silver thiosulfate feminization

They then fertilise another female, whose flowers produce a generation of feminized seeds. We know what you’re thinking; how on Earth can a female suddenly grow balls?! Well, there are two different ways to achieve this. By stopping the production of ethylene levels in plant tissues, breeders can force female plants to produce pollen sacs. Various chemical agents can be used to catalyse this process—colloidal silver being the safest option.

The second method involves relying on nature's deep desire to procreate. If female cannabis plants are left unfertilised, they sometimes take matters into their own hands. Occasionally, they’ll flip sexes in an attempt to fertilise themselves. They produce oddly shaped pollen-producing structures known descriptively as “bananas”. Breeders collect this “female pollen” and use it to fertilise female flowers to produce feminized seeds. If you want nothing but resinous flowers from your grow, then feminized seeds are for you. You’ll save a tremendous amount of time not having to sift males out of your growing space. You can rest easy knowing that your grow tent or garden will remain pollen-free.

If so, check out these three top-quality specimens below. Royal Gorilla Sour Dubb x Chem Sis x Chocolate Diesel 500 - 550 gr/m 2 90 - 160 cm 8 - 9 weeks THC: 27% (aprox.) / CBD: Low 50% Sativa, 50% Indica, 0% Ruderalis 550 - 600 g/per plant (dried) 130 - 170 cm Middle of October Cerebral and relaxing. Sour Dubb x Chem Sis x Chocolate Diesel 500 - 550 gr/m 2 90 - 160 cm 8 - 9 weeks THC: 27% (aprox.) / CBD: Low. 50% Sativa, 50% Indica, 0% Ruderalis 550 - 600 g/per plant (dried) 130 - 170 cm Middle of October Cerebral and relaxing. Sweet ZZ Grape Ape x Grapefruit 550 - 600 gr/m 2 80 - 150 cm 7 - 9 weeks THC: 22% (aprox.) / CBD: Low 20% Sativa, 80% Indica 500 - 550 g/per plant (dried) 160 - 200 cm Late September Stoned, relaxed. Grape Ape x Grapefruit 550 - 600 gr/m 2 80 - 140 cm 7 - 9 weeks THC: 22% (aprox.) / CBD: Low. 20% Sativa, 80% Indica 500 - 550 g/per plant (dried) 160 - 200 cm Late September Stoned, relaxed. Fruit Spirit Blueberry x White Widow 375 - 425 g/m 2 80 - 120 cm 7 - 8 weeks THC: 18% (aprox.) / CBD: Low 60% Sativa, 40% Indica 475 - 525 g/per plant (dried) 175 - 220 cm Early October High (sweet taste) Fruit Spirit. Blueberry x White Widow 500 - 550 g/m 2 80 - 120 cm 7 - 8 weeks THC: 18% (aprox.) / CBD: Low. 60% Sativa, 40% Indica 500 - 550 g/per plant (dried) 175 - 220 cm Early October High (sweet taste) AUTOFLOWERING. Autoflowering strains get their name from their ability to flower without a change in the light cycle. They are easy to grow, fast to flower, and maintain stealthy sizes. PROS CONS No need to change the light cycle Lower yield Small and compacte Typically less THC; not as potent as most photoperiod strains Usually higher in CBD Difficult to clone Rapid flowering times - Hardy genetics make them easy to grow and beginner-friendly - Ideal for guerrilla growing - PROS CONS No need to change the light cycle Lower yield Small and compact Typically less THC; not as potent as most photoperiod strains Usually higher in CBD Difficult to clone Rapid flowering times - Hardy genetics make them easy to grow and beginner-friendly - Ideal for guerrilla growing - HOW ARE AUTOFLOWERING GENETICS MADE? Breeders create autoflowering seeds by using _Cannabis ruderalis_ genetics—the subspecies that contains the autoflowering trait. Cannabis ruderalis adapted to the shorter growing seasons and colder climates of Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia. The shorter summer in these regions forced the subspecies to begin flowering on its own accord. These plants need to reproduce before the short summer comes to an end and the freezing temperatures of autumn grip the landscape. They developed the ability to flower based on time and age, instead of a change in light exposure. In contrast, indica and sativa subspecies are photoperiod varieties. They require shorter light cycles to trigger flowering—an environmental cue that signals the imminence of autumn and colder days ahead. They are shrubby, small, low in THC, and produce low yields.

They use these plants to infuse well-known photoperiod strains with the autoflowering trait.

You’ll benefit from autoflowering seeds if you want a harvest as soon as physically possible. Maybe you want to boost turnover, or set up and take down your growing operation within a small window of time.

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