Regular seed is a type of cannabis plant that produces a heavy yield during the first harvest. This plant will produce more seedlings the next time it grows, so regular seeds are highly effective for cultivators. Regular seeds are potent and durable, which means that they can be fused with other strains to create hybrids. For example, you can cross regular seeds of two strains of indica to create an indica-sativa hybrid, which will produce higher yields and keep the potency of the original strain.
Regular seed is more affordable than feminized seeds. However, you should keep in mind that regular seeds produce half male plants, which are not worth keeping. Most growers will discard the male plants after the flowering phase. Regular seed, on the other hand, has superior genetics for female plants. These characteristics make them a better choice for clones, cuttings, and other asexual reproduction. Regular seed is also more resistant to heat, light, and water stress than feminized seeds.
Regular cannabis seeds can be used to produce half male plants, as long as they are cultivated properly. Regular seeds are often used by experienced growers who are interested in producing female plants to pollinate. Some breeders may even separate the male plants from the female plants, so as to prevent accidental pollen release. There are several benefits to regular seeds, though. Some regular cannabis seeds are award-winning, and will be more resilient to outdoor conditions. Some of the most popular varieties are San Fernando Valley Photo Reg and Skunk Photo Reg.
AK-47 is an extremely productive, world-famous sativa F1 hybrid created by Serious Seeds in 1992. The variety is 85% indica, with medium heights in veg and a hefty stretch during bloom. This plant should be cultivated with a good filter, as the buds can be heavy and spread their smell. This hybrid produces a high yield and is a great choice for the recreational market.
When selecting a cannabis seed, it is crucial to choose a breeder that has a good reputation. Using feminized seeds is the easiest and most effective way to produce female cannabis plants. While regular cannabis seeds are an excellent choice for novice growers, experienced growers usually use feminized cannabis seeds. These feminized seeds have been bred to produce only female plants. This method guarantees seedless buds, and can yield more uniform plants.
Regular seeds can be planted indoors or outdoors, though indoors is preferred if you plan on using the crop on a large scale. If you are growing marijuana for personal use, regular seed is not ideal for growing in a small space. You should plant a small number of cannabis seeds in a container, as large batches of seeds can be challenging to manage. It is advisable to buy a small amount and manage it yourself. It will save you time, money, and effort.
A common problem for regular plant growers is sexing. While some plants have no visible signs of sex, they still produce pollen sacs, and so you’ll end up with a mixture of male and female offspring. This can cause hermaphrodite strains. Thankfully, feminized seeds eliminate this problem. This means you won’t have to pull up half of your crops and can grow more.
God Bud regular seeds are easy to grow indoors or outdoors, and are great for medical patients. They have a wide range of medicinal benefits, including reduced pain, stress, poor appetite, and insomnia. God Bud regular seed is a hybrid of Hawaiian, Purple Skunk, and God strains. It was voted “Best Indica Seed” at the 2004 High Times Indica Cup, and bestows massive yields after seven months. This cannabis plant is an easy choice for novice gardeners.
If you’re a novice gardener, you might be wondering how to differentiate between feminized and regular seeds. Regular seeds produce male and female cannabis plants, while feminized seeds produce only female plants. But feminized seeds are genetically modified to produce only female cannabis plants. In some cases, you can mix and match between the two types to get the best of both worlds. Just be sure you know what you’re doing.