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Why Didn’t my Seeds Germinate?

Why didn’t my seeds germinate? This is a question often asked by novice and experienced growers alike. Some people think that it’s because they bought old seeds or badly made seeds, but it’s generally because the germination process isn’t done properly. Cannabis seeds have a 99% germination chance, even after being in a box for up to 5 years.

Cannabis seeds are life matter, and if germination isn’t done correctly then the seeds are worthless. Cannabis plants are generally quite sturdy and they grow quite fast, but they’re extremely fragile before they begin their growth spurt. You need to germinate in humid places with a decent temperature, and make sure that the seeds have enough humidity for the 2-10 days it can take for them to germinate. Just because it hasn’t shown any roots in four days doesn’t mean that the seed isn’t going to open, you just have to wait and have some patience.

One of the most common errors is just leaving them in some damp kitchen paper on a plate, as they’ll dry up before they can root. You need to make sure that the paper isn’t dry, if it’s dry you’ll need to give them a bit more water, some people give them too much water in case they dry out etc. These practices are what cause seeds to dry out or to drown in too much water; it’s not the seed’s fault, but generally the grower’s.

Another big mistake is germinating in a glass of water. The issue with this method is many people don’t take into account the water temperature. If the water’s too cold then the seeds will sit there for days until they eventually rot due to the low temperature in the water. This method’s okay for warm summer months when there’s a decent temperature and the water doesn’t get too cold. This still isn’t the seed’s fault.

One of the biggest mistakes is germinating straight in a jiffy or soil. The issue here is that the seeds will most likely take much more than 48h to germinate, and by then the upper layers of soil will have dried out, and if it doesn’t die off due to that then it will probably die if you try and water it to keep humidity up; in these cases, the seed tends to come to the surface or they can sink even further into the soil. Once again, this is the grower’s fault.

The only way to be sure that your plants are going to get a chance to grow is to germinate them before putting them in the desired medium. The only way to make sure that they germinate is to make sure that the temperature never goes below 20º and that the paper doesn’t dry. How? By using a simple plastic kitchen container. If you germinate your seeds in a plastic container with some damp kitchen paper and you keep it closed, the water from the paper won’t evaporate and dry out. Even if it takes 10 days it will still germinate. Once the seeds have opened, you’ll need to place them in a properly watered pot because you won’t be able to water again until the seedling pops through the surface, although this should only take one day indoors and maybe 2 outdoors. With this system you can germinate hundreds of seeds in a small Tupperware container. If it’s summer and it’s warm, you can just stick them anywhere out of direct light. If it’s the winter and it’s colder you can place the container on top of your TV or internet box to give it that extra bit of heat. If it’s going to be somewhere where light can get to it, cover the box in tin foil.

So, now you know the best way to germinate your seeds. You might have been doing it one of the “wrong” ways and you’ve been lucky so far, but the only way you can germinate and blame the seeds if it doesn’t work is if you use the correct method we mentioned last. Happy growing!

How to prevent the death of cannabis seeds and seedlings

Every grower, almost without exception, will have occasionally suffered the death of a plant during cultivation, just when it seemed that everything was going along nicely. In this article, we’ll focus on the main reasons why seeds may not germinate properly, or why seedlings may end up dead in the first weeks of life.

Seeds dying before germination

Cannabis seeds can die even before we start to grow them, in which case, when the grower comes to germinate them, they won’t open up and sprout at all.

The seeds of the cannabis plant, like many other types of seeds, must always be kept in the correct conditions, especially if you want to save the leftover seeds for later use and ensure that they germinate well in the future.

The same goes for unopened whole packs of seeds that have been purchased to store for later use. Sometimes, certain varieties are in high demand and there is limited stock, so the more astute growers will make sure they grab a few packs to keep in the vault until they find the time to germinate the cannabis seeds.

Cannabis seeds must be stored in the correct conditions

What to do with leftover seeds or unopened seed packs

Cannabis seeds need very low relative humidity and relatively low temperature for their proper storage, so the best plan is to keep them in a “no frost” refrigerator, in which both the humidity and temperature are maintained at very low levels for better conservation of food.

If we want to keep a seed package that’s still sealed, simply put the whole unopened pack into the fridge. The best place for its conservation is usually the small shelf where the eggs or butter are kept, although really any part of the fridge is ideal for storage.

If we want to save the leftover seeds from a pack for later use, we recommend storing them in the original Eppendorf tube or container used by the bank. In the original packaging, these Eppendorf tubes hold the seeds and usually also contain a few small silica gel balls, included to maintain very low humidity (10 to 20%) and help to ensure that the seed does not lose any germination viability.

If, however, we leave the seeds for a long period of time in any corner of the house it is possible that over time their viability to germinate will decrease, and when we plant them they may take a long time to germinate or indeed not germinate at all. it is also important to protect them from sunlight.

So if you wish to save the seeds in the best conditions, always keep them in the refrigerator, well protected from air, light and moisture.

How do we store leftover seeds to grow at a later date?

Death during the germination of cannabis seeds

Death during the germination of cannabis seeds is one of the most frequent failures suffered by every grower over the course of his or her cultivation career. There are several possible reasons that can lead to the seeds dying before they even open and begin to grow, which we’ll examine here.

Not all seeds have the same resistance to the errors that may occur during the germination process. Just as not all siblings are not all equal, neither are all seeds. By this, we mean that in the case of one seed germinating and the rest of them not doing so, it doesn’t necessarily mean that those that didn’t germinate were not strong or resistant, but simply that they were less so than the one that did germinate. If this occurs, we must ask ourselves why they did not germinate and look for any possible failings in the process.

Death by drowning the seed during germination

We start from the basic premise that the seeds require moisture, oxygen and a suitable temperature for germination; If one of the three aspects is not taken into account, it is quite likely that the seeds won’t end up germinating.

Putting the cannabis seeds in a glass of water and waiting 24 to 48 hours for their germination can be a fatal error for them. Re-hydrating the seeds in water is a good idea as long as they are not out of contact with the air for long, as they will be deprived of oxygen and most of the time they will end up dying; so if we use this method, we only leave them to re-to hydrate in water for a few minutes, although, preferably we will avoid any previous soaking or re-hydration (which in any case is not necessary).

We must maintain suitable levels of humidity for germination

The reason for this is that tap water contains chlorine, which sterilises the water to make it suitable for domestic use. However, this chlorine disappears by evaporation after a few hours, so if the water then gets contaminated, the seed can be attacked by any number of pathogens and eventually die. This example also illustrates why we must always touch the seeds with clean hands; If the seeds are handled with dirty fingers, it can lead a fungal or bacterial infection to contaminate them and severely compromise their development.

The same can happen in other germination media such as jiffy plugs, where the most common mistake is usually not draining away the excess water after re-hydrating the compressed peat. To this error, we can add that of burying the seed at more than twice its own depth, in which case it may not emerge despite having germinated perfectly well, but instead, simply end up rotting due to excess water and lack of oxygen. This error is also frequent in growers who germinate directly in the soil because when they first irrigate, the seed can be washed down into the soil resulting in them being buried too deeply, which makes it difficult for the seedling to reach the surface. It is always better to wet the substrate first, before sowing any seeds.

If you want to sow the seed directly into the soil and do it properly, when growing outdoors you must also act to prevent seed predators. Ants, birds, and many other animals or insects are another common cause of seed failure during germination. In the case of ants, they eat the small, delicate root, leaving the plant unable to develop and condemning it to imminent death.

Placing the seeds between moist serviettes/paper towels is one of the best germination methods for beginner growers. Since you can easily see if the seed has taken root or not. But we must also bear in mind that the germination medium, the kitchen paper, is made of cellulose, meaning it is an organic material that will decompose and rot, just like any product of this type.

Planting the germinated seed is also a crucial moment

It is, therefore, obligatory to change the napkins every day and a half, more or less, to avoid the seeds being contaminated by the pathogens that can appear as the napkins begin to rot. For this reason, we recommend placing the napkins in a deep plate and covering it with another one, leaving a small gap between the two so that air can enter, oxygenate the microclimate that is created during the germination of the seeds and avoiding them rotting.

Seeds dying due to lack of moisture

Just as excess water is one of the most common causes of germination problems, the lack of moisture is equally detrimental to the process.

If outdoor temperatures are around 20 to 24ºC, then we shouldn’t need do much more than start the seeds to germinate and wait for them to open, following the precautions already discussed. But in case of having warmer or cooler temperatures, we must act to raise or lower the environmental temperature for optimal germination, and find the best location for germination to be successful.

If it is winter, the plates holding the seeds are often placed on top of a low heat source to raise the temperature. We must, however, be careful: if this heat source emits hot air, the paper towels will dry out and the seeds will run out of moisture, affecting germination. If you realise this in time, you can re-hydrate the seeds and they will usually recover from and continue to germinate, although it is also possible that there will be consequences that may affect the subsequent development of the plant during its cultivation.

Not long after sowing the seed, we will see our little plant emerge from the soil

If we haven’t noticed soon enough that the seeds have been left without moisture, we can assume that they will have dried up completely, with their consequent death, and this is even more likely if the seeds had already opened up to show the root. This can also happen very easily if we germinate during summer when temperatures are high and humidity is usually very low compared to other times of the year.

Death of the plants during the growth period

The start of the growth period is a very important stage in a plant’s life, so several aspects must be taken into account so that it does not die of any of a number of causes.

One of the most frequent problems is root rot due to excess irrigation and lack of oxygen in the substrate. Up till now, this has been one of the most common causes of plant death during the growth period, especially with beginner gardeners who lack previous cultivation experience. In addition, the likelihood of this happening increases considerably in crops with auto-flowering varieties; we’ll explain what to do here.

When the plant emerges from the substrate, leaving behind its germination stage, it is crucial to take care with any excess water and the lack of humidity in its aerial parts such as leaves, stems and branches.

The proper conditions guarantee good germinación

When the plant is young and only has a very small root, its needs are few, it feeds and drinks very little. If we saturate the substrate with too much water, apart from halting the growth of the root (leading to little or no growth in the aerial parts), it creates the ideal conditions for the small roots to slowly rot. If the plant loses a part or all of its tiny root system in its first stage of life, it is almost guaranteed that it will die within a few days.

If we use a small 0.5L to 1L plant pot for the first part of vegetative growth, before transplanting them to a bigger pot, we will be covering our backs in case of any excess of irrigation, since the substrate will dry out again much faster than in larger pots. For this reason, this issue is very common for novice growers who are cultivating auto-flowering cannabis plants, where the use of 20L pots is recommended from the start.

It is often said that you must irrigate with an appropriate amount of water and nutrients for the size of the plant. As this is often complicated to carry out, as a rough guide we can irrigate the plants with an amount not more than 10 or 20% of the plant pot’s capacity. So, if they are 1L pots we will water from 100 to 200ml as long as it is not an auto-flowering plant.

If the plan is to grow automatic varieties, then during the first two weeks we water with 100 to 350ml per irrigation, every 1 or 2 days. Remember that the substrate must maintain a minimum of humidity to allow the plant to feed and continue to develop normally. If it is raining and the plants are outdoors, it’s a good idea to move or cover them, to prevent the substrate from getting soaked, which could easily lead to root zone problems.

The first stages of growth survived with success!

We hope that this information will be useful and help to stop your seeds and seedlings dying. Don’t hesitate to leave any comments or questions, we’ll be pleased to help.

The articles published by Alchimiaweb, S.L. are reserved for adult clients only. We would like to remind our customers that cannabis seeds are not listed in the European Community catalogue. They are products intended for genetic conservation and collecting, in no case for cultivation. In some countries it is strictly forbidden to germinate cannabis seeds, other than those authorised by the European Union. We recommend our customers not to infringe the law in any way, we are not responsible for their use.

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Peeled off cannabis seeds: what is it, and what are they useful for?

We often hear about shelled hemp seeds, but what are they? And most importantly, what are their advantages?

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For the uninitiated, they are readily available in organic food stores, as they are rich in vitamins and minerals, and provide the amount of “good” fats necessary for the proper functioning of the body.

At SensorySeeds, we have been active for years in the marketing of quality cannabis seeds; we provide you with the necessary information about shelled hemp seeds and the beneficial properties that result from their consumption.

But after collecting the information you need, why not visit our online store? It contains excellent cannabis seeds that you could use.

What are shelled-hemp-seeds? How do you get them?

Shelled cannabis seeds are conventional seeds obtained from Sativa hemp plants. To be more precise, they come from a particular variety, i.e. the main species from which food products are derived.

Once cleaned and deprived of the outer shell, only its softer interior with a hazelnut aroma will be used. This type of seed is also defined as “hearts” because the outer shell is too hard, and with an unpleasant flavour and, therefore, only the internal seed will be extracted, rich in nutrients that meet your daily protein needs.

They are little known here in France, but in reality, they are seeds in terms of the nutritional values to be taken daily, and they are natural products and do not change the active ingredients of the hemp plant from which they are derived.

Shelled hemp seeds: beneficial properties

Shelled hemp seeds are plant foods with many desirable properties when taken regularly and correctly. They are commonly consumed in Eastern countries, as a simple contribution for a balanced diet, or, simply, as a dietary supplement.

It should be noted that these seeds do not contain THC: an active ingredient responsible for the psychotropic effects caused by the consumption of Cannabis. Shelled marijuana seeds are mainly used because they are a perfect source of protein, vitamins and minerals.

As for the fats contained in this specific type of cannabis seeds, they are mostly unsaturated. These are omega 3 and omega 6, fats that, as we know, are very good for your health.

Those who consume them appreciate them above all because they have an optimal amount of good fats. The ones recommended by each nutritionist, to activate the metabolism, and ensure the perfect functioning of the body.

Taking shelled cannabis seeds, therefore, means helping and strengthening your immune and nervous system. Plus, it’s a great food to eat if you’re playing sports and if you’re on vegetarian/vegan diets.

They appear to be an excellent prevention against cardiovascular disease, and, thanks to the presence of vitamin E, fulfil an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory function. Regular use of cannabis seeds, characterized by high fibre content, could also be a useful remedy to combat constipation cases.

Several studies on the primary nutrients that contain shelled hemp seeds have shown that they also bring benefits to the skin, giving it greater elasticity, and solving problems related to dry and dehydrated skin types.

Finally, these are foods that can be eaten if you want to lose weight, as they increase the feeling of satiety, and act to reduce the desire for sugars.

In conclusion, it is clear that consumption, and therefore, the production of shelled hemp seeds, has increased gradually in recent years. The natural foods and free of excessive processing, are also rich in health benefits to your body.

Do the peeled-off seeds have contraindications?

At SensorySeeds are aware of the little information circulated about cannabis varieties, seeds, and the effects they can cause to their well-being -physical and mental being.

For this reason, we try to investigate the topics that are of most interest to consumers and on our shop, we offer an exclusive selection of quality products at competitive prices. All this to allow everyone to benefit from natural products rich in positive properties such as cannabis seeds.

It should be noted that, in principle, the consumption of such seeds does not lead to contraindications. We recall that the seeds extracted from the varieties of Sativa hemp have nothing to do with THC, and the effects it induces at the psychic level.

The only contraindications found could be a possible sensitivity to the nutrients contained in the seeds themselves. These are much rarer cases, but the main advice is not to continue if small problems arise. As is well known, it is always necessary to select quality products, whose origin and processing are specified.

In conclusion

Attention should be paid to the preservation of shelled hemp seeds and, in particular, it is essential not to expose them to high-temperature changes.

SensorySeeds, a company aware of the potential of cannabis seeds that are currently still underestimated as for the Cannabis plant, has always sought the best varieties of seeds, to satisfy the needs of its customers fully.

We invite you to visit our online site, where you can supply you with different varieties of marijuana seeds, from the most edible to the most cultivable.

FDA Responds to Three GRAS Notices for Hemp Seed-Derived Ingredients for Use in Human Food

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has completed its evaluation of three generally recognized as safe (GRAS) notices for hemp seed-derived food ingredients. The GRAS notices were submitted by Fresh Hemp Foods, Ltd. The agency has no questions about Fresh Hemp Food’s conclusion that the following ingredients are GRAS under their intended conditions of use: hulled hemp seed (GRN765), hemp seed protein powder (GRN771), and hemp seed oil (GRN778).

Foods containing hemp seed and hemp seed-derived ingredients are currently marketed in the US. Hemp seeds are the seeds of the hemp plant, Cannabis sativa. Although hemp is from the same species as cannabis (marijuana), the seeds themselves do not naturally contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. The hemp seed-derived ingredients that are the subject of these GRAS notices contain only trace amounts of THC and CBD, which the seeds may pick up during harvesting and processing when they are in contact with other parts of the plant. Consumption of these hemp seed-derived ingredients is not capable of making consumers “high”.

The GRAS notices are for three different hemp seed-derived ingredients. The GRAS conclusions can apply to ingredients from other companies, if they are manufactured in a way that is consistent with the notices and they meet the listed specifications. Some of the intended uses for these ingredients include adding them as source of protein, carbohydrates, oil, and other nutrients to beverages (juices, smoothies, protein drinks, plant-based alternatives to dairy products), soups, dips, spreads, sauces, dressings, plant-based alternatives to meat products, desserts, baked goods, cereals, snacks and nutrition bars. Products that contain any of these hemp seed-derived ingredients must declare them by name on the ingredient list.

These GRAS conclusions do not affect the FDA’s position on the addition of CBD and THC to food. As stated on FDA and Marijuana: Questions and Answers, it is a prohibited act under section 301(ll) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to introduce into interstate commerce a food to which CBD or THC has been added.

Can you really get high with hemp seeds?

There is a mistaken belief that you can get high by eating hemp seeds. Indeed, hemp and marijuana belong to the same plant species (Cannabis Sativa L), but they are different strains. Hemp produces not only nutty, fatty, buttery tasting seeds, but also can it be refined into paper, textiles and clothing, biodegradable plastic (cutlery, cups, tableware), biofuel, and even construction material (hempcrete). Yes, you can build a house with it!

Still afraid?

The hemp plant is taller and thinner than the stalky marijuana plant. The main difference between the two is the production of the psychoactive compound – tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Hemp contains less than 0.3% THC, while the marijuana can be anywhere from 5% to 30% THC. Therefore, it is safe to incorporate hemp seeds into your diet. It has been a staple for many years but recently began gaining global popularity. Additionally, it is regarded as a superfood, thanks to a large number of benefits for your health.

Inconspicuously small but fully packed with essential good fatty acids (Ω-3 and Ω-6) and protein, hemp seeds can replace soybeans, thanks to nearly identical levels of protein. Hemp seeds contain all nine essential amino acids that you can only get from food. An extra benefit is the presence of fibre, especially if you consume seeds with the intact outer hulls, which subdues your appetite and helps you control your weight. The seeds are a treasure trove of vitamins (B and E) and minerals as magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc and phosphorus.

Hemp’s pleasureful taste

Tempting nutty notes with palpable pine nut nuance.

Hemp seeds are pure delight for nut aficionados. Nutty pyrazines and pyrroline, also found in coffee, dark chocolate, nut pralines, nuts, sprouted chickpea, and Parmigiano Reggiano, are responsible for the seed’s nutty flavor. Hemp seed is therefore a perfect ingredient for a fluffy mousse or a heavy brownie. You can even smell a resinous pine nut-like undertone. It is the effect of combination of the nutty molecules with woody, spicy / camphoreous, and green notes.

Comforting fatty aftertaste

Hemp seeds feature a well-rounded fatty mouthfeel. It is the favour of different acids and aldehydes, especially (E,E)-2,4-decadienal, that give extra citrusy undertones like what can be found in lime peel, lemon and kaffir lime leaves. It is present in popcorn, pumpkin seeds, and peanut oil, green olive, cooked bulgur, and stewed beef gravy as well.

Pleasant bean-like aroma

You can detect a beany flavor resulting from a combination of bell pepper-like, green, and woody molecules. You can pair it confidently with kaki, plantain, jasmine flower, tucupi, adzuki bean, pandan leaf, cucumbers, green peas, carrots or Indian Pale Ale.

There’s also a subtle hint of maple and caramel aromas, which can be linked to the semi-sweet taste of the hemp seeds

How do you eat them?

The simplest way to eat hemp seeds is to enjoy them raw in smoothies, granola, porridge, yoghurt or sauces for some added crunchiness. You can also enrich your baked goods with hemp seeds. Hemp ‘milk’ is another way to easily incorporate the nutritious seeds into your diet, and the same goes for hemp flour. As the seeds are rich in fatty acids, cold pressed hemp seeds oil is an up-and-coming product.

Although hemp leaves are less nutrient-dense than the seeds, you can eat them raw as a leafy vegetable in salads. The seeds are also suitable for sprouting.

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How to Grow Marijuana from Seed

If you’re in a location where cannabis (another term for marijuana; short for the plant cannabis sativa) is illegal, growing it is probably illegal too. Bringing in seeds or cuttings to your location can very well be a felony, and reputable sellers won’t ship to you.

You can probably purchase and grow hemp seeds and plants, which have a negligible amount of THC, but these plants won’t produce the psychoactive effects of plants that contain higher levels of THC. Check with your seller to be certain you’re getting what you think you’re purchasing. If you buy seeds for CBD-only hemp plants by mistake, you can end up being very disappointed post-harvest.

How to acquire seeds or cuttings

You can usually find cannabis seeds for sale at most dispensaries in areas where growing cannabis for personal use is legal. You may also find growers who sell cuttings/clones. You can expect to pay $50 to $100 for a pack of ten seeds. When shopping for seeds or cuttings, read the labels and any other information the manufacturer provides on its website or in its catalog to make sure you’re getting the right seeds or cuttings (the strain) for the plants you want to grow.

One way to get your mitts on some seeds is to collect seeds when you find them in flowers you purchased, or get some from friends if they’re collecting.

  • Feminized seeds: Nearly all seeds sold by reputable companies are feminized, but make sure they are. These seeds are specially treated to grow into female plants.
  • Auto-flowering or photoperiod: Auto-flowering plants are easier, because they enter the flower stage after a certain number of weeks regardless of the light/dark cycle. If you’re a beginner, seriously consider going with auto-flowering plants.
  • Genetic background: If seeds are from a well-established strain, such as O.G. Kush, Bubble Gum, or a cross-breed, the genetic background should be stated.
  • Blend: The blend represents the percentage of the three species — sativa, indica, and ruderalis. All auto-flower strains contain some percentage of ruderalis, which is responsible for the auto-flowering nature of the plant.
  • Yield indoors: The number of grams of bud per square meter of plant when grown indoors.
  • Yield outdoors: The number of grams of bud per plant (after drying) when grown outdoors.
  • Plant height indoors: Shorter than when grown outdoors.
  • Plant height outdoors: Taller than when grown indoors.
  • Time to harvest: Approximate number of weeks after germination the flower should be ready to harvest.
  • Potency: Percentages of CBD and THC.
  • Effect: The type of experience you can expect when consuming product from the plant.

Know the laws about buying cannabis

  • In some European countries, laws prohibit growing cannabis, but seed is legal, which is quite confusing. You’re allowed to buy and eat cannabis seeds because they’re non-psychotropic, but you can’t buy them to grow cannabis. Other countries in Europe, such as Germany, have their own seed laws.
  • In Canada, where cannabis is federally legal, seeds can be shipped across provincial lines.
  • In the U.S., in some states in which cannabis is legal, you can purchase seeds from some dispensaries or other locations to grow plants as long as you keep them in the state. Other states may bar selling to non-licensed growers. Shipping or transporting seeds across state or international borders is illegal, although a few reputable online seed stores ship to individuals with success.

Cuttings are typically treated in a similar manner as seeds in legalized locations. They may be available from some dispensaries or outlets for pick up or delivery with a fee. They’re prohibited from crossing U.S. state lines or international borders. You can buy individual plants and mix and match strains. Prices vary and are often determined by plant size.

Buy cuttings (clones) only from a reputable source who understands proper back-crossing of strains for stability. Back-crossing involves pollinating a plant with one of its parent plants to promote sexual stability, so that when you have a female it won’t hermaphrodite into a male during flowering.

Both seeds and clones are often able to be purchased from commercial locations already in your state.

In the U.S., transporting any part of the cannabis plant over state lines is illegal. This applies to seeds and clones and, technically, even to tissue samples.

How to germinate cannabis seeds

Germinating seeds requires a dark environment that is around 70 degrees. There are many ways to germinate seeds (in soil, in a wet paper towel, in starter plugs) You can also sow them directly into soil in a garden or container, as long as the soil is light and fluffy, so the roots can easily grow down and the stalk can break through the soil. Plant the seeds about 1/4- to 1/2-inch deep and cover them loosely with soil.

Most importantly, seeds need a moist environment; they won’t germinate if they get too dry. You can use a heat mat to increase the success of germination in colder climates.

How to transplant marijuana plants

When transplanting any plant, whether it started from seed or a clone, handle it gently, being very careful not to damage the roots. Center the plant in the pot, and plant it deep enough to cover the root ball completely in soil. If the plant is root bound, you can gently tease the roots apart to encourage outward growth.

Pack your soil or other grow medium down around the roots well enough to support the plant while new roots grow, but not so tight that the soil restricts outward root growth. Water the soil around the roots.

About This Article

This article is from the book:

About the book authors:

Kim Ronkin Casey has been a communications professional for more than 20 years and recently took a year-long leap into the world of cannabis as the communications manager for one of the leading dispensaries in North America. She now consults for companies in the industry on internal and external communications. Joe Kraynak is a professional writer who has contributed to numerous For Dummies books.

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In addition to maintaining good word-of-mouth and social media reviews, the company also has a loyalty program for returning customers. Bitcoin buyers save money too, which is cool.

Still, with over 1,500 cannabis seed strains, variety is the company’s strong suit.

The company does hassle you for a refund, but it’s understandable that they have to protect against unscrupulous “samplers” with no intent to pay for quality marijuana seeds.

4. Herbie’s Seeds – Top Seed Bank That Ships To Any Country

  • Location: San Vicente, Alicante, Spain
  • Ships to: Any country worldwide
  • Shipping time to the USA: 24 hours shipping, 3 weeks delivery

Pros

  • Regular recommendations for new customers
  • Deals as high as 35% off for selected strains
  • Free seed with every order
  • Online support team answers questions

Cons

  • Very new company
  • Free shipping deals don’t apply to U.S. buyers

Herbie’s Seeds offers good deals on selected strains, multiple forms of payment (including Bitcoin and wire transfer), and best of all, offers free Gorilla Glue Auto seeds with every purchase.

The shipping time to the US could definitely be better, but if you’re looking to support a new Spanish cannabis seed bank that’s making a name for itself in the scene, you should definitely give Herbie’s Seeds a try.

5. MJSeeds – Best Weed Seeds Stealth Shipping

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Ships to: Worldwide
Shipping time to the USA: Ships in 24 hours, 7-24 days for delivery

Pros

  • Guaranteed germination rate (if you follow instructions)
  • Customer telephone support
  • Established 2009
  • Accepts multiple payment options, even cash & money order

Cons

  • Shipping is somewhat pricey
  • Average discounts

MJ Seeds Canada is one of the most reliable companies and best stealth shipping options, because of discreet packaging and multiple payment options.

You could send Bitcoin, Paypal funds, or even a money order through the mail and get your seed within a couple of weeks. Shipping is same-day and faster-than-average, with a dedicated customer support line.

The company has a rotating stealth system, using different “disguises” for seeds, ensuring that your packs are rarely ever confiscated. How exciting!

6. Amsterdam Marijuana Seeds – Best Online Seed Banks Reputation

  • Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Ships to: U.S., Canada, U.K., Most of Europe, Australia
  • Shipping time to the USA: Estimated within 31 business days

Pros

  • Free US stealth shipping
  • Established 1996
  • Free seeds with every order
  • Multiple forms of payment, including cryptocurrency & wire transfer

Cons

  • Longer than average wait time

Amsterdam Marijuana Seeds is one of the oldest companies and one of the first seed banks to gain popularity online. AMS is also one of the most generous companies, giving away free seeds with every order, or 3-10 extra seeds depending on how much you spend.

The company has also started shipping to Australia again, after a brief hiatus.

Try Amsterdam Marijuana Seeds for the free gifts and keep coming back for its reputable seed bank brand, and from the city that started the whole craze. As a wise stoner in a pulpy black suit once said, “You’ll dig it the most.”

7. Rocket Seeds – Fastest Delivery for Cannabis Seed Banks

  • Location: The Bronx, NY, USA
  • Ships to: Worldwide
  • Shipping time to the USA: 5-7 business days

Pros

  • Guaranteed delivery with Registered Tracking
  • Germination guarantee
  • Works with other seed banks to find rare items
  • The fastest shipping

Cons

  • Not a strong brand or unique savings

Rocket Seeds is a great place to find hard-to-find seeds, since the company works with multiple sources all over the world, including other seed banks. In fact, they often crossover with competitors like Crop King Seeds, Mary Jane’s Garden, and Sunwest Genetics.

The handshake agreement also means their prices are comparable to those companies and they won’t offer much in the way of unique discounts. Still, if you want a company based in the United States, and one that’s attentive to your unique requests, you can’t do better or do it faster.

They call it Rocket Seeds for a reason – they have fast US shipping.

8. Beaver Seeds – Best Seeds Bank Customer Support

  • Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Ships to: Worldwide
  • Shipping time to the USA: 7-25 days

Pros

  • Free shipping
  • Founded 2009
  • Guaranteed delivery
  • Accepts multiple forms of payment (inc. Bitcoin & cash)

Cons

  • Not too many discounts

Beaver Seeds is a flexible seed bank all around, from their methods of payments, to free shipping, and guaranteed delivery, with paid tracking. The germination rate is guaranteed and all shipping is discreet.

Shipping time is 7-25 days which means it could be there quickly – as the company implies their delivery time is better than average, or there could be instances where the package is late.

Overall, what we liked about Beaver Seeds was the customer service telephone line, which is operated 24-7 and is even linked to a US location. When you’re nervously waiting for cannabis seeds to be shipped in the mail, having customer support to speak to is really helpful.

9. Quebec Cannabis Seeds – Most Popular Cannabis Seeds Packs

  • Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Ships to: Worldwide
  • Shipping time to the USA: Up to 2 weeks

Pros

  • Guaranteed germination, 80% success rate
  • Founded 2013
  • Partners with Canada Grow Supplies for growing supplies
  • Very potent THC and CBD strains

Cons

  • No physical address provided

Quebec Cannabis Seeds stands by the quality of its seeds with a germination guarantee and assurance of expert packaging – the likes of which keeps the seeds fresh while hiding them in a DVD or card, for example.

Shipping time to the U.S. was also better than average, being about 14 days.

The company sold a number of bulk & mix packages and packs of 100, which are shipped discreetly and spread across a few packages. The most interesting aspect is the company’s Limited Edition line, which lets you buy rare marijuana seeds while they stay in supply.

Quebec Cannabis Seeds was founded in 2013, but still claims to have 15 years of experience in marijuana seed retail.

10. Marijuana Seeds NL – Best Free Seeds Deal

  • Location: London, U.K. (surprisingly)
  • Ships to: Worldwide
  • Shipping time to the USA: 6-25 working days

Pros

  • Started in 1999, the first online seed bank!
  • Loyalty program that gives credits back for purchases
  • Lower price than average
  • Good deals on shipping

Cons

  • Stealth shipping costs extra

While Marijuana Seeds NL isn’t the oldest seed bank brand, it is arguably the first successful marijuana seed bank, and with a name that is still trusted today.

Though the site is registered in The Netherlands, the company is actually based in the U.K. Customers can expect a rewards program, multiple payment options (with discounts for Bitcoin and wire transfers), and free seeds.

Buyers get 2 free feminized seeds with every order, 2 free auto-flowering seeds for orders over $75, and 4 feminized / 3 auto flower seeds for free when spending over $140.

You can also get free basic stealth shipping or discounted guaranteed delivery free shipping when ordering packs of seeds. Suffice it to say that you’ll have plenty of cannabis seeds to go around.

11. MaryJanesGarden – Easy Way to Order Cannabis Seeds Online

  • Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Ships to: Worldwide
  • Shipping time to the USA: Same day shipping, 1-3 weeks delivery

Pros

  • Guaranteed delivery with tracking
  • Established 2003
  • Only the best seeds are sent
  • Multiple payment options including Bitcoin and Paypal

Cons

  • No wire transfers

Mary Jane’s Garden may seem new but they’ve been selling seeds online since 2003, with a higher than average 90% successful delivery rate.

The company also boasts about their highest quality seeds, using the best production process, and the strictest quality control procedures on the market.

The company also has one of the fastest delivery dates for U.S. residents, within 3 weeks, but oftentimes within 1 week because of the close proximity.

The company even has an added customer support line, so you can always chat with a team member if something happens to go wrong.

12. Sonoma Seeds – Most Promising New Seeds Bank

  • Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Ships to: Worldwide
  • Shipping time to the USA: 7-14 days

Pros

  • Guaranteed germination
  • Telephone support line
  • 500+ strains, a high variety
  • Multiple payment options inc. Bitcoin & cash

Cons

  • Pricey shipping
  • Average seeds price
  • New company, founded 2019

Sonoma Seeds is admirable, simply because they ship anywhere, even though they can’t support every payment method. Still, Bitcoin is accepted and even cash through the mail, which means after payment is received, you get your seeds within 2 weeks.

That’s about as discreet as you can get.

Shipping is quick because of the proximity to the US and many different strains have been collected from all over the world. But Sonoma Seeds’ fast shipping to the U.S. is what impressed us the most… a promising company to watch.

FAQs About Buying Cannabis Seeds

If you’re curious about the logistics of buying cannabis seeds online, we have answers!

Are there any weed banks in the United States?

While many companies do seem to be a Canadian seed bank store, I Love Growing Marijuana and Rocket Seeds are both based in the United States and have a reputation for high-quality seeds.

As a result, their shipping to the US tends to be pretty fast (1-2 weeks or less).

Is it legal to buy cannabis seeds in any state?

Being in possession of cannabis seeds is not illegal, since they could be bought for collectible or research purposes. However, there are some complicated federal and state laws that might result in seed confiscation, or very rarely, some legal trouble.

Cannabis remains illegal at the federal level but legal in a number of U.S. states. No wonder all seed banks use stealth shipping to avoid legal hassles and confiscation.

What’s the safest way to pay for weed seeds?

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are the safest way to pay, since there would be no official record of you buying it, besides records maintained by the cryptocurrency wallet provider.

However, paying by cash or money order is also safe, generally speaking.

Are online seed banks legit?

Practically all the seed banks we reviewed are legitimate, have great to good customer reviews, and have been established for a few years – or in some cases, over 20 years.

Some online seed banks might not be legitimate, but the ones in this article are.

Do all reputable seed banks offer international shipping?

No, some seed banks have temporarily halted international shipping because of COVID, while others choose to only ship to the U.K., Europe, U.S. Australia, and New Zealand in order to avoid legal problems with countries with stricter cannabis laws.

Always check that your cannabis seed bank ships to your country before you buy weed seeds online.

Do all marijuana seed banks have multiple payment methods?

No, most companies stick to credit cards, Paypal, bank wire transfers, and other electronic funds transfer methods. Cryptocurrency usage is rising, however, as well as cash and money orders which are harder to trace.

Discretion is key when ordering marijuana seeds.

Is it safe to order seeds?

Generally yes, it is safe to order seeds online from reputable seed banks.

Stealth shipping involves sending seeds inside various “fake items”, like DVDs or Birthday Cards you didn’t order. Some companies constantly rotate their choice of gifts, in order not to alert delivery persons. The online seed bank also lists an alias name when charging your card or cryptocurrency account.

Sometimes seeds are confiscated, but that’s why most companies offer a delivery guarantee, with a paid tracking charge. Larger packs may also be separated into multiple packages arriving, since a large pack of pot seeds would be difficult to hide in one small gift item.

Remember you can also check online reviews of the best cannabis seed bank brands and which companies excelled at safety, shipping time, guaranteed products, and best of all, the quality of the seeds themselves.

Where to Buy Marijuana Seeds Online: The Takeaway

Our research found that I Love Growing Marijuana and Crop King Seeds were the best of the best weed seed bank stores, because of their germination and delivery guarantees, not to mention a wide variety of available strains.

ILGM also offered some cost-saving deals and gave away tons of help guides to help newcomers break into DIY marijuana plant growing.

Crop King Seeds and Seedsman both had an impressive number of strains and hard-to-find names for the experienced marijuana seeds connoisseur, with Seedsman boasting 1500+ marijuana strains.

The best weed seed sites should stand by their production processes. Anyone might be able to grow marijuana nowadays, thanks to autoflowers and feminized seeds, but not everyone can do it right.

We hope you find the perfect seed bank for your needs!

The news and editorial staffs of The Denver Post had no role in this post’s preparation.

Where to Buy Cannabis Seeds Online: 5 Best Seed Banks to Order Marijuana Seeds in the USA

This makes it difficult to find a reliable, high-quality seed bank in the United States, depending on an individual’s residing state.

The purpose of this review is to lay out the details of the top seed banks online.

How the Seed Banks Were Evaluated:

  1. Discussion with experts – Interviews and conversation with marijuana growers who order their seeds online.
  2. Website comparison – In-depth compare and contrast of online seed banks, evaluating delivery, strains, customer service, and more.

Top 5 Seed Banks Online

Below is a detailed list of the 5 best seed banks that will ship to the USA.

1. ILGM (I Love Growing Marijuana) – Best overall, most reliable

Robert Bergman is the founder of ILGM, which he started in 2012. He has more than 25 years of experience in the field and has learned many tips and tricks along the way.

Over time, his site has become one of the most trusted locations worldwide for Americans and Europeans buying marijuana seeds. There is an average delivery time of 10 days.

One thing that stands out about this site is the number of options and categories for all types of growers. On the main menu, consumers choose from beginner seeds, auto flowers, feminized seeds, medical seeds, mixed packs, grow kits, special deals, and seed-growing nutrients. All their seeds come with a germination guarantee and are authentic strains.

Also on offer are seeds for warm and cool climates, outdoor and indoor growing, high CBD, high yielding, high THC concentration, and more. Included in the top strains on offer are Blueberry Autoflower, Bergman’s Gold Leaf, Gorilla Glue, Girl Scout Cookies Extreme, and White Widow.

Also available are multiple purchase methods including credit and debit cards, bank deposits and transfers, and Bitcoin. Standard shipping is free, and tracked shipping costs $25.

Pros

    and promotions every month
  • Reputable company with a high rating
  • Money-back guarantee, and no dud seeds
  • Packaging is discreet
  • Free shipping to the US and Europe
  • Sells the best-known strains
  • Large variety of products
  • Growing guidebook and round-the-clock support

Cons

  • Not available in certain states
  • Tracking delivery costs $25

2. Crop King Seeds – Great variety of strains

This seed site is easy to use and offers loads of choices, from different seed types to germination guides. It is the perfect place to shop for beginner growers. Choose from high CBD strains, autoflower options, and more.

On the site, the company has a regulated review system with a structure worked into the database that does not allow for biased or paid reviewers to comment. This five-crown rating offers useful feedback from regular clients.

Use the filters when shopping to help narrow down which products are best. Regular shipping costs $10, express shipping is available at $30, and shipping is free on orders of over $300.

Pros

  • Free shipping on orders over $300
  • Germination rate of 80 percent
  • Special ranking and feedback system
  • Germination guide
  • THC-CBD infographics

Cons

  • Standard $10 delivery fee
  • One to two-week shipping time
  • Website is pretty basic, geared towards beginners only

3. Rocket Seeds – Best for discreet packaging and shipping

This Dutch company has been in business for over 20 years and sells a variety of seeds from feminized to outdoor, indoor, autoflowering, and more. They are known for their discreet shipping, where seeds are stored in random objects for confidentiality.

The website offers an entertaining quiz for consumers to find the best seeds for them. It includes details like weed preference and growing conditions. Not only is it a fun feature, but the quiz also helps beginners choose their seeds wisely.

Germination rate with MSNL is 90 percent, and all seeds are hand-checked by their Amsterdam-based staff. They stock all the major brands including Northern lights, Buddha, and White Widow. Each new order comes with a free surprise such as seeds and other products.

Delivery is free for bulk orders, while standard shipping is around $6.25. It normally takes around one to two weeks. Payment options include check, Bitcoin, bank wire, cash, debit and credit cards. Bitcoin users receive a 15 percent discount.

Pros

  • Stealth shipping
  • 15 percent discount for Bitcoin orders
  • High reputation since 1999
  • Fun quiz for choosing seeds
  • Cannabis Cup and High Times Cup award winners
  • Different shipping options available
  • Free seeds with new orders
  • Wide variety of products

Cons

  • International shipping is very slow
  • Only bulk deliveries get free shipping
  • Charts for seed strains are confusing

4. Seedsman – Best for specialized strains

This site is geared to users with experience and is one of the most trusted companies that ships to the US. Each year, growers can submit their crops in photo form to the “Photo Cup” competition.

Seedsman offers an enormous amount of licensed breeders, all listed in alphabetical order. For those on the lookout for a specific big-name breeder, Seedsman probably has it. Popular strains available include Sour Diesel, Skunk, and White Widow, along with a great selection of autoflowering and feminized seeds.

The company stocks specific categories and many award-winning seeds, including products for growing at high-altitude and mold-resistant strains.

Each purchase comes with free seeds and loyalty points. Two discounts are on offer for Bitcoin users, including 15 percent off with every order and 25 percent for the first purchase. On the downside, the delivery charge and insurance fee cost $8.98 and $9.04, respectively.

Pros

  • Special discounts for Bitcoin payments
  • Loyalty points system
  • Organized breeders’ list
  • Every order includes free seeds
  • Always plenty in stock
  • Storage jars, hemp bags, and other accessories available

Cons

  • Website is full of cheesy ads
  • Steep delivery charges and insurance
  • Reviews on the site seem biased

5. QCS (Quebec Cannabis Seeds) – Best for experienced growers

QCS has been supplying Canada and the rest of the world with great seeds for two decades, and their website has been active for 15 years. Choose from regular or special edition seeds, outdoor, indoor, feminized, autoflower, and much more.

The website allows for special strain requests that are not listed among the available products. QCS cares about their customers’ safety, too, offering discreet shipping.

Even though the company is Canadian, they accept payments in USD, so there is no need to worry about conversions.

Pros

  • Discreet name used for credit card purchases
  • 20 percent discount for Bitcoin customers
  • Decades of experience
  • Great variety of seeds available

Cons

  • Credit card fee of 3.8 percent
  • Minimum order of $70
  • $10 standard shipping option only
  • The website is basic with few additional details

Seed Banks FAQ

Q. How do Seed Banks Work in the USA?

A: Each state has their own laws regarding marijuana seeds, so most seed banks use an old souvenir law to get over the legal hurdles and do their business. As long as the seeds aren’t germinated they are free to mail them to you as a souvenir or for bird food/fish bait. Go to any major seed bank’s website such as ILGM and you will see a disclaimer page that announces this.

Q: Is It Safe to Buy Seeds Online?

A: Because of the many unreliable vendors selling low-quality products, it makes sense to wonder whether it’s safe to order seeds online. Fortunately, there’s minimal risk associated with ordering from online seed banks. Even customs laws shouldn’t be an issue. Some people are concerned that if their order is intercepted, they’ll end up on the law’s wrong side.

However, in most cases, the seeds won’t be detected. To guarantee this, most seed bank companies offer stealth shipping for customers worried about interception. It’s a discreet way of shipping orders where seeds are placed inside some ordinary objects like DVD cases before shipping; hence the package doesn’t raise suspicion.

Despite this, experts still advise customers against requesting expedited delivery or a shipping method that requires a signature. This helps avoid drawing attention to the package or being forced to sign for the delivery.

Individuals should also consider the payment method they’re using. Bitcoin is usually recommended as it’s encrypted and untraceable. Though, customers can choose to pay using credit cards since purchases are insured and protected.

Final Thoughts

ILGM is undoubtedly the best seed bank out there that offers US shipping. However, every site on this list is thoroughly vetted, high-reputed, and has a lot to offer.

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The best seed banks are precious – they’re like a good barber or mechanic. Once you find a great one, you stay with them for years to come. You nurture the relationship and cherish their essential service.

After all, they help you grow weed.

With this in mind, we’ve looked at various cannabis seed stores online, putting together a list of our top 11 best seed banks with US shipping. All of our entries offer cannabis seeds at great prices in secret “stealth packaging”.

Sneaky, eh? Let’s get to it!

First Look
If you’re impatient and just want to know our top 10, here you go:

  1. 10 free seeds with your order – ILGM
  2. 80% germination guarantee – Crop King Seeds
  3. Over 1,500+ strains from 65 sellers – Seedsman
  4. Discounts for Bitcoin users – Marijuana Seeds NL
  5. Global discreet shipping – Quebec Cannabis Seeds
  6. UK-based weed seed bank – Gorilla Seeds
  7. Very large selection – Attitude Seed Bank
  8. 4.5 out of 5 on TrustPilot – Herbie’s Seeds
  9. Dutch cannabis seed bank – Amsterdam Marijuana Seeds
  10. Frequent offers & promos – Seed City

Why Trust Us? What Do We Know About Weed Seeds Anyway?

For years, we’ve acted as a bridge connecting weed growers to reputable online seed banks.

We have reviewed most if not all the major stores to buy cannabis seeds online; contrasting their features, quality, and shipping policies against each other to pick out the best marijuana seed banks for growers like you.

So yeah, we’re pretty knowledgeable.

Our Ranking Criteria

The strain and type of weed seeds you desire vary from grower to grower, but there are some things that ALL good cannabis seed banks need to have:

Seed Quality – Are the Seeds Actually Good?

Seed quality is the heart of weed growing.

Good seed quality will in turn guarantee high germination success and high quality of weed flowers and products. Quality is usually a sign of commitment to customers and long-term success in the seed bank space.

Discreet Shipping – Will Your Seeds Be Seized in the Mail?

Seed banks that ship in discreet packaging give an extra aspect to ensure the safety of your seeds, especially when shipping to areas where the legality of weed is hazy. Even where weed is legal, you don’t want everyone seeing the contents of your packaging.

The best seed banks will hide your marijuana seeds in everyday items like DVD cases, toys, and other casual-looking items.

Satisfaction Guarantees – Does the Seed Bank Offer a Guarantee?

Assurances are a measure of a seed bank’s confidence in its ability to meet its customer’s needs. Guarantees like a germination guarantee or delivery guarantee are important for customers to have trust in the services of seed stores.

If you have a germination guarantee, you can buy with way more confidence.

Now let’s move on to our top recommendations!

11 Best Seed Banks to Buy Marijuana Seeds with US Shipping

1. I Love Growing Marijuana – Best Overall Seed Bank

Choose for…

  • Discreet packaging
  • Guaranteed delivery
  • Free US shipping
  • Wide seed variety

Unfortunately

  • Doesn’t ship to Canada or the UK

Seeds offered: Beginner┃Autoflower┃High THC┃Indoor┃Outdoor┃Indica┃Sativa┃High Yield┃CBD Hemp

I Love Growing Marijuana is the Harvard of online seed banks. With a wide variety of growing guides to help both experienced and new marijuana growers get the most out of their seeds.

Not only does ILGM offer marijuana seeds, but you can also get tailored grow kits to ensure your seeds germinate and give high yields on top of a 100% germination guarantee.

Free shipping? Yes. You won’t have to pay a dime to ship to the US. And for orders above $150, you will get free shipping to Australia with an extra option to track your shipment!

Better yet, there’s stealth shipping, so you won’t have to worry about ogling custom officers’ eyes. And in case your delivery doesn’t get to you, you’re protected by a delivery guarantee; thus, another shipment will be sent to you for FREE.

The beauty is, you get 10 FREE seeds when you buy auto-flowering seeds and feminized marijuana seeds, with 24/7 grow support to fall on if you encounter some growing challenges.

2. Crop King Seeds – Best Canadian Seed Bank

Choose for…

  • 80% germination rate
  • Discreet delivery
  • Toll-free customer support
  • Multiple payment methods

Unfortunately…

  • Relatively higher prices

Seeds offered: Autoflower┃Feminized┃Regular┃CBD┃Mix and Match

Crop King Seeds has been catering to people’s cannabis seed needs since 2005, with over 40 strains of its seeds being sold in over 300 stores across Canada

It’s one of the best Canadian seed banks for sure!

The cool thing is, you get quite a good range of strains, especially with auto-flowering and feminized seeds. If you’re confused on what seed to grow, opt for the mix and match seeds and grow a number of strains simultaneously!

New grower? Don’t fret. There are many guide instructions to help you grasp the ins and outs of marijuana growing in no time. With 24/7 customer support on standby just in case, you need a helping hand.

The icing on the cake is an 80% germination guarantee; so you can confidently farm knowing your seeds will sprout in abundance.

Have I told you that you can get free worldwide discreet shipping on orders above $200, with 10 free seeds on orders above $420?

3. Seedsman – Great for Specialized Marijuana Strains Cannabis Seeds

Choose for…

  • Up to 20% discount on orders
  • Discreet shipping
  • Worldwide shipping
  • Multiple payment methods

Unfortunately…

  • Additional shipping charges

Seeds offered: Feminized┃Autoflowers┃Regular┃Fast strains

Seedsman rules the kingdom of specialized strains. They now breed their seeds too, with an additional stock of 1500 strains sourced from over 65 seed banks across the globe!

Not only do they offer popular seeds, but you can also get medical seeds that can help ease the symptoms of anxiety, pain, arthritis, fatigue, and more.

The website has a strain finder feature for you to give you the initiative to look up seeds according to desired characteristics like High THC. Cool, aye?

Their worldwide shipping seasons it more. You can order your seeds from wherever in the neck of the woods. And not have to worry about customs confiscating your package since there’s discreet shipping with an option to track your order.

To cap it off, you will get at least a free seed and a 25% discount + 4 free seeds on Bitcoin purchases.

4. Marijuana Seeds NL – Most Impressive Stealth Shipping

Choose for…

  • Guaranteed stealth shipping
  • Quality genetics seed testing
  • Extra seeds on every order
  • Multiple payment options

Unfortunately…

  • International shipping takes a few weeks

Seeds offered: Feminized┃Autoflowered┃Regular┃High CBD

Marijuana Seeds NL tout themselves as the Original Seed bank, having been cultivating and producing their own weed seeds genetics for over 20 years, with a good range of strain types.

On the website is an informative blog section where you can get the latest news in the world of weed, with growing guides to help you make informed weed farming decisions.

MSNL seems to make its bones with its superior guaranteed international stealth shipping options, so you won’t have to fret over prying eyes while your package is in transit.

Here are some cool current offers. You get free seeds on any order you make, a 40% discount on West Coast strains, and 15% off all Bitcoin purchases!

Depending on where you are, you can start getting free shipping from orders above 55 pounds, with pretty fast delivery in the UK and Europe. All this is covered with a refund policy.

5. Quebec Cannabis Seeds – Top Seed Bank for Fast Same-Day Shipping

Choose for…

  • Fast discreet shipping
  • Weekly sales and promotions
  • High CBD medicinal seeds
  • 24 hours shipping

Unfortunately…

  • No refund policy

Seeds offered: Autoflower┃Feminized┃CBD┃Mixed Packs┃Outdoor

Quebec prides itself on high-quality marijuana seeds with a wide variety of seed strains.

This is warranted by the fact that apart from seeds grown for recreational purposes, you can find high CBD medical seeds to promote your well-being. And hybrid seeds that don’t need that much care when growing.

You are guaranteed an 80% germination rate. Which is assuring enough, but you can also get growing kits to take the utmost advantage of your seeds’ growth potential.

For orders above $200, you’ll get fast free worldwide discreet shipping, with extra seeds on orders above $150.

To cap it all, Quebec seeds has some great positive reviews, with an impressive 4.5 Trustpilot score.

6. Gorilla Seeds – Impressive New 420 Seed Bank

Choose for…

  • 100% discreet packaging guarantee
  • Fast international shipping
  • Low-cost strains
  • Good range of seed variety

Unfortunately

  • No delivery guarantee

Seeds offered: Autoflower┃Feminized┃HighCBD

Gorilla Seeds might be a newbie compared to other banks for marijuana seeds, but it seems to have found a sweet spot between affordability and high-quality cannabis.

There is a blog section on the site to walk you through the know-how of gorilla seeds, so you understand what seeds are best for you.

On every order you make, you’ll get extra seeds. The bigger the order, the more seeds you get. Better yet, you get free discreet shipping for orders above 99 pounds, with guaranteed fast international shipping.

If your package is damaged during shipping, their refund policy allows you to initiate a return within the first 7 days.

Also, privacy is guaranteed, but you can opt to make anonymous orders on cash or Bitcoin purchases. With a 17% off on Bitcoin purchases!

7. Attitude Seedbank – Great Value Pot Seeds

Choose for…

  • Regular seed bank offers
  • Large seed variety
  • Affordable prices
  • Multiple payment methods

Unfortunately…

  • A few negative customer support reviews

Seeds offered: Feminized┃Regular┃Autoflowers┃Pick and Mix

Attitude Seedbank bill themselves as the connection between the best weed genetics and clients. With thousands of seed strains currently on stock.

There’s a blog section on the site to help you get the latest news on new arrivals, payment options, growing guides, and more.

Also, there’s worldwide shipping, so you will be able to get your delivery anywhere. With an option for discreet shipping, which comes with a delivery guarantee. So in case your shipment gets lost, you get a reshipment.

The cool thing is, there are monthly promotions and regular offers. And you can be among the first to get notified about promos if you sign up for their newsletter.

8. Herbies Seeds – Great Seed Bank for Feminized Seeds

Herbies Seeds has been in the world of quality cannabis seeds for over 10 years. With more than 3000 cannabis seeds for sale on their website!

You’ll get free shipping on orders above 100 pounds in the UK and Europe. With stealth shipping and an option to track your order, which is quite a sport in countries with restrictive weed regulations.

The cherry on top is that all orders come with extra seeds, and you get bonus seeds on every 20 pounds spent.

There have been concerns over slow customer service. However, Herbies Seeds still has a 4.5 Trustpilot score!

9. Amsterdam Marijuana Seeds – Great Autoflowering Pot Seeds

Looking for great high-quality autoflowering seeds? You’ve hit the jackpot with Amsterdam Marijuana, with 25 years of experience in quality seeds.

You will have free worldwide shipping on all orders. Yes, even ship to the US with stealth shipping on the side to keep off straying eyes.

New to cannabis seeds growing? Don’t be worried. There’s a growing guide, to hold your hand through this journey and mold you into a weed growing expert.

However, you might find the seeds a bit on the pricey side, but a good harvest awaits if you can look past that.

10. Seed City – A-List Bank for Unique Cannabis Seeds

For over 10 years, Seed City has been the home of unique cannabis seeds, complemented with affordable pricing.

Seed City offers frequent promos and offers. With extra seeds on every order and up to 30% discount on purchases currently.

Stealth worldwide shipping? Definitely! Shop without any qualms of customs seizing your package.

The website can be overwhelming to some users, but to counter that, how does a 4.8 Trustpilot score sound?

11. Rocket Seeds – Best Reputable Site To Buy Cannabis Seeds

Rocket Seeds tout itself as the one-stop-shop for high-quality hemp seeds. With free worldwide shipping on orders above $200, and discreet shipping to go along with it.

When buying cannabis seeds with Expected Registered Shipping, you get guaranteed delivery, with free reshipment on lost or confiscated shipments.

In case of any challenges, there’s 24/7 customer support, including a live chat feature to use while you shop.

There are no germination guarantees, but you have a great germination guide to ensure most of your seeds sprout.

Best Cannabis Seed Banks – FAQs

How Do Seed Banks Work In the USA?

Seed banks work by breeding, drying, and conducting quality-controlled testing on cannabis seeds to check for their genetic purity.

These banks then seal these seeds in moisture-proof bags/containers. When a purchase is made, the seeds are usually packaged in discreet packaging and shipped to the buyer’s delivery location.

Can I Legally Buy Cannabis in Any State?

Although you can buy weed in most US states for either medical or recreational use. You can’t legally buy cannabis in all the states; Still, you can legally buy cannabis for medical use in 36/50 states in the US. And you can buy cannabis for recreational use in 18 US states.

What Seed Banks Are Legit?

There are a couple of legit seed stores currently. However, your best seed bank bet would be I Love Growing Marijuana, Crop King Seeds, and Seedsman to get high-quality seeds, a wide variety of strains, good shipping policies and even growing guides.

What’s the Safest Way To Pay?

The safest way to pay for your cannabis seeds varies. Nowadays, using an external payment processor, credit card payments are quite safe to use on online cannabis seed banks, since the seed bank will receive your payment without your credit card details and the payment processor immediately destroys the customer data.

However, if you are still skeptical about credit cards; Bitcoin, Cash, and Bank transfers are also good payment methods that guarantee anonymity.

What Cannabis Seeds Should I Buy?

Buying cannabis seeds online largely depends on your needs as a grower:

If you are relatively new to the art of growing your cannabis, get beginner-friendly seed strains like:

  • Northern lights seeds
  • Cinex
  • THC Bomb seeds
  • AK-47 seeds
  • Zkittlez seeds

Growing these seed strains is easier since they are popular, with potent THC levels, and can be able to survive in relatively harsh weather conditions. Better yet, most are autoflowering. So you won’t have to always keep an eye on them.

You can get these cannabis strains on most of the reviewed seed stores, e.g. I Love Growing Marijuana, Crop King Seeds, Seedsman, and even Quebec Seeds.

However, if you are experienced in growing weed. Then you should try out;

  • Blue dream feminized
  • Sour diesel feminized
  • Chemdawg
  • Pink kush
  • Master kush

These cannabis strains will usually require specialized care like being grown in a mild protected environment to ward off pests and regular scrutiny. However, if you see them through that budding phase you are guaranteed dense beautiful buds with a powerful high.

You can get these high THC strains on cannabis seed banks like I Love Growing Marijuana, Crop King Seeds, Marijuana Seeds NL, and more.

The Takeaway: Which Cannabis Seed Bank Is Best?

Whether you’ve grown weed before or you are inexperienced in the field of growing marijuana, with these seed stores you are assured to get that fulfillment that comes with nurturing and smoking your weed.

I Love Growing Marijuana just seems to have the best all-around marijuana seed bank features, especially with its high-quality seeds, impressive stealth shipping, and a resourceful growing guide.

However, if you want to get a seed bank that ships fast in Canada, then Crop King Seeds is also a great choice. With Seedsman being another top-notch seed bank if a wide variety of specialized strains is something you might fancy.

Harvesting your weed is the most beautiful thing ever, but don’t be selfish, share the tips and ideas you’ve discovered with some friends and build a healthy weed community.

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A guide to buying cannabis seeds

The first couple months of the year is a great time to start planning your cannabis garden to get a head start on the outdoor growing season, which roughly runs from March to November, depending on where you live.

Navigating the cannabis seed market can be challenging when states have different degrees of legality. This guide will answer your questions on buying seeds so you can be on your way to growing your own cannabis.

Is it legal to buy marijuana seeds?

Marijuana seeds are considered a cannabis product just like flower, edibles, and concentrates. Their legality depends on which state you live in. People living in states with adult-use legalization can buy, produce, and sell seeds within their own state, but seeds can’t cross state lines. People living in states with medical marijuana legalization can only buy seeds if they have a medical card.

Seed banks exist outside of the US and can sell them for “souvenir purposes,” but it is illegal to bring seeds into the US and Customs will seize any cannabis seeds they find in packages or on a person.

Where can I buy cannabis seeds?

Many world-renowned seed banks are overseas in the Netherlands, the UK, Spain, and other countries where cannabis laws are less restricted. Seed banks provide seeds from a variety of different breeders.

In states with adult-use legalization or a medical marijuana program, you can buy seeds within your own state, either at a dispensary or through a specific seed company’s website.

Can you buy cannabis seeds online?

Before you purchase seeds online, you’ll need to figure out what strain you want to grow and what breeder you want to buy from.

Because US federal law still prohibits cannabis, it can be hard to find information on seed banks and breeders. Breeders who have a long history and positive reputation are usually a good place to start.

Check out our explainer and buying guide to cannabis seed banks for more info on buying seeds.

To get an idea of what well-established breeders look like, check out:

Europe

  • Sensi Seeds
  • DNA Genetics
  • Dinafem
  • Green House Seeds

US

  • Southern Humboldt Seed Collective
  • Exotic Genetix

You can also do some research and find an online grow journal that details the whole growing process of a specific strain from a particular breeder. Through these, you’ll be able to look over another grower’s specific notes and see pictures of the final results.

If you grow some seeds and like the results, try growing another strain from that same breeder and see how it goes.

Do dispensaries sell cannabis seeds?

Some dispensaries in medical and adult-use states sell seeds, but not all. Be sure to check or call ahead to see if they sell seeds. Buying marijuana seeds at the dispensary is far more straightforward, however, your options will be more limited than shopping online.

Dispensary staff should be able to give you information on the seeds they’re selling, but keep in mind that a lot of dispensaries focus on selling flower and end-products. It’s a good idea to call ahead and talk to staff to see if they are knowledgeable about seeds and can give you specific information on growing.

How to look for quality genetics when buying marijuana seeds

Breeders talk about “unstable genetics,” meaning that a seed’s origin is unknown. Make sure that when you buy a packet of seeds that it or the breeder who produced them can list where the seeds came from and how they were crossed and/or backcrossed to get the seed that you hold in your hand. If you can’t get a seed’s history, it could be anything and the result of poor breeding practices.

An inexperienced breeder might cross a male and a female one time and sell the resulting seeds as a new hybrid strain, but professional breeders usually put their strains through several rounds of backcrossing to stabilize the genetics and ensure consistent plants that reflect those genetics.

Which strain should I grow?

Even one weed plant can produce a lot of buds come harvest time, so make sure you grow a strain you like. Note strains you enjoy when you pick something up at the dispensary or smoke with friends, and look for seeds of it when you want to start growing.

Some strains are easier to grow than others because they are more resistant to mold and pests, so if you’re new to growing, you may want to try an easier strain to start.

Some strains also take longer to grow than others. Depending on whether you’re growing indoors or outdoors, you may want to grow a quicker marijuana strain if you live in a climate that get cold and wet early in the season. For example, indicas are known for having a shorter flowering time than sativas.

All of this information should be available to you when buying quality seeds.

What’s the difference between regular, feminized, and autoflower seeds?

Regular seeds

If you buy a packet of regular seeds, they’ll come with a mix of males and females. A lot of cultivators prefer to grow these because they haven’t been backcrossed—essentially inbred—as much as feminized or autoflower seeds. You’ll need to sex out the seeds once their reproductive organs show during the flowering phase and discard the males—because they don’t produce buds and will pollenate females, resulting in seeded flowers.

Feminized seeds

Seeds can come feminized, meaning you can just put them in soil and start growing for buds. These seeds are guaranteed to be bud-producing females and growing them cuts out the step of having to sex out plants and discard the males.

It also reduces the risk of having a stray male sneak into your crop—just one male can pollinate a huge crop, causing your females to focus their energies on producing seeds instead of buds.

Autoflower seeds

Autoflower plants change from the vegetative to flowering state with age, not the changing of their light cycle. They have a short grow-to-harvest time and can be ready to harvest in as little as 2 ½ to 3 months from when you put the seeds in the ground. The downside is that, typically, they are less potent, but autoflower seeds are great for people who want to grow cannabis but don’t want to spend a lot of time doing it.

How much do marijuana seeds cost?

Cannabis seeds usually come in a pack of 10 or 12 seeds and start at around $40 a pack and go up from there. Some high-end genetics can run between $200 to $500 a pack.

Feminized and autoflower seeds will cost more because more breeding work was put in to creating them and they take less time for the grower to get buds.

How many seeds should I buy? Are they all going to survive?

When you grow any amount of seeds, a percentage of them won’t germinate, even if you get them from a reputable breeder. Always count on a few not germinating or dying off, or roughly 1/4 of the total you put in the ground.

When growing regular seeds, some won’t germinate and some will have to be discarded because they’ll turn out to be males. With feminized seeds, some won’t germinate, but a higher percentage of them will turn into flowering plants because there won’t be any males.

If you want six total cannabis plants to harvest for buds and are growing from regular seeds, start with about 4 times as many, or 24 seeds. Some won’t germinate and some will turn out to be males, and then you’ll want to discard down to the six best phenotypes. If growing feminized seeds, you can probably start with about twice as many seeds in this case (about 12); a couple won’t germinate, and then discard down to the six best phenotypes.

Make sure to always stay within your state’s legal limit of growing plants.

How do I buy strain-specific cannabis seeds?

Strains like Blue Dream, Gelato, and Original Glue have gained in popularity in recent years. Check out these resources on how to buy these types of cannabis seeds:

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The Difference Between Male and Female Weed Plants

Cannabis plants have evolved enormously over the past couple of decades, mainly thanks to human kind. We’ve spent years combining different species from all over the planet. Every strain has its own specific characteristics, such as structure, type of buds, flavor and effects. When you combine male and female weed plants that are different strains, the new creation takes on characteristics from both, allowing us to create totally new plants.

One of the biggest achievements has been the appearance of feminized plants; after years and years of work, cannabis seeds can be created to have a 99% chance to be female. You need to know how to tell male from female plants when growing regular seeds, as you’ll only get actual psychoactive weed from the female flowers. Male plants pollinate female plants, which fills their flowers up with seeds so if you’re looking to make the most of your plants you’ll want to keep them away from each other. Hopefully we can help you to tell the difference between male and female weed plants by the end of this article; it’s not that hard, but if it’s not explained correctly it can be a bit confusing.

What’s the difference between male and female weed plants?

Male Cannabis

Male plants essentially produce pollen which is needed for cannabis plants to naturally reproduce; seeds occur when there are male plants in the mix. If you want to make your own seeds you will need a male plant However, if you’re growing regular plants and want to harvest flowers, we recommend getting rid of any males as soon as possible. You won’t be able to tell them apart until they begin to flower, which is when plants begin to show their sex. Male weed plants grow “balls” that open up to let their pollen out, ending up looking like a small bunch of flowers. You’ll need to get rid of them way before this happens. If they manage to release their pollen it’ll be too late. They can take up to three weeks to burst. If you’re still not sure how to tell them apart, male flowers do not have any pistils on them at all.

Female Cannabis

Female plants are basically what everyone is after when growing cannabis, as these are the ones that make buds, which is the part of the plant that contains the most THC. With just one male plant and a minuscule amount of pollen, your plants might end up filling their flowers with seeds. If you have male and female plants in the same growing area, the buds grown there will only produce seeds so you won’t be able to smoke any of it. You can tell females apart due to the fact that their flowers don’t fully close, they’re actually quite open and they produce little hairs called pistils. They’re incredibly easy to recognize, as the first thing they produce are their pistils, which male plants do not have at all.

Hermaphrodite Cannabis

Hermaphrodites are a type of plant that contains both male and female flowers, so they will produce buds but they will also pollinate those buds and the rest of your plants. Plants may naturally become hermaphrodites or be turned into one due to stress. Both female and male plants can turn. Thai strains are more genetically inclined to become hermaphrodites, although any strain can turn when stressed enough. There are many factors that can stress out your plants and end up turning them, such as extra light when they’re supposed to be in the night cycle, too much or not enough water, certain insects or pathogens, watering with cold water, or even a badly done transplant. Hermaphrodites aren’t the best type of plants to keep around, as they can produce buds but it’s definitely a risk because they might pollinate the rest of your plants. We recommend getting rid of them; it’s not worth it just for a little bit more weed.

It may seem confusing, but it really isn’t hard to tell male and female weed plants apart; they are quite different. Planting regular seeds has its benefits, as well as feminized has its inconveniences; you can get much larger yields with feminized plants as you’re guaranteed no male plants. Although, keep in mind that feminized seeds haven’t been through a 100% natural process to become female, which may affect the quality of your weed. This is why many cannabis connoisseurs haven’t made the leap from regular to feminized yet; they prefer to harvest slightly less yield that’s more potent and delicious.

However, feminized strains are a great option for rookie growers. Some seed banks, such as Nirvana seeds, Seedsman, Barney’s Farm, Ministry of Cannabis, Exotic Seeds or GB Strains offer amazing and affordable seeds that will provide fantastic results. If you are on a budget, check out our Cheap Seeds section. CBD Seeds are a great alternative for users interested on cannabis therapeutic uses.

Hemp Seeds, on the other hand, are perfect to produce sustainable fibers and make CBD products.

What do I do with a Male Cannabis Plant?

When it comes to cannabis, female plants produce flowers (or buds) and males produce pollen. Unless you plan on breeding, male cannabis plants will release pollen into the growing area and produce unwanted seeds in nearby female flowers. Cannabis flowers with seeds are usually lower in potency and less desirable. Male plants in a flowering room should removed as soon as they are identified.

You will only get a male cannabis plant is you grow from a non-feminized seed. In today’s world, if you get a clone from a trusted friend or local shop, they will always grow to be a female plant. Male and female plants can be easily identified in early flowering by looking for the following characteristics below:

Male cannabis plants have stamens and female plants have calyxes. To the untrained eye, an early calyx and stamen can look quite similar. As the cannabis plant begins to mature, multiple stamens will begin to appear on the males and the females will have pistols emerge from their calyxes. Over time the stamens will fill with pollen and eventually open, releasing it into the growing environment. Once a plant shows clear male characteristics, it should be removed from the flowering area and potentially used for future breeding projects.

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Where to Buy Cannabis Seeds Online: 5 Best Seed Banks to Order Marijuana Seeds in the USA

This makes it difficult to find a reliable, high-quality seed bank in the United States, depending on an individual’s residing state.

The purpose of this review is to lay out the details of the top seed banks online.

How the Seed Banks Were Evaluated:

  1. Discussion with experts – Interviews and conversation with marijuana growers who order their seeds online.
  2. Website comparison – In-depth compare and contrast of online seed banks, evaluating delivery, strains, customer service, and more.

Top 5 Seed Banks Online

Below is a detailed list of the 5 best seed banks that will ship to the USA.

1. ILGM (I Love Growing Marijuana) – Best overall, most reliable

Robert Bergman is the founder of ILGM, which he started in 2012. He has more than 25 years of experience in the field and has learned many tips and tricks along the way.

Over time, his site has become one of the most trusted locations worldwide for Americans and Europeans buying marijuana seeds. There is an average delivery time of 10 days.

One thing that stands out about this site is the number of options and categories for all types of growers. On the main menu, consumers choose from beginner seeds, auto flowers, feminized seeds, medical seeds, mixed packs, grow kits, special deals, and seed-growing nutrients. All their seeds come with a germination guarantee and are authentic strains.

Also on offer are seeds for warm and cool climates, outdoor and indoor growing, high CBD, high yielding, high THC concentration, and more. Included in the top strains on offer are Blueberry Autoflower, Bergman’s Gold Leaf, Gorilla Glue, Girl Scout Cookies Extreme, and White Widow.

Also available are multiple purchase methods including credit and debit cards, bank deposits and transfers, and Bitcoin. Standard shipping is free, and tracked shipping costs $25.

Pros

    and promotions every month
  • Reputable company with a high rating
  • Money-back guarantee, and no dud seeds
  • Packaging is discreet
  • Free shipping to the US and Europe
  • Sells the best-known strains
  • Large variety of products
  • Growing guidebook and round-the-clock support

Cons

  • Not available in certain states
  • Tracking delivery costs $25

2. Crop King Seeds – Great variety of strains

This seed site is easy to use and offers loads of choices, from different seed types to germination guides. It is the perfect place to shop for beginner growers. Choose from high CBD strains, autoflower options, and more.

On the site, the company has a regulated review system with a structure worked into the database that does not allow for biased or paid reviewers to comment. This five-crown rating offers useful feedback from regular clients.

Use the filters when shopping to help narrow down which products are best. Regular shipping costs $10, express shipping is available at $30, and shipping is free on orders of over $300.

Pros

  • Free shipping on orders over $300
  • Germination rate of 80 percent
  • Special ranking and feedback system
  • Germination guide
  • THC-CBD infographics

Cons

  • Standard $10 delivery fee
  • One to two-week shipping time
  • Website is pretty basic, geared towards beginners only

3. Rocket Seeds – Best for discreet packaging and shipping

This Dutch company has been in business for over 20 years and sells a variety of seeds from feminized to outdoor, indoor, autoflowering, and more. They are known for their discreet shipping, where seeds are stored in random objects for confidentiality.

The website offers an entertaining quiz for consumers to find the best seeds for them. It includes details like weed preference and growing conditions. Not only is it a fun feature, but the quiz also helps beginners choose their seeds wisely.

Germination rate with MSNL is 90 percent, and all seeds are hand-checked by their Amsterdam-based staff. They stock all the major brands including Northern lights, Buddha, and White Widow. Each new order comes with a free surprise such as seeds and other products.

Delivery is free for bulk orders, while standard shipping is around $6.25. It normally takes around one to two weeks. Payment options include check, Bitcoin, bank wire, cash, debit and credit cards. Bitcoin users receive a 15 percent discount.

Pros

  • Stealth shipping
  • 15 percent discount for Bitcoin orders
  • High reputation since 1999
  • Fun quiz for choosing seeds
  • Cannabis Cup and High Times Cup award winners
  • Different shipping options available
  • Free seeds with new orders
  • Wide variety of products

Cons

  • International shipping is very slow
  • Only bulk deliveries get free shipping
  • Charts for seed strains are confusing

4. Seedsman – Best for specialized strains

This site is geared to users with experience and is one of the most trusted companies that ships to the US. Each year, growers can submit their crops in photo form to the “Photo Cup” competition.

Seedsman offers an enormous amount of licensed breeders, all listed in alphabetical order. For those on the lookout for a specific big-name breeder, Seedsman probably has it. Popular strains available include Sour Diesel, Skunk, and White Widow, along with a great selection of autoflowering and feminized seeds.

The company stocks specific categories and many award-winning seeds, including products for growing at high-altitude and mold-resistant strains.

Each purchase comes with free seeds and loyalty points. Two discounts are on offer for Bitcoin users, including 15 percent off with every order and 25 percent for the first purchase. On the downside, the delivery charge and insurance fee cost $8.98 and $9.04, respectively.

Pros

  • Special discounts for Bitcoin payments
  • Loyalty points system
  • Organized breeders’ list
  • Every order includes free seeds
  • Always plenty in stock
  • Storage jars, hemp bags, and other accessories available

Cons

  • Website is full of cheesy ads
  • Steep delivery charges and insurance
  • Reviews on the site seem biased

5. QCS (Quebec Cannabis Seeds) – Best for experienced growers

QCS has been supplying Canada and the rest of the world with great seeds for two decades, and their website has been active for 15 years. Choose from regular or special edition seeds, outdoor, indoor, feminized, autoflower, and much more.

The website allows for special strain requests that are not listed among the available products. QCS cares about their customers’ safety, too, offering discreet shipping.

Even though the company is Canadian, they accept payments in USD, so there is no need to worry about conversions.

Pros

  • Discreet name used for credit card purchases
  • 20 percent discount for Bitcoin customers
  • Decades of experience
  • Great variety of seeds available

Cons

  • Credit card fee of 3.8 percent
  • Minimum order of $70
  • $10 standard shipping option only
  • The website is basic with few additional details

Seed Banks FAQ

Q. How do Seed Banks Work in the USA?

A: Each state has their own laws regarding marijuana seeds, so most seed banks use an old souvenir law to get over the legal hurdles and do their business. As long as the seeds aren’t germinated they are free to mail them to you as a souvenir or for bird food/fish bait. Go to any major seed bank’s website such as ILGM and you will see a disclaimer page that announces this.

Q: Is It Safe to Buy Seeds Online?

A: Because of the many unreliable vendors selling low-quality products, it makes sense to wonder whether it’s safe to order seeds online. Fortunately, there’s minimal risk associated with ordering from online seed banks. Even customs laws shouldn’t be an issue. Some people are concerned that if their order is intercepted, they’ll end up on the law’s wrong side.

However, in most cases, the seeds won’t be detected. To guarantee this, most seed bank companies offer stealth shipping for customers worried about interception. It’s a discreet way of shipping orders where seeds are placed inside some ordinary objects like DVD cases before shipping; hence the package doesn’t raise suspicion.

Despite this, experts still advise customers against requesting expedited delivery or a shipping method that requires a signature. This helps avoid drawing attention to the package or being forced to sign for the delivery.

Individuals should also consider the payment method they’re using. Bitcoin is usually recommended as it’s encrypted and untraceable. Though, customers can choose to pay using credit cards since purchases are insured and protected.

Final Thoughts

ILGM is undoubtedly the best seed bank out there that offers US shipping. However, every site on this list is thoroughly vetted, high-reputed, and has a lot to offer.

A guide to buying cannabis seeds

The first couple months of the year is a great time to start planning your cannabis garden to get a head start on the outdoor growing season, which roughly runs from March to November, depending on where you live.

Navigating the cannabis seed market can be challenging when states have different degrees of legality. This guide will answer your questions on buying seeds so you can be on your way to growing your own cannabis.

Is it legal to buy marijuana seeds?

Marijuana seeds are considered a cannabis product just like flower, edibles, and concentrates. Their legality depends on which state you live in. People living in states with adult-use legalization can buy, produce, and sell seeds within their own state, but seeds can’t cross state lines. People living in states with medical marijuana legalization can only buy seeds if they have a medical card.

Seed banks exist outside of the US and can sell them for “souvenir purposes,” but it is illegal to bring seeds into the US and Customs will seize any cannabis seeds they find in packages or on a person.

Where can I buy cannabis seeds?

Many world-renowned seed banks are overseas in the Netherlands, the UK, Spain, and other countries where cannabis laws are less restricted. Seed banks provide seeds from a variety of different breeders.

In states with adult-use legalization or a medical marijuana program, you can buy seeds within your own state, either at a dispensary or through a specific seed company’s website.

Can you buy cannabis seeds online?

Before you purchase seeds online, you’ll need to figure out what strain you want to grow and what breeder you want to buy from.

Because US federal law still prohibits cannabis, it can be hard to find information on seed banks and breeders. Breeders who have a long history and positive reputation are usually a good place to start.

Check out our explainer and buying guide to cannabis seed banks for more info on buying seeds.

To get an idea of what well-established breeders look like, check out:

Europe

  • Sensi Seeds
  • DNA Genetics
  • Dinafem
  • Green House Seeds

US

  • Southern Humboldt Seed Collective
  • Exotic Genetix

You can also do some research and find an online grow journal that details the whole growing process of a specific strain from a particular breeder. Through these, you’ll be able to look over another grower’s specific notes and see pictures of the final results.

If you grow some seeds and like the results, try growing another strain from that same breeder and see how it goes.

Do dispensaries sell cannabis seeds?

Some dispensaries in medical and adult-use states sell seeds, but not all. Be sure to check or call ahead to see if they sell seeds. Buying marijuana seeds at the dispensary is far more straightforward, however, your options will be more limited than shopping online.

Dispensary staff should be able to give you information on the seeds they’re selling, but keep in mind that a lot of dispensaries focus on selling flower and end-products. It’s a good idea to call ahead and talk to staff to see if they are knowledgeable about seeds and can give you specific information on growing.

How to look for quality genetics when buying marijuana seeds

Breeders talk about “unstable genetics,” meaning that a seed’s origin is unknown. Make sure that when you buy a packet of seeds that it or the breeder who produced them can list where the seeds came from and how they were crossed and/or backcrossed to get the seed that you hold in your hand. If you can’t get a seed’s history, it could be anything and the result of poor breeding practices.

An inexperienced breeder might cross a male and a female one time and sell the resulting seeds as a new hybrid strain, but professional breeders usually put their strains through several rounds of backcrossing to stabilize the genetics and ensure consistent plants that reflect those genetics.

Which strain should I grow?

Even one weed plant can produce a lot of buds come harvest time, so make sure you grow a strain you like. Note strains you enjoy when you pick something up at the dispensary or smoke with friends, and look for seeds of it when you want to start growing.

Some strains are easier to grow than others because they are more resistant to mold and pests, so if you’re new to growing, you may want to try an easier strain to start.

Some strains also take longer to grow than others. Depending on whether you’re growing indoors or outdoors, you may want to grow a quicker marijuana strain if you live in a climate that get cold and wet early in the season. For example, indicas are known for having a shorter flowering time than sativas.

All of this information should be available to you when buying quality seeds.

What’s the difference between regular, feminized, and autoflower seeds?

Regular seeds

If you buy a packet of regular seeds, they’ll come with a mix of males and females. A lot of cultivators prefer to grow these because they haven’t been backcrossed—essentially inbred—as much as feminized or autoflower seeds. You’ll need to sex out the seeds once their reproductive organs show during the flowering phase and discard the males—because they don’t produce buds and will pollenate females, resulting in seeded flowers.

Feminized seeds

Seeds can come feminized, meaning you can just put them in soil and start growing for buds. These seeds are guaranteed to be bud-producing females and growing them cuts out the step of having to sex out plants and discard the males.

It also reduces the risk of having a stray male sneak into your crop—just one male can pollinate a huge crop, causing your females to focus their energies on producing seeds instead of buds.

Autoflower seeds

Autoflower plants change from the vegetative to flowering state with age, not the changing of their light cycle. They have a short grow-to-harvest time and can be ready to harvest in as little as 2 ½ to 3 months from when you put the seeds in the ground. The downside is that, typically, they are less potent, but autoflower seeds are great for people who want to grow cannabis but don’t want to spend a lot of time doing it.

How much do marijuana seeds cost?

Cannabis seeds usually come in a pack of 10 or 12 seeds and start at around $40 a pack and go up from there. Some high-end genetics can run between $200 to $500 a pack.

Feminized and autoflower seeds will cost more because more breeding work was put in to creating them and they take less time for the grower to get buds.

How many seeds should I buy? Are they all going to survive?

When you grow any amount of seeds, a percentage of them won’t germinate, even if you get them from a reputable breeder. Always count on a few not germinating or dying off, or roughly 1/4 of the total you put in the ground.

When growing regular seeds, some won’t germinate and some will have to be discarded because they’ll turn out to be males. With feminized seeds, some won’t germinate, but a higher percentage of them will turn into flowering plants because there won’t be any males.

If you want six total cannabis plants to harvest for buds and are growing from regular seeds, start with about 4 times as many, or 24 seeds. Some won’t germinate and some will turn out to be males, and then you’ll want to discard down to the six best phenotypes. If growing feminized seeds, you can probably start with about twice as many seeds in this case (about 12); a couple won’t germinate, and then discard down to the six best phenotypes.

Make sure to always stay within your state’s legal limit of growing plants.

How do I buy strain-specific cannabis seeds?

Strains like Blue Dream, Gelato, and Original Glue have gained in popularity in recent years. Check out these resources on how to buy these types of cannabis seeds:

‘Times are really, really tough’: Plummeting cannabis prices strain small Northern California farmers

Humboldt County’s cannabis farmers are struggling to break even as prices per pound continue to fall as a result of the oversaturated market. Jason Gellman, owner and operator of Ridgeline Farms in Southern Humboldt County, said he is barely breaking even. (Jason Gellman — Contributed)

Humboldt County cannabis farmers are drowning in a flooded market. As the price of cannabis continues to fall, small farmers struggling to stay afloat fear for the sustainability of their future.

Jason Gellman, a second-generation cannabis farmer and owner of Ridgeline Farms in Southern Humboldt, has watched the cannabis industry evolve since he was a kid. He admitted that he has an advantage because his brand is well known throughout the region and much of the state. Even still, he said he’s struggling to sell his crop.

“Times are really, really tough for small farmers,” he said. “Most of us are in the red right now and if you are lucky enough to sell your product, it seems to be the average price per pound is around $700 which is way, way down. The county wants their money, the state wants their money, the banks want their money, the trimmers need to be paid and all of the other fees. For a small farmer, it costs around $500 to grow a pound. It’s barely paying the bills.”

In June, the wholesale price for cannabis from last year’s harvest dropped from around $1,200 a pound when the 2021 light deprivation or “dep” crop began to hit the market, according to Humboldt County Growers Alliance executive director Natalynne DeLapp.

“The wholesale price for 2021 deps is between $650 and $750 a pound,” she said. “The wholesale price for 2020 AAA grade flower is between $400 and $500 a pound, otherwise as low as $200 to $400 per pound. Some farmers are having their 2020 harvest returned from distributors because they are unable to sell it. This is after paying for trimming ($70 to $200 per pound), testing and paying state harvest taxes ($154 per pound).”

DeLapp attributed the dramatic fall in price to “massive overproduction” across the state.

“California farmers are producing four to five times more cannabis than our legal market can consume,” she said. “Simple supply and demand economics demonstrates when your supply outpaces your demand, the prices go down. The question of survivability is in question.”

Currently, there are 1,775 acres of cannabis licensed by the state – 435 of which are in Humboldt County – which conservatively produces more than 6 million pounds of cannabis annually, however, California only consumes approximately 2.5 million pounds of cannabis annually, DeLapp said, citing data from the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s 2017 Standard Regulatory Impact Analysis.

“Not all cannabis consumed in California is purchased at legal retailers, so a very conservative estimate is that we’re producing twice what the legal market can consume, but in reality, it’s probably worse than that,” DeLapp explained. “The bulk of this overproduction is attributable to large-scale farms outside the Emerald Triangle, on the Central Coast and elsewhere, where it’s common for single farms to be permitted for dozens of acres. These areas are continuing to bring hundreds of acres of new production online despite the fact that there’s no market for new large-scale production.”

How did we get here?

To understand how cannabis producers reached this point of overproduction, DeLapp said it is essential to understand the history of cannabis in California.

“The cannabis industry began the process of engaging with local and state legislature to develop a regulatory structure for cannabis,” she explained. “Proposition 215 was passed in 1996, which authorized the compassionate use and cultivation of cannabis but it was largely unregulated until the Medical Marijuana Regulation Safety Act was signed by law by Gov. Jerry Brown in October 2015.”

Simultaneously, Humboldt County was developing the state’s first cannabis land use ordinance in anticipation of state legalization which the Board of Supervisors signed into law in February 2016. By August 2016, more than 2,500 pre-existing farms had signed up with the county and initiated the process of coming into compliance.

Proposition 64 legalized the recreational use of cannabis in November 2016.

“Prop. 64 eliminated the prohibition on vertical integration and also made promises to the cannabis industry that unlimited cultivation would not be allowed until 2023,” DeLapp said. “…Starting January 2018, the acreage cap was eliminated. When that acreage cap was eliminated it allowed CDFA to start accepting stacked licensing which is what allowed for these very, very large farms to come online. When we’re asking why there is an overproduction problem it is because of Prop. 64 and the removal of the acreage cap that failed to rein cannabis production in the state of California.”

Come 2023, the state will allow even larger “Type 5” cultivation licenses to be issued. Gellman fears this shift could open the door for unlimited cultivation.

“We got to hold the line on prices, there has to be a cap on square footage or a cap on licenses,” he said. “If the state allows unlimited cultivation come in 2023, we can just kiss this industry goodbye but right now we still have a fighting chance.”

Although the future remains uncertain, Jason Gellman said he will not give up his farm or his passion for growing quality cannabis. (Jason Gellman — Contributed)

Calls for action

While small farmers like Gellman are demanding a cap on acreage, DeLapp leaned toward a shift in strategy and called for short and long-term solutions to better support small farmers.

“The light at the end of the tunnel is interstate and international commerce,” DeLapp said. “We’re still probably two to three years away from that, so the big question is how the county can support farmers to keep their heads above water until then, and how we can use the time we have to build a craft Humboldt cannabis brand so that we hit the ground running when those new markets open up.”

The Humboldt County Grower’s Alliance is hoping to win the bid to market the county’s cannabis. DeLapp said the best thing the county can do to build long-term resilience for the industry is to go all-in on developing her organization’s strategy.

“Humboldt’s cannabis businesses cannot compete in a commodity market,” she said. “What makes Humboldt special is our terroir, our story, and our history — that cannot be replicated elsewhere.”

As the county works towards these goals, farmers need relief.

“Humboldt County seems to be one of the harder counties to get your full permits. That came with so many costs and so much money we’ve had to put into the permitting process which drained a lot of our savings prior to this,” Gellman said. “I still haven’t completed all of the county’s requirements for my permit after six years and I have a (9,600 square foot) farm. … It just seems like everybody’s taking from the farmer and we aren’t making the money back.”

Every dollar counts, DeLapp said.

“The county can support efforts at the state and federal levels to bring relief to farmers,” she said. “At the state level, it’s essential that the cultivation tax is eliminated — no matter how low the price of cannabis drops, the state still taxes cultivation at a flat rate of $154 per pound. And at the federal level, we need a legalization bill that recognizes cannabis as an agricultural activity which would provide protection for small farmers rather than pushing the industry towards further consolidation.”

DeLapp also called on the county to give farmers some wiggle room to complete compliance agreements for “big-ticket items,” such as road improvements and culvert replacements and for the county’s Planning and Building Department to reassess how it bills for services related to cannabis permitting.

Gellman agreed, noting that the county and state should provide incentives for smaller farms.

“If you’re 10,000 square feet and under there should be some kind of tax breaks available since you’re growing less product,” he said. “…There are a lot of really good people that have given their life savings to get their farms in order and because of that I blame the county because it could have been a lot easier but they just keep taking and taking.”

As bleak as things may seem, Gellman said he doesn’t plan on giving up his farm.

“I’m so highly invested and this is what I know, this is what a lot of us know and what a lot of us have been doing our whole lives, so we’re not just going to start a new career all of the sudden in our 40s,” he said. “We’re still in a beautiful place, we’re surrounded by friends and family, so we’ll make it. We’ll survive one way or the other. We were very poor growing up as young kids here and we still had a great childhood, we’ll just have to change our ways a little bit and make sure we keep the quality of our product. It’s quality over quantity.”

Humboldt County Planning and Building director John Ford did not respond to the Times-Standard’s request for comment ahead of print deadline.

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Charrywine marijuana seed

Feminized Cherry Wine Hemp Seeds

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All of our seeds have a super high germination rate and are 99.9% feminized.

All seeds are sold by packets containing 100 seeds each

Description: Cherry Wine Hemp is a classic and one of the most commonly used strains for hemp growers across the USA, since it tends to run higher in CBD, while staying below the required .3% THC. The aroma is full of sweet cherries with a hint of pepper.

Genetics: The Wife x Charlotte’s Cherries. Sativa-dominant hybrid.

Effects: Relaxing, pain-relief, stress-relief, happy/euphoric, and focused

Growing: Cherry Wine is a fast grower and very resilient. It’s a full term strain, taking about 9 weeks to flower. Great for indoor or outdoor operations.

**Disclaimer: While all of our products have passed compliance tests and haven’t tested “hot”, different environments can trigger a THC spike, thus we always recommend testing 3-5 weeks prior to harvest.

Cherry Wine S1 Feminized High CBD Hemp Seed

The Cherry Wine S1 hemp strain is the classic cross of The Wife X Charlotte’s Cherries. With a sweet terpene profile, it is another strain we are offering that will produce high quality flower. We believe this was the most widely planted hemp strain in the US in the last 4 years.

All our Cherry Wine hemp seed is bred from our F1 ‘Bohdi’s Cut’ genetics, this is the original Cherry Wine phenotype from Colorado. Working from the original F1, we produce a stable and consistent female hemp seed.

Our Colorado Cherry Wine strain has tested out as a 25:1 CBD:THC strain, producing +16% CBD under optimum growing conditions. Our pricing is based on the quantity purchased.

  • 100% feminized seed
  • normal September-October harvest window
  • expect growth from 4′ to 6′ tall
  • plant on 4′ to 5′ centers (see Hemp Field Layout and Plant Count)
  • expect 2 lb – 4+ lb yield per plant
  • cherry taste and fragrant flower with high CBD oil content
  • high mold, mildew and rot resistance
  • most widely cultivated hemp strain over the past 4 years
  • +16% CBD production with optimal growing conditions
  • consistent and stable S1 hemp strain phenotype
If you would like to make a bulk purchase, please contact us at (719) 217-0207 Call Now – Our sales staff is available 24/7 from March through June.
We Ship – Priority Mail – 3 Day

To purchase Cherry Wine S1 feminized hemp seeds from our online store, select the Starter Pack or Farmer Pack size you want to buy and click the Add to cart button at the bottom of this page.

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Ocd seeds

Ocd seeds

Certain dietary factors are believed to have an impact on the development or exacerbation of obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD. OCD is an anxiety disorder that manifests in obsessions, or repetitive, intrusive thoughts and compulsions, or repetitive, uncontrollable behaviors. According to the Association for Comprehensive Neurotherapy, a diet rich in whole grains and protein may be beneficial for reducing symptoms of OCD and preventing anxious reactions.

Serotonin and OCD

Serotonin is an important mood-regulating neurotransmitter produced in your brain. The production of serotonin is influenced by dietary intake of the essential amino acid tryptophan. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, your body converts tryptophan into 5-hydroxytryptophan, which is subsequently converted into serotonin. Serotonin is crucial for relaying signals between your brain cells. It plays an important role in regulating sleep, mood, pain, appetite and anxiety. Interestingly, people who suffer from OCD may be deficient in serotonin. FamilyDoctor.org says serotonin may help prevent people from performing compulsive behaviors.

Foods That Influence Serotonin

The amino acid tryptophan, which has a direct influence on the production of serotonin, is present in a variety of foods, including protein-rich foods like turkey, chicken, milk, eggs and cottage cheese; whole grains like brown rice and quinoa; beans and legumes; pumpkin; sunflower and sesame seeds; nuts; and root vegetables, according to Dr. Henry Emmons in his book, “The Chemistry of Joy: A Three-Step Program for Overcoming Depression Through Western Science and Eastern Wisdom.” Increasing your intake of these foods can increase serotonin production in your brain, potentially resulting in a beneficial reduction in symptoms of OCD.

Hypoglycemia and OCD

Another interesting theory regarding the development of OCD is impact of the excessive secretion of adrenalin on hypoglycemia. According to clinical nutritionist Jurriaan Plesman in an article for the Hypoglycemic Health Association of Australia, OCD may be directly correlated to insulin resistance. Insulin resistance occurs when your body cannot stabilize your blood sugar levels, leading to an increase in the production of stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol. These hormones lead to an increase in anxiety and panic. Plesman suggests that adopting a hypoglycemic diet may help normalize blood sugar levels and prevent the excessive secretion of the stress hormones, which in turn may reduce or prevent symptoms of OCD.

Considerations

Diet may play an important role in the management and prevention of symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder. However, you should not rely only on dietary changes in the management of your symptoms. Consult your doctor before implementing major dietary changes. Do not stop taking any prescribed medications unless directed to do so by your physician.

OCD seeds

Buy OCD seeds online with Seedsbay. Here you will find detailed information on the OCD cannabis seeds, from specifications and reviews to flavors and effects. We have listed every seedshop where you can buy OCD seeds along their offers. Compare prices on OCD seeds and get the best deal for yourself!

Unfortunatly, there are no offers available to buy OCD seeds. Do you know a seedshop selling OCD seeds? Send us a message and we will add the offer as soon as possible.

Unfortunatly, there are no offers available to buy OCD seeds. Do you know a seedshop selling OCD seeds? Send us a message and we will add the offer as soon as possible.

OCD specifications

Read the OCD seed specifications in the table below. The values may vary between the different seedbanks where you can buy OCD seeds.

Variety 50% Indica and 50% Sativa
THC Level Low
CBD Level Low

About OCD seeds

OCD is a dominant sativa strain with low levels of THC. The CBD level of this strain is low. OCD is abbreviated as Ocd with a variety of 50% sativa and 50% sativa. OCD will grow into a beautiful cannabis plant with a fine return in harvest. It is not hard to grow these OCD seeds, you keep an eye on this plant will it grows, the flowering period is pretty average.

The OCD has and Tar flavors while the effects of ocd are reported as uplifted, energetic, aroused, euphoric and creative.OCD seeds are not available to buy online at the moment, we will update the information as soon as we have a seedbank selling OCD seeds.

OCD flavors

Is it good to know what the flavor of OCD is before you buy OCD seeds online. It said OCD tastes mostly like:

OCD effects

You want to buy OCD seeds? Get yourself informed about the effects of the OCD strain. OCD is known for the following effects:

  • Uplifted
  • Energetic
  • Aroused
  • Euphoric
  • Creative

OCD reviews

Read what other people has to say about OCD seeds.

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Jerry from Basingstoke

New Seattle area strain. Nice energetic cannabis. Definately will make you jittery. Haven’t seen any thing like it in Seattle. Available around Capitol Hill Seattle. Would recommend to those who fancy sativas.

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Nachni Patel from Aartrijke

This is very smooth medicine. Great taste long lasting high, and gets you all worked up (Horney)! Makes for an awesome evening! Major dry mouth, so keep drink nearby!

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7 Pot Mustard O.C.D. (Pepper Seeds)

Paul Willet’s selection from Obsessive Chili Disorder.

Located in sunny South Florida. Towns-End is owed and operated by one set of hands. I try to only use natural practices. I do not isolate my peppers. Although cross-pollination will happen, it usually happens at very low percentages with my shaded enclosure. I Enjoy finding new types and variations. I specialize in the obscure, unique and different; as well as some classics. Now re-immersing into the world of hybridizing, and creating new cultivars by hand.

Sorry, No shipping to Mexico, Australia, UK, or if a Phytosanitary certificate is needed. It is up to you to research if you are allowed to receive pepper seeds. There is no guarantee on any international shipping. Please email [email protected] For inquiries & International seed orders.

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Banana puff seeds

Gage Green Seeds Banana Puff

Banana Puff has used two world-class genetics (Banana OG x Joseph OG) to deliver another unforgettable cannabis seed strain. The Banana OG is a treasured clone-only that was closely held in Southern California for many years. It’s signature banana exhale certianly lives up to it’s namesake and Banana Puff is a high yielder that grows sturdy arms of frosty colas. Combined with the Joseph OG, we noticed more distinct OG calyx formation, tighter buds, and funkier smells that were absent in the Banana OG on its own. The banana skunk pheno and banana pie flavors were the most distinct from our samples. The medicinal benefits definitely draw from both sides of the spectrum, providing relief throughout the entire body while leaving the mind thoughtful and creative.

Type: Indica / Sativa Hybrid
Flowering time: 7 – 9 Weeks
High yields

Please Note: This content is for informational and educational use only. The Attitude Seed bank sells all seeds strictly for souvenir purposes or for storage and preservation of genetics in case the laws may change. We do not condone or encourage the germination of cannabis seeds and we will refuse a sale to anyone who leads us to believe they intend to use our products in an unlawful way.
WARNING: IT IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE TO GERMINATE CANNABIS SEEDS IN THE UK AND MANY OTHER COUNTRIES.

Banana Puff

Here you can find all info about Banana Puff from Gage Green Genetics. If you are searching for information about Banana Puff from Gage Green Genetics, check out our Basic Infos, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Banana Puff is an indica/sativa variety from Gage Green and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±56 days ) and outdoors . Gage Greens Banana Puff is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Gage Greens Banana Puff Description

Banana Puff uses two world-class genetics to deliver another unforgettable experience. The High is a treasured clone-only that was closely held in Southern California for many years. It’s signature banana exhale lends it its name. A high yielding plant that grows sturdy arms of frosty colas, this cut has much to offer from its prized genetics.

Combined with the Joseph OG, we noticed more distinct OG calyx formation, tighter buds, and funkier smells that were absent in the Banana OG on its own. The banana skunk pheno and banana pie flavors were the most distinct from our samples.

The medicinal benefits definitely draw from both sides of the spectrum, providing relief throughout the entire body while leaving the mind thoughtful and creative.

Genetic Facts: Banana OG x Joseph OG
Indica/Sativa: Indica/Sativa Hybrid
Flowering time: 7 – 9 Weeks
Yield: High

Banana Puff by Gage Green

Banana Puff uses two world-class genetics to deliver another unforgettable experience. The High is a treasured clone-only that was closely held in Southern California for many years. It’s signature banana exhale lends it its name. A high yielding plant that grows sturdy arms of frosty colas, this cut has much to offer from its prized genetics.

Combined with the Joseph OG, we noticed more distinct OG calyx formation, tighter buds, and funkier smells that were absent in the Banana OG on its own. The banana skunk pheno and banana pie flavors were the most distinct from our samples.

The medicinal benefits definitely draw from both sides of the spectrum, providing relief throughout the entire body while leaving the mind thoughtful and creative.

Ready to start growing Banana Puff seeds? Check out our Exclusive Offer here! Are you growing Banana Puff seeds? Record it on your Grow Diary!

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Orange bud marijuana seeds

Orange Bud Feminised Seeds

Orange Bud is a pure Skunk strain with masses of orange pistils in its buds. This is an extremely potent and stable cannabis plant for indoor and outdoor cultivation. Big yielding, mostly sativa strain.

Orange Bud flourishes in all grow media and is an easy strain even for beginners to grow. It rose to prominence in the 1980s and 1990s winning plaudits from critics and customers alike in the process. It was bred by crossing two unknown Skunk strains. Indoors the best technique to use in the grow room is SoG (Sea of Green) which will produce prodigious yields of hard, resinous buds where it can produce 500 – 600 gr/m 2 in 7 – 8 weeks of flowering. It is also a good selection for cultivating in a greenhouse in higher latitudes or planted outside where the climate is warm, e.g. the Mediterranean region. Northern hemisphere harvests will be ready during October.

It isn’t just the colour of its pistils that gives this marijuana strain its name; its clean, sweet citrus flavour is strongly reminiscent of nectarine and ripe oranges. THC production is 16.5% which imparts a potent, uplifting, cerebral high that will suit active types down to the ground. It remains one of Dutch Passion’s top 5 best-selling cannabis seeds.

Orange bud marijuana seeds

One of the original Skunk (100% Skunk!) varieties and still one of the best we have ever seen. Orange Bud was selected from outstanding Skunk genetics in the early 80’s, it is a highly potent and very stable strain that grows well indoors or outdoors with any type of grow medium. Even new growers will find Orange Bud easy and pleasurable to grow, producing generous levels of dense, hard bud covered with crystals and beautiful orange hairs.

As well as being a cup winning variety in the 80’s and 90’s, Orange Bud remains a classic Skunk that should be savoured by any Skunk connoisseur. Orange bud is particularly notable for its yields in ‘sea of green’ grows. The highly potent smoke is uplifting and cerebral, good for stoners who have active lifestyles. The unique taste is sweet with clear citrus tones of nectarine and ripe orange.

This remains a top-5 best seller for all the right reasons – stable, potent, easy to grow and with great yields, Skunk fans delay no longer, buy some today!

Orange Bud Seeds – Feminized

Orange Bud seeds are a cross between Skunk #1 and an unknown strain. The buds are covered in orange hairs, and the buds have a fantastic aroma. The taste is delightful, with strong notes of citrus fruits.

YIELD

Indoor 1.1 – 1.3 oz/ft2 (350 – 400 g/m2)

Outdoor 12 – 14 oz (350 – 400 gr) / plant

FLOWERING TIME

Outdoor Early October

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Orange Bud Strain Seeds

Orange Bud is a classic strain that’s been around since the early ’70s. It’s one of the best-smelling cannabis out there, leaving you with an intoxicating aroma of orange and lavender.

The effects are powerful and cerebral.

Orange Bud is a cross between Skunk #1 and an unknown Indica from the East Coast. Dutch Passion created this hybrid in California in the 1970s. So it has been around for quite some time now – over 50 years!

It has a flowering time of 56 days and produces dense buds covered with sticky resin crystals that give off its infamous sweet smell upon exhaling its scented smoke.

Growers can expect up to 1.3 oz/ft² (400 g/m²) when growing indoors at around 70% humidity levels and temperatures between 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius) during nighttime hours and 74 degrees Fahrenheit (23 degrees Celsius) during daytime hours.

Outdoors growers can expect up to 14 ounces per plant and harvest around late October!

Orange Bud Preferred Climate

Orange Bud seeds are a unique Indica-dominant strain that combines the best features of Skunk #1 and an unknown variety. The plants have a classic, robust structure resistant to mold or pests while thriving in mild climates.

Indoor

If you’re growing feminized Orange Bud seeds indoors, make sure you have enough space for these medium-height plants! Female Orange Bud seeds will produce plants tall enough to need space but not too tall.

They can reach heights of up to two meters if left unchecked, which is why indoor growers need to use low-stress training techniques like bending and super cropping in the vegetative phase, so your plants get smaller (but still huge).

Give your Orange Bud at least 18 hours of light during the vegetative period, so they don’t stretch!

Outdoor

Original orange bud plants aren’t very picky when growing outdoors! It does not require much maintenance and can withstand various adverse weather conditions, including high temperatures, strong winds, and low humidity levels.

Take note that this plant has a medium height (about 5 feet) but thrives and requires more space than other seeds cultivated outdoors.

Orange Bud marijuana flowers will produce large amounts of buds in the late September/early October period if grown outdoors. However, growers should also keep their plants away from direct sunlight since that could cause the leaves to wither and burn.

Alternatively, you might want to cover your plants with shade cloth, so they get enough light but don’t get burned by too much sun exposure either.

Yield

Orange Bud is good for the beginning growers. This Indica dominant hybrid produces good yields whether grown indoors or out and matures quickly.

You can expect an indoor crop of 1.3 oz/ft², which equals about 400 g/m², of space using a 12-12 lighting schedule.

Orange Bud will produce 12 to 14 ounces per plant in early October in a mild to warm climate when grown outdoors.

Flowering Time

The Orange Bud has a flowering time of 56 days. This cannabis can grow up to about 3 to 4 feet tall, making it perfect for your indoor growroom!

The life cycle of this marijuana is pretty simple, and it’s easier than you might think. To start with, a grower must properly establish the vegetative stage before you move into the flowering period.

During vegetative, you should make sure your plants receive at least 18 hours of light every day. When you’re ready to enter the flowering phase, be sure to lower the number of hours of light per day your cannabis plants are receiving to 12.

You should also make sure to increase the temperature in your grow-room – doing this will ensure a successful flowering period and a high yield! Keeping the temperature between 78 and 82 degrees is optimal.

During the flowering phase, your cannabis plant is likely to show signs of aging in its growth and structure. During this time, you need to be sure to check your plants regularly for any signs of deficiencies.

If you notice any signs of deficiency, like yellowing leaves or nutrient issues, you must fix this before your cannabis crop reaches its harvest period! This way, you can prevent any major issues from occurring, so it’s best to pay attention as you go.

Remember – proper care and a clean environment can ensure positive returns!

Orange Bud Effects

Orange Bud is a classic marijuana seed that has been around since the late 1970s. As a result of its Super Skunk and unknown heritage, these seeds are highly appreciated among smokers looking for a strong, physical high.

The Orange Bud high begins in your head, offering a mild euphoria while the rest of your body sinks into a relaxing state of rest. Then, just before you completely lose control over your body and mind, Orange Bud will leave you in a dreamy state of happiness.

It’s hard to resist the temptation to fall asleep after the first two hours of enjoying this pot. The high is very strong and takes a lot out of you. It’s a great strain on those stressful days when you need to be rested and refreshed after a long day of work or school.

Feminized Orange Bud Cannabis

Orange Bud cannabis is a cross between Skunk #1 and an unknown Indica. The secret of this marijuana lies in the fact that its ancestors are Indica-dominant, which makes it suitable for beginners or experienced growers who want to have a cannabis strain with maximum yield.

Orange Bud produces long, dense colas covered with sticky glandular trichomes. Its THC production has been measured at over 18%.

This marijuana strain tends to produce heavier yields than would be expected from its Indica/Sativa ratio — after all, it’s the “Skunk” in this variety that packs on the weight. The aroma and taste are similar to citrus fruits, creating a clear-headed cerebral effect.

Orange Bud Appearance

Seeds Orange Bud produce plants with an average height of 4 feet (125 cm), although some have been recorded as high as 5 feet (150 cm). It has large, bright green, glossy leaves and resinous buds.

It expresses many orange pistils and crystals that cover the calyxes. This marijuana seed has a stocky plant with dense buds, a thick stem, and dark green leaves.

Its buds are usually covered in large trichomes and clusters of pistils, giving it a sticky appearance. The calyxes of some phenotypes tend to be orange with hints of purple.

Orange Bud Aroma

Orange Bud has a distinct citrus aroma like taking a sweet and sour candy. It is such an aromatic bud that it smells like pure cannabis candy.

The first thing you’ll notice about this fragrance is its sweet aroma, along with hints of fruitiness. Then you’ll notice that it has an earthy citrusy aftertaste reminiscent of orange peel or even tangerine peels.

The aroma is so distinct that it would attract people who like the smell of citrusy fragrances.

Orange Bud Fragrance

The scent from a properly dried and cured Orange Bud has an aromatic profile that is sweet and tangy yet earthy in its overall taste. From the first time you open the container your buds are stored in, you’ll notice an aroma reminiscent of freshly picked oranges with a hint of citrus.

When combusted or vaporized, an Orange Bud releases a delicious, fresh orange aroma that smells sweet and packs plenty of flavor into each puff. When you burn your joint or vaporize your Orange Bud, you’ll be met with a potent smell of sweet oranges. The fragrance is highly refreshing and makes this smoke very pleasant to inhale.

Bud Cannabis Seeds Flavors

Orange Bud seeds may not be incredibly potent bud cannabis seeds. Still, their light and sweet citrus taste are enough for many smokers to overlook any issues with a potency that it might have in terms of its effects on them.

The buds are pleasantly fruity but nothing too overwhelming. The citrus taste is something like orange soda or a similar carbonated beverage – it’s sweet, tangy, and refreshingly delicious.

Even when smoking the bud on its own, it’s easy to taste some of the other unique flavors in it as well. There’s a hint of something like apricots, but that’s more of a secondary flavor for Orange Bud marijuana. The prominent flavor is definitely oranges.

Once the buds are ground up and vaped through a vaporizer or bong, that unique citrus taste stands out and comes across much stronger.

The flavor doesn’t seem to be too artificially flavored in any way, shape, or form – just natural, fruity goodness that’s very likely to appeal to many smokers who appreciate some light flavors amongst the more intense flavors they’ve tried before.

Orange Bud Terpenes

Orange Bud is a potent Indica dominant seed that gives users a euphoric, happy, and relaxed feeling. The terpene profile of Orange Bud contains sabinene, linalool, ocimene, myrcene. It has a very sweet and citrusy aroma.

It is easily identifiable because of its orange hair and bright orange color. Orange Bud can be compared to the aroma of oranges and has a musky, earthy, citrus flavor similar to the orange fruit itself.

  1. Sabinene is a terpene that gives off a spicy aroma and flavor similar to pepper. It is found in herbs and spices, basil and hops.
  2. Ocimene smells like the fresh herb thyme. It is found in herbs like sage and hops and fruits such as tropical fruit, mangoes, and guava.
  3. Linalool smells like lavender and has a floral aroma with hints of sweetness to it. Linalool can find it in flowers like lavender and coriander (cilantro), herbs like basil, parsley, rosemary, sage, lemongrass, and citrus peel (orange).
  4. Myrcene has an earthy-like aroma similar to clove oil or bay leaves. This terpene can be found in the aromatic herb thyme along with hops (a bitter spice contributing to the flavor of beer), basil, parsley, rosemary, sage; as well as citrus peels (orange).

Orange Bud Cannabis Genetics

  • Orange Bud feminized seeds are a cross between Skunk #1 and an unknown.
  • This Indica/Sativa hybrid has 65% Indica dominance in its genetic makeup.
  • Its aroma is sweet with citrus notes, while its fragrance is complex with undertones of incense.
  • The effects are euphoric and cerebral, offering both relaxation and happiness while being well-balanced and non- couchlock inducing.
  • Its THC level ranges from 15% to 18%, making it one of the most potent strains on the market today, along with CBD levels ranging from 0.3% to 0.4%.
  • The buds produced by these seeds are dense and sticky while being slightly on the airy side, making them ideal for indoor cultivation where space is limited or for growing outdoors in warm climates where humidity levels tend to be higher than average.

Orange From Secret Garden

Let’s set out on a journey to the Silent Mountain and follow the yellow-bricked road, leading to a pretty challenging place to access – Secret Disco… but well worth blowing off steam at.

After conquering tough terrain and escaping from the bog of dreary and depressing thoughts, you will be granted access to Top Secret Source’s – secret indoor guerrilla garden – where Orange Bud plants are growing.

This place is just the kind to give you a shot of pleasant euphoria and an excellent moody feeling.

But, when you move inside, hold on tight – once the party starts, it’s hard to stop in there!

It doesn’t matter if you’re part of the Secret Service or a daytripper – no one will judge you for lightheadedness as long as you present your magic ticket and pass it through.

And don’t stand too close to the speakers; they will blast your ears with subsonic music at over 18% levels of THC… but that’s a secret!