Mr Nice Seedbanks is a brand that was started up in the 1990s by two men named Shandibaba and Howard Marks, aka Mr Nice, whose main mission was to maintain the older seeds that are still very popular worldwide, they ensure that their genetic structures are kept from being lost to the market. They also work with medical grade marijuana, making sure that they contain the necessary cannabinoids to provide the effective relief that their customers need. These seeds come in many forms one of which is the regular seed.
Regular seeds are used by old school growers who prefer to stay away from genetically altered seeds. Regular seeds produce a roughly equal percentage of male and female plants. These are the types of plants that people will occasionally attempt to reintroduce cannabis into the wild since they are so robust and can pollinate and create more seeds. There is no way to tell whether a seed will become a male or a female until they have grown and flowered, then you can tell the difference by the flowers which they produce.
Many prefer to use regular seeds because it gives them total control over their plants. It is possibly to breed the plants selectively since there will be many males and females. The best of each gender can be selected as parent plants and then the seeds will take the best traits from each parent. To many this is preferable to trusting others with their future crops.
Regular seeds are often just as potent but considerably less expensive than the genetically altered user-friendly seeds.
Mr Nice Seedbank has won a whole host of awards for their varying strains and seeds, they have both had considerably more experience than most breeders that you will come across, and they certainly know what they are doing when it comes to producing quality seeds at reasonable prices.
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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