Unfortunately, we no longer stock AFROPIPS, this section has been left for reference purposes only.
Afropips seeds come in many different shapes and sizes and, to cater to the traditionalists amongst you, they also supply regular seeds. They are perfect for the seed collector who prefers to keep things nice and simple but with a little twist of excitement thrown in. Afropips is a brand well known for dabbling in a little cross breeding, pulling together two lovely individual strains and breeding them to create something that reaches another level. The baby plant will usually inherit the best strains from each parent plant so when you combine the best African strains, as Afropips has, you are bound to end up with something very special.
Regular seeds will produce both male and female plants with usually a roughly even split although sometimes it can waver and more females than males may be produced. This is perfect for someone planning on owning your very own seeds rather than purchasing more. The male plant is used to pollinate the female, creating seeds which means that you can maintain and possibly even improve the quality and individual traits of your seeds.
Regular seeds, although not quite as user friendly as other genetically altered strains, can be very effective if you have the correct equipment and are at least semi experienced. They are also rather hard wearing as shown in the fact that they have been used previously in attempts to re-introduce cannabis to the wild. This shows that regular seeds can look after themselves and are a bit tougher than your genetically altered seeds.
Something special, uncomplicated and hardy for the traditionalist but with a little spice thrown in for the more adventurous.
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.
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