Which Cannabis Seed is Perfect for You?
Some people get confused when buying cannabis seeds for the first time. Commonly there are 3 kinds of seeds available in the market: Regular cannabis seeds, Feminized cannabis seeds and Autoflowering cannabis seeds. So, what is the most appropriate for you?
The regular marijuana seeds can produce male or female plants, because they come from one male and one female parent. It means that it’s impossible to tell the “gender” it will turn out to be. If you are growing cannabis to get more seeds, then you definitely need the male in order to pollinate the female. But if you are interest in growing marijuana for recreational use, the interesting part of the harvest is only the female flower or bud. So, for recreational use we highly recommend the feminized seeds. It will help you save lots of money!
Feminized cannabis seeds are seeds designed to produce only the female plant. It means you don’t have to worry about the gender of your plant, you are 100% sure it will be female. Imagine the time and money you save with them. You don’t have to germinate extra seeds (up to double the intended amount) to account for unnecessary males.
Autoflowering cannabis seeds are the easiest way to grow marijuana. They are also feminized, but with a big huge plus: they flower automatically independently from the number of hours of light received each day. They will enter the flowering stage even if they receive a full 24 hours of light and complete the whole cycle in about 2 months, from seedling to mature bud. Easy as can get, right? Autoflowering seeds are perfect to grow outdoor, cause they are generally small. So if you have a balcony and few time, do not hesitate and get you some Autoflowering cannabis seeds.
Here in Ministry of Cannabis we found a way to cultivate high quality Feminized and Autoflowering seeds. Take a look at our 2015 catalogue to get more information about us and all the strains available this season. There is also another important subject to have in mind when you are buying your seeds: they can either be Sativa or Indica. Get tuned to know the differences between them and what is the one for you!