Seeds That Look Like Weed Seeds

Different types of cannabis seeds There are different types of cannabis seeds available to the cannabis grower: regular, feminized and auto-flower. The following is a brief explanation of each as the title says I'm wondering what seeds you could mix a few cannabis seeds into. This is strictly for shipping purposes. Does anyone know of any other seeds that look similar to cannabis seeds? Help please

Different types of cannabis seeds

There are different types of cannabis seeds available to the cannabis grower: regular, feminized and auto-flower. The following is a brief explanation of each type so you can determine what is best for your garden.

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Regular Seeds

Regular seeds are produced by crossing a male plant with a female plant and can come in either male or female.

With regular seeds, the ratio of male-to-female plants is unknown until flowering starts and the plants present their sex. While female plants produce the desired flower, regular seeds offer growers the opportunity to experience the full expression of that strain’s genetic lineage.

Feminized Seeds

Feminized seeds grow into female plants that produce the desired flower or bud.

Feminized seeds are produced when a female plant produces male flowers. This is caused by introducing light at set times during the dark hours of flowering, or by spraying the flower sites of a female plant with Colloidal Silver to produce a chemical change in the plant that produces male flowers with pollen.

Pollen from “male” flowers are used to pollinate other female flowers, and because the pollen from the “male” flowers is originally from a plant that is technically female, all of the offspring produced should be female.

Auto-flower Seeds

If you are new to growing cannabis, auto-flower seeds may be right for you. Plants will flower when they reach a certain maturity, usually ten weeks from seed, as opposed to flowering in accordance with the daily light schedules.

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Auto-flower strains are crosses of modern day strains with Cannabis Ruderalis strains. Cannabis Ruderalis is the 3rd subtype of cannabis, the other two being Indica and Sativa. Cannabis Ruderalis is typically found closer to the North and South Pole, and have a very different lifespan compared to strains originating closer to the Equator.

Due to the lack of sunlight for extended periods of time at both the North and South Pole, Cannabis Ruderalis strains have developed to the point where no matter how much light is present, they will finish out their life cycle.

Any seeds that resemble cannabis seeds?

as the title says I’m wondering what seeds you could mix a few cannabis seeds into. This is strictly for shipping purposes.

robert 14617
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crazymanny00
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Scrotie Mcboogerballs
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robert 14617
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Grape seeds.you knoe those slimy one that the skin slides off the grape.my dad called them snot grapes.and ya they look EXACTLY the same.hope helps my freinds

T macc
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thank you all for the replies. I’ll definetly consider those. exept hemp seeds. that’s too perfect of a match lol.

T macc
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lokie
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if the folks on the other end can tell a difference enough to pick out
the real seeds then it stands that someone inspecting, if intercepted, will also know.

polyarcturus
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if the folks on the other end can tell a difference enough to pick out
the real seeds then it stands that someone inspecting, if intercepted, will also know.

Amateur.Grower
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Just ship it fedex and don’t worry. I’ve had some bud sent to me from cali years ago with no problems. Fedex overnight is where it’s at.

Jogro
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I think if you’d compare them side by side, you wouldn’t think so.

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I grow these all the time. Coriander (aka cilantro) seeds are super light in both weight and color, and have wrinkled surfaces. They also are used all by themselves as a spice and have a very distinctive smell.

They’re not a perfect match, but Okra seeds are probably a bit closer to SMALL cannabis seeds in terms of overall size, shape, and weight, though they are typically fairly dark in color, nearly black.

polyarcturus
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I think if you’d compare them side by side, you wouldn’t think so.

I grow these all the time. Coriander (aka cilantro) seeds are super light in both weight and color, and have wrinkled surfaces. They also are used all by themselves as a spice and have a very distinctive smell.

They’re not a perfect match, but Okra seeds are probably a bit closer to SMALL cannabis seeds in terms of overall size, shape, and weight, though they are typically fairly dark in color, nearly black.

Seeds that look like Cannabis seeds?

Does anyone know of any other seeds that look similar to cannabis seeds?

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TaoWolf
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KuLong
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I don’t know the answer but I am now curious what seeds are a perfect resemblance.

Be nice to have some non-marijuana seeds laying around just in case someone is poking around.

PappaBear
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Does anyone know of any other seeds that look similar to cannabis seeds?

Hemp seeds, they are for production use. Very cheap and are the real thing. Can be mailed to your doorstep and actually will grow flowers.
It would produce dirty mexican brown brown though.

I do not condone gettin folks, but if you do, send me 20% via the paypal. Haha

Mattdog
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its not to rip people off guys and gals. Its to disguise them jeesh. I am being honest hear, although there is no real way for you to realize that by me just typing it to you all.

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PappaBear
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Mattdog
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lol, thanks for the idea pappa bear but I dont need help in disguising the seeds in normal objects, I need help with disguising the seeds among other seeds. So once again does anyone know any seeds that resemble the appearance of mj seeds?

TaoWolf
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Sending you a PM (and to KuLong) – just keeping it on the down low since it’s good for discrete shipping.

kingajaffar
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DragonScaleZ
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Sending you a PM (and to KuLong) – just keeping it on the down low since it’s good for discrete shipping.

RoDDin
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Hi, I’m from Malaysia. I’ve grown seeds which I’ve obtained from amsterdam but now my plants are out and would like to try n order from the U.S. any suggestions?

Christopher Declan
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Hi, I’m from Malaysia. I’ve grown seeds which I’ve obtained from amsterdam but now my plants are out and would like to try n order from the U.S. any suggestions?

Lizardking802
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Lupin, brother. Lupin looks almost identical. I love both plants and it’s hard to tell the difference seed wise. I don’t know why people have to be so literal on here.

70’s natureboy
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Lupin, brother. Lupin looks almost identical. I love both plants and it’s hard to tell the difference seed wise. I don’t know why people have to be so literal on here.

I have been wondering about that for years. The squirrels filled my car with pot seed look -alikes one year and I couldn’t figure out where they got so many. They must have been lupins. I planted some on my dogs grave but nothing grew.

xtsho
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Lupinus, commonly known as lupin or lupine seeds while similar in appearance are easily identified as not being cannabis.