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regular vs feminized seeds

Regular vs feminized seeds

For God’s sake, please let the regular seeds for sale.

Feminised is quite ok.
And that there are strong ruderalis genes, so be it.
From a crop grown from regular cannabis seeds, the best female plants are selected to become ‘mothers’ – so called because with loving care, they can produce potentially hundreds of ‘children’ over the space of several years. The clones that are taken from these mother plants are tiny replicas down to the last scrap of genetic material – including their female sex.

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Feminized cannabis seeds look exactly the same as regular cannabis seeds, whether male or female. But inside their modest brown husks there’s a crucial difference. Feminized cannabis seeds lack male chromosomes, whereas regular cannabis seeds contain the full complement of genetics that enable them to be either male or female.
The overall answer is simple, and one which anyone familiar with Sensi Seeds will probably have heard before: we want to bring the joy of cannabis to as many people as possible. That’s not limited to simply selling seeds.
I have been growing your seeds for some years now, some with suces some not made for Denmark.. Like Mexican Sativa and Jamaican Pearl, wich I told you about last year..
And please do not think about CRISPR / Cas .

There are many seedbanks which only carry feminized cannabis seeds. This has become more common as seedbanks themselves have become more common. With the growing awareness (pun intended) of the advantages of feminized seeds, the question of why Sensi Seeds still carries regular cannabis seeds is quite a reasonable one!

The difference between regular, feminized and autoflowering cannabis seeds is more than skin deep, and regular cannabis seeds lend themselves to all kinds of fun for growers who want to experiment. Discover what Sensi Seeds original varieties could bring to you!

Therefore, regular seeds are more interesting to people who have experience of growing and wish to move to the next level.

To produce a feminized seed the breeder stresses a female plant into being a hermaphrodite. The resulting “male” flowers on a female plant will (most of the time) produce pollen that when combined with a real female flower will produce seeds that will be female plants.
You may be wondering why would people be interested in regular seeds?

Female plants produce the dense flowering buds that we like to consume. Males produce flowers that cannot get you high but contain pollen (not to be confused with “pollen” hash). Should the pollen from the male plants come into contact with a flowering female bud the plant will shift its energy to creating seeds rather than fat juicy budding flowers.
Feminized seeds are not only interesting for growers. Seed companies would prefer to sell you a seed every time you want to grow a plant rather than you buying cannabis seeds once then become self-sufficient – or even a competitor.
If you are a new grower, are wanting to grow out all of your seeds into flowering buds to consume or at a push want to choose a mother plant to take clones from – then feminised seeds are the best choice to you started.
For new cannabis growers visiting an online seed bank can be quite an overwhelming experience. There’s quite a few terms to get to grips with before choosing the right seed and strain for you. In this article we’ll take a look at the differences between “feminized” and “regular” seeds and help guide you as to what is right for you.
Should they wish to breed their own cannabis strains they will separate the male plants as they show signs of their sex and take samples of the resulting pollen. They then mix this pollen with clones of their female plants to see what the results will be.

You may even want to consider feminised autoflowering seeds, which are about the easiest type of cannabis plants you can grow. See this article about the difference between autoflowering and photoperiod seeds.

For new cannabis growers visiting an online seed bank can be quite an overwhelming experience. There’s quite a few terms to get to gr…