Big Buddha Seeds is a brand that really cares about its genetic make-up. Their plants are said to be some of the most unique and interesting strains around today. They are even responsible for some worldwide favourites with their main claim to fame being the Cheese strain. Creating this very popular strain really gave them the boost they needed and soon they were creating all sorts of exciting hybrids and then variations of those hybrids. They really do supply something for everyone.
Their website has a vast and well organised catalogue of seeds for public perusal. Along with a blog that keeps all customers completely up to date on new strains available or just random snippets of Big Buddha info. For example at the moment it shows Big Buddha Seeds winning at the Spannabis Cup 2013.
In their catalogue customers can find a huge array of seeds and seed types, but they are not too fancy for the good, old, reliable regular seed.
Regular seeds are still used all over the world by traditionalists and anyone who doesn't fancy messing around with genetic alterations. While it is certainly true that genetically altered plants are far easier to use they can in fact weaken the genetics of some strains. For medicinal purposes etc. it is thought to be advisable to use regular seeds.
Regular seeds produce a roughly 50/50 division of males and females, although in some cases they can produce a greater number of female plants. Even though they have gone down in popularity purely because many people have no need for the male seed, some people still very much do as they use the male seeds for breeding.
It can be preferable to create a harvest of seeds rather than purchasing, this saves money and ensures that the crop stays at the same level of quality. The best male and female can be chosen to create seeds since seeds will usually take on the best traits of each parent. So for many people this is reason enough to stick with the regular seed.
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.