When we talk about hybridization, it is clear that regular seeds are the first ones mentioned here. Regular seeds are female seeds that grow to be about 50% male and half female plants. Normally, cannabis plants with full male flowers are utilized for breeding and making new hybrids. These new hybrids are then released into the market in different forms such as trim, suckers, bush, indoor etc. While cutting these seeds into regular seed forms, care must be taken to ensure that the correct chromosomes are produced. This ensures that they have the right proportions when introduced to climates and conditions suitable for their growth.
Regular seed is produced during the process of pollination. The pollen comes from a flower or plant pollen and moves towards the pollinator, who is the butterfly. If the butterfly visits the plant or flower while it is pollinating, then it will collect the pollen. The plant will then produce seeds, which are the sexual counterparts of the pollen.
There are two general methods of growing regular seeds vs. feminized strains. Hybrid marijuana growers usually use hybrid seeds which have undergone some genetic modifications. They are designed for specific growing conditions and should yield better results. On the other hand, most feminized strains are specifically intended to grow in any kind of environment-all environments, all kinds of growing temperatures and all kinds of soil types.
Most feminized strains are crossed with regular seed to create feminized plants which can be used in growing marijuana. However, feminized seeds are not as successful as regular seedlings. For one thing, the plants tend to be smaller than regular seedlings. Also, feminized plants are not very flexible because of their minimal set of chromosomes. When feminized plants grow up, they tend to be confined to just one place on the plant until they stop growing and die. Also, they do not have the full complement of chromosomes that regular seedlings have, so they are much more prone to environmental stresses and are much less robust.
The most successful way to cultivate feminized cannabis seeds is to cross them with regular seed and let them grow. Some growers do this on their own by simply taking a cutting from one of the female plants and putting it into the male plant. Some growers prefer to wait until the plants start growing, then cross them with regular seed. This is usually done when the plant has just produced seeds and starts to get larger.
The first step of crossbreeding is to determine which specific characteristics each of the parent plant needs to make it grow better. The final product is a cannabis plant with the traits needed to do well in specific growing conditions. It also means that it has some natural self-fertilization, is resistant to environmental stresses and has high yield potential. When feminized cannabis seeds are crossbred, the traits of the parent’s share will often stay the same, but the final offspring will have a different set of traits. The ultimate goal is for the offspring to produce good quality cannabis plants, which may be able to compete with high quality indoor grown cannabis plants grown under similar growing conditions.
Crossbreeding cannabis seeds can be expensive because the process may require specialized equipment. It is not necessary to invest in a greenhouse or other artificial structure, but some of the growers who do try to save money do end up using them on a regular basis. There is a downside to breeding your own plants though. Even if you get it right the first time, chances are you will not have nearly as high quality crop because you will have a great deal of difficulty finding the plants that are most desirable to you. You may take weeks or even months to completely get the balance right.
It is possible to buy feminized cannabis seeds from specialty stores, but many growers simply grow their plants from regular seed. A regular seed will retain the characteristics of its parent plant, allowing the grower to concentrate on those characteristics that are desirable to him or her. A regular seed will also retain a lot of its tiny “babies” (orphan leaves and roots) making it harder for the grower to concentrate on the flowers and stems. Many breeders also crossbreed their plants in order to get the best combination of traits from each generation.