feminized Marijuana Plants
What are regular seed packets? Marijuana regular seed packets can produce feminized plants (unisex) – the first time that this kind of thing was done! In the past, all the great plants were regular; except, when feminized female plants started appearing, most of the growers totally forgot about regular seeds. Many great Marijuana plants have appeared lately in various parts of the world. Some of them have become super-popular in certain locations on a short period of time. Many people have started growing these kinds of Plants for personal use.
When feminized seeds are found, these are called regular seed. However, it should be noted that such seeds will not grow in a male plant. These regular seed packets have been used in order to create plants with the perfect proportions for marijuana. Regular seeds for cultivation are required for the feminization of plants in order to produce feminized ones. These plants should have perfect proportions between regular females and males.
Why should you care about the difference between regular and feminized seeds? In order to grow high quality Marijuana, one should pay close attention to the nutrition content present in the soil. A good soil is going to be full of nutrients, thus ensuring a healthy growth. A soil with lots of nutrients will help to promote healthy growth, thus allowing the plant to grow to its maximum potential. As a result, one would be able to enjoy many years from one particular plant!
If feminized seeds are available, many growers have started experimenting with them. These kinds of seeds have been found to be compatible with many other types of Marijuana plants; however, they don’t seem to be as effective as regular seedlings. It’s not because they don’t work, it’s just that they don’t grow like female plants do. Many growers have reported that their favorite plants grown with these seeds grow to be much smaller than normal.
Although feminized seeds are widely available, some people still choose to grow regular marijuana seeds. Some consider regular marijuana seeds as a novelty item, while others view them more as a way to start another crop of feminized marijuana plants. Either way, many growers agree that it is best to grow marijuana from regular seedlings. However, many growers also believe that there is a big difference between male and female plants when it comes to growing marijuana.
Male marijuana plants often prefer a female counterpart. This can be a result of genetics, but it is also because they are unable to pollinate. Male marijuana seeds are used to pollinate female plants, which results in cross-pollination. However, using feminized strains to cross-pollinate with regular marijuana plants will cause the plant to stop growing hair, which means there is nothing for the pollen to go into the flowering buds.
Female plants have a very different growth pattern when compared to male plants. They grow and flower in a completely different way, requiring almost double the amount of water, much more fertilizer and less food during the entire flower and fruit phase. The harvest time is significantly longer for a female plant, and there are usually fewer blooms to harvest. These factors, along with the fact that a female plant cannot actively pollinate seeds makes growing feminized strains an added challenge.
Marijuana enthusiasts who are looking for a faster growing marijuana crop can try combining feminized seeds with regular seeds to get an edge. Growing two distinct kinds of marijuana together will produce plants that are very different in shape, growth pattern and habit, which is exactly what a cross would do. It will take a little longer, but the difference in results is well worth it. Cross-pollinated buds will have large, luscious flowers and large dark green leaves that are guaranteed to attract many admirers.