Seeds of the cannabis plant are in a way similar to regular seed, being part of the class of homylesters. Both feminized and regular seeds can sprout equally well. Regular seed, such as all seed plants, contain stems with leaves where male flowers don’t. Regular seeds can either be male or female. Female cannabis plants are referred to as feminized cannabis plants, whereas male cannabis plants are called sativa.
Some of the world’s old-school stonemasters are able to recreate the elusive old-school cannabis experiences without resorting to modern scientific procedures. While some cannabis strains have been bred specifically to produce specific kinds of high – THC content or flavor, others are mass-produced using techniques which are not considered too controlling by those who seek the old-school experience. Many of these old-school strain cultivators grow using hydroponic methods, which are less messy, more economical and environmentally friendly. Some old schoolers even grow using only their own sweat! The great thing about hydroponic gardening is that it is quite easy to mimic old-school styles, since hydroponics systems are both easy to learn and relatively inexpensive.
Most feminized and regular seeds are treated like regular seeds when they are planted outdoors. The only difference between a regular seed and a feminized cannabis plant is that they are placed into trays or containers made from plastic. A female cannabis plant is crossed with a male cannabis plant to create a new plant with the desired characteristics of the crossed parent plant. If you plan on growing your new plant from scratch, you need to start with a regular seed, because you will need to start growing a new plant from scratch, especially if you plan on breeding the offspring of your new plant. The female cannabis plant contains one set of chromosomes (sex) that is always dominant, which is why the plants you see in the garden or your neighbor’s garden are the same plant, even though the parents are of different genders.
When you hybridize plants, you are crossing one species with another to create a new one that contains characteristics of both parents. There are basically two types of feminized seeds. One is a regular seed that has been crossbred with a marijuana plant that is already feminized. The second type is a feminized cannabis plant. These are the kind you will find at a seed store.
Crossbreeding is the basis for producing regular seeds and feminized cannabis seeds. When you crossbreed a normal cannabis plant with a feminized cannabis plant, you get regular seeds that contain one set of chromosomes (sex) that is always dominant. When you crossbreed regular seeds with feminized seeds, you end up with regular seeds that contain two sets of chromosomes (sex) that are always recessive. So when females and males meet, the dominant gender (the male) will win the mating attempt and the result will be regular seeds that contain one set of chromosomes (sex) that is normally dominant.
If you want to try out your own crossbreeding, you need to buy some feminized cannabis seeds. Buy some colloidal silver because colloidal silver is an effective breeding tool. When you buy colloidal silver, choose some that are high quality and have been processed to remove any foreign matter. The more pure the colloidal silver is, the better the quality of the seeds.
When you buy auto flowering seeds, make sure they are a good crossbreeder. There are many farmers who breed and sell excellent autoflowering strains. Many of these strains are the same crossbreeds used to produce regular seeds. You can also buy autoflowering seeds from reputable breeders who are experienced in breeding and producing high-quality cannabis.
Crossbreeding with feminized seeds will produce regular seeds that are healthier than regular seeds. However, it is important to note that this method will require that you purchase your feminized seeds from a reputable breeder. Make sure he or she specializes in crossbreeding. Crossbreeding with regular genetics can lead to unpredictable results and can create hybrid strains that are unhealthy and difficult to control.