Sensi Seeds

   Sensi Seeds is probably the...

Sensi Seeds is probably the largest provider of hemp seed worldwide and is the company that has set the standard for the rest of the industry for the last 30 years. They deliver uncompromising top quality. Their genetics can be traced back to most strains. To get the best, try the original! There is no other seed bank that has won more awards on various cannabis cups than Sensi Seeds. At Sensi Seeds, each cannabis seed is read by hand and checked for damage. Sensi Seeds was a pioneer in the breeding and development of cannabis genetic material. Sensi Seeds has developed some of the best and strongest hybrids in the world.

1. How did Sensi Seeds come about?

In the early 1970s, Ben opened a clothes shop in the Dutch city of Rotterdam, where he sold homemade clothing. A few years earlier, at the age of seventeen, he smoked his first joint. However, it was not until he started making regular trips to Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan to buy textiles that he noticed the versatility of the plant. He learned a lot about the suitability of hemp fibers and he bought or received cannabis and cannabis seeds from local farmers. It became one of his passions to collect cannabis seeds from Central and Southeast Asia and the Asian subcontinent. At home in the Netherlands, he began to cultivate these seeds to learn more about the growth process of this particular plant. At the beginning of the 1980s, the first examples of innovative, stabilized hybrids such as Haze and Skunk from the USA arrived in Europe. Ben was one of only three Dutch breeders to be granted access to these hybrids, which are considered to be an important blueprint for the development of European hybrids. In the late 1970s, Ben found out that cannabis seeds are not covered by the cannabis ban; It was just the plant that was banned and not the seeds. Since it was not illegal to sell seeds, Ben argued that the production process could not be illegal either. Thus, he opened his seed company in 1985, the Sensi Seed Club, also known as the Sensi Connoisseurs' Club.

2. Why was Sensi Seeds founded?
During the 60s, 70s and 80s, the genetics collected around the world were in the hands of fewer people. Ben Dronkers from Sensi Seeds was fortunate enough to be one of these people. This made it possible, with the help of his friends, to create the most complete cannabis gene bank. The Sensi Seeds Bank. Not only did he understand the value of developing new exciting crossbreeds, he also understood the importance of preserving this genetics for future generations. To this end, Sensi Seeds has made such incredible efforts to preserve this genetics for over 30 years.

3. What makes your seeds different?
What matters is that Sensi Seeds has remained true to its roots. Your search for cannabis genetics has never stopped in the last 30 years. Their commitment to genetic conservation has never diminished either. So not only does her genetics offer the high yield and range, but she is also part of the history of cannabis.

4. What are the most famous varieties of Sensi Seeds?
That's not easy to answer. In terms of sales, it's the Skunk # 1 and the Super Skunk. When it comes to awareness, it's hard to compete with Jack Herer.

5. What types of Sensi Seeds can we recommend?
That's for sure the Northern Lights the NL # 5 x Haze and the Jack Flash # 5. Of course we have their seeds on offer. With us you can buy cannabis seeds from Sensi Seeds any time from stock.

Self-flowering varieties are very important for outdoor growers. Normally, cannabis is grown outdoors, in the Northern Hemisphere from April, we harvested in about October after a 6-7 month life cycle. Some countries have too short a summer to do outdoor breeding. Breeders in these countries only have the opportunity to breed indoors or in the greenhouse, which is not always pleasant. Autoflowering cannabis seeds have changed this condition, even growers in Northern Scandinavia are now able to find a suitable 10-week growth window with an excellent result. In Mediterranean climates, 3 seeds per year are possible when using automatic seeds.

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