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How to Increase Your Yield of Legal Medical Medicine

Updated on November 30, 2011

There are many different tricks and guides to increase the amount of females, or the THC content of ganja plants:

You can make the plants mature in about a month if your in a rush, by cutting back on the light to about 14 hours, but the plants will not grow as big.
You should gradually reduce the light cycle until you reach fourteen hours.

You can stop any watering as the plants begin to make the resin rise to
the flowers. This will increase the resin a bit.

You can use a sunlamp on the plants as they begin to develop flower
stalks.

You can cut off the flower, right at the spot where it joins the main stem,
and a new flower will form in a few weeks. This can be repeated two or
three times to get several times more flowers than usual.

If the plants are sprayed with Ethel early in their growing process, they
will produce as almost female plants. This usually speeds the flowering
also, it may happen in as little as 14 days.

You can employ a growth changer called Colchicine. This is a bit hard to
get and expensive. (Should be ordered through a lab of some sort and costs
about $35 a gram.)

To use the Colchicine, you should prepare your presoaking solution of
distilled water with about 0.10 per cent Colchicine. This will cause many of
the seeds to die and not germinate, but the ones that do come up will be
polyploid plants. This is the accepted difference between such strains as
"gold" and normal grass, and yours will DEFINITELY be super weed.

However, the Medical Index shows Colchicine being given in very smallsave
quantities to people for treatment if various ailments. Although these
quantities are small, they would appear to be larger than any you could receive
form smoking a seed-treated plant.

It would be a good idea to download a copy of how to grow weed if you are
planning to attempt this, and read complete instructions.

Another still-experimental process to increase the resin it to pinch off
the leaf tips as soon as they appear from the time the plant is in the seedling
stage on through its entire life-span. This produces a distorted,
wrecked-looking plant which would be very difficulty to recognize as marijuana.
Of course, there is less substance to this plant, but such wrecked creatures
have been known to produce so much resin that is crystallizes a strong hash all
over the surface of the plant - might be wise to try it on a plant or two and
see what happens.

April Fool's! Please do not do any of the things stated in this article.

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