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feminised marijuana seeds

The hardier of the cannabis strains, outdoor strains grow tall and produce big yields.

The connoisseurs choice, offering soaring, cerebral highs and uplifting stones.

Sativa

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.

High quality feminized Indica strains, known for their powerful sedative stone.

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.

The subspecies does, however, influence characteristics such as leaf shape, plant size, and total flowering time:

Plants will need different ratios of these nutrients during the vegetative and flowering phases, alongside adjustments in micronutrients like calcium, iron, magnesium, copper, and several others.

Differences Between Indica and Sativa Feminized Cannabis Seeds

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Several types of store-bought soil are perfectly suitable for cannabis growing. However, all soils should meet the following criteria: