I like to gamble so I just bought 3 Fems to feed my birds for a total of $20 and was able to use PayPal. Pretty decent deal and easy process if all works out. Genetics have been tough to come by since Herbies and other banks ran into problems with the Rothschilds..
You can also visit them on their website aurorawindsbotanical.com You get a little better deal there and it probably is better for the seller also.
Seeds from Ebay
I started looking a noticed some of the sellers have bought hemp seeds in the past and made me wonder if there just listing them as regular marijuana when in fact there just hemp??
Got a link to there items for sale? Apppreciate it Id check them out aswell
Mobile app wont let me specify a seller and cant find anything while searching.
Even one weed plant can produce a lot of buds come harvest time, so make sure you grow a strain you like. Note strains you enjoy when you pick something up at the dispensary or smoke with friends, and look for seeds of it when you want to start growing.
It also reduces the risk of having a stray male sneak into your crop—just one male can pollinate a huge crop, causing your females to focus their energies on producing seeds instead of buds.
Seeds can come feminized, meaning you can just put them in soil and start growing for buds. These seeds are guaranteed to be bud-producing females and growing them cuts out the step of having to sex out plants and discard the males.
What’s the difference between regular, feminized, and autoflower seeds?
In states with adult-use legalization or a medical marijuana program, you can buy seeds within your own state, either at a dispensary or through a specific seed company’s website.
Because US federal law still prohibits cannabis, it can be hard to find information on seed banks and breeders. Breeders who have a long history and positive reputation are usually a good place to start. To get an idea of what well-established breeders look like, check out:
If you buy a packet of regular seeds, they’ll come with a mix of males and females. A lot of cultivators prefer to grow these because they haven’t been backcrossed—essentially inbred—as much as feminized or autoflower seeds. You’ll need to sex out the seeds once their reproductive organs show during the flowering phase and discard the males—because they don’t produce buds and will pollenate females, resulting in seeded flowers.
When growing regular seeds, some won’t germinate and some will have to be discarded because they’ll turn out to be males. With feminized seeds, some won’t germinate, but a higher percentage of them will turn into flowering plants because there won’t be any males.