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Feminized cannabis seeds are ideal for both indoor and outdoor growers because they are 99.9% guaranteed to yield buds.
Whether you’ve never grown cannabis before or are a seasoned pro, feminized cannabis seeds have a number of advantages:
- 99.9% probability of producing female plants with buds
- Simple to grow—you don’t need to look for male plants
- both indoor and outdoor growing suitable
- trustworthy and reliable genetics
- maximum potency and aromas
- greater yields compared to auto-flowering and regular weed seeds
Why Pick Female Cannabis Seeds?
Feminized marijuana seeds are popular with growers and cannabis connoisseurs of all kinds for a number of reasons:
- Larger, more resilient plants that take to training well are preferred by growers.
- Feminized seeds offer growers time to develop their skills.
- The flavor, scent, and high are extremely rewarding to recreational users.
- Finding a feminized strain you love is simple with the wide variety available.
- Feminized cannabis seeds provide diverse cannabinoid profiles high in THC and/or CBD for holistic consumers.
What are feminized cannabis seeds?
Growing weed from seed used to always have a 50% probability that each plant would be either a male or female up until recently. Only female plants produce buds loaded with the cannabinoids such as THC and CBD.
If male plants remain around for a long enough period of time, they will pollinate the female plants, which greatly reduces the yields. The bud will also have seeds in it. Male plants will always generate seed pods. In order to eliminate the males from their plants, individuals planting regular seeds had to determine the sex of their seedlings as soon as possible.
In the 1990s, feminised cannabis seeds were developed, revolutionizing the growing of cannabis. Cannabis seeds that have undergone the feminziation process go on to become only female plants 99.9% of the time.
Photoperiod plants are typically produced from feminised seeds. Cannabis grown under the photoperiod flowers in response to daylight and night cycles. Cannabis begins to flower in the wild near the end of the summer as the days get shorter. Cannabis grown indoors under a photoperiod stays in the vegetative stage until the grower is ready to induce the bloom cycle by cutting back on light hours.
How to feminize marijuana seeds?
Female plants are forced to make pollen, and that pollen is used on other female plants. This ensures that the seeds produced will grow into female only cannabis plants and saves the grower time and energy in their harvest. The video below provides a good overview of the process.
Feminized Seeds: Indica vs. Sativa
Feminized marijuana seeds are divided into two subspecies: Indica and Sativa. The effects of specific strains, however, are better described by terpene profiles rather than these categories, so if you want to sample strains with various effects, we advise reading the product description of each strain.
Traits like leaf shape, plant size, and total flowering period are influenced by the subspecies:
- Indicas often have wider leaves, a bushy shape, and a shorter grow time. They also typically flower faster than sativas, which makes them perfect for wetter, colder areas.
- Sativas tend to flower more slowly and grow taller than other varieties, with longer branches and thinner leaves. Sativas enjoy the sun and do well in warm environments.
The majority of cannabis seeds are technically hybrids since they combine both indica and sativa genetics, and as a result, they exhibit traits from both.
Growing feminized weed seeds:
You can easily grow feminized cannabis seeds indoors (in a tent or grow room) or outdoors (in a greenhouse or garden).
Seed germination is the first step. To increase germination rate, follow our seed germination guide.
Wait to transplant seedlings into their final pots and set them inside your grow tent until they have developed a few nodes. To ensure healthy development and flowering, control light, humidity, and water.
You must change the amount of light and the dark period in order to trigger the next stage of your plants development.
- Seedling: 20 hours of light, 4 hours of darkness (20/4)
- Vegetative phase: 18/6
- Flowering phase: 12/12
Cannabis plants grown under a photoperiod respond to light like they would in nature, vegetating during the spring and summer and blooming as autumn approaches and the days get shorter.
Your responsibility as an indoor grower is to replicate such conditions.
3.5 months is the typical amount of time it takes from planting a seed to harvest, but this will vary depending on your strain’s flowering schedule and your decision to move from vegetative to the bloom stage of growth.
Best temperature for a grow tent:
Although the majority of strains can tolerate minor temperature variations, cannabis plants thrive in temperatures about 21°C. Extreme temperature swings should be avoided because they could ruin a harvest.
The ideal relative humidity (RH) varies depending on the stage of development of the plant. To get the best results, adjust the humidity as necessary:
- Seedling: 65–70%
- Vegetative: 50–70%
- Flowering: 40–50%
Keep your seedlings in a warm windowsill or a greenhouse after they have germinated. Transplant them onto their final pot or a sizable garden bed once they outgrow their starter container.
Seeds are often planted outdoors in the early spring once the risk of frost has passed. Until the length of the day shortens toward the end of summer, your plants will stay in the vegetative stage.
Cannabis plants grown outdoors are often ready for harvest in late September or early November.
What Kind of Soil Works Best for Feminized Cannabis Seeds?
Several kinds of store-bought soil are ideal for growing cannabis. All soils should adhere to the following standards:
If you’re using natural soil, you can make it more weed-friendly by adding perlite, coco, vermiculite, compost, or worm castings.
Are nutrients necessary for feminised cannabis seeds?
Three macro nutrients are required by all cannabis plants to thrive:
- Nitrogen (N)
- Phosphorus (P)
- Potassium (K)
During the vegetative and flowering phases, plants will require varying ratios of these nutrients along with different amounts of micro-nutrients including calcium, iron, magnesium, copper, and a number of other elements.
Pre-made cannabis fertilizers provide a quick solution, each with distinct formulae for every development stage. All of the essential elements required for growth are usually provided with a veg nutrient mix. When flowering, we typically like to use a mix of different nutrients to ensure the most tastiest, dense buds.
Feminized cannabis seeds care instructions
Cannabis plants require constant watering to successfully grow and bloom. Typically, a good watering is done every one to three days. Over-watering is a mistake usually made by beginners, therefore be alert for the following signs of too much water in the leaves:
- Curling down or inwards
- Slight yellowing
Make sure the soil is dry before watering in order to prevent root rot and damage to the plants. By pressing your finger knuckle-deep into the substrate, you can instantly determine how dry it is. Usually you should wait another day before examining the soil if it still feels wet. If unsure, always water thoroughly but sparingly.
Why choose feminized seeds?
Today’s market-available high-quality feminised seeds usually result in THC-rich plants. All cannabis users appreciate the cannabinoid, which is cannabis’ primary psychoactive ingredient, for the potent high it produces.
The stoning, calming, euphoric, or uplifted high brought on by feminised strains is enjoyed by recreational users. Depending on what they’re looking for, customers can find some relaxing time in the evening or have an active buzz during the day thanks to the wide range of options available. You can experiment with several feminised strains to discover the right combination of effects since many strains have varied ratios of cannabinoids, terpenes, and sativa/indica genetics.
You can check out our store to explore the many different strains available.