This type of marijuana seeds produces both female and male marijuana plants. In addition, it hasn’t been altered genetically or chemically in any way, making them completely natural.
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Float or Sink Test
Worried that you won’t be able to properly identify the gender of your marijuana plants? Don’t worry! That’s why feminized seeds would be a great option for you to begin with. We recommend a staple strain that is both easy to grow indoors or outdoors, and an all-around favourite for growers everywhere; Blue Dream Feminized Seeds are a great first choice for beginner growers’.
You can take another step to ensure that your seeds are healthy. Some cannabis growers just don’t rely on the physical appearance of their seeds to discover if they’ve purchased high-quality seeds.
Some users rely on the float or sink test to see if the seeds are healthy. To tests out your seeds, grab a cup or container of water and put your seeds in the water. After about an hour, you should check to see what seeds are floating and if there were any that sunk.
Seeds that don’t sink are healthy and should be planted. However, any of the seeds that were floating should be thrown away.
There’s really only one way to identify the sex of your marijuana plants. Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait to see how the plants grow to be able to tell what plants are male and what plants are female.
As mentioned, medical use was first legalized in 2016 thanks to a constitutional amendment making Florida the first southern state to adopt proactive measures relating to cannabis law.The initiative was overwhelmingly approved with 71% of the total votes cast and with its introduction, medical marijuana can now be cultivated and dispensed to qualifying patients.
Unfortunately, recreational cannabis use remains illegal in the state of Florida. Possession of up to 20 grams is considered a misdemeanour offence, punishable by up to a year in prison, a fine of up to $1000, as well as the suspension of one’s driver’s license.
While cannabis remains illegal for recreational use in Florida, the Sunshine State became the first southern U.S state to legalise the plant in any form when they first introduced medical cannabis back in 2016.
But is it legal to grow cannabis in Florida?
In this article, we explore the relevant cannabis laws in Florida relevant to possession, consumption and cultivation.
However, several cities including San Diego and Miami have introduced new reforms to apply lesser penalties as the state begins to loosen cannabis laws.
Under the legislation, those with debilitating medical ailments as determined by a licensed state physician may qualify to use cannabis for medicinal purposes. Some of the conditions that qualify for medical cannabis use in Florida include cancer, glaucoma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), multiple sclerosis, and chronic pain, amongst others