Lately in the market it is true there has been a little too much uniformity, all the same strains available at slightly different prices. However Big Buddha Seeds has swooped in to save the day. This brand supplies some of the most interesting and genetically individual strains on the market. Quite a few stem from their famous find, the Cheese strain. They ran with this extremely popular strain and created a whole host of different hybrids using some of the world’s other favourites such a Diesel. This begot Chiesel, one of the most features strains in their catalogue.
Their catalogue is a rather vast one and can be found on their website, it is well organised and informative with in depth data on each strain linked to their pictures. They also have a blog which keeps everyone updated on everything Big Buddha, from new strains to awards which they have won.
Like many other brands Big Buddha has decided to stay in the user-friendly seed race and they therefore supply many of their seeds in a feminised form.
Feminised seeds are useful for a number of reasons. They produce only female plants which means no dealing with pesky males. Many people have no use for the male plants any more especially since it was discovered that the females could create their own seeds. Thus the males simply take up time, space, and money that could be used for the far more efficient female plants. Skipping back slightly to the females creating their own seeds thing. If someone did want to produce their own seed crop but did not want to deal with male plants there is a way. It is a little trickier than conventional breeding but it can be done. If a female is stressed out in just the right way then she can produce a small number of male flowers. The flowers contain the pollen which is needed to fertilise a female and create seeds. These seeds are often reported to have a better potency and a higher level of uniformity.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries – please check the laws of your country and don’t be growing any plants if it is against your country’s laws.