The Dutch Passion regular seed collection combines the best of the best in cannabis genetics. The collection is a culmination of more than 30 years of breeding expertise. They deliver the ultimate in original, organic, and high-quality cannabis genetics, and ship discreetly for next-day delivery. The resulting collection includes a diverse array of classic, vintage, and feminized varieties.
While regular seeds have a 50/50 success rate, they take a long time to produce the desired result. The process of growing regular seeds requires separating male and female clones, which can be tricky. Regular seeds also tend to be more resistant to stress. The genetics of these plants are more stable than those produced by feminized seeds. In addition, regular seeds can be used in breeding new strains. They can also be used in clones, cuttings, and other asexual reproduction methods.
While feminized seeds contain only the female chromosome, regular seeds come from a cross between male and female plants. Regular seeds will exhibit one sex, depending on several factors. While feminized seeds are more easily propagated, they will not grow as quickly as regular seeds. However, some breeders prefer this option as it is less expensive.
Regular seeds are generally a good choice for growing cannabis. While they do produce male and female plants, regular seeds are the best option for novices. Regular seeds will produce plants with an equal mix of male and female chromosomes. Regular seeds also make it possible to grow a huge selection of male and female Cannabis plants. If you are interested in pheno hunting, knowing which plants belong to which sex will be a great advantage.
Regular cannabis seeds are similar to feminised seeds in that they can produce half male and half female plants. Regular seed growers typically have a lot of experience and are interested in breeding. Regular seed growers often keep separate areas for their male and female plants, so that they can grow separately. Male plants are often separated from female plants to prevent accidental pollen release.
Regular seeds are preferred by breeders because they have a proven genetic lineage. They are the real thing, whereas a knockoff seed may produce different phenotypes from generation to generation. Regular seeds also retain the potency of the original strain. The advantages of regular seeds make them ideal for collecting.
Regular seeds are less expensive than feminized seeds, but be prepared to harvest half male plants. This is a good thing, as you will be able to dispose of half of your male plants as soon as you start weeding. Regular seeds will still produce female plants, so it is well worth the hassle of removing the male plants.
Regular cannabis seeds are the best option for breeding, making hybrids, and for growing more than one plant. You will be able to grow more than one strain with regular seeds, and the extra seeds will be useful for breeding. Regular cannabis seeds are less expensive than feminized seeds, which helps to compensate for the losses you incur from culling boys.
Once your seedlings germinate, you can transfer them to a large pot or garden bed. When you plant regular plants, make sure to space them far apart so they don’t compete for nutrients. The microgreen seeds, however, need to be planted close together so they won’t compete for nutrients. For optimal germination, you’ll need the following supplies: