What is better auto flowering or feminized seeds?
Autoflowering seeds are more suitable for indoor cultivation while feminised seeds work better for outdoor cultivation. Generally, feminized seeds grow plants that are bigger and taller than autoflowers.
What is the difference between auto feminized and feminized seeds?
There is one significant difference between auto-flowering and feminized cannabis seeds. Auto-flowers offer 100% automatic flowering. With feminized seeds, you can achieve cloning and have as many plants as you need. Experts also note that auto-flowering yields are less potent than those from feminized seeds.
Are seeds better than clones?
A plant grown from seed is capable of yielding more than a cloned offspring. Most plants grown from seed naturally produce a tap root, whereas plants grown from clones are unable to do so. Growing from seed also lessens your chances of inheriting any pests or diseases from a cutting.
Are all autoflowering seeds feminized?
All of the Autoflowering seeds we recommend are feminized seeds. This means each of the seeds you purchase will only produce a female plant. It is the female plants that produce the Cannabis buds, while the only function the male plant performs is to produce pollen, and fertilize the female.
What is autoflowering cannabis?
Autoflowering cannabis is the third and smallest specie of the cannabis genus, which includes cannabis Sativa and cannabis Indica, this third specie is also called cannabis ruderalis / autoflower / auto cannabis / automatic cannabis.
What is a flowering seed?
If fertilization occurs in a flowering plant, a seed forms inside the flower’s ovary. The seed consists of a tiny embryo plant, a food store for the embryo, and a protective coat. As the seeds of plants develop, the ovary surrounding the seed develops into a fruit, such as an apple or a pea pod.
What is auto seed?
What is an auto flowering seed. An auto-flowering seed is a seed genetically modified to flowering by itself, independently of the light cycle. As you may be aware the marijuana plant bases itself on light periods (called photoperiods) for her phases in life.