Terminology for seeds

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Varieties that flower regardless of light cycles



Seeds that only carry female caryotypes, producing mostly female plants. Feminized seeds are produced by crossing two female plants.



The genetic makeup of a plant. A plant has a set of genes inherited from its parents that determine how the plant looks, smells and grows.



The chemical makeup of a plant. This includes primarily cannabinoids, but also other phytochemicals such as terpenes and flavonoids.



Non-feminized seeds. Regular seeds will produce male and female plants with approximately 1:1 ratios, but this might vary.



Lineage tells you which strains were used to breed a new strain.



Most cannabis plants are photoperiodic, meaning that they start flowering when they receive less than 12 hours of consecutive light per day.