Choosing seeds/genes

When it comes to growing cannabis, there are several types of seeds available. Choosing the right seeds is important to get the best results. Below are the different types of cannabis seeds and how to choose the best one for your needs.

  1. Feminized seeds Feminized seeds are seeds that are guaranteed to be female. This means you don't have to remove any male plants, saving time and space. Feminized seeds are also useful if you have limited space, as you don't have to wait for the plants to have their gender identity.

  2. Autoflowering seeds Autoflowering seeds are seeds that automatically start to flower after a certain period of time, regardless of the light cycle. These seeds are useful because they are less sensitive to light disturbances and take less time to flower. This makes autoflowering seeds ideal for beginners or growers short on time.

  3. Regular Seeds Regular seeds are seeds that can produce both male and female plants. This means identifying and removing male plants to prevent pollination. Regular seeds are often used by experienced growers who want to grow their own seeds.

  4. CBD-rich seeds CBD-rich seeds are seeds that contain a high content of cannabidiol (CBD) and a low content of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). These seeds are often used by medicinal users who want to experience the benefits of CBD without the psychoactive effects of THC.

  5. Sativa, Indica and hybrid seeds Sativa, Indica and hybrid seeds are seeds that have different properties. Sativa seeds are often taller and have a more energetic effect, while Indica seeds are often shorter and wider and have a relaxing effect. Hybrid seeds are a mix of Sativa and Indica and have properties of both. Choose the seeds that best suit your preferences and needs.

  6. The Genes: The genetics of the cannabis seeds play an important role in determining the final characteristics of the plants. Understanding the genes will help you determine which strains are best suited to your specific needs and preferences.

    Cannabis seeds are generally divided into three main types: sativa, indica and hybrids. Sativa seeds generally produce plants that are tall and slender, with an uplifting and energizing effect. Indica seeds, on the other hand, produce shorter and denser plants, with a more relaxing and physical effect. Hybrids combine traits of both strains and are therefore often the most popular choice among growers.

    In addition to these main strains, there are other factors to consider when choosing cannabis seeds, such as flowering time, yield, taste and potency. It is important to remember that each plant may respond differently to different conditions and genetics are only one factor in determining the plant's final characteristics.

    If you are new to growing cannabis, it is recommended that you start with a hybrid strain that is suitable for beginners. This way you can experiment with different types and find out which ones work best for your needs. By choosing the right seeds and understanding the genetics of the plants, you can ultimately grow cannabis that suits your unique tastes and preferences.

Choose the best seeds for your needs by considering how much space and time you have, whether you intend to use it medicinally or recreationally, and what kind of effects you are looking for. With the right seeds, you will be able to get the best cannabis harvest.


Choosing the right type of cannabis seeds can make a big difference in the final yield and quality of your cannabis plants. It is important to consider which strain best suits your growing conditions, personal preferences and intended use of the cannabis. Whether you are looking for a high yield, a specific taste or medicinal properties, there is a cannabis seed to suit your needs. By taking into account the information presented in this blog and doing your own research, you can make the right choice and grow the best cannabis possible.

Note: Growing cannabis may be illegal in your country or region. Make sure you are aware of the laws and regulations before you start growing. The information in this blog is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice. Always comply with applicable laws and regulations and contact local authorities if you have any questions.