Using seeds from your own plant?

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by DrFeelgood, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. Even as I am typing, I feel like I already know the answer to this absurd question, but here goes:

    Suppose one is growing. Can the seeds obtained from the harvest be used to grow that same plant? I don't see why they couldn't, but will the plant that grows from the seed be any different (gender aside)? Any worse/better?

    Do males and females produce different types of seeds? Is it true that female plants only produce female seeds?

    Thanks a bunch.
     
  2. Thats crazy. Cause i was wondering this same thing. I just got this kronix ass dro. And i had seeds. i planted them they sprouted and im waiting to find out. But this is somehting i would like to know as well. good question drfeelgood.:)
     
  3. See, you say that you took the seeds from what I assume you bought. I automatically assumed that seeds from purchased weed become inactivated from the drying process. If it's possible to just use the seeds from whatever you've bought, then that'd be even better, 'cause all this time I've either been throwing the seeds away or using them to make pot butter.
     
  4. Ya i got the seeds from the bud i bought. But thats weird tho cause this weed was wet. liikke they didnt finish drying it. It was like some home grown dro. You know like they fucked up got some seeds in it. I dont know im very new to this myself. Just thought it would be good for the brain!!!:D
     
  5. No they don´t !! Read my link below on setting your own seed.
     

  6. So how far along is the seedling now?
    Yesterday I went through my stash and picked out a good 10 seeds. I'm thinking of trying to get one to sprout when it gets warmer.
     
  7. Females produce real seeds, males produce imaginary seeds.

    Only females produce seeds, which have a 50/50 chance on being female. Males pollinate females, which is how you get seeds. Raise a female without a male around and you get sensimilla, seedless bud.
     

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