weed gone to seed

Weed gone to seed

You might be tempted to jump right in and start growing your new seeds. Not so fast though, you’ve got to pick the right seeds.

This is part of the reason why people generally prefer to buy their seeds from a reputable seed seller, due to the fact that you are more likely to know what you’re getting.

EDITOR’S CHOICE – Homegrown CannabisCo

The other reason is…

#2 Seed Survivability – It Might Be Too Dry!

It does seem rather odd, considering the prolific nature of the marijuana leaf in stoner culture – we even have images stretching back thousands of years, documented in ancient texts, of the marijuana leaf.

Weed gone to seed

Cannabis Growth Timeline

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3. Vegetative Growth

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It can take anywhere from 4 to 8 months to grow a cannabis plant, this varies based on where you’re growing. If you have an indoor grow room, your plant has the ability to flower after only a few weeks!

Weed gone to seed

This seedy weed could mean that the grower didn’t properly identify the male plants. Most growers will remove these plants immediately to ensure that their female plants are not pollinated.

Why This Matters


Male Pollen Sac

Saving the Seeds

The term sinsemilla is derived from the Spanish words “sin” (meaning “without”) and “semilla” (meaning “seed”) to mean as stated, without seed. This word has been associated with seedless cannabis flower since the 1970’s in North America but there is some evidence of it dating back further to countries like India! To clear up a few myths; sinsemilla is NOT a strain or genetics. It’s a female cannabis plant that has not been exposed to male plants (aka not fertilized).