Soma Seeds is one of the nicest seed companies that I have ever come across. Started up in the early 70s by a gentleman named Soma it is one of the most laid back and friendly brands that you could deal with. Soma is all about being green and growing organically, in fact that was what started him growing his own cannabis. He believes he should be able to have a source of food, clothing, paper, and medicine readily available without being chastised. I completely agree.
The website has a very personal touch that shows just how much he cares about what the customer gets out of his product. There is a strain guide to help you find the perfect strain to suit you as an individual as well as a rather fun best strains list. This list contains the best strains for different desired effects. For example it lists which strain is best for socializing, for being creative, for adventuring, for relaxing, and for feeling a bit sexy. I think that this is a delightful personal touch that really sets Soma Seeds apart.
There is also an easily accessible list of awards won by Soma Seeds proving that he also supplies the quality to support his calm and happy attitude. All he wants to do is make the world a greener place.
The Soma Seeds come in all shapes and sizes including the rather popular feminised seed.
Feminised seeds have absolutely taken off on the modern market as a result of their very special genetic trait, they only produce female plants. Many people find that they have no need for the male plant and so growing them is a waste of time, energy, and resources that could be better used on more females. Only growing female plants means that they no longer have to deal with this issue and can grow far more efficiently. 'But how will I breed my own seeds?' I hear the public cry. Well female plants can, if correctly hassled, produce a small number of male flowers containing the necessary baby making ingredients. Thus it is possible to fertilise the other females without involving male plants. It is true that this is trickier but the resulting seeds tend to do better on the potency and uniformity front than the spawn of regular seeds.
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.