Female seeds catalog includes both 100% female seeds and also feminized seeds. Female seeds are produced from female mother plants without hermaphroditic traits, ensuring this way the total femininity of plants, regardless of growing conditions.
Female Seeds Dutch seedbank presents here Auto NL, its AutoFem version of the famous Northern Lights. A strong marijuana plant that produces a yield faithful to the original line, with a powerful effect and a premium earthy aroma. It is now available [. ]
Cherry Pie – Female Seeds
Female Seeds presents the cannabis variety Dream Berry, a Sativa hybrid from the Blue family of genetics, with a red berry aroma and a creative and stimulating high. Now available in the feminised seed collection here at AlchimiaWeb! The Dream Berry [. ]
Each type of seed comes with a stability rate; a higher percentage means that the strain is uniform and stable, while lower percentages means that more different traits will be found among plants.
Female Seeds presents here CBD Terra Italia, a cannabis hybrid with a THC level below 0.3% developed for the Swiss and Italian markets. This THC content makes it a legal cannabis variety in these two countries. It is now available in our feminised se [. ]
Ferry, the creator and head cultivator at Female Seeds started making regular seeds during his studies in the early 90’s, purely as a source of extra income. However, the high demand for new strains from Amsterdam combined with the excellence of the products that Ferry was producing, his business truly exploded and became a major player in the regular cannabis seed business by the end of the 1990’s.
Because of this, Ferry switched his focus from regular to feminised seeds, and by 2003, he introduced Female Seeds to the market. It became a huge success immediately because of his decision to price his seeds below market average while still maintaining the quality of his products. In fact, Female Seeds became so popular in such a short space of time, the company had difficulties to meet the demand.
At the end of the 21 st century, the first feminised seeds were introduced to the market. They were very popular, but also very unreliable. Ferry’s experience in massive regular seed production combined with his engineering background motivated him to investigate how to produce 100% reliable female seeds.
Speaking of this unexpected expansion, Ferry said, “I never thought an extra student income would lead to such a serious business. Ultimately my dream was to save money for a small self-sufficient eco farm.”
Around this time, many new feminised seedbanks started to enter the market. However, a good reputation, reliable and unique products, value for money and friendly customer service helped Female Seeds to differentiate ourselves from the mass.
We are often asked if female marijuana seeds increase the risk of hermaphrodite weed plants. Feminized seeds are produced by inducing a female parent to produce pollen. This means there will be hermaphroditism in the seed’s genetic history. Happily, it doesn’t mean female cannabis seeds are hermaphroditic by default. They only become susceptible to hermaphroditism when exposed to severe stress. Avoiding stress is vital when cultivating marijuana from feminized cannabis seeds.
Female plants are perfect for recreational growers looking for pronounced effects. Female buds deliver far more when it comes to relaxation, euphoria and laughter . All the things we associate with high-quality, recreational pot seeds and high THC weed .
Northern Lights x Cinderella 99 Feminized
When growing feminized cannabis outdoors , the sun takes care of all that. The main concerns for the grower are climate and season . Cannabis plants don’t like extended periods of high wind, cold or rain.
Despite it seeming a more difficult word to spell , marijuana is less problematic. The word marihuana is perfectly acceptable, but we have known variants such as marahuana, marajana, marajuna and marawana (our favorite).
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