Grow Autoflowering Seeds To Create Feminized Marijuana Plants
Regular seeds used in growing cannabis are those that have been kept under controlled conditions. These seeds may be germinating in compost, soggy compost or moist soil such as that from leeks or clover fields. Germinating seeds will not sprout until after about six weeks. It is important to keep the seedlings protected during this period, while they develop.
Regular seeds used in growing weed are often referred to as feminized or regular seeds, while feminized seeds are also known as cross-bred seeds. Both classes of seeds create high quality cannabis plants, but cross-bred seeds are more suited to indoor growing than are regular seeds. Cross-bred seeds are usually made from a female and male plant.
There are several advantages to using feminised or cross-bred cannabis plants. For starters, these plants are not prone to the aggressive actions of feminicides. While some of the advantages of cross-breeding crops are pros, disadvantages are also pros. One of the advantages of regular seeds is that the plants are easy to grow; therefore, you can start them quickly and move on to bigger plants very quickly. The disadvantages of regular seeds include the following:
– It is easier to control the pollen of cross-bred plants than that of regular seeds because the pollen of the cross-bred plant does not have any male pollen. – It is harder to determine the gender of flowers coming from cross-bred plants than that of a regular plant. – There is no way to determine the gender of a flower other than observation. – When a flower grows in the wrong kind of habitat it could potentially end up with male and female plants that produce opposite sexes’ pollen.
– The flowering period of cross-bred cannabis plants is shorter than that of regular seeds. – Some hybrids may have a flowering period of just two weeks, compared to ten weeks for regular seeds. – The flowers of hybrid plants are often deformed compared to that of regular seeds. – Cross-bred cannabis plants can be grown under different lighting conditions and on varied types of soil.
The advantages and disadvantages of hybrid cannabis plants are clear when compared with ordinary seeds. The advantages include greater tolerance towards stress and less likely to suffer from diseases that can be passed on to the crop from the plant. The disadvantages include greater susceptibility to attack from insects and other pests. Also, hybrid strains tend to be sensitive to high temperatures; this means that outdoor growing is advisable if the plants are to be obtained fresh.
If you want to try your hand at indoor growing then there are options available for you to create feminized marijuana plants. In this case both male and female plants are used and the sex of the plant is not changed. In this way, the plant will still grow as a regular seeds but will bear fruit twice as often. However, since the potency of feminized marijuana plant is reduced the chances of it being abused increases.
The new technique that is making waves in the world of agriculture is called autoflowering seeds. This is a technique that enables regular seeds to be produced from male or female plants. In order for this to work, the farmer has to select the best female cannabis plant with optimal quality. After this process has been carried out the farmer then injects the female plant with the desired amount of autoflowering seed. The seeds that are released are the male ones. The feminized plant thus grows as a regular seeds only with the ability to produce pollen once the conditions are right.