Cultivating Cannabis

Grown on Pennsylvania soil, the cultivation process for medical marijuana must follow a series of controlled steps in order to produce the highest quality medicinal value ensured by your local dispensaries. Successfully grown cannabis is characterized by good presentation, strong aroma, abundance of cannabinoids and terpenes, and minimal amounts of mold, fungus, and pesticide residue. Complicated by the varying sativa, indica, and hybrid strains, the process must be scrutinized to cater to such variations. Let’s dig in!

Indica, Sativa, & Hybrid

  • Indica
  • Sativa
  • Hybrid

6 to 8 weeks
flowering time

Body-focused · Sedating · Relaxing · Helps fight anxiety Insomnia · Pain relief

Higher CBD levels

Dark green, wider leaves


10 to 16 weeks
flowering time

Cerebral-focused · Uplifting · Creative · Helps fight depression · ADD · Fatigue

Higher THC levels

Light green, narrower leaves


It’s possible for a hybrid plant to inherit the shorter flowering time of the indica plant along with its quality yield while also exhibiting cerebral highs similar to sativa.

The Cultivation Process

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