Why CrossClimb The Regular Seed And Feminize It?
Regular seeds offer endless possibilities for new growers to experiment. At first, a regular seed was simply a regular seed. Today, use the word regular to differentiate the original seeds from feminized cannabis seeds which have had some of their DNA changed by man. In the case of Sativa or cannabis plants, this is more than cosmetic. The plant has been bred over many centuries to resist the many environmental stresses that it may face, including the types of herbicides and pesticides commonly used on lawns and gardens. Over time the plant has become more sensitive to these pesticides, and as a result the quality of its leaf can vary significantly depending on the season.
Some studies indicate that the development of the marijuana plant is more affected by soil type and the amount of sunlight that the plant receives. But geneticists believe that the real factor that causes the vast majority of the variation in quality between strains is the variation in the genetic sequence within the plant. Two of the most popular varieties of cannabis are indica and sativa. Sativa is often thought of as having greater health benefits than indica, although research has suggested that this is not always the case. Some studies have suggested that some of the differences in quality between the two varieties are caused by differences in the amount and ratio of the active ingredient, THC, between the plants.
Many experts agree that the best cannabis seed bank is the one that is consistently producing high quality crops every time. However, how do you find out if the cannabis seed bank you’re using is consistent? One method that is growing rapidly in popularity is the genetic fingerprinting test. By comparing two sample plants, or their parent plants, you can quickly and easily tell whether the crop you’re trying to cultivate came from a consistent cannabis seed bank or not. If two plants appear to have very similar traits, then they almost certainly came from the same pot.
It’s easy to get this test done at home. Simply collect a handful of the most promising cannabis seeds, dry them and place them into a small plastic bag. Leave them for a day so that the plastic bag can soak up as much water as possible. After a few days, check to see if any of the plants are producing buds.
If the test produced a handful of buds, then you’ve got yourself a feminized seed variety pack. This means that the plant has been treated with a feminizing agent, which enables it to produce male and female plants when it grows up. Although this treatment isn’t necessary for all plants, those that don’t come from a consistent seed bank may benefit from it. The reason why feminized seed variety packs are becoming so popular is because it allows you to control the qualities and types of flowers your crop will produce. In fact, some of the best cannabis gardeners in the world only grow a few specific kinds of plants, because they produce amazing results.
Hybrids are created by crossing one species with another. In many cases, the new plant will have a lot more characteristics of one species than the hybrid it is trying to replace. This is what gives hybrids their diversity. Many people choose to start with a species they like, then cross their offspring with a hybrid that is close to it in structure. Sometimes this results in flowers and plants that have a lot of the characteristics of both parents, resulting in a new plant that has a lot of the characteristics of the parents.
Another great thing about using feminised cannabis seeds is that you are able to control the characteristics of each plant and mix them together to create your own unique mixture. For example, you might begin with two plants that are very similar in habit, such as a rose or a lavender. Then you’d cross these offspring between each other and create a feminised cannabis seed with two distinctly different colours. Later on, if you wanted a plant with large flowers or a bush that had small blooms, you could cross your first filial generation plant with a plant with large flowers and large buds. You can do all sorts of things with these plants, growing them together or deciding later which traits you want to emphasize and which you want to take out.
The main reason why you would want to cross two regular cannabis seeds is because it results in a new plant that has the potential for a higher yield. With feminized cannabis seed, however, you are increasing the chances of having the plant you love show exceptional results, rather than a result that everyone will be happy with. Crossbreeding will also result in a more consistent harvest from a plant you care about. That means no two buds will ever be identical. And anyone who has ever grown a cannabis plant knows that consistency is one of the most important things when it comes to harvesting a high-grade crop.