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Healthy cannabis seeds should not crack when applying pressure (for example, when pinching them between fingers). A healthy seed should have a hard outer shell, while an unhealthy grain is softer and less durable.
Of course, those who wish to grow their own cannabis must ensure they grow from mature cannabis seeds. But how can one know when seeds are mature? And how will they know that they are high-quality, viable seeds? Today, we’ll discuss a few tricks to help you understand how to know when cannabis seeds are mature and ready to germinate. .
Please note: only conduct a float test when planting soon because seeds will absorb the water to trigger germination. If you do not plant seeds promptly after conducting a float test, they risk mold or decay, which is a terrible waste of perfectly good cannabis seeds.
Those who seek to develop flowering cannabis seeds should grow regular or autoflowering strains. When a female becomes pollinated, the plants produce seeds that are then used to produce oil, grain, or viable cannabis seeds.
Conversely, feminized seeds that yield only female plants. When growing exclusively female plants, there is no risk of pollination which means the female plants can produce more cannabinoids and no seeds. A common term for premium, seedless cannabis is sensimilla.
How to Know When Cannabis Seeds are Mature
Generally, the darker the color of the seed, the healthier it is. Healthy mature seeds are usually black, brown, or tan. Some have dark spots and stripes. Also, when held to the light, they have a healthy wax-like sheen. On the other hand, unhealthy seeds have lighter colors like white, yellow, and pale green.