- 1 Feminized Seeds vs Regular seeds vs Autoflowering Seeds-Are You Ready to Choose Your Seed?
- 1.1 What a Newbie, Indoor Gardener Should Look For When Buying Marijuana Seeds?
- 1.2 Autoflowering Vs Feminized Vs Photoperiod (AKA Regular Cannabis Seeds)
- 1.3 Cannabis Ruderalis plants are only used for breeding purposes. So, the normal grower will likely never see or even deal with ruderals plants or seeds.
- 1.4 What Are Feminized Cannabis Seeds?
- 1.5 What Are Autoflowering Feminized Cannabis Seeds?
- 1.6 Final Thoughts
- 1.7 FAQ
- 1.8 Autoflower FAQ
Feminized Seeds vs Regular seeds vs Autoflowering Seeds-Are You Ready to Choose Your Seed?
Autoflowering, Feminized, and Photoperiod seeds are some of the many different types of seeds that you’ll see at an online seed bank. As a result, It can be quite confusing for newbie
What You’ll Learn
This article is geared toward newbie marijuana growers, and will examine the following types of marijuana seeds:
CannabisSeeds (AKA-Regular Seeds)
- Feminized Autoflowering Seed
And, with that above knowledge, I will tell you what is the best marijuana seed choice for beginning indoor
What a Newbie, Indoor Gardener Should Look For When Buying Marijuana Seeds?
Marijuana strains each have their own characteristics that, for example, influence how tall a marijuana plant will grow, how much THC and CBD it’ll have, and the yield per plant. Therefore, some
- Ease Of Growing– Before buying a
cannabisseed you need to first find out how hard a particular marijuana strain seed is to grow. For example, with regular cannabisseeds you’ll need to put your plants on a strict light schedule and also make sure that you, in a timely manner, prune the male cannabisplant’s pollen sac.
- Max Plant Height-Depending upon your grow area is set up you’ll be most likely have limited space. So, you need to pick a plant that will optimally fit in either your grow room or
grow tent, and whether your grow light will work for that particular strain.
- Hardiness-Certain, weed strains can withstand poor growing conditions and circumstances that other plants. For example, some strains are better able to deal with pests, watering problems, etc. Beginners should be sure to start out with a hardy plant that can withstand the inevitable mistakes that you’ll face as a newbie grower.
Autoflowering Vs Feminized Vs Photoperiod (AKA Regular
Autoflower seeds, feminized seeds, photoperiod seeds, and feminized auto seeds are the four types of seed types that you’ll encounter at your online seed bank. Each of these types has its own pros and cons. Of the four, autoflower, feminized, and autoflowering
Autoflower Marijuana Seeds
The Lowryder Autoflower
What Are Autoflowers?
Regular marijuana seeds and feminized photoperiod seeds will only flower upon a changing of the lighting schedule. On the other hand, autoflower
How Were Autoflower Seeds Created In the First Place?
The first autoflowering
Cannabis Ruderalis plants are only used for breeding purposes. So, the normal grower will likely never see or even deal with ruderals plants or seeds.
How Are Autoflowering Seeds Different From Regular Seeds?
Autoflowering seeds are different from regular
Down Points of Autoflowers
The main drawback of autoflowers is the yield. Autoflowers are more compact than photoperiod marijuana plants, which makes them easier to fit in an average
With improvement in cloning, this difference has become less pronounced. But, generally, autoflower seeds are less potent than regular
What Are Feminized
Like autoflower seeds, feminized marijuana seeds are quite new as they were only introduced on the market in the 1990s. Simply put, though, a feminized seed only grows female plants.
Why Should You Consider Planting A Female Seed Over Autoflowering Strains and Regular Seeds?
To answer this question you first need to know that female plants are the only marijuana plants that have smokeable buds. Photoperiod
What Are Autoflowering Feminized
Autoflowering feminized marijuana seeds are seeds that only grow an autoflowering female
The drawback of feminized autoflowering
As with most anything in life, you’ll first need to learn to crawl before you can walk. Growing weed isn’t an exception to this rule. So, beginning growers need to keep it as simple as possible. To keep it simple your first grow should only use feminized autoflowering seeds. And you can progress onto solely feminized plants after you have a few successful harvests.
Do autoflower plants produce autoflower seeds? A common misconception is that autoflowers will not bear seeds. This is technically false. An autoflower marijuana plant produces thousands of seeds. However, those seeds will be substandard as they will be less potent, and also there isn’t a guarantee that they’ll be feminized.
The reason for the DIY autoflower seeds being less potent is that an autoflower plant focuses its energy on seed-bearing. As a result, less energy is put on THC, terpenes, terpenoids, etc. Additionally, there isn’t a guarantee that your autoflower seeds will be feminized.
What is the best temp and humidity for autoflowers?
The best temperature for autoflowers is the same as regular or photoperiod seeds, which is between 70° and 85° F. The exact temperature though depends upon the particular strain that you are growing.
The recommended humidity for an autoflower depends upon the growth stage of the plant. As an example, an autoflower plant requires more humidity during the seedling growth stage. (65 to 70%) Upon reaching the vegetative growth stage your plants will need less humidity. It is recommended that the humidity is reduced by 5% every week while the autoflower plant is in the vegetative stage.