The Sinsemilla cultivation technique
Sinsemilla is a type of growing marijuana in which only female plants can flower. This is done so that male plants do not have the opportunity to fertilize females. This is done because many growers don't want seeds in their plants at all, although there are always exceptions.
It is strongly recommended to keep male pollen as far away as possible unless there is a specific purpose to fertilize the plants. If the plants came into contact with the male pollen they would be fertilized and all the work would be lost.
In general, it is highly desirable to have unpollinated female plants, because more energy is devoted to producing cannabinoids and valuable buds for the grower, rather than being spent on sexually reproducing organs and seeds.
Unpollinated plants will have more sugar, THC and much denser and more odorous flowers. This is ideal, especially for medicinal purposes, where efficacy is very important for all patients requiring the active ingredient.
All information contained is for informational and educational purposes only. We urge all users not to make any practical use of this information in connection with cannabis seeds. In fact, let us remember that:
In Italy the cultivation of cannabis seeds is prohibited (Art. 28 and 73 of Presidential Decree 309/90) if you do not have a specific authorization (Art. 17 Presidential Decree 309/90)
Therefore, cannabis seeds may be used exclusively for collecting purposes and for genetic preservation and are marketed with the reservation that they are not used by third parties in conflict with the law. Cannabis seeds are excluded from Presidential Decree 309/90, which means that they are not to be considered narcotic substances (L. 412 of 1974, Art. 1, Paragraph 1, Letter B; New York single convention on narcotics of 1961 and table 1 Ministry of Health decree 11 April 2006).