Choosing Regular Seed for Your Favorite Strain
The regular seed to cannabis plant is very easy to germinate and yield excellent quality buds. Regular seed to cannabis is recommended as opposed to Indica or Sativa seeds, which are more difficult to germinate. Regular seeds should yield a theritic percentage of half female plants and half male plants. This can vary depending upon environmental and luck factors. Most times, the ratio will be around 4-6 male plants for each 10 seeds germinating.
Some experts prefer the use of feminized or autoflowering marijuana seeds because these provide the desired effect of creating a cross between male and female plants without creating an abnormal cross. Autoflowering marijuana seeds can be used to crossbreed cannabis with Indica and create hybrid crops. These hybrid crops are called feminized cannabis. Some hybrid crops do not produce flowers, but grow like miniature cannabis.
Some of the best hybrid marijuana crops are the result of crossbreeding with the African or Asian hybrid varieties that have become known as Asian Chronic. This strain has heavy buds with dark green leaves. Many experts believe this strain to be the most efficient means for cultivation in indoor growing facilities. Since this strain has heavy buds, it does not take as much time to mature. The time spent on full production is just two weeks compared to four to six weeks for the Indica variety.
There is also another variety of cannabis genetics that has become popular recently, called Moroccan Herbs. The Moroccan herb has very little green foliage and is dark green in color. This variety is extremely fast growing, producing large numbers of buds in each pot. It takes about three weeks to mature. Although it has only been recently released, many growers are finding out that the Moroccan Herbs is even more efficient than the Black Seed.
A third popular hybrid variety is the Cheese, also known as the Cheese Herb. The farmers who developed this cannabis seeds crossed the Cheese weed, which has a white lace-like leaf with small black flowers, with the Black Seed and the Sativa seed. They created the Cheese Herb with greater ease and the crop produced a greater amount of buds. This herb is popular in Europe and North America, grown mainly in lawns. Although this variety has yet to be introduced into the United States, many growers are starting to grow Cheese Herb in indoor herb gardens because it is extremely easy to maintain and grow.
Some consumers think that seeds from plants such as Cheese, Ham, and Cheese weed are highly desirable because these are the “fastest growing” marijuana seeds. However, it should be noted that the plants mentioned above are very old and their seeds have already passed their prime. In other words, no one is going to grow those types of seeds for enjoyment or profit. When choosing regular cannabis seeds, people need to find plants that are in their prime and are highly unlikely to produce a bust or two over the first couple of months.
No one can argue that some strains of cannabis are the most expensive, and that includes Skunk. In some cases, people have reported making up to five times the amount of money they would have made if they had chosen a regular 1 regular seed or seeds instead of a Skunk or Russianote. However, people need to be careful of buying regular seeds from reputable sources. If the seller is not reputable, it could be possible to wind up with a bad tasting product that will kill your plants, or worse, make them taste like chemicals and pesticides instead of the sweet, budy aromas that are associated with skunk aroma.
It is important to note that strains regular seeds produce only a single type of high concentrated oil, and that is the oil from the flower buds. The oils produced by the buds are concentrated, which means they will also be much less potent than the concentrated oils produced by other parts of the plant. For this reason, the strains that have the strongest smell tend to be the weaker ones, and you may find that your home-grown cannabis has a very strong aroma. This is often down to genetics. If you choose a strong but less expensive seed, your home-grown cannabis will probably have a stronger aroma and will taste better.