How to Feminize Seeds with Aspirin When a grower is planning on growing female plants, they must think about some special things for getting the best results. Among these special considerations, growers need allowing their plants to get into the correct physical condition that will be favorable for producing flowers and buds.
Three Times the Normal Amount of Aspirin
The first step in making aspirin solution is to dissolve three grams of aspirin into five milliliters of water. You want to use three times the normal number of aspirin because it will help increase the concentration of estrogen in the solution and make it more effective at feminizing the seeds.
Add a Little Water
After you have dissolved three grams of aspirin into five milliliters of water, add another five milliliters of water to create a 10-milliliter solution. This will help keep the seeds suspended in the solution while they’re soaking so they aren’t damaged by lying on top of each other.
- Place three aspirin in the center of a small square of aluminum foil.
- Fold the foil so that it is completely sealed and there are no gaps for air to enter or exit.
- Put the foil packet in a water-filled bowl and place it on a countertop or table where it will not be disturbed or knocked over.
- Leave the packet in place for 24 hours, then take it out of the water and dry off any moisture that may have gathered on it during the process (this will help prevent mold).
- Open the packet and check to see if there is any white powder left inside; if there is, return it to its foil pouch, reseal it with more foil, and place back in water for another 12 hours before opening again to check for residual powder again
What Are Feminized Seeds?
Feminized seeds are a special type of cannabis seed, which will only produce female plants. This is very useful if you don’t want to have male plants pollinate your female plants and create seeds. Since all the plants in this grow are female, they can be made into medicine or consumed directly by the patient.
How do you make feminized seeds?
Aspirin is one of the most common ways to make feminized seeds. To do this, you simply place your regular marijuana seeds in an aspirin bottle with just enough water to cover them. Then put the lid on tightly and shake vigorously for about 20 minutes. The aspirin will help dissolve some of the outer coating off of each individual seed so that there are no longer any male chromosomes present. What you end up with after shaking is a batch of female seeds that should produce all female plants when grown under proper conditions.
Finding The Right Method.
The easiest way to feminize seeds is to use a chemical called colloidal silver. It’s a supplement that you can buy at any health store, but it can also be toxic if used improperly. Because of this, it’s important that you know what you’re doing before using this method on your cannabis seeds.
The first step is making sure that your seeds are healthy and ready for treatment. If they are not, then they will just die off and rot before they even get started growing. For example, if you have seeds that were harvested too late or too early in their growth cycle, they won’t grow properly because they aren’t mature enough yet. You need to make sure that both of these conditions are met before attempting this method of feminization with aspirin.
Gibberellic acid is a plant growth regulator that causes the plant to produce female flowers. It’s available at most gardening stores and has been used by growers for years. Gibberellic acid is a powder that needs to be dissolved in water before use. The amount of gibberellic acid you need depends on your strain. Some strains can handle more than others, so start with less and add more if necessary.
Colloidal silver is made from electrically charged particles suspended in water, so it can be used as a disinfectant or even an antibiotic. It’s also used by some growers as an alternative to gibberellic acid because it doesn’t have the same harsh effects on the plant’s health as gibberellin does.
Separate Seeds from Other Plants AndPollen
Seeds are the most common product of pollination, but they’re not the only thing that can be produced. Other plants produce pollen as well, which is what fertilizes the flower’s ovary and produces seeds. Separating seeds from pollen is not difficult.
Separate Seeds from Other Plants and Pollen
Remove any other plants or pollen from the seed you wish to feminize. You may need to wash it with water to remove any other plant matter that may be stuck to it.
Place the seed in a bowl of cool water and leave overnight. The next day, check to see if your seed has floated or sunk; if it sank, it is still viable and can be used for feminization. If it floated, throw it away and try again with another seed.
Buds For Your Buds
Buds are the flowers of the marijuana plant. They look like little balls with tiny hairs, and when you shake them, they produce a rattling sound. The bud is where most of the THC (and other active ingredients) are located.
Why feminizes seeds?
Feminized seeds are produced from female plants that have been bred to ensure that all their offspring will also be female. This means that you can be sure that all your plants will grow into buds and not seeds!
How do you feminize seeds?
It’s not easy to make a female plant produce male flowers that can be used to pollinate another plant. The process involves using a chemical called colchicine, which interferes with cell division and causes male cells to form in place of female ones. The resulting seedling will contain both male and female parts, but it won’t survive long enough to flower because it has no pistils (the female part).
So, now that you know how easy it is to feminize your cannabis seeds with aspirin, do you think you’re up for the challenge? It’s very simple in theory, so why not give it a try and share your results in the comments below? This method is cheap, effective and might just revolutionize your grow room.