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When you purchase a regular cannabis seed, there is a 50/50 chance that the plant will grow to be female. However, under certain stressful conditions, even a female plant can mature and develop intersexual tendencies.

I absolutely agree that it “should be everyone’s right to grow male and females of what they’re buying and back-cross and pheno-hunt and pheno-cross as much as they like”. This is why Sensi Seeds has focussed on releasing feminized versions of our pre-existing regular strains, rather than creating strains that can only be obtained in a feminized version. Having both feminized and regular seeds available of strains that are perennially popular enables us to meet as many people’s needs as possible. For those with very little room and/or a limited budget, feminized seeds are an option which cuts out risk factors that may otherwise preclude them from even trying to grow a plant.

Feminized seeds – Breeding to minimise intersexuality

When feminized seeds were first being developed, breeders used two female plants to cultivate feminized seeds. One was identified as having hermaphrodite tendencies (prone to producing male flowers when stressed), while the other did not have this tendency. Light cycle irregularity and pruning were used to stress the intersexually-prone plant into producing male flowers. The pollen from this plant was then used to pollinate the other female plant.

Brassica oleracea is, according to Wikipedia, “the species of plant that includes many common foods as cultivars, including cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, Brussels sprouts, collard greens, savoy, kohlrabi and kai-lan. In its uncultivated form, it is known as wild cabbage.” So no, I wouldn’t recommend smoking that.

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