Every great marijuana plant always begins with a good seed, which means that genetics are the alpha and omega, the beginning and the end of everything. And when it comes to entering the rewarding world of self-cultivation, the secret of success lies in choosing a seed bank such as Kannabia Seed Company, which has a reputation for the great genetic diversity of cannabis in its catalogue, always prioritising quality and plant stability against other parameters.
Choosing a cannabis strain is ultimately a matter of balancing your individual needs, experience, and home-growing preferences. And in order to start off on the right foot, one of the most important decisions is choosing the right marijuana strain.
To make the selection process easier for you, we at Kannabia Seed Company offer a range of seeds that have been carefully selected for their medicinal and recreational properties. We also consider other factors such as yield, stress tolerance, flowering times and more. So, when you’re ready to buy cannabis seeds online, be aware that our range of options is practically second to none.
Quality marijuana seeds at the best price
Some varieties of marijuana can be more difficult to grow than others. Some are more delicate and need extra attention; others may be more prone to disease or mould, while others are hardy and can better withstand lack of irrigation. In addition, certain strains have adapted to specific climates by evolution.
In Kannabia Seed Company’s catalogue, we’ve taken all these factors into account to offer you a selection of seeds for all types of users – beginners looking for simple genetics to start with, and the more experienced who expect a reliable variety with which they’ll always succeed.
And it’s thanks to many years of experience in breeding cannabis and many hours of work stabilising genetics and adapting them to the needs of home growers that we at Kannabia Seed Company can offer totally reliable marijuana varieties that delight our customers. And always with a quality / price ratio that’s unbeatable.
Classic and modern marijuana seeds
We at Kannabia are also specialists in bringing the latest trends in the world of cannabis to home growers’ gardens; this is especially thanks to our selection of North American varieties, which offer the best of the genetic heritage that is fashionable on the current market, with the flavours and potencies that are most successful on the other side of the Atlantic.
But we also know the importance of old school genetics, the most famous hybrids that are worshipped thanks to all the benefits that anyone could wish for in a marijuana plant; these varieties are so complete that they’ve already achieved classics status, and they’ve convinced the public and critics alike with different prizes in cups and competitions around the world.
Professional service and customer care
At Kannabia Seed Company, we’re aware of the importance of treating our customers with professionalism and intimacy: this is thanks to our customer service department who will answer your questions effectively, a fast, discreet shipping system that will avoid any logistical problems, and an after-sales service always ready to remedy any issues that might arise on receiving the seeds.
Furthermore, you can find all the information to optimise the development of the varieties on our website, both in the product sheets that accompany each strain, in our blog, and on social networks where we’ll be delighted to help you by answering the most common questions about our seeds.
What types of seeds are there in the Kannabia catalogue?
When growers plan to buy marijuana seeds, their choice is usually based on two basic categories – feminised and autoflowering seeds. Each type of seed produces plants which differ in terms of growth, size and yield, and some are more popular than others depending on their specific circumstances.
Feminised marijuana seeds: these are also known as photoperiodic because they depend on changes in the light cycle for flowering to begin. They’re designed to eliminate the possibility of producing male plants completely, resulting in plants that are all genetically female. This means that growers no longer need to discard males that can accidentally pollinate flowers.
Autoflowering marijuana seeds: this kind stems from the combination of ruderalis genetics with modern indica and sativa hybrids, which means they flower after about 3 or 4 weeks of vegetative growth regardless of the amount of light they receive. The autoflowering strains in the Kannabia catalogue are feminised in addition to the fact that they aren’t photoperiodic.
Marijuana seeds with cannabinoids: these are feminised or autoflowering seeds that have been selected for their high content of one of the cannabinoids most currently in demand on the cannabis market, such as CBD, CBG, THCV or CBDV.
Limited edition marijuana seeds: these are seeds that represent some of the brand values with which Kannabia Seed Company is aligned, produced in limited quantities, giving them an exclusive character that sets them apart from the usual seeds.
Which variety is the most productive?
You’ll get a great yield and good harvest of buds with a high percentage of THC and other cannabinoids with all Kannabia seeds. But as a rule, feminised seeds are more productive than autoflowering ones since the life cycle of the latter is shorter and they grow at a lower altitude.
The production and yield of each seed is specified in the corresponding variety’s file and always refers to optimal growing conditions; therefore, the variability in the number of buds will depend on your experience, the method of self-cultivation chosen and, above all, the environmental conditions in which the plants develop.
Which variety presents least problems and is most resistant?
Autoflowering varieties come from ruderalis genetics. Often considered a road-side weed, ruderalis originated in regions of Siberia where cannabis has adapted to cold weather and different lengths of day and night with minimal resources available. Due to the ruderalis species’ evolutionary adaptation to adverse conditions, these plants are stronger and more resistant. If you live in an area where the weather can change quite quickly, or you’re not too choosy about ideal growing conditions, autoflowering varieties are more tolerant.
Which variety is best for indoor self-cultivation?
All Kannabia genetics can be grown both indoors and outdoors, but there are some factors that need to be taken into account before choosing which seeds to plant indoors. Ideally, they should be short-flowering varieties because the earlier the flowering is, the less chance you’ll have of pests, fungi and other problems. In addition, you’ll be able to obtain more harvests in a shorter period. Plants should also be of a controllable size, not excessively stretched to prevent the shoots from reaching the lamps. And if possible, they shouldn’t smell too much to avoid arousing the curiosity of neighbours etc.
Which variety is best for outdoor self-cultivation?
The choice for outdoor cultivation depends largely on the environmental conditions of the location for self-cultivation. In humid areas with short summers, it’s advisable to choose fast-flowering varieties, thereby minimising the possibility of fungal problems on arrival of the first autumn rains.
If you live in a region where the good weather lasts a few months, your best option is autoflowering marijuana plants without any doubt: these varieties are ideal when the ‘outdoor’ season is really short as they don’t depend on the photoperiod and have a very short life cycle.
And if your crop is grown in a Mediterranean or warm climate… you’re in luck because this type of climate provides the ideal conditions for practically any type of variety.
The best Kannabia outdoor marijuana seeds are produced only after years of hard work, so the experience offered by our seed bank is a guarantee of success.
Which variety is recommended for beginners?
Feminised seeds don’t need to be sexed to identify and get rid of male plants, thereby saving time and resources. But you don’t have to worry about males or changing photoperiods with autoflowers as they flower automatically regardless of the number of hours of light received, enabling you to harvest plants 2-3 months after the seeds have sprouted. It’s as if they’re programmed to go through the different phases of development without you having to worry about directing them.
This makes them very attractive for novice growers looking to get results quickly. In addition, the chances of anything going wrong are also reduced with such a short lifespan. And as the plants are smaller and more discreet, they’re ideal for entering the world of self-cultivation on a small balcony or in a small closet.
How long do marijuana seeds last?
Cannabis seeds are living organisms since they have an embryo that can germinate and become a new plant, and they can die if you don’t take care of them properly. In general, always look for quality seeds such as those offered by reputable banks such as Kannabia: with optimal storage conditions, they can even be kept for up to 5 years after being produced and remain viable. If you provide decent storage conditions, you can expect the seeds to be good after a year or two with no problem.
Naturally, the longer you keep cannabis seeds, the lower the chances of successful germination. Storing them incorrectly also reduces these chances. So, store them properly and use them as quickly as possible to ensure the highest possible germination rate.
How are marijuana seeds preserved?
There are several factors to consider that can reduce the germination rates of marijuana seeds, such as light, heat, humidity, and oxygen levels. But as a rule of thumb, the most important thing to keep your seeds viable for as long as possible is to avoid is fluctuations in environmental conditions.
Thus, the seeds are best stored in a cool, dry, dark place, such as a fridge or cooler. Put them in one of the fruit and vegetable drawers where they’ll be less affected by the changes. And if there’s a desiccant in the container with the seeds, the different humidity levels won’t affect them either.
You can also store your seeds in a standard room: a seed packet kept in an airtight container in a drawer or cupboard in a dark spot in the house should also give you good germination rates.
If you normally germinate the seeds within a few weeks / months of purchase, you may not have to worry too much about how to store them. Just keep them in a cool dark place in their original Kannabia Seed Company container, which is already optimised to protect them and guarantees that you can enjoy our quality seeds without any setbacks.