Feminized cannabis seeds are genetically modified to produce only female plants. Usually, a cannabis seed will produce a male or female plant; the entire process is determined by the X and Y chromosomes. A plant with two X chromosomes will be female 99.99% of the time, while a cannabis plant with X and Y chromosomes will almost always become a male plant.
Royal Queen Seeds has managed to ensure that its female plants produce male flowers thanks to a treatment using gibberellic acid, which transforms female plants into hermaphrodites and makes it possible to produce seeds with only female chromosomes.
The term ‘OG’ was originated in the hip-hop industry to mean ‘Original Gangster.’ But when it comes to cannabis, it might as well mean ‘Original Ganja,’ as OG Kush is one of the most popular strands available. When you mix that with the delicious taste of Bubble Gum cannabis, and you end up with a new strain of cannabis called Bubble Kush.
Bubblegum XL Is a fine example of the new school Amsterdam genetics. Though not as strong as some other varieties from Amsterdam, like our Amnesia Haze. Her genetics are more sativa dominant, though the effect is a nicely balanced mix of stoned and high. Bubblegum XL is a great all round smoke and a great plant for all types of grower.
These days, as more and more consumers are learning more and more about each particular strain of cannabis, there is an increasing amount of focus on the difference between Sativa and Indica strains. While some prefer one type of strain over the other, there are also quite a few Indica/Sativa hybrid strains.
Lovers of chocolate will be enchanted and surprised when they grow Chocolate Haze cannabis seeds. A phenotype of the strain Chocolope, this resilient strain produces a sweet and happy high leaving the smoker feeling uplifted, sunny and glowing. Growing this unique strain will have you curing for its flowers within 8-10 weeks and sharing with friends...
There are always lots of requirements to fill when deciding which strain to grow: strength, yield, flavour, ease of growth, suitability to climate etc. There is one marijuana plant that tries to bring together all these features in a perfect balance in order to produce the ultimate cash crop.
Haze Berry is much loved in California and many other medical marijuana states. It comes from a cross between the classic Blueberry and an uplifting Sativa-dominant Haze strain. This mix offers the best of both worlds; a sweet flavour and stone along with a smooth, energising high.
Lemon Haze is a widely acclaimed marijuana strain that is sativa dominant. Popular for its characteristic fragrance, strong effects and good yield, this strain is sure to become one of your biggest cannabis seeds favorites of all time.
When it comes to strains that have laid down their mark on the cannabis plant genetics that are around today, there are few names that can be mentioned as often as Northern Lights. The exact makeup of the Northern Lights heritage is thought to have come out of west coast America, originally from eleven different seeds.
During the 90s, a group of passionate growers from the Netherlands travelled to South Africa to gather genetics which could be added to their library. Using the genetics they collected, this team would give birth to a nearly pure Sativa (12% Indica) made exclusively with those genetics.
Royal AK is a simple to cultivate plant, causing it to be the most popular because of her exceptional trait. Otherwise known as AK 47, it has time and again been imitated or expended by other seed companies for crosses. Kalashnikova is a cross of AK weed with white widow. It offers an incredibly pure high at the same time as providing the fervent,...
Loved for its sweet taste, pleasant high, and fruity scent, Somango has been dubbed “the beast” after years of popularity and critical acclaim on the internet. The strain earned its name because it has a satisfying and fruity flavor that is reminiscent of tropical mangos.
Kush is to Indica varieties what Haze means to Sativa. Much like skunk, kush is a term which can be used to describe a whole lineage of cannabis plants. We use the term Indica today to describe a type of plant which is found naturally (indigenous to) in the India Region.
In the '90s there was a mad dash from seed breeders and sellers to find that ultimate skunk. During this period, lots of growers tried to replicate that Mexican, Colombian, Afghan hybrid which resulted in a huge variety of new generation skunks.