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What Is Feminized Hemp Seed?

Feminized hemp seeds refer to seeds that have been pollinated from female hemp plants that have been induced into producing pollen. Since the hemp plants chosen for creating the seeds are female, the pollen created on these plants will carry almost all X chromosomes and the seeds resulting from pollination will yield female plants at around at 99% rate. These feminized seeds will carry a double XX chromosome instead of the standard XY split that results from traditional pollination from a male plant. 

Our Genetics

Abacus 2.0

Abacus Early Bird 2.0

Abacus Early Bird

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OG x Purple Urkle x Hemp. Our Abacus 2.0™ is one of the most desirable smokable hemp cultivars on the market. After years of genotype selecting, Abacus 2.0™ feminized hemp seed is finally available. 

Abacus Early Bird

Abacus Early Bird 2.0

Abacus Early Bird

Abacus Early Bird

We recommend our proprietary Abacus Early Bird™ feminized hemp seed for our large-scale agricultural hemp farmers. If you are looking for a fast-growing, large flower-producing cultivar to harvest early, Abacus Early Bird™ is for you 

Abacus Early Bird 2.0

Abacus Early Bird 2.0

Abacus Early Bird 2.0

Abacus Early Bird 2.0

 This proprietary cultivar is our Abacus Early Bird™ back crossed into our Abacus 2.0™. Bred to provide the stable and unique terpene profile of the Abacus 2.0™ combined with the vigorous growth of the Abacus Early Bird™. 

Cherry Abacus

Cherry Abacus 2.0

Abacus Early Bird 2.0

Cherry Abacus

 Original Cherry crossed with our own Abacus™ that we bred in 2016. Out of 2000+ plants we selected two genotypes with the best terpene profile and continued to breed these together to stabilize the cultivar. Imagine the strong Cherry essence combined with the wild berry smell of the Abacus™ 

Cherry Abacus 2.0

Cherry Abacus 2.0

Cherry Abacus 2.0

Cherry Abacus 2.0

 A back cross of our very desirable Cherry Abacus™ into our Abacus 2.0™ to stabilize the terpene profile of the Cherry Abacus™ while maintaining the amazing smell of the Abacus 2.0™. Our Cherry Abacus 2.0™ was developed for smokable products and full spectrum extracts. 

Why Use Feminized Hemp Seeds ?

Hemp cultivation is a considerable investment. In addition to the upfront costs like tools, supplies, and labor, farmers must also purchase the seeds to get started. It would be less profitable investment to toss half the crop or risk reduced product quality. However, by growing with only feminized hemp seeds, farmers can:  


  • Save time and money.
  • Use space more efficiently.
  • Reduce labor costs (i.e. no de-seeding process)
  • Maintain full control of the plants’ genotype.
  • Improve over-all value to benefit themselves, their distributors, and their stakeholders.


The most successful hemp CBD farms take special care to cultivate only the finest female hemp plants. They do this by purchasing quality feminized hemp seeds such as those offered by HempSeedFlorida.  Our seeds come from only premium hemp genetics and regularly test well below the minimum .3 percent THC threshold.

How is Feminized Hemp Seed Created ?

Thanks to advanced seed-breeding techniques, there is no need for growers to cultivate male plants only to toss them later. Instead, they can buy quality feminized hemp seeds from a reputable hemp seed distributor to save time and money and witness a significant return on their hemp seed investment.


Every seed would have an equal opportunity to become either male or female. However, thanks to advances in cannabis seed production, breeders can now manipulate mature female plants into producing seeds without any males at all. The seeds produced through this process contain no male chromosomes and therefore produce no male plants.


The practice of creating female-only seeds is called masculinization. This process uses specialized solutions of colloidal silver or silver thiosulphate to stress the female into producing seeds. After treating plants with either of these solutions, the plants, themselves, are no longer fit for consumption.


To purchase certified feminized hemp seeds follow the link below.