feminizing seeds

How to Feminize Seeds

The cannabis industry has evolved more in the last 15 years than it has in the last century. Society has also evolved, allowing cannabis and the idea of weed to slowly make its way into pop culture, with more and more strains available as well as accessories for smoking or consuming cannabis. Nowadays, pretty much anyone can grow cannabis in their own house with all of the necessary equipment to make their own strains. Years ago only a select few had access to such equipment. Today we’re going to show you how to feminize seeds. You won’t need many items to do so, and the ones you do need are easy enough to get.

Like most living creatures, cannabis plants need a male and a female specimen to reproduce; the male pollinates the female plant which causes seeds to grow. The resulting seeds have genes from both the mother and father plants, so it has a 50% possibility of being female or male. This is why you need to find a way to get your seeds by using just female plants, completely getting rid of male genes, which only leaves the possibility for female seeds.

How to Feminize Seeds | Tutorial

Many growers know that if you stress out cannabis plants, they can easily become hermaphoridtes (a plant with both male and female sex organs) which end up creating male flowers that create pollen which then “impregnates” the plant and others around it. The issue with stress-caused hermaphrodite plants is that most of the resulting seeds tend to be hermaphrodites too, so it’s not the best method to use and it also stresses your plants out quite a lot.

In order to turn a female plant male without stressing it out, all you need is some Silver Thiosulfate, also known as STS. If you apply STS to female plants it will modify their ethylene levels, which is the hormone in charge of determining the sex of certain plants. This causes female plants to change sex and turn into males without the disadvantage of male genes.

Silver Thiosulfate

Making your own STS only takes about 15 to 20 minutes and you’ll need two ingredients: Sodium Thiosulfate and Silver Nitrate, both of which can easily be found in any pharmacy and on our webstore. Sodium Thiosulfate is a neutral chemical salt that’s used to reduce side-effects in some cancer treatments and can easily be bought without a prescription.

You can acquire silver nitrate on our webstore, although some people prefer to extract it from other products that contain it, such as Argenpal, a product used to get rid of warts – each one of these little contains a very small amount of Silver Nitrate, so it’s probably better just to buy it directly without the need to spend more money or spend forever trying to extract the Silver Nitrate from the product itself. We stock Panreac Silver Nitrate, which may be a bit more expensive but you’re guaranteed the best quality, and it saves quite a lot of time.

How to Feminize Seeds | Making STS


You’ll need protective material such as gloves, safety glasses and a face mask; STS can be quite toxic when inhaled and it can leave large burns on the skin. Make sure you don’t use any metallic objects when making STS – everything should be plastic, as metal can alter the composition and reduce efficiency.


Do not use metal instruments or tools in this process. The first thing you’ll need to do is grab a plastic cup and pour in 20ml of distilled water. Next, depending on your chosen method, get either 7 Argenpal sticks or 0.35g silver nitrate. If working with Argenplal, dilute the tips delicately in the water (the tip is where the silver nitrate is). Grab another plastic cup and add 30ml distilled water and 1.3g of sodium thiosulfate, mixing it slowly until it’s fully dissolved. Then, mix the contents of both glasses and mix slowly again – make sure to use a plastic spoon, no metal.

The result is 50ml of pure Silver Thiosulfate, much too potent to use on your plants, so you’ll need to water it down a bit. Add your Silver Thiosulfate to 400ml of distilled water, so you’ll have around 450ml of STS. Make sure to shake quite a lot until it’s completely mixed. It’s still much too concentrated to apply straight onto your plants; take 100ml of the mixture you just made and add it to 400ml mor of distilled water. You now have 500ml of a usable STS mixture that’s ready to be used on your plants.


For maximum efficiency you’ll need to use it the same day you make it. If stored in a dark, cool space it can last up to 15 days but each day it’ll be a bit less potent. If you have it for over a week and haven’t used it we recommend making another batch if you want the best possible results.

How to Feminize Seeds | How to use STS

STS is used by spraying it on your plants leaves, making sure that it’s entirely covered and dripping. We recommend taking the plant away from your growing area before beginning the process, or the mixture might end up getting on your other plants too. You’ll need to begin applying it 4 or 5 days after flipping the lights, right before your lights go off. This allows you to spray the plant without worrying about the light burning your plants. After 10 days, you need to respray your plants, using the same process, covering the plant in the mixture and letting it soak in in the dark.

The sprayed plant will begin growing male flowers with pollen with can then be used to pollinate whichever plant you want, causing seeds to appear that have absolutely no male genes in them. You can use the pollinated plant in order to make extracts from its resin; the amount of seeds it’ll produce will render it pretty much useless in as far as smokeable flowers. The plant that you’ve applied the STS to will need to be thrown away, as it’s much too toxic to do anything with and if you consume any of it, even its resin, you could run in to some health issues.

When should you polinate your plants?

In order to efficiently pollinate select plants, we recommend having two completely separate grow rooms or areas to work in. One should be for the plants that you’re planning on switching to male in order to obtain female polen; the other should be specifically for the plants that you plan on pollinating once you’ve reverted the other ones.

When using the pollen that you’ve collected from your reverted plants, you need to make sure that the plant that you plan on using it on is fully ready for it; this can depend on the strain you’re growing. The right time to begin applying feminized pollen is actually right when your plants begin to flow real flowers.

You generally want to use the pollen as fresh as possible on a plant that is fully ready to take it on, or else it simply might not work – it’s kind of like people, in that sense. Certain things need to be just right. To harvest large amounts of high quality seeds, you’re probably better off doing a few tests in order to find out when the right moment is. You can do this by testing it out on the same strain before going big.

How to Feminize Seeds | Make your own strains

When making your own seeds you can combine your favorite strains, resulting in a plant that you’ve created yourself that is 100% feminized. When you combine two strains, you’ll get various phenotypes with varying qualities and structures. It’s important that you use regular seeds to do this, as feminized ones are much too weak and might have issues such as stress and end up becoming hermaphrodites.

In order to stabilize the genes in your resulting plants, you’ll need to select the phenotypes you like the most, meaning that you’ll need to grow quite a lot of the seeds that you get from your feminized plant. Then, take a clone from each plant and set them to flower in order to study their characteristics. Once you’re done, you’ll need to pick two mother plants, revert them and cross them with each other to get a more balanced version. This process is repeated as many times as necessary in order to create a balanced strain that has the characteristics you’re looking for.

Feminizing cannabis seeds is quite the process. You need to be able to keep perfect track and control of the timing when it comes to flowering and pollen yield if you want the best possible results. Take your time, do a few controlled tests and then you can start making large amounts of your own seeds.

Learn how to feminize seeds at home. Use silver thiosulphate to make your very own cannabis hybrids with your favorite strains for the best results.


flower bomb strain

Flowerbomb Kush

Taste & Smell

  • Spicy
  • Sweet


  • Calm
  • Giggly
  • Happy
  • Hungry
  • Dizzy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth

Pairs Well With

  • Amusement Parks
  • Eating
  • Exploring Nature
  • Going Out
  • Social Events
  • Walking in the City

About this Indica Strain

The indica cannabis strain Flowerbomb Kush produces buds that are dense and dark, having brown or amber pistils. It emits an enticingly spicy pine scent with undertones of lemon.

Parent strains are the hybrid OG Kush crossed with the sativa Green Crack. Flowerbomb Kush first blossomed under the care of Strain Hunters Seed Bank and is currently sold by Green House Seeds.

The THC level of this strain averages at 14% and can reach 19% in some crops. Its high, though indica, is known to increase creativity and happiness while also relaxing the muscles of the body. Aches and pains will slowly melt away as the high continues. Some reviewers have noted its tendency to induce the giggles. Flowerbomb Kush will give the consumer the munchies.

The most mentioned negative effect of this strain is slight dizziness besides dry mouth and eyes.

Growers should expect Flowerbomb Kush to flower within eight weeks. It requires consistent pruning to avoid leaning stems and does best when grown in soil.

The indica cannabis strain Flowerbomb Kush produces buds that are dense and dark, having brown or amber pistils. It emits an enticingly spicy pine scent with undertones of lemon. Parent strains are the hybrid OG Kush crossed with the sativa Green Crack. Flowerbomb Kush first blossomed under the care…


orange creamsicle strain

Orange Creamsicle

Taste & Smell

  • Fruity
  • Sour
  • Sweet


  • Calm
  • Energetic
  • Happy

Pairs Well With

  • Housework
  • Doing Nothing
  • Spa
  • Yoga

About this Hybrid Strain

The Orange Creamsicle cannabis strain is an indica-dominant hybrid. Its cured nuggets are small with vivid orange pistils and large visible golden trichomes. When you open up a package of Orange Creamsicle weed, you’ll be bombarded with the delicious scent of tangy citrus and sugar.

The genetics of this strain come from crossing Orange Crush with Juicy Fruit, which are two popular strains for those that enjoy fruitier cannabis selections. Orange Creamsicle THC percentages tend to average from the mid to high teens depending on cultivation and curing techniques used.

Effects of the Orange Creamsicle strain have been described by reviewers as perfect for lowering stress, pain, nausea, depression, and even fatigue. They’ve said it can bring on a happy mood combined with energy while simultaneously relaxing the body’s muscles and easing tension.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data

Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 23.54%
CBD: 0.01%
CBN: 0.01%
Terpene Lab Data

Terpene Amount
Terpinolene: 0.328%
Beta Myrcene: 0.113%
Limonene: 0.057%


Frequently Asked Questions About Orange Creamsicle

Orange Creamsicle is a fruity cannabis strain with notes of sugar. Its THC percentages average in the mid to high teens. Reviewers say they love how it helps with depression, pain, nausea, and fatigue.

What does Orange Creamsicle mean?

This strain gets its name not only from its lineage, but from its distinct sweet, tangy, and orangey scent and taste that its parent strains gave it (a combination of Orange Crush and Juicy Fruit).

Where does Orange Creamsicle come from?

Orange Creamsicle comes from crossing Juicy Fruit with Orange Crush.

What does Orange Creamsicle taste like?

The taste of this strain is reminiscent of its name; being tangy, sweet, and citrusy like oranges.

What does Orange Creamsicle smell like?

The scent of this strain is similar to its name; being sweet and of oranges or citrus.

Is Orange Creamsicle an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Orange Creamsicle is a hybrid cannabis strain with an indica-lean.

What color does Orange Creamsicle have?

Its cured nuggets are small with vivid orange pistils and large visible golden trichomes.

What effects does Orange Creamsicle have?

Effects of the Orange Creamsicle strain have been described by reviewers as perfect for lowering stress, pain, nausea, depression, and even fatigue. They’ve said it can bring on a happy mood combined with energy while simultaneously relaxing the body’s muscles and easing tension.

The Orange Creamsicle cannabis strain is an indica-dominant hybrid. Its cured nuggets are small with vivid orange pistils and large visible golden trichomes. When you open up a package of Orange Creamsicle weed, you’ll be bombarded with the delicious scent of tangy citrus and sugar. The genetics…


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Aquaponics & Cannabis: 3 Major Obstacles

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Introduction: What is Aquaponics?

In order to get high yields with aquaponics, a cannabis grower needs to familiarize themselves with the basics of how an aquaponic system works. To grow cannabis successfully in aquaponics, the system must be configured to produce the high levels of nutrients needed by a plant like marijuana, and that takes a little extra know-how!

Aquaponics is the art of combining aquaculture (growing fish in tanks) with hydroponics (growing plants in water). It’s sort of like organic hydroponics!

In an aquaponic growing system, fish are raised in a tank and the nutrients they produce (contained in their poop and produced by their gills) gets converted by bacteria into nutrients for the plants. The plant roots help clean the water before it is re-circulated back to the fish tank, completing the cycle.

Aquaponics creates a tiny ecosystem – fish make nutrients for cannabis while cannabis cleans the water for the fish!

Although fish are the most common species used for aquaponics, other aquatic creatures like shrimp, crayfish or prawns can also be used. Both edible fish and ornamental fish can be used successfully in an aquaponic system. Generally you want to pick a species that is hardy and can tolerate crowding. Tilapia is an edible fish that adapt very well to aquaponics, and koi or goldfish are great choices for ornamental fish since they are nice to look at and can thrive in sub-optimal environments.

Aquaponics may be the most efficient way there is to cultivate both fish and plants at the same time because combining them together reduces the cost of farming each one individually! In big commercial operations, aquaponics is used to produce profitable combinations like tilapia fish and lettuce. In smaller setups, aquaponics is a sustainable, low-technology and efficient way to create food even with infertile land and low resources – aquaponics dramatically reduces the amount of water needed for raising fish, while producing high-nutrient plants at the same time!

You feed the fish, they feed the cannabis!

When it comes to growing cannabis in aquaponics, one of the big goals is to set up a system that produces high levels of available nutrients. Growing cannabis plants gobble up nutrients, especially in the flowering stage, so you need to ramp up an aquaponics system to optimize it for high nutrient output! That means that you need to make sure you have a high density of fish, as well as a really great bacterial colony to convert all that fish poop into nutrients for your plants!

Life Cycle Inside a Cannabis Aquaponics System


The Rearing Tank / Aquarium is where the fish or other aquatic creatures live. These creatures produce waste containing nutrients that are vital for plant growth. Common fish used in aquaponics include tilapia, koi and goldfish, but there are many other hardy species that can adapt to an aquaponic environment including blue gill and catfish.


Your system will have a Hydroponic Sub-System, which is basically the tank or reservoir where cannabis plants grow with their roots in the water. In many ways, you grow your cannabis plants in aquaponics just like you would with a traditional DWC/hydro setup. The main difference is the fish produce nutrients instead of you having to add them!


Bacteria make up your Biofilter, the “heart” of your aquaponics system. The bacteria biofilter is the missing piece that allows you to run a symbiotic relationship between the fish and the plants like in nature. When you create a nice home for the bacteria, they work hard to convert fish waste into usable nutrients for the plants. The biofilter can be its own separate component in the system, or you can cultivate a biofilm of bacteria inside the actual fish tanks and hydroponic reservoirs. Without a colony of bacteria, your plants will be unable to use the nutrients in the water from the fish (and fish will die from too-high levels of ammonia)!

The Secret to Success with Marijuana & Aquaponics is Patience

The secret to any successful aquaponics system is patience! You need to create a balance between the fish, bacteria and plants, and this takes time. Unfortunately, there’s not necessarily a lot of ways to speed things up while your bacteria is being colonized.

It’s like growing a cannabis plant in a way, you can do things to get the plant to grow faster, but no matter what you’re still going to have to wait for the plant to grow until you get to harvest. You can help your bacteria grow, but they need time to build up their numbers and form a robust colony.

That means in a young/new aquaponics tank you have to spend time cultivating your bacteria, and in the meantime you may have a lot of adjusting to do to maintain a balance that will keep both plants and fish alive: adding nutrients, changing the water, testing nutrient levels, managing pH and possibly adding/removing fish.

But as you create more of a balance, and your tank becomes more mature, you will have a lot less to do. In fact, over time you can set the system to do most of the maintenance by itself!

3 Major Obstacles to Growing Cannabis in Aquaponics

1.) Cannabis Has High Nutrient Needs

Growing cannabis in aquaponics is similar to hydroponics, except fish and bacteria make the food! Your plants can’t use nutrients directly from the fish. Fish waste actually has to be converted to a usable form by the bacteria in your biofilter. Building a robust colony of bacteria for your biofilter can take 6 months or more, which means that additional nutrient supplementation by natural sources will likely be needed to grow a cannabis plant in aquaponics for the first few months.

The appetite of a cannabis plant for nutrients is especially voracious during the budding/flowering stage. When your plant is making buds, it’s sucking up nutrients like there’s no tomorrow! Fruiting plants with similarly high nutrient needs to cannabis (like tomatoes) have been successfully grown in aquaponics, but it’s much less common than growing something with simple and low nutrient needs like lettuce or herbs.

While “getting your feet wet” with aquaponics, don’t beat yourself up if you run into nutrient problems!

2.) May Need Separate Vegetative & Flowering Chambers

Vegetative and flowering cannabis have different nutrient needs for the best growth. So in order to completely optimize an aquaponic system for cannabis it may be necessary to maintain different tanks.

It may be possible to simply supplement your tank with extra nutrients during the flowering stage, but it can be harmful to fish to add an excessive amount of extra nutrients unless the plants use most of it up before the water is re-circulated back to the rearing tank! Extra planning and water testing may be needed to manage which nutrients are currently available.

3.) What to Do with Extra Fish

Aquaponics is spectacular at producing fish and plants at the same time. If a cannabis grower would like a constant supply of fish to eat or sell, an aquaponic system simply can’t be beat!

But if a cannabis grower does not want to actually harvest their fish, they need to plan on what to do with the extra fish as they die and need to be replaced. In order to maintain the equilibrium of your aquaponics system, it’s a good idea to regularly be adding new young fish as old ones mature and die.

Tactics for Growing Marijuana with Aquaponics

How to Produce the Nutrients Needed by Cannabis

Even after your biofilter is established, you may still need to supplement with extra calcium, iron, potassium and possibly phosphorus to keep up with the needs of your cannabis, especially during the flowering stage.

Luckily there are natural sources to get extra nutrient supplementation without seriously affecting your fish. For example Maxicrop is a common nutrient additive made out of seaweed that works well in an aquaponics system to add potassium and trace minerals without hurting your fish.

Other common additives include cycling calcium hydroxide (hydrated lime or builder’s lime) and potassium carbonate (bicarbonate), which add calcium and potassium to the system while also raising the pH (since low pH is common in an aquaponics system that’s not well-established).

No matter what, when dialing in your aquaponic system it’s important to test your water throughout the process to see what nutrients are currently available. This lets you know where you’re running into nutrient problems, and also will help you know what to do to fix it. Not only will this help you take better care of your plants, it will also help you take better care of your fish!

Want to create a complete ecosystem with basically no input from you?

Some growers will introduce a worm farm (vermicompost) to the system to supplement nutrients naturally while breaking down the solid waste from fish which can’t be processed by bacteria. This is one way to actually “complete” the cycle inside the system.

Normally in aquaponics, these extra solids are filtered out and thrown away, but worms can liquefy it while providing an extra source of nutrients that can help bridge the nutrient gap and make sure cannabis is getting everything it needs without any extra supplementation.

At this point your main input into the system would just be fish feed. If you want to get even more sustainable, you could grow duckweed or another plant that fish eat and you wouldn’t even have to buy fish feed anymore! As the system gets more and more balanced, nearly all the energy input to the system can come from the sun or grow lights, producing a food/plant generating machine!

Ready to start growing cannabis with aquaponics? The following incredibly high-rated book will teach you everything you need to know so you can get started today!

Learn how to grow cannabis with aquaponics with Aquaponics Gardening: A Step-By-Step Guide to Raising Vegetables and Fish Together available on Amazon!

By following the tutorials and setting up your system to grow high-nutrient, flowering plants plants like tomatoes or corn, you will be giving your cannabis plants everything they need to succeed!

In order to get high yields with aquaponics, a cannabis grower needs to familiarize themselves with the basics of how an aquaponic system works. To grow cannabis successfully in aquaponics, the system must be…


bordello strain


Taste & Smell


  • Calm
  • Happy
  • Dizzy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Nervous

About this Hybrid Strain

The hybrid cannabis strain dubbed Bordello produces a scent and taste reminiscent of coffee, pine, and freshly-churned earth. Its harvest-ready buds are a deep mossy green, having hues of blues and purples.

THC levels of Bordello vary, so checking potency before consuming/purchasing is recommended. Its high is known to release pressure in the head and eyes, alleviating headaches and pressure from glaucoma. It will crease a tingling sensation, that starts in the head and spreads down the body as it eases tension in the muscles. Meanwhile, the mind will feel at ease but tasks will become harder to concentrate on. Because of this, consuming when there are no plans for the day is best – or at least, after all important tasks have been completed.

Negative side-effects of Bordello include typical dry eyes and mouth, alongside dizziness and nervousness in forms of paranoia or anxiety – but only when consuming above tolerance levels.

Bordello has been known to produce various indica-dominant phenotypes when cultivating and does best using the sea of green method (SOG).

Lab Data



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The hybrid cannabis strain dubbed Bordello produces a scent and taste reminiscent of coffee, pine, and freshly-churned earth. Its harvest-ready buds are a deep mossy green, having hues of blues and purples. THC levels of Bordello vary, so checking potency before consuming/purchasing is recommended….


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Hawaiian baby woodrose Category: Hallucinogens

Also called: argyreia nervosa, lysergamide, elephant creeper, trip C, purple ohms, trip, E, happy caps, dionysus, BC2.

How it’s used

Hawaiian baby woodrose is a climbing vine with large furry seeds which grow in pods. The seeds are light brown or tan in colour and contain a powerful hallucinogen LSA (lysergic acid amide), similar to LSD. You can be swallow them whole or crush them and mix with hot water to make a tea. These seeds have long been used in religious ceremonies in Hawaii and parts of South America.

Short-term effects

  • Effects begin after an hour and typically last for 4-8 hours
  • Your perceptions of time, sounds and vision change
  • Euphoria – extreme happiness
  • Extreme tiredness

Long-term effects

  • Flashbacks
  • You risk psychological disturbance if you use heavily
  • Indifference and apathy
  • Decreased psychomotor activity
  • You may feel like you’re sinking into nothingness
  • Tiredness, desire to sleep
  • Feelings of unreality

Other dangers

Overdose of Hawaiian baby woodrose may cause a psychotic episode

If you are pregnant

Do not use Hawaiian baby woodrose if you are pregnant as it can cause uterine contractions, so you could lose your baby.


You can’t become physically addicted and there is a very low risk of psychological dependency.

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What Are GMO Seeds: Information About GMO Garden Seeds

When it comes to the topic of GMO garden seeds, there can be a lot of confusion. Many questions, such as “what are GMO seeds?” or “can I buy GMO seeds for my garden?” swirl around, leaving the inquirer wanting to learn more. So in an effort to help develop a better understanding of which seeds are GMO and what this means, continue reading to find out more GMO seed info.

GMO Seed Info

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are organisms that have had their DNA altered through human intervention. There is no doubt that “improving” on nature can benefit the food supply in a number of ways in the short term, but there is much debate about the long-term effects of genetically altering seeds.

How will this impact the environment? Will super-bugs evolve to feed on genetically modified plants? What are the long-term effects on human health? The jury is still out on these questions, as well as the question of contamination of non-GMO crops. Wind, insects, plants that escape cultivation and improper handling can lead to the contamination of non-GMO crops.

What are GMO Seeds?

GMO seeds have had their genetic makeup altered through human intervention. Genes from a different species are inserted into a plant in hopes that the offspring will have the desired characteristics. There are some questions about the ethics of altering plants in this way. We don’t know the future impact of altering our food supply and tampering with the environmental balance.

Don’t confuse genetically modified seeds with hybrids. Hybrids are plants that are a cross between two varieties. This type of modification is achieved by pollinating the flowers of one type with the pollen of another. It is only possible in very closely related species. The seeds collected from plants grown from hybrid seeds may have the characteristics of either of the hybrid’s parent plants, but don’t generally have the characteristics of the hybrid.

Which Seeds are GMO?

The GMO garden seeds that are available now are for agricultural crops such as alfalfa, sugar beets, field corn used for animal feed and processed foods and soybeans. Home gardeners aren’t generally interested in these types of crops, and they are only available for sale to farmers.

Can I Buy GMO Seeds for My Garden?

The short answer is not yet. The GMO seeds that are available now are only available to farmers. The first GMO seeds to become available to home gardeners will probably be a grass seed that is genetically modified to make it easier to grow a weed-free lawn, but many experts question this approach.

Individuals can, however, buy the products of GMO seeds. Floriculturists use GMO seeds to grow flowers that you can buy from your florist. In addition, many of the processed foods that we eat contain GMO vegetable products. The meat and dairy products we consume may come from animals that were fed GMO grains.

When it comes to the topic GMO garden seeds, there can be a lot of confusion. Many questions abound. Find out more about GMO seed information in this article. Click here to learn more now.


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LED Grow Lights Depot: How I Got Panel with discount code?

Kally Smith
Jul 30, 2020 · 3 min read

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They have been in business considering that 2014 and have actually built up a reputable and relied on online business with farmers around the nation and also worldwide. They think that LED grow lights are the future of energy-efficient grow lighting and also wish to share this rapidly progressing modern technology with the world.

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Marijuana Seeds in my Weed

Marijuana Seeds in my weed, should I try to grow them

We were searching the internet for content about marijuana seeds and we came on a couple of articles which talk about the concept of “bag seed” and what to do with those seeds. Bottom line, if you find a seed in your weed, you need to consider the following:

  • Are the seeds Good or Bad
  • Is the Strain one you like
  • Are you prepared to Grow
  • Is the seed Viable
  • What about Germination
  • Do you know about Cannabis seeds?
  1. Regular
  2. Feminized
  3. Auto-Flowering

Are the seeds Good or Bad?

Congratulations, you’ve found a seed. More specifically a bagseed, which is what marijuana seeds found in packaged flower are commonly called. Maybe congratulations aren’t quite in order. Depending on where it came from, who you ask, and if the seed is viable or not will affect your level of excitement.

Anyone who has been smoking cannabis for some time has undoubtedly come across a bagseed. Sometimes you’ll notice a cannabis seed when grinding down some flower or you’ll see it pop, spark, and crackle as the heat of your lit bowl pops the precious kernel within.

Bagseed: Good or Bad Weed Seeds – that is the question

If found before lighting it on fire, the first thought from excited smokers is: “Let’s grow some weed!” But before you jump in headfirst, ask yourself a few questions to help decide if it’s worth the time and energy to grow the seed.

Seeds found in finished cannabis flower can develop for a number of reasons. A nearby male plant can accidentally pollinate a flowering female. More commonly, though, they’re a sign of stress and can be attributed to high temperatures during the final stages of flowering or an exaggerated spike in climate or environment.

Seeds can also form in plants with genetic disorders or instability, like hermaphrodites—plants that develop both male and female reproductive parts. Generally these conditions are viewed as negatives, and for that reason alone, temper your expectations with any plants you start from a bagseed.

Is the Cannabis Seed You Found from Good Cannabis?

Sometimes you’ll get lucky and find a mature seed in some really nice herb. Strains like the legendary Chemdog wouldn’t be possible without adventurous smokers planting and proliferating the seeds they found in a bag of kind bud.

So don’t discount your bud just because there’s a seed or two in it. While not ideal, it could be the origins of the next great cannabis strain.

The first and most apparent question you should ask yourself is whether you enjoy the cannabis that the seed turned up in. If you don’t like the flavor, effects, or even the looks of the bud, then it’s probably not worth growing.

The second question you should ask yourself is:

Are You Ready to Grow?

Fear not! If you’re simply curious to learn how cannabis grows and less concerned with the overall outcome, you can plant a couple of bagseeds outside and see what the result are.

However, growing cannabis takes a certain level of commitment. Plants need nurturing for months in the right environment with a close eye for detail. All this takes investment. Whether it’s time, energy, or financial resources, you’ll have to commit to the whole process if you want to produce something you’re proud of.

If you’re ready for a more serious approach, make sure you have the space for a proper garden and pop the seeds to see what fruit they bear.

Is the Weed Seed Viable?

There are a few indicators that will give you a sense of whether the seed is worth germinating. Immature seeds tend to be light in color and have a soft outer shell.

Visual signs like tiger stripes—dark stripes that resemble tiny roots or veins on a leaf—are generally good. A seed with a solid shell will withstand a little pressure when pinched between your fingers. If it crumbles or cracks, the seed will be effectively destroyed, but don’t agonize over your loss.

Stress on a plant and unstable environments can produce bagseeds, and often, a bagseed’s viability is questionable at best.

In some cases, even if a seed isn’t completely mature, there’s still a chance it could be viable. But often these are extremely weak, take long to develop, and express other unfavorable characteristics. Growers usually discard weak plants to free up space in their limited gardens.

You might also find a mature seed that has been physically damaged through poor handling, like rough trimming. In those cases, it probably isn’t worth the effort to try and germinate the seed.

But if the seeds you found look decent or even questionable, you might as well germinate them and see what sprouts.

Time to Germinate

Viable or not, there’s only one sure way to find out. Once you’ve decided you’re going to see what those beans can do, it’s time to germinate. Germination is the incubation period that encourages seeds to sprout and develop into a new plant.

We recommend getting the seed wet and placing into a damp paper towel. Keep the towel slightly moist and wait. Water triggers the seed to start softening the shell and letting the tap root out. Once the tap root is exposed you’re ready to put the seed into a tray and get that sprout turned into a seedling!

Even if your seed sprouts fast and grows vigorously, it has roughly a 50/50 chance of being female and producing seedless, cannabinoid-rich flowers.

Remember, once a seed germinates, the real work begins. Sexing, selecting, vegetative growth, flowering, and the eventual harvest all lie ahead.

So, let’s talk about Marijuana seeds

Cannabis seeds are considered cannabis products just like flower, edibles, and concentrates. Their legality depends on which state you live in. People living in states with adult-use legalization can buy, produce, and sell seeds within their own state, but seeds can’t cross state lines. People living in states with medical legalization can only buy seeds if they have a medical card.

Seed banks exist outside of the US and can sell them for “souvenir purposes,” but it is illegal to bring seeds into the US and Customs will seize any cannabis seeds that they find in packages or on a person.

What’s the Difference Between Regular, Feminized, and Autoflower Seeds?

  • Regular Seeds

If you buy a packet of regular seeds, they’ll come with a mix of males and females. A lot of cultivators prefer to grow these because they haven’t been backcrossed—essentially inbred—as much as feminized or autoflower seeds. You’ll need to sex out the seeds once their reproductive organs show during the flowering phase and discard the males (because they don’t produce buds and will pollenate females, resulting in seeded flowers).

  • Feminized Seeds

Seeds can come feminized, meaning that you can just put them in soil and start growing for buds. These seeds are guaranteed to be bud-producing females, and growing them cuts out the step of having to sex out plants and discard the males.

It also reduces the risk of having a stray male sneak into your crop—just one male can pollinate a huge crop, causing your females to focus their energies on producing seeds instead of buds.

  • Autoflower Seeds

Autoflower plants change from the vegetative to flowering state with age, not the changing of their light cycle. They have a short grow-to-harvest time and can be ready to harvest in as little as 2 ½ to 3 months from when you put the seeds in the ground. The downside is that, typically, they are less potent, but autoflower seeds are great for people who want to grow cannabis but don’t want to spend a lot of time doing it.

You can learn more about Cultivation by reading our Blog Post Cannabis Cultivation Outdoors or our post Cannabis Cultivation Indoors or you can Book one of our Wine-and-Weed Tours and ask our Cultivators questions!

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Purple Lamborghini

Taste & Smell


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Pairs Well With

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About this Hybrid Strain

The beautiful cured nuggets of Purple Lamborghini are filled with various shades of deep greens and purples, all topped with a light sprinkling of trichomes that glisten beneath the sun. This strain’s scent and flavor are like grapes and skunk, though its taste is a little less pronounced than its smell.

THC percentages of this strain have been found to average in the low 20’s, but well-cultivated and cured batches have tested at close to 30%. This potent indica-leaning hybrid produces effects that several reviewers found was great for full-body pain relief, as it has helped their muscles to unwind and their joints to be free of tension.

Purple Lamborghini is a cross between Purple Urkle and Triple OG, the latter being a cross between three different Kush strains, thus giving Purple Lamborghini a complex but satisfying terpene and cannabinoid profile.

The beautiful cured nuggets of Purple Lamborghini are filled with various shades of deep greens and purples, all topped with a light sprinkling of trichomes that glisten beneath the sun. This strain’s scent and flavor are like grapes and skunk, though its taste is a little less pronounced than…