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With the help of our ThreadFinder we connected the 33 largest and most popular cannabis communities to our page.

SeedFinder › What you seed is what you get!

Welcome to SeedFinder.eu

SeedFinder.eu collects and standardizes information about thousands of cannabis varieties. We offer an interface for cannabis breeders, seedbanks, cultivation and hemp-forums, communities, growers and cannabis-enthusiasts all around the world. With the help of our SeedFinder-System – especially made for this purposes – we are able to collect all important information about indiv >Important: The SeedFinder is not a shop , we do not sell any cannabis seed and are not addicted to a breeder or shop.

Database

Behind the SeedFinder there is a strain-database with momentary 15748 different cannabis varieties .

Breeder & Strains

14976 of the listed strains are from 832 known breeders – connected and expanded with 99 pure local breeds. You also can find 129 clone-only strains and last but not least 544 various unknown or legendary varieties.

Lineage / Hybrids

Our unique genetic-database will enable you to allocate related crosses, all descendants and the parents of each variety. Browse through the strains with our dynamic HybridMaps – from the multi-hybrids via F1-Hybrids up to the landraces – and back!

SeedShop Database

Our SeedPolice is monitoring seedbanks and collects information about reliability, service and shipping of this shops. Here you can find 288 Shops at the moment. 46 are also integrated into the SeedFinder, including offers and actual prices.

Cup-Winner

The winners of the most important cannabis-cups are connected with our cannabis database. Check out the best rated and most famous strains worldwide!

Forums & Threads

With the help of our ThreadFinder we connected the 33 largest and most popular cannabis communities to our page.

Cannabis Gallery

Into our Cannabis-Gallery you can find strain-related pictures. They are sorted by in- and outdoor plants and also by the flowering-time.

Creative Commons

All our info is licensed below a Creative Commons Licence (BY-NC-SA).

Search

Our extremely detailed strain-search-function enables you to research for certain characteristics such as flowering time, heritage or availability.

Strain Wizard

With the help of our unique Cannabis Strain Wizard you are able to filter and search your strains based on real reviews and user info!

Lineage-Search

Our genetic database enables you to view the genealogical tree for every strain. Use our family tree search-engine to look out for special hybrids!

Pure strains

All strains come from somewhere, if known we store the heritage as exact as possible. Here you can list all pure varieties by origin and countries.

Strain Lists

You also can have a look onto our alphabetical list of strains, or view only autoflowering varieties – or the clone-only ones.

Prices & Radar

Into our SeedShop-Radar you will find actual reduced strains or offers separately, we monitor only serious shops – a good place to grab a bargain! You also can use the search to find strains by commercial availibility and prices.

Aroma, Taste & High

With our Review-Function we also collect data about the aroma, the taste and the effect of the cannabis strains. Thanks that you are able to look out for strains with a special effect, taste or aroma and to visualize it with a nice pie-chart!

Outdoor Strains

Get weather-data and possible varieties for your area! Simply add your geo-coordinates to get climate- and grow info for your spot!

CannaFox Add-On

Get our Mozilla-Add-On, search for strains directly from your browser and get some additional and discreet SeedFinder options in a sidebar.

Research

SeedFinder collects, combines and provides a lots of useful data with the help of its users worldwide.

Strain Reviews

We collect the main grow- and plant data directly from the grower with our multilingual Strain Review Function. Onto this way we can standardize grow-info, tips and tricks, smoke reports and valuations for the different varieties – and even for their phenotypes.

Comparisons

With our special Strain VS Strain function we can directly compare the most important characteristics of individual cannabis-varieties.

Medical Strains

For the medicinal properties of individual cannabis varieties we have installed the Medicinal Strain Finder. This helps in the search for certain varieties, and also stores information about their optimal dose for certain diseases.

Climate Zones

SeedFinder uses its own ecophysiological climate specificiation system. Together with our database for historical weather data we can provide very detailed climate zones and weather data even for your area! In combination with our reviews we are able to provide specific strains and detailed info for this zones.

And More.

Lots of more options and stuff are available at the SeedFinder, browse around – you will find it! For example:

Growing Tools

Check out our small helpers and calculators for the indoor grower.

JSON Api

You like to use our strain data for your own purposes, programs or websites? No Problem, check out our API to get more info!

Support the SeedFinder!

The SeedFinder needs your input: You have information or experiences about a cannabis strain? You was pleased or pissed by a strain and like to share your tipps about? You can give details about outdoor- or indoor cultivation and growth behavior of a certain strain? You can report something about aroma, taste and/or effect of a variety? You made some pictures? You have written a Growreport into a cannabis community? So dont play only a passive role, connect your info with the SeedFinder! Add your comments, connect your threads, write a growreport and/or fill out a PlantProfile! Its all completely anonymous and you even dont need an email address. Dont stay in the back, start helping other growers to find the right strain and get better and bigger yields!

Cannabis seeds information
The Scythians were the ancient race who gave their name to the scythe thanks to their use of these curve-bladed tools to harvest their crops, including hemp. Some of their religious rites incorporated hemp seeds, which they threw onto smouldering fires inside small tents where they sat inhaling and bathing in the fumes.

Ten Interesting Facts About Cannabis Seeds

Seeds Cannabis seeds may all look pretty much the same, but within those brown, speckled hulls, the potential for infinite variations is captured. From industrial hemp to carefully refined sativas, from the most modern autoflowering strains to the most ancient cannabis seeds discovered to date, it all starts from a seed!

Cannabis seeds may all look pretty much the same, but within those brown, speckled hulls, the potential for infinite variety is captured. From industrial hemp to carefully refined sativas, from the most modern autoflowering strains to the most ancient cannabis seeds discovered to date, it all starts from a seed! Here we present ten interesting facts about cannabis seeds for you to enjoy and share.

There is no visible difference between regular cannabis seeds, feminized cannabis seeds, autoflowering cannabis seeds, and seeds for growing industrial hemp plants. For this reason, always buy your cannabis seeds from a reputable seed bank (such as Sensi Seeds and White Label Seed Company) so you definitely know what you’re getting.

Cannabis seeds are usually around the size of a match-head, but can vary by variety from not much larger than a tomato seed to as big as a small pea. The size of the seed is no indication of the size (or vitality) of the cannabis plant that will grow from it.

Cannabis seeds contain a near-perfect balance of the essential fatty acids Omega 3, 6 and 9. These are vital to human health and cannot be produced by the body. It is better to eat hemp seeds than cannabis seeds as the former are a lot cheaper, and there is no difference in the EFA content of the seeds – just the THC content of the plants they produce.

The oldest cannabis seeds we know of are 2,700 years old and were found in 2007 in a grave in China.

A single cannabis plant can produce hundreds of, and even over a thousand, cannabis seeds depending on its size and the efficiency of pollination. Some hemp strains are bred to enhance seed production for when seeds are the primary crop.

The best temperature to store cannabis seeds is 5 – 7 degrees centigrade, which is usually the temperature of the door in a domestic refrigerator, handily enough. Cannabis seeds should also be kept perfectly dry to avoid both mould and premature germination.

In many countries, the possession of cannabis seeds is legal whereas germinating them is harshly punished. Many people are forced to buy and preserve their seeds as collector’s items, in the hope that legislation in their area will soon change to a more enlightened approach to home cannabis cultivation.

Hemp seeds were taken on long sea voyages by sailors during the Dutch Golden Age of shipping and naval exploration. If stranded on a deserted island, the sailors could use some of the seeds as a simple but nourishing essential food source and plant the rest, relying on the rapid growth and multiple uses of hemp to fix their ships.

The Scythians were the ancient race who gave their name to the scythe thanks to their use of these curve-bladed tools to harvest their crops, including hemp. Some of their religious rites incorporated hemp seeds, which they threw onto smouldering fires inside small tents where they sat inhaling and bathing in the fumes.

Hemp seeds are a common ingredient in bird food, and there is a urban legend of accidental crops caused by someone – usually a grandmother – emptying the bird food bowl at the bottom of the garden and then being arrested six months later for the flourishing plants they were unwittingly growing.