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In order to pollinate your plant you’ll want to apply your harvested pollen onto the bud sites (usually located where leaves meet the stem of a plant) using a brush. This will cause the buds to develop seeds which can be collected and grown in the future.

Remember, only the bud sites that come into contact with pollen will develop cannabis seeds. You can choose to apply pollen to parts or all of your female plant. You’ll also want to make sure you directly touch the pistils/hairs on a bud site to ensure the area is well pollinated.

When it comes to storing cannabis pollen, moisture is your worst enemy; if your pollen gets wet it is literally useless.

HOW TO STORE CANNABIS POLLEN

Pollinated buds look quite different to regular sinsemilla. They usually don’t have as many rich trichomes and don’t form into large colas. Instead, they’re usually smaller and a lot more bulbous.

Cannabis pollen is no different from regular pollen produced by other plants.

Cannabis seeds develop in the flowers of the female plants after about 4-6 weeks from pollination. You will see the seeds starting to form in and around the pollinated buds.

Learn how to produce your own cannabis seeds in a few simple steps! There’s nothing more rewarding as creating your own killer strain.