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What is the production capacity indicated by the manufacturers?

When we talk about the production capacity of cannabis seeds, we are talking about a theoretical potential, a maximum that can be reached under ideal conditions. But what does this actually mean? It means that while a seed may have the genetic potential to produce a certain amount of flowers, reaching that maximum is a task within the reach of few.

Cannabis growing is an art and a science, and there are many factors that can influence the final yield of a plant. Some of these factors are:

  • Plant genetics:Every cannabis strain has its own yield potential, which is determined by its genetics. Some strains are known for their high yields, while others are valued for other characteristics, such as taste, effect or disease resistance.
  • Growing conditions: light, temperature, humidity, type of soil or growing medium and water quality can have a big impact on a plant's yield.
  • Nutrients: Cannabis plants need a variety of nutrients to grow and flower. Proper nutrition can make the difference between a healthy, productive plant and a weak, low-yielding plant.
  • Plant care and management: Pruning, training, and pest and disease prevention are essential aspects of cannabis plant care. Good management can significantly improve a plant's performance.
  • Grower experience: The skill and experience of the grower can have a big impact on a plant's performance. An experienced grower knows how to deal with the challenges that can arise during the life cycle of a cannabis plant and how to maximise its yield potential.

But remember, cannabis seeds are sold as collectors' items and are not intended to be germinated. Germinating these seeds may be illegal in some jurisdictions and you should always respect local and national laws.

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