feminized cannabis Seeds – Get feminized cannabis!
Regular seeds have unlimited possibilities for breeders to experiment with. At first, in Sensi Seeds, a regular seed would be a regular seed. Today, most use the word regular cannabis seeds to differentiate the original seeds from feminized cannabis plants, autoflowering seeds, and regular seeds from others. When feminization is performed, the seeds are diluted with water, grown under specific conditions, allowed to mature, and then used as a marijuana plant. Autoflowering cannabis, on the other hand, refers to growing cannabis plants that have been feminized by means of cross-breeding different types of cannabis plants.
If you plan to make a marijuana plant appear to be feminized, then you will need to perform feminization by cross-breeding a regular seed with one of two particular cannabis species. One of those species is Dioscorea and the other is Humicare. The first seed, you will want to cross-breed is a regular seed called Sensi, which is found commonly in California. Cross-breeding Sensi with Humicare will produce a feminized plant that will flower like a Sensi flower.
Cross-breeding with other cannabis species will also result in feminized seeds. Some examples include Annick, Glinda, Lemon Hearts, and others. Since the process of cross-breeding takes two different genes, you must provide two different plants for your grower to cross-breed. Unless the grower already has feminized plants, he/she will need to purchase two plants each of one of the species listed above. Otherwise, the grower will not have two plants of the correct sex.
Once the grower has obtained the two different types of cannabis seeds needed to complete his/her cross-breeding project, he/she must be sure they are regularly maintained. Cross-breeding attempts to achieve an offspring with the regular characteristics of its parent plant, but it does not always succeed. Sometimes the plants turn out to be too regular looking and some grower’s plan for them to be completely feminized. When this happens the plant may appear as a male and will still grow like one. The end result of crossing a regular male plant with a feminized female will be female plants with all the normal characteristics of a regular male.
Many of the best hybrid cannabis seeds strains were developed in controlled environments and the growers know what they are doing. A couple of examples of well-known seed producers are THC and Black Cohosh. Both are used in a wide variety of hybrid strains. The growers who created these strains purposely chose specific traits to make the plants more useful and successful.
Other than the traits for crossing with another specific species, the most important things to look for in a good hybrid are the characteristics of the flowers, the foliage and the smell. If the flowers have strong and vibrant colors, you are looking at a true strain. Indica plants grow in low light and produce large blooms that last for weeks. In addition, the flowers smell like grass and are often quite aromatic, especially when the flowers are sprayed with a resinous substance. These fragrances are called hop aromatics and they contribute to the marijuana’s unique flavor.
The aroma is also enhanced by the plant’s behavior, particularly when it starts growing again after a rest period. During the rest phase, autoflowering cannabis seed packets show strong and frequent re-growth. This indicates that the plant is producing buds. On the other hand, regular cannabis seeds’ tendency is to stay dormant until the next growing season.
The plants produced by feminized seeds do not have characteristic female characteristics. They produce berries, which are quite small, rather than blooms. Some of these berries are black in color, but others may be red or pink. Some varieties may have only two leaves, while others may have four. Some buds may be completely developed and some may only be partially developed. Because of their unusual behavior, these plants are also known as stranglers.