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Here is a video of Bjorn and Stephen discussing what you should be looking for in a cannabis seed:



Why start from seed?

Seeds have taproot where clones do not, therefore they will create a better root system than a clone. You also have more variety with selecting seeds from a seed bank with multiple breeders. Clones are not readily available for most areas and are often more limited in strains, which make seeds an optimal choice for growing. 


A clone will save you some time if you put it right into flower, but you won’t have the advantage of starting in a Grobo with max light spectrum. This means it may have large spaces between internodes, preventing you from maximizing your Grobo yield. 

Can I grow from a clone or cutting?



What does a good seed look like?

Mature Seed - Dark 

Immature Seed - Light green, Beige

Always avoid cracked seeds. See pictures of good and bad seeds in this article: What is seed germination? How to pick a seed.


Different seed types

Regular seeds or bag seeds - 50/50 chance of male/female. 

Feminized seeds - Breeders ensure the seed will germinate a female plant, which is what we want!

Auto-flowering - Not dependent on specific lighting. Grobo has their auto recipes on a 18 hour of light, 6 hours of darkness schedule.


What seed should I pick!

A feminized Indica seed is optimal to begin in a Grobo. We recommend sticking to a photoperiod dependent seed. 


Check out our recommended seed companies:

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Feminized Indica seeds that are photoperiod dependent are awesome in a Grobo. Try out these strains:

  • Strawberry Kush: ILGM (Feminized, Indica dominant)
  • Chocolate Cream:Seedsman (Feminized, Indica dominant)
  • OG Kush:ILGM (Feminized, mostly Indica)
  • Grand Daddy Purple:ILGM (Feminized, Indica dominant)


Learn more about auto-flower and photoperiod seeds: 

Should I grow an auto-flowering or photoperiod-dependent seed?

What is the difference between photoperiod and auto-flowering recipes?


Have a seed without a recipe in the Grobo database?

We update recipes quarterly and have over 3000 currently! 

There is no recipe for the seeds I have



I'm ready to grow!


Step 1: Add Plant to Start Growing


Step 2: Pick a Recipe

Note: We have generic recipes available if you can't find your specific breeder and strain. Just search "generic" and the recipes will come up! 




Happy Growing!


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