High quality feminized Indica strains, known for their powerful sedative stone.
These highly sought after female marijuana (Cannabis, weed) seeds give growers full control over their operations helping eradicate any potential variations in phenotype and ensure only the finest buds are produced. Our range of feminized marijuana (Cannabis, weed) seeds is extensive and developed by our breeders to offer a variety of seeds for all tastes. They consist of Indica, Sativa and hybrid photoperiod and autoflowering genetics which contain Cannabis Cup Winners, Blue, Purple and Cheese strains amongst an array of other weed seed varieties.
Female producing feminized strains, developed specifically for indoor setups.
The hardier of the cannabis strains, outdoor strains grow tall and produce big yields.
The connoisseurs choice, offering soaring, cerebral highs and uplifting stones.
In recent years the evolution of weed seed production has allowed MSNL breeders to develop some of the finest feminized seed genetics available. By isolating and removing the male hormone our female cannabis seeds produce 99.9% female plants, allowing growers to increase the speed of production and range of strains they can produce at a given time. Although not always the case, it is generally the male plant that growers try to avoid as it the males which can cross pollinate, fertilizing the female plants in your setup. This leads to a lower quality final product that often leaves buds riddled with seeds.
Feminized marijuana (Cannabis, Weed) seeds are specifically bred to produce 99% female plants. It is these female plants that produce flowers which over the course of the flowering stage develop into the glistening, fragrant buds that are dried, smoked and used to medicate. They are the pot of green gold at the end of the growing cycle rainbow.
Finally, do you plan to breed your plants? Cannabis strain breeding is an advantageous hobby but usually requires the use of both male and female plants. If breeding your plants is on the horizon, regular cannabis seeds may be a better option for you.
After carefully stressing a female into pollination, breeders can confidently sell the resulting seeds as “female cannabis seeds,” knowing full-well that no males will be in the mix.
To be clear, female cannabis plants are the only ones that develop flowers and thus the only ones to produce a useful amount of cannabinoids like THC and CBD. Though males produce no flowers or cannabinoids, they do produce pollen and a powerful desire to pass that pollen to some nearby ladies. And they’re good at it, too! A single male can pollinate hundreds of female cannabis plants within miles.
Should You Buy Feminized Seeds?
While we certainly appreciate Mary Jane's dedication to her lineage, sometimes it's best to avoid the risk of male pollination all-together. To do this, we recommend buying feminized cannabis seeds.
By growing female-only cannabis seeds, you avoid the risk of male plants pollinating nearby females. This is important for a few reasons. First is the convenience and bag appeal of a seedless sack of weed. There's nothing better than opening up a jar of some fine sensimilla, or seedless cannabis flower, and there's no better feeling than knowing that you grew that premium bud yourself from a small seed.
At Greenpoint Seeds, our primary focus is on regular cannabis seeds. These allow both growers and breeders the opportunity to experiment with different strains at a relatively low price. However, we also offer many feminized seeds to make the cultivation process easier, albeit at a slightly higher cost. The increased price point is solely due to the additional feminizing step these seeds endure; both our regular marijuana seeds and our feminized seeds produce dank buds with high cannabinoid levels.
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Growers and cannabis users of all stripes love feminized cannabis seeds for several reasons:
All of our feminized cannabis seeds fall under two subspecies—indica and sativa. Yet, these categories do little to describe the effects of individual strains—that’s more to do with terpene profiles—so if you want to try strains with different effects, we recommend reading the product description and datasheet to see which is suitable.
Differences Between Indica and Sativa Feminized Cannabis Seeds
The average time from seed to harvest is around 3.5 months, but this varies according to the flowering time of your strain, and when you choose to make the switch from veg to bloom.
With dozens of high-quality feminized cannabis seeds to choose from, how do you know which one is right for you? At RQS, we have several tools to make your browsing experience as easy as possible.
After germinating your seeds, keep your seedlings on a warm windowsill or in a greenhouse. When they outgrow their original container, transplant them into their final pot or a spacious garden bed. Most outdoor growers plant seeds in early spring, once the threat of frost is gone.