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With regular cannabis seeds, the genus of the plant has not yet been determined. When choosing regular seeds the chance that the seed will develop into a female plant is about 60%. The chance that the seed develops into a male plant is therefore 40%. And because male plants do not produce buds (read: marijuana), you need several marijuana seeds to increase the chance that you will eventually grow a female plant.
In this blog we assume that you buy cannabis seeds for growing cannabis. For this you can choose between regular seeds or feminized cannabis seeds. Both types differ from each other and have an influence on the final result. The differences are explained below.
Type of seed (regular or feminized)
With feminized cannabis seeds you don’t have the risk of a flowering male plant. Because female seeds produce 99.9% of a female weed plant. This is why most growers choose feminized seeds or autoflowering seeds
Reading tip: Our blog about ‘Germinating marijuana seeds’ explains how to optimize the success rate to 100%.
To grow weed, you need high quality marijuana seeds. But how many seeds do you need to grow weed? And then there’s the question: how many marijuana plants do you want to grow?
1 ounce is equivalent to 28.35g. Hence, ⅛ ounce (commonly called just an “eighth”) is equal to 3.5g. Visually, an eighth of cannabis will usually consist of at least 3 solid buds, but again, this may vary depending on the size and weight of the buds you’re buying. It’ll be enough for at least 3–4 joints, depending on how you roll.
• “a sawbuck” – $10 dollars worth of weed. Also used mainly in the US.
• “a 50” – Equivalent of $50 worth of cannabis.
The terms used to describe cannabis quantities vary depending on where you live, and what measurement system you use in that area (imperial vs. metric). However, there are a few standard measurements that are used in various places around the world. These are:
• “a tinger” – Equivalent to roughly 1g of cannabis, or $10 worth. Mainly used in the UK.