Regular Cannabis Seeds or Genetics

calendar January 12, 2023
Regular Cannabis Seeds or Genetics

Regular cannabis seeds refer to cannabis seeds that have not been genetically modified or altered in any way. They are created by breeding together two plants of the same or different strains in order to produce a new generation of seeds that will grow into plants with a combination of the characteristics of the parent plants. These seeds are often used by growers to create their own unique strains of cannabis or to grow plants for personal use or sale.

Regular cannabis seeds can be grown indoors and outdoors, producing both male and female plants. Male plants are typically used for breeding, while female plants are the ones that produce buds, which are the part of the plant that contains the highest concentrations of psychoactive compounds like T.H.C. and CBD. Regular cannabis seeds are also referred to as “non-feminized” or “non-auto” seeds, as opposed to feminized seeds, which only grow into female plants, and auto-flowering seeds, which flower automatically after a certain period of time independent of lighting schedule.
It’s important to note that if you are using regular cannabis seeds, there’s a 50-50 chance of getting either male or female plants. So, if you’re looking to produce buds, you’ll need to carefully separate the male plants as soon as you can identify them and grow only the female plants. You can find some of the finest seeds in the land at Seeds Here Now.com. We have been open since 2010, the market’s longest, consecutively open seed bank. We are THE choice you all your seed needs.

Should I use Regular seeds when growing outdoors?

There are several reasons why you might choose to use regular (non-feminized) seeds when growing cannabis outdoors:

  1. Natural genetics: Regular seeds come from natural, sexually reproducing plants and will contain a mix of male and female genetics, which can be beneficial for breeding and preserving genetic diversity.
  2. Genetic variation: Regular seeds will produce plants with a range of genetics, which can be useful for selecting specific traits, such as pest or disease resistance, or for finding plants that are well-suited to specific growing conditions.
  3. Pollination: Male plants from regular seeds can be used to pollinate female plants, which can produce seed for future growing seasons, reducing the cost of having to purchase new seeds each year.
  4. Personal preference: Some growers prefer to have the option of producing seed and breeding their own strains.

Please note that it is also important to know that some growers choose feminized seeds because they tend to be more consistent and easy to grow, if you prefer a more hands-off approach and higher yield.

It’s important to understand and weigh both options carefully and decide based on your preference and the specific situation where you are trying to grow or keep these collections. At SeedsHereNow.com we are here to help you find ever your seed needs may be.

Written By,

James Bean
Lead Bean Counter
SeedsHereNow.com

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