Zamnesia’s cannabis seedfinder is an intuitive tool designed to help you find the best cannabis seeds for your needs. Do you ever find yourself endlessly scrolling around seedbanks, opening tab after tab until you just give up? Well, Zamnesia has your back. Using a few simple questions, the seedfinder narrows down your specific requirements to the seeds which best match them—taking all the stress out of your hunt.
Most simply, for ease. The Zamnesia cannabis seedfinder will make your life a whole lot simpler. But there are a few good reasons to have a look.
This is the big one. You’ll save yourself a huge amount of time by cutting out all those seeds which don’t meet your criteria. By the time you’ve looked through every seed from a certain breeder, you probably find that your brain starts to flag a bit. After you’ve got a shortlist of around a hundred potential seeds, it’s quite difficult to maintain that feeling of motivation you begun with, and it can be easy to just give up. The seedfinder does that leg-work for you, allowing you to look through only those that will work for you.
The seedfinder is holistic and comprehensive, and Zamnesia is aware that its first choice may not always be yours. Therefore, it will always give a large number of results—ranging from the cheapest to most expensive seeds. So whatever your budget, the seedfinder will get results to match it.
The range of seeds given means that automating the hard part is far from limiting. In fact, it probably makes it more likely that you’ll stumble across the perfect strain. By removing the (literally thousands) of seeds that won’t work for you, the seedfinder makes hunting for the right seed more liberating—not less. As the questions are holistic, and you can skip ones that don’t apply, it does not corral you into categories.
The seedfinder scours the characteristics of the thousands of seeds stocked by Zamnesia. Can you really be bothered to do that? It breaks it down characteristic by characteristic, and you can skip certain ones, or select multiple, as you see fit. Each search will be tailored to your requirements—there are no predetermined channels.
There are quite a few criteria that the seedfinder uses to get the best results. They are as follows:
The Zamnesia seedfinder will begin by asking whether you're a novice grower, or an intermediate/advanced. This will ensure that beginners don’t get landed with temperamental plants that die easily. And don’t worry, easy growth doesn’t mean worse results, in fact, it can enable some of the best.
It will then ask whether you’re growing indoors, outdoors, or in a greenhouse. It’s no good finding the perfect seed, only to discover that it can’t hack being outdoors.
Following on from that—and depending on your previous answer—it will then try to discern the climate you’ll be growing it. Some plants thrive in cooler conditions, others in warmer. There’s no point growing a plant that is ready for harvest at the end of October if it will be too cold by then.
Depending how much time you have and how much work you want to put in will determine whether you want to grow photoperiod or autoflowering strains. Photoperiod strains can produce slightly higher and stronger yields, but come with considerably more effort. Autoflowering strains on the other hand are rapid and resilient, growing better under less-than-perfect conditions.
This one’s simple. Small, medium or large? Choose plants that will fit the space available to you.
This one only applies if you went for photoperiod strains, for an outdoor grow. You have two choices, early or late autumn. This roughly correlates to September or October. It's more about preference and patience, as earlier questions will select the strains that can cope going late into the year in your climate.
This is for photoperiod strains grown indoors. Once you switch the lights to a 12/12 cycle, your plants will enter the flowering period. This question ascertains how long you want this flowering period to be. It is given in weeks.
This is for autoflowering cannabis strains. As they do not have a normal vegetative stage, their entire lifespan is measured—from germination to harvest. They are usually much faster. Your choices are:
For both photoperiod and autoflowering strains, longer does not mean bigger yields. It’s more likely to indicate stronger sativa genetics—as sativa strains tend to have longer life cycles compared to indica.
This is a big one. You’ll get to choose from uplifting, hybrid, relaxing or no high (CBD). Uplifting strains usually lean towards sativa, and relaxing towards indica. However, this is by no means set in stone—hence the focus on effects rather than genetics.
There are a lot of flavours with cannabis, and many are unique and hard to pin down. Likewise, one strain will often have many flavours and aromas to it. However, pick those which you are most fond of (or miss those out that you are least fond of), to narrow down an otherwise huge selection. Your choices are:
Once done, the finder searches through the thousands of seeds available for the ones that match your given criteria and then give them to you in an order that allows you to scroll according to your budget. What could be simpler. An awesome way to take the guesswork out of cannabis seeds choice.