Feminized Cannabis Seeds

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All cannabis enthusiasts are familiar with the fact that male plants don’t yield any smokable bud, and have to be removed from the grow area ASAP. Among our hard-hitting feminized picks are White Widow and Royal Haze, both High Times Cannabis Cup winners, and countless other favourites like Royal Cheese, OG Kush, Bruce Banner #3, and Jack Herer. Take a look around; you’ll be surprised at some of the feminized finds in our fully-stocked catalogue!

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About Feminized Cannabis Seeds

Feminized Cannabis Seeds

What are feminized cannabis seeds?

Feminized cannabis seeds are virtually guaranteed to become female cannabis plants. The main benefit of female plants is the large flowers they produce—the “buds” that contain a diverse selection of cannabinoids and terpenes. Harvest these buds, and you’ll have a ready supply of cannabis ripe for smoking, vaping, edibles, extracts, and more.

How are feminized seeds created?

Every variety (strain) of feminized cannabis seed contains unique genetics, depending on the breeder or seed bank. For example, feminized Amnesia Haze seeds are all destined to exhibit a similar flowering period, taste, and cannabinoid content, but this will differ from White Widow seeds or Kush seeds. To ensure these varieties are feminized, thus producing flowers, breeders typically force female plants to produce pollen so they can pollinate other female plants of the same variety.

Feminized cannabis seeds vs photoperiod cannabis seeds: What’s the difference?

People often use the terms feminized and photoperiod interchangeably, and this can cause confusion. However, the former simply refers to a cannabis plant’s sex (“feminized” is female, whereas “regular” can be male or female), while the latter term explains how the plant develops.

A photoperiod cannabis plant responds to changes in light exposure to transition from the vegetative phase to the flowering phase. So, a feminized photoperiod cannabis seed simply means it’s a female plant that flowers according to light exposure, not of its own accord.

Why should you buy feminized cannabis seeds?

For many breeders and seed banks, feminized photoperiod cannabis seeds form the bulk of their selection, as they offer several advantages. Reasons to buy feminized cannabis seeds include:

  • 99% guaranteed to produce flowers
  • No need to sex plants
  • 1000s of seed varieties to choose from
  • Reliable genetics and uniformity

Although feminized cannabis seeds are the most readily available, there are some potential downsides, so it’s crucial you balance the pros and cons of buying feminized seeds with your individual needs. Certain seeds may be less suitable for cloning and breeding, while some varieties also have a lengthy flowering time (which may lead to problems if grown outdoors).

How to grow feminized cannabis seeds

Growing feminized cannabis seeds requires a delicate balance of light, water, air, and nutrients. You’ll also need a suitable grow room/tent and growing medium (soil is most common). After germinating seeds, nurture young seedlings until they are ready to enter the flowering phase. Growers change their plants’ light schedule to 12 hours of light/12 hours darkness to trigger flowering. Flowering usually takes several weeks (around 8 to 11 depending on the variety), after which time the cannabis flowers are harvested, dried, and cured.

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How to choose the best feminized cannabis seeds

It’s important to balance factors such as budget, plant size, cannabinoid content, flowering time, and taste when picking the best feminized cannabis seeds. To get the most from your plant, we highly recommend buying feminized seeds from reliable breeders and seed banks such as Zamnesia Seeds. We offer premium genetics at affordable prices to ensure you grow the best cannabis possible.

Feminized Cannabis Seeds: Questions & Answers

🌱 What are feminized cannabis seeds?
High-quality feminized seeds are created by treating female plants with colloidal silver to produce female pollen for breeding. Thus, 100% female plants are to be expected from a pack of today’s feminized seeds.
➕ What are the benefits of feminized cannabis seeds?
The biggest advantage is that feminized seeds produce female plants. Next to that female plants are the ticket to the heaviest harvest. Feminized seeds deliver bigger yields from fewer seeds.
🕓 How long does it take to grow feminized cannabis plants?
There's no unambiguous answer to this as it differs for each strain and if one is growing indoors or outdoors. Indoors the grower is in full control and can decide when to flip the plant into flowering phase. Outdoors growers are fully dependent on weather circumstances and the amount of daylight. Plants will enter the flowering phase when the days get shorter. The average flowering time of a feminized plant is about 8-9 weeks.
🌳 Is it difficult to grow feminized cannabis seeds?
Growing feminized cannabis seeds is not difficult although they need to be taken care of properly. The most important things to consider:
  • Quality seeds

  • Good quality substrate

  • Pure water with correct ph value
  • Enough light

  • Fresh air

  • Nutrients for both vegetative and flowering phase

💡 What is the meaning of photoperiod when talking about cannabis seeds?
When a plant is photoperiod-dependent, it means it reacts to the length of the dark period. Depending on the amount of light hours it receives, the plant will know when to enter a different phase in its life cycle. When growing outdoors, once the nights get longer and the days get shorter, a cannabis plant will enter the flowering phase. Indoors, the grower is in full control of the light schedule and can decide when to flip the plant into the flowering phase.