Semi Automatici di Cannabis CBD hanno un contenuto di thc solitamente tra il 0.1% e 0.3%. Completano il ciclo entro 8-9 settimane, indipendentemente dalle ore di luce . Ottime nelle coltivazioni da esterno.


Cannabis seeds with high CBD content never below 15% these seeds regulate the life cycle based on the photo period, they are perfect for the production of Cuttings. The THC of these genetics is usually 0.3% to 1%.

Cannabis Light Feminized CBD Seeds with very low THC content, our new line of photoperiod or automatic feminized seeds are able to guarantee quality levels only dreamed of in most legal cannabis strains. The active ingredient of CBD varies from 12% up to 23% for some cultivation techniques, the thc level is never stable above 0.4%.

The cbd feminized seeds guarantee a stable genetic line close to 95%, moreover there will be no more need to proceed with the unmasking of the crop since these seeds produce only female plants.


Feminized CBD cannabis seeds fall into two broad categories, which are in demand and purchased by most of the world’s growers. These two categories we are talking about are Photoperiod plants and Autoflowering plants. Nowadays, regular seeds, i.e. those that have a 50% chance of being born a female and a 50% chance of being born a boy, are not in demand by growers. In particular, farmers prefer to buy feminized seeds precisely to have the guarantee of generating female plants with the purpose of producing the inflorescences. Regular seeds are only bought if you want to produce seeds.


Photoperiod cannabis seeds once grown into plants are easy to “manipulate” and there can be both positive and negative factors. Assuming intentional manipulation, photoperiod strains can grow taller and produce higher yields compared to autoflowering genetics. As long as the photoperiod plant develops a structure suitable for the production of full-bodied buds, it is possible to keep it in a prolonged vegetative period. The entire growth cycle of the plant from seed to maturity is longer than that of autoflowering varieties. Therefore, outdoor growers need to plan their time carefully. If your living environment is not the most suitable climate for growing cannabis, you need to start planting at the right time to prevent the plants from being killed by early frost or other adverse weather conditions after ripening.

Autoflowering plants are easier to grow, but photoperiod strains are better able to withstand the stresses that may arise during their cultivation. The growth rate of photoperiod plants can be controlled in a simple way: by changing the hours of light they receive during the day. If there are nutritional deficiencies or other problems during the growing season, you can postpone flowering until later, when the plant is better and has overcome the stress. If weak cannabis plants are allowed to bloom, yields may be low and the effectiveness of the buds will also suffer. More importantly, photoperiod strains can be cloned to provide nearly unlimited quantities of the same cannabis plant. If you find a very potent and fruitful strain, you can successfully replicate its characteristics over and over again.


Regardless of the photoperiod of light exposure, autoflowering strains will flower after about 2-4 weeks. Remember to choose a variety that suits your needs for the growing season, as this process cannot be changed. Auto strains are sure to go from germination to harvest in a very short period of time. Thanks to auto-flowering, these plants will be able to produce buds in just 2 or 3 months. Autoflowering plants are unaffected by the light cycle, so they keep much shorter than photoperiod strains. The small size can result in slightly lower yields. However, despite this, autoflowering strains have become more effective. In terms of yield and THC content, it is not uncommon for autoflowering plants to compete with photoperiods. In addition, the small size of autoflowering plants is often advantageous for indoor growers, who will definitely want to protect the plants from nosy neighbors.

Finally, we want to point out that these plants are much more sensitive to stress during cultivation. In fact, it is not possible to prolong the vegetative growth phase to solve any plant problems. So if a very stressed plant comes into bloom, the yields will suffer especially!

Our cannabis seeds all have a thc percentage between 0.1% and 0.6%. Under the legal limit set by current legislation, it is always legal to grow seeds with a low THC content.

How much cannabis can i get from a plant?

This is one of the first questions a cultivator asks himself, the answer to this question is impossible to give. There are so many factors that regulate productivity, a feminized variety grown indoors using training techniques will yield as much as 500 grams per plant, while an autoflowering outdoors will yield up to 40 grams.

How soon can I start growing cannabis?

The best time to grow cannabis outdoors is undoubtedly May . The cannabis photo periodic will start flowering towards the middle of August and it will be possible to harvest around the middle of September (depending on the variety). autoflowering cannabis can always be planted from April to August (depending on temperatures)

Where can I buy THC-free seeds?

In our catalog we offer over 23 cannabis strains with a thc content between 0.1% and 1% . We can choose the ones that best suit us and the current legislation in terms of CBD cultivation .

What is the difference between automatic and feminized seeds?

Cannabis automatic seeds bloom in a set time regardless of the hours of light , we can maximize by giving them even 20 hours of light during the day. On the other hand, the feminized cannabis or photo period varieties will remain in perennial vegetative with 18 hours of light to trigger flowering it will be necessary to give them a maximum of 12 hours a day.