What is a Lizard?
Feminized cannabis seeds Lizard easily grows both on-street beds and indoors. The bushes require a little care, and in return, they guarantee an impressive harvest. Plants respond well to the ScrOG method. After 60-65 days, the color of the crop in Indore averages 600 g per square meter. On-street beds from one plant receive up to 700 g of product.
The lizard pleases not only with a crop. Many large cones amaze the imagination with combinations of green and purple colors, as well as tints of sunlight on many crystals.
Impact, taste, and aroma
Cannabis variety Lizard is an indicative dominant variety with 24-28% THC. Perhaps this phrase can explain a lot. The effect on flexibility and power, combined with physical relaxation and cerebral effect. The sweet taste and aroma of the finished product lollipops harmonize perfectly with this. A lizard is like a delicious sweetie for pain, stress, depression, and insomnia. Lizard in the morning or afternoon, he is a great candidate to sing a sweet lullaby at night.
Watering cannabis: poor-quality water
Watering cannabis is a vital part of the process of growing healthy, strong and productive bushes. However, often growers are faced with problems that arise due to poor-quality water. Sometimes it is too soft for the plant, and sometimes it is very hard. Also quite often it contains impurities of various chemical elements that can adversely affect the health of the plant. In both cases, the problem should be quickly and effectively eliminated so that cannabis can produce a plentiful and high-quality crop. This is what will be discussed in this article.
The main symptoms of poor-quality water
Clear signs that the gardener is using low-quality water are the following symptoms:
- Plant growth has slowed;
- Cannabis leaves begin to dry or die;
- Foliage changes its color to yellow, brown or orange;
- The plant absorbs poorly or does not absorb nutrients at all.
The hardness of water
Water hardness is determined by the amount of alkaline earth metal salts dissolved in it. Most of them are calcium and magnesium. Therefore, they are even called “hardness salts”. The most favorable concentration of solids in water for watering hemp is considered to be 100-150 ppm. Hard water can negatively affect the ability of a plant to absorb nutrients. Very often this leads to their lack, due to which the plant begins to wilt. The easiest way to stabilize hardness salts is to mix unfiltered and filtered water. That is exactly what gardeners most often do, who have no other way to correct it.
With very low stiffness, you can use special additives “Cal-Mag”, which are produced by many companies. And when the water hardness rises to 250 ppm, it is worth filtering it with ion or osmotic filters. It is also worth remembering that hard water can cause serious damage to the hydroponic system, damaging the equipment. And too soft water is not the best option for watering plants, so it is worth minimizing the use of various emollients.