It’s possible to tell them apart before plants are mature enough to reproduce. Plants will start to reveal their sex at the tail-end of the vegetative phase.
If you want a tall plant, choose the tallest male you have at your disposal. Maybe you want a generation of productive males? If so, choose the plant with the most pollen sacs.
Ventilation is an important factor for both indoor and outdoor plants. Stagnant air can promote the growth of mould, which can ruin your hard work. Instal fans if you’re growing indoors, and place outdoor plants in a breezy area of your garden.
Temperature & humidity
Outdoor plants are also more susceptible to pests and fungal diseases.
If possible, change your clothes before entering the female grow space. Any lingering pollen could accidentally fertilise unselected plants.
Outdoor plants are more susceptible to overwatering during rainy weather. Place them inside a greenhouse or under a temporary shelter to prevent root rot from taking hold.
Repeat the process again with your favourite specimens to tease out the desired traits. You’re no longer limited to strains you find in seedbank archives.
Regular seeds as a singular strain can also be ‘fused’ with other strains to create new strains. Combining two strong strains produced from regular seeds can lead to stronger yields whilst maintaining the potency from the original strains, making this a popular choice for ‘experienced growers’.
The plants grown from the regular seed tend to produce not only a heavy yield for the first harvest, but the seeds created can also be used to cultivate and grow the next crop. For those of you who wish to grow more than one crop or multiple harvests, regular seeds are vital to this process due to their durability and the potency of their yield on a consistent basis.
Regular Seeds is the term applied to non-feminised plants, this means the seeds could be either male or female. When these seeds are grown they produce both male and female cannabis plants, by removing the male plant from this growing process early on the female plant is stronger and less prone to stress throughout the growing process. This resilience from the female plant means there would not be the worries present in other strains which may be a combination or even a hybrid. There is pretty much no chance of a dual-sex (hermaphrodite) plant being produced in the growing process. Thus making regular seeds an excellent choice for first-time or novice botanists.
Grow multiple harvests | Regular Cannabis Seeds
Buying your ‘regular seeds’ from the Amsterdam Seed Center gives you the best opportunity to make a success of your ‘growth plans’, with the best support. The Amsterdam Seed Center has a number of experts available who are able to advise and help not just novice but experienced growers before, during and after their buying process in order to grow the strongest and most successful yield. Providing advice and guidance on the optimum ‘growth conditions’ and best methods to take with regards to having a consistent and healthy crop.
Regular cannabis seeds are just as nature intended. Just like seeds found in the wild, they are untampered and offer the possibility of pollen-producing males.
In contrast, feminized seeds offer a 99% chance of producing female plants.
Regular cannabis seeds have a 50/50 chance of emerging as male or female. Although a lot of growers aim to grow female-only crops to obtain as many viable flowers as possible, regular cannabis seeds are vital for breeders, and for growers that like to start their plants from clones.
Regular Cannabis Seeds vs Feminized Cannabis Seeds
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Regular seeds boast sturdier and more resilient genetics than their feminized counterparts, serving as prime mother plants to take cuttings from. Once rooted, growers can create clones that grow into exact replicas of plants that they like.
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Regular cannabis seeds differ from feminized seeds based on the sex of plants they produce. Much like flipping a coin, germinating regular seeds comes with equal odds of growing a male or female plant.