There are numerous cannabis or marijuana seeds on the market. Briefly summarised you can divide these into three groups:
We would like to explain the difference between the different type of cannabis seeds.
The regular cannabis seeds are totally natural marijuana seeds that have not been chemically altered. The plants from regular cannabis seeds can both be male and female. If you have ordered 10 regular cannabis seeds for instance, you can’t know if the plants will become male or female, most probably male/famale would be 5/5. When they are cultivated in good circumstances, you are more likely to grow female plants.
1) Regular cannabis seeds
If you want to grow cannabis seeds it’s very important that you cultivate female plants. The male plant only produces pollen and when pollinizes other plants they produce ultimately seed, so these aren’t any good. A female plant produces the flower, your buds. So if you want to grow for personal use, you only need to grow female cannabis plants.
Feminized cannabis seeds are genetically altered so that they produce female plants in at least 97% of the cases. This forms a great advantage as only female cannabis plants produce flowers. The male cannabis plants don’t produce flowers, contain little THC and can even influence the production of THC of female plants. The female cannabis plant produces considerably more working substances such as THC, CBD, CBG and CBN than a male cannabis plant. Before bringing the seeds on the market, they are first thoroughly tested and further cultivated so that we are sure that our plants are genetically stable and consistent.
What do you have to pay attention to when buying cannabis seeds?
Before you get some growing experience under your belt, it’s highly recommended to keep things cheap…
You’ll be in for a pleasant surprise.
There’s a very big chance you’re going to get scammed.
Chapter 6 Germinating Marijuana Seeds
To get the results you want, it’s essential that you start out with high-quality seeds from the right strain.
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What’s the bottom line?
When you get seeds you want to be 100% sure, you’re getting quality seeds that will result in strong bud-producing marijuana plants.