Strawberry Frost is a mostly indica variety from Madd Farmer Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±57 days ) and outdoors . Madd Farmer Genetics’ Strawberry Frost is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
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With the Strawberry Frost we aimed to achieve short, thick stemmed, large budded plants that were some of the frostiest we have created to date. We took our SCDC (Strawberry Cough/DeepChunk) mom and open pollinated her with our Space Queen male, better known as The Dick. What we have created is a carbon copy to what we had hoped for. A strain that can be lollipopped with giant mains, or topped and screened for many bud sites with larger than average bud size. The StrawFrost will have higher than average potency, possibly being too narcotic for those who prefer a more Sativa type effect, and a solid yield of above average size and density. This isn’t for the Sativa fan. This strain has one purpose. and it serves it well. Excellent muscle relaxer that will really aid in sleep for you insomniacs.
Basic / Breeders Info
Madd Farmer Genetics’ Strawberry Frost Description
If you prefer to use a non-blender method, you can try an alternative strawberry seed saving method. If you dehydrate a strawberry (or let it dry completely), you can use your thumb and forefinger to rub the strawberry so that the seeds fall off. Separate the seeds from the chaff and store in a cool, dry place.
Strawberry seeds give rise to the strawberry plants that produce the strawberries we all love. We think everyone should have a fond affection for the little fellows (unless, of course, you get a strawberry seed stuck in a tooth or between your gums). If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment. And, be sure to check back as additional information is added and linked below.
If weather allows, the strawberry seedlings can be planted directly outside, or the plants in the containers can be replanted outside. If the strawberry seeds were started indoors, the young strawberry plants need to be hardened off prior to planting outside. When the temperature rises into the 50s, begin taking the plants outside in the shade for several hours each day. Gradually increase the time the plants are outdoors, eventually leaving them outside overnight as the temperature allows. Begin moving them into the sun for increasing periods of time to finish the hardening off process prior to planting. This ensures your plants won’t be damaged or killed by their environmental changes.
Saving Strawberry Seeds
The tasty strawberries are also unique in another way. Scour the earth all you want to, but you’ll not find another fruit with its seeds on its exterior surface!
This main Strawberry Seeds page serves as a hub for anyone looking to learn about or purchase strawberry seeds. This page will help you understand everything you need to about growing strawberry plants from seed. If you don’t know where to buy strawberry seeds, you can visit our list of suppliers and seed companies who offer them for sale. Following that, we cover how to plant strawberry seeds and grow strawberry plants from seeds. And, of course, you can also read up on the fascinating details and information regarding strawberry seeds and what makes them unique.
Put your ripe strawberries into a household blender. Add one cup of water to the strawberries in the blender and blend on high for 3 to 5 seconds. Try not to exceed 5 seconds of blending time, or the seeds may be damaged. Allow the components to sit for a minute or two. The viable seeds will sink and the unviable seeds will float along with the strawberry pulp. After the good seeds settle to the bottom, pour off the bad seeds and fruit pulp with the water. Rinse the seeds and then transfer them to a paper towel (or low-heat dehydrator) to dry. When dry, store them in a cool, dry place.
Strawberry Seeds Information
Growing strawberry plants from seed is more difficult than simply buying strawberry plants. But, it can be much more rewarding as well. Once you have a strawberry plant growing, refer to our Growing Strawberries page for guidance on how to successfully produce a strawberry crop.
Moisten the mixture with water until it is uniformly damp. Sprinkle your strawberry seeds over the damp mixture and then cover the seeds with a very thin dusting of peat moss. Ensure that the strawberry seeds are not completely covered and are exposed to light. Keep them indoors in a well-lighted room and in direct sunlight, if possible. In two to three weeks, the strawberry seeds should germinate.
“Can strawberries be grown from seeds?” some people ask. Others assume it is impossible and ask instead “Why do strawberries have seeds?”
Sprinkle the seeds on the surface of the soil and use a water mister to water them. The seeds should be watered slightly into the soil, but should not be watered in so much that they disappear.
Place the tray somewhere with bright (but not direct) sunlight and where temperatures in the tray can be kept at about 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (about 20 to 25 degrees Celsius). If you have a small thermometer that you can place in the tray to check the temperature, it would certainly be a good idea to use it here.