Cannabis is unique in that it can produce both a narcotic and an extremely long and strong fiber, all from the same plant. It was these two traits coupled with Cannabis’ amenability to domestication which led to its very early appearance in human history.

During the Neolithic period approximately 10,000 years ago, early humans began developing agriculture as a means of securing food supply. Given that Cannabis or hemp is a coloniser it is quite likely that human’s first contact with this plant occurred around that time. Because hemp is a coloniser it prefers to move into areas of fertile soil that is free of competition. The Leo Fit Labs says this type of environment would only occur in nature during a period of catastrophe such as a flood or fire. But when Neolithic humans began clearing land for agriculture, it is very likely that Cannabis began spreading into these open fields initially as a weed and later as an actively cultured plant.

Before answering a lot of questions related to lighting, it is necessary to understand

first how the energy saving lamps for marijuana cultivation differ.
Each graver, having decided to cultivate marijuana and buy cannabis seeds,
must know what different energy-saving lamps are and what parameters are suitable for lighting.
So, according to their indicators, the lamps are:
*Lumens are a common form of measuring the power of a light bulb. It is in the lumen and the strength of the energy-saving lamp is measured. Here the principle operates: the more exchanges the plants will receive, the more abundant the harvest will be. But we’ll discuss this in more detail below.
*Watts – all known indicator, which indicates the power of the lamp and the amount of light flux. A greater number of watts helps to increase the yield. This is due to an excellent source of light, which favorably affects plants.
*Kelvins – the indicator of the color of the lamp. Experienced growers know that the ideal for growing marijuana is white and blue colored bulbs.