Jan 3, 2019 10:30 AM

How To Recognize Quality Marijuana Seeds

Quality marijuana seeds

Being able to distinguish between a dud and a potential winner can make growing marijuana that much easier. It’s also important to be able to judge seed quality because you can end up with an entire batch of unusable seeds.

There are many potential reasons for this, but, in large part, it stems from marijuana’s illegality and the difficulty getting the seeds shipped to the U.S. Many of the seeds you’ll get your hands on have been processed and packaged hastily and then probably mishandled during shipment.

If you want to be sure to get high quality seeds you should get them from an online seedbank. Ilovegrowingmarijuana.com ships high quality feminized seeds to the US and CA and germination is guaranteed. If you use the instructions that comes with every order and some seeds don’t germinate you get new ones for free. Orders always arrive due to ingenius stealth packaging. Want to know more about growing marijuana? Get a free guide about growing marijuana at this link here.

Getting your seeds from black market dealers is potentially hazardous. The dealers might not have any idea where the seeds actually came from, or they might know they came from shady backgrounds. For the most part, when large commercial growers are harvesting, they don’t really care whether or not the seeds have been allowed to stay inside the female plant and mature fully. Their main goal is to get the weed pulled, dried, and out to the customer as quickly as possible. In fact, it’s not in their best interest to be selling seeds to prospective growers because then it reduces the amount of money you’ll spend with them.

Unfortunately, this is true whether you bought the marijuana seeds from the dealer down the street or the overseas company online. But, knowing which seeds will actually sprout and which ones will just lie permanently dormant can help you increase the rate at which you see sprouts. It is, in fact, rare for more than one third of the seeds to produce a sprout. This is an astronomically low number, but if you can throw out duds from the get-go, you can certainly improve those odds.

For the most part, you’re going to want to use mature seeds. These seeds are usually easy to spot because they will be dark brown with a swirl of different, slightly lighter stripes. Seeds that are white or light green are not ready to be planted and will never be. These seeds indicate plants that were harvested far too early. There’s no harm in trying to get them to sprout, but the likelihood is almost nil. For the mature seeds, you’re going to want to pay special attention to the rounder, fatter ones of the group. Those will have the greatest chance of sprouting and giving you a good yield at harvest time.

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