Marijuana Seeds – How To Grow feminized Marijuana Seeds
Regular seeds are created when a male marijuana plant pollens a females pot. Male pollen is airborne during its flight and released into the air when the bud is ripe for pollination by a female cannabis flower. As the pollen travels through the plant, it picks up natures nutrients and works its way up the plant to ensure the best growing conditions. When the pollen reaches the end of its flight and falls to the ground, the nectar and soil from the pollen will help nurture and nourish the new plants growth.
Marijuana has a large selection of feminized seeds. While each feminized seed may have a slightly different appearance and different potency, most feminized seeds are highly potent. Many times, feminized seeds can be extremely tough to find. This is because marijuana users are wont to smoke small amounts of marijuana, therefore seeds and feminized seeds get left behind in every marijuana user’s car or home. It can be very challenging to find new feminized seeds.
Some of the most popular strains of cannabis seeds available are Silver Train, Blue Dream, indica bomb, kush, and many others. All these strains are highly popular and hard to find. A lot of growers specialize in only one type of flower, thus making them the best source of feminized seeds. These growers make sure that each plant has only the best quality of flowers and seed.
Regular seed production is great because it increases the chances of marijuana having a good yield. However, genetics is what makes a regular seed so high in potency and low in value. Due to the uniqueness of each plant, breeding for feminization has a significant advantage over regular seed production. The advantage of feminized seeds is that the plants will be able to fully develop all its reproductive capabilities, including producing seeds. This greatly increases the odds of marijuana having a successful harvest season.
Hybrid strains are plants with characteristics from both parents. Most hybrid strains have the ability to produce flowers of various colors during each growing season. Some of the most popular hybrid strains are Indica, Sativa, and hybrids between Sativa and Jamaican Blue. Hybrid strains have completely different physical traits from each parent plant, however they still produce good quality buds. They can be much more difficult to identify than regular seeds, but with the right care, a knowledgeable grower can still be successful in crossbreeding regular and hybrid strains.
When crossbreeding two separate plants with each having its own set of chromosomes, the chances of producing a plant that is close to its own parent strain increase dramatically. In fact, over 90% of all hybrid plants have some genetic resemblance to their parents plant. A good example of this is the bush cherry. This is a hybrid between the Bush Cherry and Hyacinth. Hyacinth has a dark red coloration that is very similar to the color of the hybrid bush cherry. Many people confuse the two because of the way Hyacinth’s flowers look like small candles.
Hybrid plants that contain a large number of seeds will require more care than regular seed plants. This is because the amount of seeds contained within each plant is much greater. Breeders must carefully monitor how these plants are being handled in order to avoid accidental sprays of seeds onto neighboring properties. If necessary, breeders must discard any seeds that have been sprouted and have spread onto neighboring properties.
Male marijuana seeds cannot normally be used in feminized seeds for another reason. A male plant will produce seeds only when it is stressed or under attack from other predators. In other words, a feminized marijuana seed will not work unless it is naturally stressed out first. This is also why it is so important to properly raise and care for plants prior to using them as marijuana seeds. A feminized plant can become damaged if this process is not followed.