The Advantages and Disadvantages of Regular Seeds
Regular seeds have a high probability of coming into contact with males during their development as nature intended. However, because they create females, regular seeds are less popular among breeders producing new more desirable strains. Regular seeds come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The following article provides an overview of some of the disadvantages and advantages of regular seed production.
One of the disadvantages of autoflowering seeds is that they do not germinate quickly. It takes between three and ten days for the first stem cells to appear and form the main body of the plant. The time taken depends on the species of the plant and its environment. This may mean that some plants will be over-saturated before other plants can take hold. In order to increase production, breeders will often introduce a succession of autoflowering seeds to ensure that the first one has room to grow.
Cultivators commonly use regular seeds for culturing because they provide the plant with the resources it needs to complete the next set of leaves. They can be used for any growing conditions including indoor or outdoor flowering. By increasing the number of stems that the plant grows, they can also accelerate blooming times. Cultivating feminized seeds provides the same advantages as regular seeds but at a faster rate.
Unlike regular seeds, feminized seeds provide a means for the gardener to control the number of stems that the plant develops. After the production of enough female flowers, the gardener controls the number of shoots that grow and then allows the plant to reproduce naturally by producing a new female flower group. This reduces the amount of time it takes to achieve the desired height and produces stronger plants. By cultivating feminized seeds, the gardener can also control the eventual sex of the plant.
Cultivating cannabis with feminized cannabis seeds is not very different from regular cannabis cultivation except for the fact that the plants are started in feminized state. As the plants mature, they return to their regular growing conditions and can be harvested as usual. Before cultivation, however, the cannabis plants are kept in a shallow tank to promote early pollination.
Indica, Sativa and Horsetail are three of the most common types of feminized cannabis plants. Popular varieties include Lemon Haze, White Widow and Frenchy, although there are many more varieties than this. These are popular mainly for their ease of growing and long life span. The top three regular strains are also popular worldwide:
Cultivating autoflowering seeds is beneficial because they make the plants more resilient. They are, however, disadvantageous because they are not able to support the weight of the plant or produce significant amount of marijuana. This makes them unsuitable for outdoor growing conditions. In addition, some of the popular varieties have short roots and can be difficult to handle.
Aside from these disadvantages, the advantages of regular seeds far outweigh the disadvantages in most cases. Regular seeds help gardeners in two ways: they make it easier to cultivate; and they allow the gardener to control the amount of the desired plant. Some of the common disadvantages of the breeders include shallow roots and slow growth. However, these are only minor disadvantages when compared to the advantages offered by cultivation through regular seeds.
When growing through regular seeds, the chances of getting a male plant with a female flower is almost 0 percent. This is because each male plant has only one flower bud rather than the typical two. Another disadvantage of regular seeds is that it is possible to get male plants with female flowers of the female plant is removed after the flower buds have grown. This is known as cross-pollination.
The advantages of regular seeds over indica-dominant and high THC strains are also clear. Regular marijuana is easier to cultivate. This has made regular seeds highly desirable among growers who value simplicity over yield. Regular plants also require less attention and do not need to be maintained nearly as much. They have a high level of resiliency and can survive extreme weather conditions. This means that they can be grown under almost any condition.
If you are growing high THC or indica-dominant plants, do not hesitate to remove these types of plants if they are not yielding. Take note that removing a high THC or indica-dominant plant will mean removing the majority of the soil and most of the soil structure as well. This can significantly reduce your yield. If you are growing regular seeds, however, you will be left with soil that has retained a large percentage of its moisture and will require very little additional care. In this case, removing the regular seeds may not be the optimal choice for you.