Regular seeds are a good choice for growers who want to preserve their cherished strains from generation to generation. They can also be used for experimenting with crossbreeding.
The main advantage of regular seeds is that they can produce both male and female plants. This is advantageous for breeding, as it helps to ensure that a wide variety of traits are present in the offspring.
They are 100% unaltered
Regular seeds produce both male and female plants, so they are perfect for growers who want to create their own hybrids. Regular seeds also retain a higher level of aromatic terpenes. While regular seeds require a bit more work than feminized ones, they are well worth the effort for experienced growers.
Feminized marijuana plants are created by using a specific phenotype to produce viable pollen for the next generation of female marijuana plants. During the process, a few male plants are chosen and their pollen is used to create feminized seeds. In contrast, regular seeds allow more genetic variation and allow for the discovery of new phenotypes that may be worthy of keeping in a grow room.
Regular seeds are ideal for experienced growers because they can produce resilient and genetically stable marijuana plants. Whether you prefer the earthy and mysterious scent of Alien Technology, the citrusy flavors of Grapefruit, or Moby Dick’s calming high, you can find the right strain for your needs with our SSSC regular seed collection.
They are cheaper
Regular seeds cost less than feminized seed and offer a higher yield, but they have a lower percentage of female plants. This can cause problems for growers who want to keep their weed pure. Some growers prefer to use feminized seeds to avoid the extra cost and hassle of dealing with male plants.
Many traditional cultivars never made it into the feminized market, and growing them can give you access to unique genetics that are not available elsewhere. For example, Dutch Passion’s collection of regular seeds includes old-school strains such as Amnesia Lemon and Harlequin x Bubba Kush.
Cultivators who want to breed marijuana should consider using regular seeds, which have a 50/50 chance of producing male and female plants. This allows them to create new strains with the best traits from their parent plants. In addition, they can breed their own hybrids to get the perfect combination of strain characteristics. Whether you are an experienced or beginner grower, breeding your own cannabis can be a rewarding experience.
They are easier to grow
When using regular seeds, there’s a 50/50 chance of getting male and female plants. This makes them ideal for breeders who want to create their own hybrids and crosses. Super Sativa Seed Club offers a variety of high-quality, THC-rich original 1980’s regular cannabis strains.
Unlike feminized seeds, which contain only female chromosomes, regular seeds can produce male and hermaphrodite plants. This allows growers to select the best plants for breeding and cloning purposes.
It’s also worth mentioning that growing regular seeds is more enjoyable for some growers than cultivating feminized plants. This is due to the fact that removing male plants from a cultivation space can be less stressful than removing hermaphrodites. Some growers even plant regular seeds alongside their feminized ones, in order to ensure they get a good harvest and avoid the hassle of having to remove all the male plants. This is called “back crossing”. These techniques allow the grower to create new cultivars that have not been feminized before.
They are easier to breed
Regular seeds are the preferred choice of many experienced growers as they produce a heavy yield for their first harvest. They also tend to be cheaper than other seed varieties as the initial purchase cost is lower. However, growing regular cannabis seeds requires a certain level of experience because you must identify and cull male plants before flowering. This may result in a smaller yield than if you were to use feminized or autoflowering seeds.
While this may be a minor inconvenience, the benefits of using regular seeds can outweigh this drawback. This is especially true for breeders who want to preserve the genetic stability of their strains and create new cultivars. In addition, regular seeds allow for phenotype variation, which is important for breeders seeking to produce unique strains. This means that each plant produced by a regular seed will vary in aroma, flavor, and effect. This allows breeders to select the most desirable traits and pass them on to future generations.