Buddha Seeds are a Spanish company based in Valencia. They have a reputation for being extremely reliable and creating stable strains of a constant quality. Their little claim to fame is that they were at the forefront of the auto flowering revolution. They helped to bring auto flowering seeds to the masses and now specialise primarily on dwarf auto flowering plants. They have been responsible for many other impressive strains such as White Dwarf, Red Dwarf, Diemos, Quasar, and Pulsar. These are only their most popular strains which have the best reputation but they also have a number of other strains in their catalogue. Everyone likes a seed bank that can always be relied on, it's far better than always worrying whether or not the seeds will be of the same quality every time, especially if they are not all that cheap. That's why Buddha Seeds is one of those types of companies that have a large following of totally loyal customers.
Even though Buddha Seeds deal primarily in auto flowering genetics they also supply a nice little range of regular seeds.
Regular seeds are still very popular amongst the traditionalists of the world, also for medical marijuana. Unfortunately with some strains using auto flowering or feminising genetics can alter the genetic makeup and weaken the strain. This is why many banks prefer to use regular seeds for the medicinal stuff to make sure that it is as potent and as effective as it can possibly be. Not to mention breeding. For those who wish to breed, with relative ease, then regular seeds are certainly the way to go. Since they supply a roughly even split of males and females breeding is a snap, unlike with feminised seeds where it can be a bit of a task. This also means that people are at liberty to choose the male and the female to be their parent plants. As seeds will usually take on the best traits of each parent this is a wonderful way to control quality and wean out genetic weakness.
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.