While feminized seeds are generally more expensive than regular seed, you don’t have to sacrifice the genetics. A regular seed, if grown properly, will produce about half male plants. Most growers simply discard the males. That’s okay because the genetics of a female plant from regular seed are just as desirable. Regular seeds are also more affordable, though you’ll have to weed out the males. Here are a few advantages of feminized seeds.
Regular seeds are more stable genetically than clones and cuttings, making them a better choice for asexual reproduction. Regular seeds are more durable and resistant to stress. The good news is, you can use these seeds to create hybrids. Regular seeds also make for great fusing partners. Combine two strong regular seeds and the result is a hybrid that has improved yield and potency. But beware! Regular seeds aren’t for every type of gardener.
If you’re looking for a potent strain, try an indica. The William’s Wonder strain was described as a commercial strain in a Super Sativa Seed Club catalogue, largely because of its potency and heavy yields of resinous buds. Regular seeds of this strain have been reproduced from original seed stock. Regular seeds of William’s Wonder produce short, squat plants. The buds are dense and resinous, and the odor and taste are sweet.
If you’re a novice grower or want to know more about marijuana genetics, regular seeds are the best choice. Whether you’re new to growing or want to experiment with hybrid varieties, regular seeds can give you an edge. Regular seeds are backed by the support of experts in the Amsterdam Seed Center. You can ask questions and get answers from their experienced growers. They’ll also guide you in the most effective way to grow your cannabis.
Regular seeds are feminised cannabis plants. They are made by stressing female marijuana plants so that they will not produce pollen sacs and protect the female genetic line. This way, female marijuana plants are made to stop pollinating each other and pollinate nearby females, thus securing the genetic line. And because regular seeds are more reliable than regular seeds, beginners are likely to use them. They’re easier to manage, and they’ll be more likely to grow buds.
In order to produce a higher yield and increase your yield, regular seeds must be fertilized. Regular seeds don’t produce the same amount of flowers as feminized seeds. This means that you have to watch for flowering and separate the male and female plants. Regular seeds are also less profitable. If you’re looking for an impressive bud, consider buying feminized seeds. Just make sure that you get your seeds from a reliable breeder.
Another advantage of regular seeds is that they grow as feminised plants, and have the same photoperiod. However, they can also produce half male plants. Regular seeds are typically only grown by experienced growers who want to have the ability to pollinate their female plants. If you’re planning on pollinating your own plants, it’s recommended to separate the male and female plants. This prevents accidental release of pollen. You can also buy regular seeds for feminized plants if you’re not interested in genetically modified cannabis.
The biggest downside of autoflowering seeds is that they don’t produce as much as regular seeds. Because the males produce pollen, their offspring will be a mix of both sexes. This is why you should opt for feminised seeds if you’re growing marijuana indoors. A good filter is crucial with autoflowering seeds. And if you’re growing marijuana for medicinal purposes, make sure to use a special flowering formula.
While regular seed grows best indoors, they’re also ideal for outdoor use. If you plan on cultivating marijuana on a large scale, regular seeds are best suited for this type of growing. In the northern hemisphere, you should plant your cannabis seeds in April and harvest the first potent buds in mid-October. You can even germinate the seeds indoors and plant them directly in the soil for more potent results. This method requires a more experienced hand, but is certainly worth a shot.