Royal Queen Seeds started life in the Netherlands but has now spread across Europe and has quickly become one of the favourites on the market today. They are passionate about their seeds, they are all grown completely organically and hand selected and tested to ensure the best quality.
They have a large range of seeds but make sure that their catalogue is not full to bursting possibly sacrificing quality. They have something for everyone but are sure to only select the best and brightest of each strain. Whether it’s auto flowering, feminised, or medicinal seeds, they supply only the champions of each type. Amongst their many choices lie their very own award-winning seeds as well as a few old worldwide favourites. One of the genetically altered types that they supply are the feminised seeds.
Feminised seeds have been bred for the soul purpose of producing only female plants. This genetic study was originally done because so many breeders had no need for male plants and all that they did was take up space in their crop and reduce their level of efficiency. It is true that there have been a few issues with hermaphrodite plants appearing but over the years this issue has been almost completely eradicated and many brands can now boast a 100% yield of pure females.
It has also been discovered that, if put under the correct stresses, females can produce a small amount of male flowers. This means that there is still no need to deal with the male plants when wanting to produce a seed harvest for the next crop. True this is the most difficult way to cultivate a seed crop but it has also been realised that these seeds will often produce a higher level or uniformity and potency in future crops whilst also allowing the grower to choose the parent females at their discretion. To many, feminised seeds are the only way to go.
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