottage at Dungeness that belonged to the artist Derek Jarman is another well-known example.
For a time, Mr. Epping filed all of that away. It wasn’t until he saw a smaller-scale version by Roy Diblik, at Northwind Perennial Farm in Burlington, Wis., that he felt called to action. And Mr. Diblik — inspired by the same images, as well as a visit to the German designer Cassian Schmidt’s garden, Hermannshof — helped Mr. Epping make Olbrich’s first gravel garden.
Several states away, Andrew Bunting, the vice president of public gardens and landscapes for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, had the same frames of reference, including Mr. Epping’s work. He had enjoyed years of regular visits to the gravel garden at Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, Pa., not far from his Swarthmore home.
For him, the trigger that turned those inspirations into action was the pandemic.
Mr. Bunting found himself at home in 2020 in what became his “Covid office,” looking out at his “meadow-ish front garden” day after day, he said, from his seat at the dining table. “I remember thinking, ‘This is tired; it needs redoing.’”
Another factor in his decision was the presence of two tenacious weeds, lesser celandine (Ficaria verna) and star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum). Could they be subdued for good by the gravel method?