Slightly shorter, high quality marijuana 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 excellent medical qualities.
Despite the rise in advanced, specifically bred female genetics, the popularity of regular cannabis seeds has remained strong amongst enthusiasts. The pure genetics are highly sought by growers looking for greater flexibility in their gardens and increased value for money. Until recent years growers had no choice but use regular seeds however the introduction of feminized seeds has seen many seed breeders neglect the regular strain category.
High quality regular Indica strains, known for their powerful sedative stone.
A cannabis seed possesses 50% of the DNA from each of its parents, just like you! This means that to produce high-quality seeds, both parents must be of exceptional quality. A breeder could be using excellent females, but the male pollen donor must have desirable attributes as well. Since male plants do not produce flowers the same way that females do, it is much more challenging to determine if a male plant will be a desirable breeder or not.
For most growers, the fastest and easiest way to create high-quality seeds is to use female plants to make feminized hybrids. At Greenpoint Seeds, we use elite, clone-only strains such as Animal Cookies and Purple Punch to create our wide selection of feminized seeds. Check out our selection of feminized seeds today!
Although most growers prefer feminized seeds, regular seeds play an important role in cannabis breeding and genetic preservation. Unlike feminized seeds, which produce all-female plants, regular marijuana seeds produce roughly 50% female and 50% male offspring. Growers typically prefer to grow female plants because these plants form flowers that offer substantially higher resin, terpene , and cannabinoid production than male plants provide. When you smoke cannabis buds, you are smoking the flowers of a female plant.
This makes regular-seed breeding a laborious process that requires patience, diligence, and integrity.
If these flowers have seeds in them, it’s likely because a male plant was present among the females during the flowering growth stage. Male plants produce much lower quantities of resin, terpenes, cannabinoids, and flowers compared to females. Instead, males create pollen, which is used to fertilize a female flower. If a male plant pollinates a female, she will produce seeded flowers that are less than ideal for smoking. This is why commercial grow rooms cultivate only female plants—seeds are highly undesirable in high-quality marijuana or cannabis flowers.