Sweet Seeds is a relatively modern brand which focuses on cross-breeding their plants to create the finest strains of marijuana on the market.
Their seeds are all put through an intense screening process before they are allowed onto the market, they are only sold if they have a 95% yield or higher. This level of quality control is vital if a brand wants to provide the right level of customer service in this very competitive market.
Their seeds are all grown in the perfect environment for them of low humidity and heat; this means that the seeds will be the best that they can possibly be. The seeds must be treated well if they are to be of a high quality. They do focus primarily on producing feminised and auto flowering seeds but they do boast having something for everyone which means that they also produce regular seeds.
Regular seeds are still used worldwide by the more traditional growers. These seeds produce a roughly 50/50 split of male and female plants. It is true that many people do not much care for the male plants since they do not use them, but for others they are quite necessary.
Many people have used regular seeds in attempts to reintroduce marijuana into its natural habitat where it can thrive and reproduce on its own, for this the male plants are completely essential. They are far more robust and independent than most genetically altered seeds and can survive on their own as long as they are planted in the correct environment.
They can also be used for selective breeding. The fertilization can be controlled so that only the finest male and female plants are allowed to reproduce giving complete control over the future of the crop whilst also removing any genetic weaknesses. Many prefer having this power as the seeds will usually only inherit the best genes from each parent plant.
To many people regular seeds are still extremely useful and indeed preferable to the user-friendly alternatives.
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.