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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.

How to 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. 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.

How to buy cannabis seeds at a dispensary

Although this option is only available to people living in states with medical and adult-use legalization, buying marijuana seeds at the dispensary is far more straightforward. However, your options are more limited.

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:

Pat Goggins contributed to this article.

Navigating the cannabis seed market can be tricky from a legal perspective. Get the answer to your top questions about buying cannabis seeds today.

Can You Legally Buy Cannabis Seeds Online?

Looking to buy marijuana seeds online? Here’s what you need to know!

The 2018 midterm elections were yet another big win for weed. Michigan became the tenth state to legalize the herb recreationally , while Utah and Missouri joined a long line of states by allowing medicinal cannabis. As the public becomes more aware of the potential benefits of marijuana, while also realizing that its alleged damaging side effects are overstated, we are seeing a softening in the stance towards the plant.

As well as allowing people to use weed, an increasing number of states are relaxing restrictions on growing it at home . To do so, you’ll need seeds, but this is where it gets complicated for American residents in particular. Even if you live in California, where it is legal to grow weed at home, and purchase seeds from a California-based seed bank, your package can STILL be confiscated.

Indeed, you could get in more trouble for buying seeds from within the U.S. than from an overseas country! This is the reason why most reputable seed banks that you hear about are located in Europe!

Is There Any Reputable American Seed Bank?

Although the United States is actually one of the world’s most progressive countries in terms of marijuana legalization, the herb remains federally illegal . As long as this remains the case, users face all manner of complications.

Ultimately, purchasing marijuana seeds online is only possible if you live in one of a select few states.

If you are concerned about legal issues, we recommend purchasing your seeds directly from a dispensary rather than buying them online. However, residents of Colorado should have no difficulties in theory. Stores such as The Farm and The Green Solution regularly advertise their online seed options. It should be a quick and easy process to buy them online if you are a resident of Colorado.

Elsewhere, it can be a matter of pot luck (pun intended). First and foremost, we can only recommend online seed purchases if you live in a state where growing marijuana at home is legal. If your package gets intercepted, it is unlikely that you’ll face legal consequences , although the complicated nature of the laws means we can’t provide a 100% guarantee on that.

What you need is a reputable seed bank that is capable of shipping to numerous states, and understands the need for discretion. Such companies know how to package their goods to evade detection, and if the seeds are confiscated, the firm will either send a new package for free or refund your money.

I Love Growing Marijuana (ILGM) is one of the most trustworthy seed sellers we have found in the United States. The website and store are run by Robert Bergman, who is an expert marijuana cultivator. He offers dozens of options and provides FREE shipping to customers in the United States and Europe.

Certain online marijuana seed sellers in the United States try to use subterfuge to ensure their customers receive the seeds.

It is possible to buy seeds from stores but only if they are ‘used’ as luxury bird food or fishing bait additives. Back in February 2015, one month after weed legalization went into effect in Washington D.C., the D.C. Cannabis Campaign organized a ‘seed sharing’ event in the country’s capital. As part of the new law, anyone aged 21+ who attended the event was legally allowed to receive an ounce of seeds. Unfortunately, in the years since, the laws surrounding purchasing marijuana seeds online in the U.S. remain as clear as mud.

European Marijuana Seed Banks

Many of the American seed banks that offer marijuana seeds source them from a seed bank in a European country . When we bemoan the issues that cause federal and state laws to become unclear and confusing, it is important to remember that the U.S. is effectively a continent with 50 different nations; (52 if you count D.C. and Puerto Rico).

Europe is also a continent, and it also has more than 50 countries. The laws surrounding marijuana seeds vary according to each nation but become less confusing because they are separate states. That’s not to say that things don’t become complex!

Did you know that cannabis seeds are also sold as ‘collector’s items’ and ‘additives’?

In principle, cannabis seeds are not illegal in Europe, and it is possible to purchase seeds from another country. In general, when a product enters a European country, it becomes subject to that nation’s laws. The Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, a 1962 framework for marijuana legalization, is an international treaty that was signed by 180 countries.

In the treaty, marijuana is classed as an illegal substance, but marijuana seeds are not illegal. As international law takes precedence over a country’s own laws, cannabis seeds are technically legal in all 180 countries. Alas, it isn’t as easy as that, and it is much safer to purchase seeds from one European country than another. Here’s a look at marijuana seed laws in a few major European nations:

  • Germany: As seeds don’t fall under the German Narcotics Act, they are technically legal to purchase. However, Germany has prohibited the sale of cannabis seeds across the nation, the only EU member state to have done so. As Germany is subject to the EU’s free movement of goods, having seeds sent to Germany is fine.
  • United Kingdom: At present, the UK allows for the purchase, sale, or trade of cannabis seeds whether you purchase them domestically or from another European nation. American buyers tend to use UK sellers such as Seedsman, who have been selling seeds globally since 2003. However, we’re not sure what will happen once the UK has left the EU. By the way, UK residents are not allowed to germinate cannabis seeds .
  • Netherlands: It is shocking to learn that despite the nation’s relaxed attitude towards marijuana, it is still illegal! However, you should have no issue purchasing cannabis seeds from a Dutch-based seed company. Companies such as Nirvana, MSNL Seeds, and Amsterdam Marijuana Seeds also enjoy good reputations.
  • France: Cannabis seeds are legal as long as they are not used for growing. However, you will struggle to find any reputable French cannabis seed dealer.
  • Spain: Spain has a similarly lenient policy as the UK. Residents can buy and sell seeds as long as they are for personal use in private areas. Shops need legal authorization to sell seeds.

Types of Marijuana Seeds Available

There are three distinct types of marijuana seeds.

Regular Marijuana Seeds

These seeds come from one female and one male parent. As a result, there is a 50/50 chance that the plant will be the feminized version that carries all of those wonderful cannabinoids . As you have no control of the plant’s gender, there is a chance that you’ll waste weeks waiting for the gender to be revealed.

Feminized Marijuana Seeds

You should purchase feminized seeds instead of their regular counterparts. These seeds have no male chromosomes and are guaranteed to provide resinous bud. In other words, you don’t have to wait for a guarantee which is NOT the case with ‘regular’ seeds.

Autoflowering Marijuana Seeds

This type of seed is your best option if you want to grow your weed indoors. These seeds have genetics which evolved in northern Eurasia which means they are strong and sturdy. They are mixed with Cannabis Ruderalis, a plant known for its ability to grow in harsh weather conditions.

One of the biggest advantages of autoflowering seeds is their ability to produce a minimum of two outdoor crops. When you grow them indoors, however, you can produce four or five crops per annum. Certain strains can become mature in just ten weeks! They are heavily resistant to mold and pests and produce a much higher yield when exposed to a powerful light source.

Final Thoughts on Buying Marijuana Seeds Online

As much as we would love to provide a definitive answer to the title question, we have to admit that it is complicated. You can purchase seeds within most states where growing marijuana is legal, but the issue is clouded by the fact that marijuana is federally illegal . Then there is the small matter of the nuances of state and even local law.

You should be able to purchase from seed banks in the UK and Netherlands, but make sure you do your research and find a reputable company. The last thing you want is to buy what you think are feminized seeds, only to discover that they are regular seeds capable of producing male plants!

Wondering if you can buy marijuana seeds online legally? Here's our complete guide to how and where you can get the best genotypes.

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Lemon Diesel

Lemon Diesel is a hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing California Sour with Lost Coast OG. This strain produces effects that are relaxing but still allow you to be focused and coherent. Some say Lemon Diesel is a creeper strain, meaning that the high comes on slower than you might expect. This strain offers a delicious flavor that is fruity and sweet with hints of citrus and pepper. Growers say Lemon Diesel has a flowering time of 9-10 weeks. This strain placed in the top 10 at the Emerald Cannabis Cup in 2010.

Lemon Diesel is a hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing California Sour with Lost Coast OG. This strain produces effects that are relaxing but still allow you to be focused and coherent. Some say Lemon Diesel is a creeper strain, meaning that the high comes on slower than you might expect. This strain offers a delicious flavor that is fruity and sweet with hints of citrus and pepper. Growers say Lemon Diesel has a flowering time of 9-10 weeks. This strain placed in the top 10 at the Emerald Cannabis Cup in 2010.

Lemon Diesel is a hybrid cannabis strain.

Sour Diesel

aka Sour D, Sour Deez

Sour Diesel, aka Sour D, is a sativa marijuana strain made by crossing Chemdawg and Super Skunk. Sour Diesel produces dreamy cerebral effects that are fast-acting and energizing. This strain features a pungent flavor profile that smells like diesel. Medical marijuana patients choose Sour Diesel to help relieve symptoms associated with depression, pain, and stress. Growers say this strain grows best in a dry, outdoor climate and has a flowering time of 77 days. Fun fact: Sour Diesel first became popular in the early 1990s and has been legendary ever since.

Sour Diesel, aka Sour D, is a sativa marijuana strain made by crossing Chemdawg and Super Skunk. Sour Diesel produces dreamy cerebral effects that are fast-acting and energizing. This strain features a pungent flavor profile that smells like diesel. Medical marijuana patients choose Sour Diesel to help relieve symptoms associated with depression, pain, and stress. Growers say this strain grows best in a dry, outdoor climate and has a flowering time of 77 days. Fun fact: Sour Diesel first became popular in the early 1990s and has been legendary ever since.

Sour Diesel, aka Sour D, Sour Deez, is a sativa cannabis strain.

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Space Queen

Taste & Smell

  • Fruity
  • Spicy

Effects

  • Focused
  • Creative
  • Happy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Gambling
  • Studying

About this Hybrid Strain

A hybrid cannabis plant (50% indica/50% sativa), Space Queen produces long, leafy light green nugs caked in a dense layer of oily trichomes. It smells strongly of tropical fruits, and when burned it tastes like pineapple slices laced with notes of charred wood and an earthy spiciness.

The effects from Space Queen are primarily cerebral, offering focus, creativity, and heightened moods. However, because of its cannabinoid profile, Space Queen may also work well to control moderate and chronic pain.

Common side effects from Space Queen include cottonmouth and irritated eyes. Some users may experience anxiety or paranoia in high doses.

A hybrid cannabis plant (50% indica/50% sativa), Space Queen produces long, leafy light green nugs caked in a dense layer of oily trichomes. It smells strongly of tropical fruits, and when burned it tastes like pineapple slices laced with notes of charred wood and an earthy spiciness. The effects…

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Dormancy and life span of seeds

Dormancy has at least three functions: (1) immediate germination must be prevented even when circumstances are optimal so as to avoid exposure of the seedling to an unfavourable period (e.g., winter), which is sure to follow; (2) the unfavourable period has to be survived; and (3) the various dispersing agents must be given time to act. Accordingly, the wide variation in seed and diaspore longevity can be appreciated only by linking it with the various dispersal mechanisms employed as well as with the climate and its seasonal changes. Thus, the downy seeds of willows, blown up and down rivers in early summer with a chance of quick establishment on newly exposed sandbars, have a life span of only one week. Tropical rainforest trees frequently have seeds of low life expectancy also. Intermediate are seeds of sugarcane, tea, and coconut palm, among others, with life spans of up to a year. Mimosa glomerata seeds in the herbarium of the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris were found viable after 221 years. In general, viability is better retained in air of low moisture content. Some seeds, however, remain viable underwater—those of certain rush (Juncus) species and Sium cicutaefolium for at least 7 years. Salt water can be tolerated for years by the pebblelike but floating seeds of Guilandina bonduc, which in consequence possess an almost pantropical distribution. Seeds of the sacred lotus ( Nelumbo nucifera) found in a peat deposit in Manchuria and estimated by radioactive-carbon dating to be 1,400 ± 400 years old rapidly germinated (and subsequently produced flowering plants) when the seeds were filed to permit water entry. In 1967, seeds of the arctic tundra lupine ( Lupinus arcticus) found in a frozen lemming burrow with animal remains established to be at least 10,000 years old germinated within 48 hours when returned to favourable conditions. The problem of differential seed viability has been approached experimentally by various workers, one of whom buried 20 species of common Michigan weed seeds, mixed with sand, in inverted open-mouthed bottles for periodic inspection. After 80 years, 3 species still had viable seeds. See also soil seed bank.

Lack of dormancy

In some plants, the seeds are able to germinate as soon as they have matured on the plant, as demonstrated by papaya and by wheat, peas, and beans in a very rainy season. Certain mangrove species normally form foot-long embryos on the trees; these later drop down into the mud or sea water. Such cases, however, are exceptional. The lack of dormancy in cultivated species, contrasting with the situation in most wild plants, is undoubtedly the result of conscious selection by humans.

Immature embryos

In plants whose seeds ripen and are shed from the mother plant before the embryo has undergone much development beyond the fertilized egg stage (orchids, broomrapes, ginkgo, ash, winter aconite, and buttercups), there is an understandable delay of several weeks or months, even under optimal conditions, before the seedling emerges.

Role of the seed coat

There are at least three ways in which a hard testa may be responsible for seed dormancy: it may (1) prevent expansion of the embryo mechanically, (2) block the entrance of water, or (3) impede gas exchange so that the embryos lack oxygen. Resistance of the testa to water uptake is most widespread in the bean family, the seed coats of which, usually hard, smooth, or even glassy, may, in addition, possess a waxy covering. In some cases water entry is controlled by a small opening, the strophiolar cleft, which is provided with a corklike plug; only removal or loosening of the plug will permit water entry. Similar seeds not possessing a strophiolar cleft must depend on abrasion, which in nature may be brought about by microbial attack, passage through an animal, freezing and thawing, or mechanical means. In horticulture and agriculture, the coats of such seeds are deliberately damaged or weakened by humans ( scarification). In chemical scarification, seeds are dipped into strong sulfuric acid, organic solvents such as acetone or alcohol, or even boiling water. In mechanical scarification, they may be shaken with some abrasive material such as sand or be scratched with a knife.

Frequently seed coats are permeable to water yet block entrance of oxygen; this applies, for example, to the upper of the two seeds normally found in each burr of the cocklebur plant. The lower seed germinates readily under a favourable moisture and temperature regime, but the upper one fails to do so unless the seed coat is punctured or removed or the intact seed is placed under very high oxygen concentrations.

Seed – Seed – Germination: Dormancy has at least three functions: (1) immediate germination must be prevented even when circumstances are optimal so as to avoid exposure of the seedling to an unfavourable period (e.g., winter), which is sure to follow; (2) the unfavourable period has to be survived; and (3) the various dispersing agents must be given time to act. Accordingly, the wide variation in seed and diaspore longevity can be appreciated only by linking it with the various dispersal mechanisms employed as well as with the climate and its seasonal changes. Thus, the downy seeds of willows, blown up and down rivers in

Germination

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Germination, the sprouting of a seed, spore, or other reproductive body, usually after a period of dormancy. The absorption of water, the passage of time, chilling, warming, oxygen availability, and light exposure may all operate in initiating the process.

In the process of seed germination, water is absorbed by the embryo, which results in the rehydration and expansion of the cells. Shortly after the beginning of water uptake, or imbibition, the rate of respiration increases, and various metabolic processes, suspended or much reduced during dormancy, resume. These events are associated with structural changes in the organelles (membranous bodies concerned with metabolism), in the cells of the embryo.

Germination sometimes occurs early in the development process; the mangrove (Rhizophora) embryo develops within the ovule, pushing out a swollen rudimentary root through the still-attached flower. In peas and corn (maize) the cotyledons (seed leaves) remain underground (e.g., hypogeal germination), while in other species (beans, sunflowers, etc.) the hypocotyl (embryonic stem) grows several inches above the ground, carrying the cotyledons into the light, in which they become green and often leaflike (e.g., epigeal germination).

Seed dormancy

Dormancy is brief for some seeds—for example, those of certain short-lived annual plants. After dispersal and under appropriate environmental conditions, such as suitable temperature and access to water and oxygen, the seed germinates, and the embryo resumes growth.

The seeds of many species do not germinate immediately after exposure to conditions generally favourable for plant growth but require a “breaking” of dormancy, which may be associated with change in the seed coats or with the state of the embryo itself. Commonly, the embryo has no innate dormancy and will develop after the seed coat is removed or sufficiently damaged to allow water to enter. Germination in such cases depends upon rotting or abrasion of the seed coat in the gut of an animal or in the soil. Inhibitors of germination must be either leached away by water or the tissues containing them destroyed before germination can occur. Mechanical restriction of the growth of the embryo is common only in species that have thick, tough seed coats. Germination then depends upon weakening of the coat by abrasion or decomposition.

In many seeds the embryo cannot germinate even under suitable conditions until a certain period of time has lapsed. The time may be required for continued embryonic development in the seed or for some necessary finishing process—known as afterripening—the nature of which remains obscure.

The seeds of many plants that endure cold winters will not germinate unless they experience a period of low temperature, usually somewhat above freezing. Otherwise, germination fails or is much delayed, with the early growth of the seedling often abnormal. (This response of seeds to chilling has a parallel in the temperature control of dormancy in buds.) In some species, germination is promoted by exposure to light of appropriate wavelengths. In others, light inhibits germination. For the seeds of certain plants, germination is promoted by red light and inhibited by light of longer wavelength, in the “far red” range of the spectrum. The precise significance of this response is as yet unknown, but it may be a means of adjusting germination time to the season of the year or of detecting the depth of the seed in the soil. Light sensitivity and temperature requirements often interact, the light requirement being entirely lost at certain temperatures.

Seedling emergence

Active growth in the embryo, other than swelling resulting from imbibition, usually begins with the emergence of the primary root, known as the radicle, from the seed, although in some species (e.g., the coconut) the shoot, or plumule, emerges first. Early growth is dependent mainly upon cell expansion, but within a short time cell division begins in the radicle and young shoot, and thereafter growth and further organ formation (organogenesis) are based upon the usual combination of increase in cell number and enlargement of individual cells.

Until it becomes nutritionally self-supporting, the seedling depends upon reserves provided by the parent sporophyte. In angiosperms these reserves are found in the endosperm, in residual tissues of the ovule, or in the body of the embryo, usually in the cotyledons. In gymnosperms food materials are contained mainly in the female gametophyte. Since reserve materials are partly in insoluble form—as starch grains, protein granules, lipid droplets, and the like—much of the early metabolism of the seedling is concerned with mobilizing these materials and delivering, or translocating, the products to active areas. Reserves outside the embryo are digested by enzymes secreted by the embryo and, in some instances, also by special cells of the endosperm.

In some seeds (e.g., castor beans) absorption of nutrients from reserves is through the cotyledons, which later expand in the light to become the first organs active in photosynthesis. When the reserves are stored in the cotyledons themselves, these organs may shrink after germination and die or develop chlorophyll and become photosynthetic.

Environmental factors play an important part not only in determining the orientation of the seedling during its establishment as a rooted plant but also in controlling some aspects of its development. The response of the seedling to gravity is important. The radicle, which normally grows downward into the soil, is said to be positively geotropic. The young shoot, or plumule, is said to be negatively geotropic because it moves away from the soil; it rises by the extension of either the hypocotyl, the region between the radicle and the cotyledons, or the epicotyl, the segment above the level of the cotyledons. If the hypocotyl is extended, the cotyledons are carried out of the soil. If the epicotyl elongates, the cotyledons remain in the soil.

Light affects both the orientation of the seedling and its form. When a seed germinates below the soil surface, the plumule may emerge bent over, thus protecting its delicate tip, only to straighten out when exposed to light (the curvature is retained if the shoot emerges into darkness). Correspondingly, the young leaves of the plumule in such plants as the bean do not expand and become green except after exposure to light. These adaptative responses are known to be governed by reactions in which the light-sensitive pigment phytochrome plays a part. In most seedlings, the shoot shows a strong attraction to light, or a positive phototropism, which is most evident when the source of light is from one direction. Combined with the response to gravity, this positive phototropism maximizes the likelihood that the aerial parts of the plant will reach the environment most favourable for photosynthesis.

Germination, the sprouting of a seed, spore, or other reproductive body, usually after a period of dormancy. The absorption of water, the passage of time, chilling, warming, oxygen availability, and light exposure may all operate in initiating the process.

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Commercial Grow Room Design Plans | How To’s

The cornerstone to creating any commercial grow facility, such as those needed in cannabis cultivation, requires a well-thought-out layout and optimum mechanical systems. As an example, with an indoor cultivation facility design the mistake of under-sizing the environmental controls are an all too common occurrence. The cultivation facility design must feature an HVAC system with redundancy and a backup power source. In addition, they should be cleanable outside of the grow rooms and be easy to repair. The units remove massive amounts of moisture caused by the abundant cannabis plant growth, so it is imperative that they have properly sized units to meet the needs of the grow room’s space.

Within the confines of the indoor grow facility, air circulation keeps the plant’s canopy slightly swaying because of the artificial breeze. The upper flowers in a vertical grow are then prevented from getting excessively hot. Clearly, the environmental controls are of paramount importance or cannabis crop loss can occur and pests from clones can easily enter the facility if things are not kept at consistent levels. Engineering and installation are one of the biggest investments (if not the biggest) of any commercial grow room design plan. You cannot cut corners, or the financial losses quickly become insurmountable.

What’s Required for a Grow Facility Design?

A craft grower is a facility that is licensed by the Department of Agriculture to cultivate, dry, cure, and package hemp or marijuana. They each have their own commercial marijuana grow room design plans but for licensing as a craft grow, they must contain at least 5,000 square feet of canopy space for the cannabis plants during the flowering stage of their life cycle. The Department of Agriculture can authorize either an increase or decrease of space for the flowering cultivation stage which occurs in increments of 3,000 square feet depending on the market need, the craft grow house design capacity, and the history of the licensee’s compliance or noncompliant issues. The maximum set forth is 14,000 square feet for cultivation when the plants enter their flowering stage. However, the commercial grow room design plan laid forth by the USDA encompasses all the growth stages of the cannabis plant which drives home the importance of them being secured and enclosed in an indoor cultivation facility design.

The Typical Craft Grow Facility — Room Division

Standard commercial grow room design plans does vary depending on your crop and your cultivation practices. Will you be using hydroponics or standard soil medium? Typically, indoor cannabis cultivation has at least eight spaces or more flower rooms with a standard measurement of 30 feet across and between 50 to 100 feet long. Dividing the indoor grow facilities into individual rooms allows each one to become self-contained with their own temperature controls. Needed pest treatment practices become easier. Also, the workflow is reduced to doable and digestible chunks. The cultivation facility design that consists of various rooms affords various planting and harvest times. The rooms are also easily quarantined from the rest of the facility to control any pest or mold outbreak so only a small percentage of the crop is damaged or destroyed and the entire grow operation does not perish. A standard marijuana grow facility design with room division allows you to test the efficiency of Co2 injection, factor in various types of lighting, and monitor the nutrient regime that occurs. Another room can also house the same cultivars but have them grown under different variables, so you obtain reliable data and make any needed protocol changes.

Engineering the Warehouse Grow Room Design

Any engineer used to create a craft grow facility should have experience with indoor plant cultivation facilities. The design of the commercial grow room will feature the necessary environmental controls, plumbing, and electrical requirements, backup power system, and typically HVAC redundancy. To achieve all of this, most will hire various engineering firms that specialize in the key areas to make the commercial grow room a success.

HVAC of the Cannabis Grow Facility Design

The crucial component of any commercial grow op setup remains the HVAC systems used. The HVAC company will gather the needed information from the cultivation consultant and engineer so they can focus on the necessary electrical use, Co2 requirements, air circulation, purification, and moisture quantity that is forecast to be generated at the site. They will then work to create the ideal environmental settings needed for all the various stages of the marijuana or hemp growth cycles to effectively control the conditions of the indoor grow facility.

At Mintropy, our engineers will consider the following for your craft grow facility design:

  • Emergency Co2 evacuation
  • Carbon filtration utilization factoring in the exhaust path needed to account for the necessary odor control needed at the grow facility
  • Utilize a hydrogen peroxide filtration system in the return air pathways to further reduce airborne pathogens
  • Include latent load in cooling load calculation to maintain the craft grow facility’s crucial environmental balance
  • Factor in the wastewater being released into the sanitary system and its dilution
  • Positively pressurize each grow room while keeping the entire space under negative pressure
  • Maintain dialogue every step of the way with engineers and others in jurisdiction authority

The Commercial Cannabis Craft Grow Industry

The commercial cannabis industry is constantly changing and evolving. Without a doubt, the one crucial component of any commercial grow op setup remains the HVAC system. Standard commercial HVAC companies often lack the experience needed to provide the correct environmental conditions required by a craft grow facility.

In the past, 1,000 tons of refrigeration capacity was needed for 80,000 to 10,000 square foot facilities such as a data center, hospital, or school. A grow room requires similar, but they are dramatically different. A grow room has a much higher latent load (moisture/dehumidification load). The humidity in the grow space must undergo more cooling to effectively condense the humidity off the cooling coil. A much colder chilled water temperature is needed. When growing cannabis, the lights-out mode means that growers must dry the air and then reheat it, so the grow room does not start to over-cool. The reheat can use free energy obtained from the dehumidification process when the right HVAC system is used. Having an experienced company, such as Mintropy, handle such key specifics is necessary for the success of any commercial cannabis grow facility.

Importance of Picking an Experienced Craft Grow HVAC Company

As you can see, it is important to pick an experienced HVAC engineering company such as Mintropy who has the needed craft grow facility experience to achieve optimum success when creating a design layout and installing the needed mechanical systems. You’ll want someone who can explain your HVAC options, costs, limitations, and advantages of the various systems for your specific commercial craft grow room requirements. Also, you’ll want to look at modular, scalable, and redundancy HVAC control approaches for your craft facility so you know and understand your options.

If you have any questions, please contact us today.

Creating a commercial grow facility, such as those needed in cannabis cultivation, requires engineering experience & optimum systems.

Grow Room Design for Marijuana Growing

Grow Room Design for Marijuana Growing

Grow room design for marijuana growing is easy for beginners or advanced gardeners alike. Whether you’re building out a grow room at home or for commercial use, there are a few things you should consider for finding a space for germinating, growing, and harvesting flower.

Designing a marijuana grow room comes with many different options in terms of location, space needed, watering, lighting, ventilation, and more equipment needs. Knowing the components you need can help you understand what goes into an efficient grow room setup.

Location, Location, Location

Grow room design begins with choosing a prime space for cultivation. Greenhouse grows are the most energy-efficient location you can find since they use the sun’s free light and energy over indoor facilities that require lights to compensate.

Regardless of the cultivation method, begin by establishing the number of plants you plan to grow in the space and the type of strain. Different strains may grow short and wide or tall and slender.

Knowing how much space each plant needs to grow can help you decide how you want to set up your grow room. The size of the plant will also dictate the amount of space you need to leave between your lights and plants.

Discretion is crucial when building out any grow room. Unsecured grow spaces are vulnerable to theft. You don’t want to spend all those months tending after a plant, just for it to be stolen under the cover of darkness.

When considering your cannabis grow room space, choose one that can fit all your components needed. Make sure you consider your lighting, ventilation, filtration, and irrigation equipment needed to create a sustainable grow space that’s won’t break the bank.

Ensure your room can remain in absolute darkness without any light leaking. Furthermore, ensure your grow space is close to a water and power source. Grow tents are a popular grow space for indoor home growers growing in soil and hydroponic environments.

From Soil to Oil

Part of growing cannabis involves creating a healthy living environment for your seed and plant. Using living soil and organic nutrients to aid in absorption can help your plants grow flavorful and potent flower buds.

Indoor growers may also use hydroponic mediums that may include a blend with bases of peat, sphagnum, or coco. No matter what soil you use, ensure you use organic and sustainable soils to not only help out the planet but give you better yields.

Best Irrigation Practices

How you water your plant depends on your growing preference. For commercial growers, hydroponic growing is a sustainable and effective cultivation method for multiple reasons:

  • Fewer pesticides and herbicides needed
  • Faster growing, less water needed
  • Lower supply chain costs

Indoor cannabis plants can also be watered by hand, via drip irrigation, and flood tables. Drip irrigation and flood table watering are convenient, automated, and sustainable for commercial cultivation.

HVAC Considerations

Huge energy costs can be attributed to ventilation, dehumidification, and cooling any grow space. For small grows, a small, ductless air conditioner is compact, energy-efficient, and able to heat and cool a room compared to natural ventilation alone.

For larger grow, chilled water systems for temperature and humidity control can save more money over conventional HVAC equipment. Carbon and ozone filters can be added to the exhaust system to reduce the pungent odor.

Lighting

Indoor growing is heavily dependent on lighting since plants are hidden away from natural sunlight. Marijuana plants may need different types of lights during different stages of their life cycle such as fluorescent, light-emitting diode (LED), and high-intensity discharge (HID) lights.

LED lighting is a popular and eco-friendly choice for an indoor grow room setup, small or large. Saving on lighting bills can make a huge difference when plants need hours upon hours of continuous lighting. LED lights are long-lasting and remain cool even after long periods of use. Just make sure there’s enough space between your plant and lights to prevent burning.

Waste Management

Growing cannabis can produce a wealth of shiny, resinous buds, but what they don’t talk about is the amount of organic waste produced, too. If you want to build a sustainable grow space, look into conventional composting or Bokashi fermentation, which involves mixing waste with Bokashi, a compost activator, to create a fermented and nutrient-dense fertilizer.

How to Build Your Own Grow Room

Building your own marijuana grow room to your exact specifications and within your budget can be a satisfying and productive experience. The sheer variety of options available in grow room design can give you free rein over how basic or advanced you need your space.

CTU is a valuable resource for obtaining online cannabis training and certification for growing marijuana at home or for commercial purposes. Signing up for online marijuana school can help you create an optimized cannabis grow room that also saves you money!

There are many things to consider when designing a marijuana grow room. Such as location, lighting, waste management and HVAC considerations.

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Here Are 4 Cannabis Strains That Produce Massive Yields

Lighting, nutrients and correct watering regime all help to maximise yields. However, selecting the right strain can make the differences between mediocre and massive harvests. Explore four biggest producers of 2020.

Take your cannabis yields to another level with our four top strains for 2020.

Nothing beats harvesting sticky aromatic buds at the end of a grow. At that moment, all of your hard work and dedication manifests into picking the fruits of your labour. The more buds you snip from their branches, the higher the level of satisfaction.

Full-spectrum nutrients, powerful lights and perfect humidity all contribute towards better yields. However, the genetic potential of each plant also determines the size of the harvest. Some varieties are small, stealthy, and provide less productive canopies. In contrast, breeders have developed highly productive cultivars that can keep your stash jars full all year round.

Below, you’ll discover four of the highest yielding strains of 2020. All of these cultivars boast an abundance of bud sites and respond exceptionally well to training techniques. Before we take a look, let’s cover some common questions about improving cannabis yields.

Sativas or Indicas—Which Yield More?

In general, sativa-dominant cannabis strains tend to provide heavier yields. These varieties reach much taller heights—sometimes resembling small trees—and produce bigger canopies, with more bud sites.

How Do Growers Achieve Large Yields?

Genetics underpin the true potential of every strain. After selecting a cultivar that promises to produce large yields, growers need to ensure they provide powerful lighting, nutrient-rich soil, and adequate amounts of water. Training techniques can also significantly improve output.

How Is Cannabis Yield Measured?

The same strain can produce dramatically different results depending on pot size, nutrient availability and the growing environment. The estimated yield of each cannabis strain derives from an average calculated from different growers.

How Does Veg Time Affect Yields?

Plants aim to grow as big as possible in their vegetative phase. Bigger plants possess more branches and bud sites, potentially meaning bigger yields. Conditions permitting, the longer your veg time, the more likely you’ll have a large harvest.

The Four Biggest Yielding Cannabis Strains of 2020

Without further ado, here are our top cannabis strain selections for 2020, for those wanting high-yielding plants that maximise productivity and output.

Green Gelato

Green Gelato produces compact and nugget-like buds. Although her flowers are relatively small, she pumps them out in massive quantities. This highly productive strain features 55% indica and 45% sativa genetics. Despite that indica-dominance, she still produces yields that far exceed some pure sativa varieties.

Our breeders at Royal Queen Seeds developed this strain with yield in mind. After some experimentation, they settled on parent strains Sunset Sherbet and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies to complete the task at hand. After several generations of crosses, they landed on a stable phenotype that churned out large harvests every single time.

Green Gelato consistently delivers impressive results, both indoors and outdoors. Indoor plants reach a medium height of 80–120cm and do well even in small grow tents. Prepare to harvest a rewarding yield of up to 700g/m² after a flowering time of 8–10 weeks.

Outdoor plants can reach up to 200cm when grown in large containers and raised beds. These tall plants are capable of producing up to 800g per plant. We recommend using stakes to prevent her bountiful branches from buckling. These plants will mature just before the end of the season, during early October.

Her aesthetic flowers boast shades of dark green, deep purple, and orange. These resinous blossoms feature a massive THC content of 27% and a medley of sweet, citrusy, and earthy terpenes. Prepare for a stimulating, energetic, and long-lasting experience.

Green Gelato
Green Gelato
Sunset Sherbet x Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies
500 to 700 gr/m²
80 – 120 cm
8 – 10 weeks
THC: 27%
Sativa 45% Indica 55%
800 gr/plant
150 – 200 cm
Early October
Clear, Physically Relaxing

Amnesia Haze

Amnesia Haze: a name known all over the cannabis world. Chances are you’ve seen this strain displayed on the shelves in cannabis dispensaries and Dutch coffeeshops. Smokers from all generations continuously seek out this cultivar for its motivating high and delicious flavours. However, she rose to stardom also thanks to her reliable productivity.

Haze genetics came to life on the West Coast of the United States—a renown breeding hot spot. After they reached the European cannabis mecca, Holland, breeders tinkered with these legendary strains. Eventually, Amnesia Haze emerged as a promising hybrid. She features 70% sativa genetics and a tall and majestic morphology.

Indoor plants peak at 140cm, although training techniques, such as LST can keep them closer to the ground, at around 80cm. Under good quality lights and with a solid feeding regimen, plants will produce up to 650g/m² after a flowering time of 10–11 weeks. Outdoor plants can tower at the height of 210cm and produce a huge yield of 700g per plant, ready to crop during late October.

Amnesia Haze boasts tall and thick buds, decorated with protruding sugar leaves and light orange pistils. These tantalising buds exude plenty of resin with a 22% THC content and sweet and fruity terpenes. Her cerebral high makes a great wake and bake option.

Amnesia Haze
Amnesia Haze
Original Amnesia Haze
600 – 650 gr/m2
80 – 140 cm
10 – 11 weeks
THC: 22%
Sativa 70% Indica 30%
650 – 700 gr/plant
175 – 210 cm
Late October
Long Lasting , Physically Relaxing, Powerful

Shogun

This mighty sativa will plunge you into the mindset of a shogun—crystal clear cognition, rational and philosophical thinking, and unrivalled motivation. Shogun ticks all of the boxes of a truly great cannabis variety. She boasts high THC levels, incredible taste, and a yield that will keep you very busy come harvest time.

Our expert breeders developed this cultivar using two legendary cannabis varieties: Amnesia Haze and Gorilla Glue 4. Both of these strains are prized for their powerful effects and huge output. Shogun inherited all of their sought-after traits and emerged with 70% sativa and 30% indica genetics.

She grows tall and proud, with a vast canopy loaded with glistening flowers. Indoor plants peak at 140cm and are suited to large grow tents with strong lighting. With her basic needs met, she’ll easily produce 600g/m² after a flowering time of 9–11 weeks. Grown outdoors, she’ll surge to a height of 190cm and pump out up to 750g per plant by the end of October.

Her dark green, frosty flowers produce 25% THC, medium levels of CBD, and earthy and piney terpenes. Enjoy her stimulating and motivating high throughout the day to accomplish all of your goals with ease.

Shogun
Shogun
Amnesia Haze x Gorilla Glue 4
550 – 600 gr/m2
90 – 140 cm
9 – 11 weeks
THC: 25%
Sativa 70% Indica 30%
650 – 750 gr/plant
150 – 190 cm
Late October
Calming, Clear, Laughter, Uplifting

Skunk XL

It doesn’t take a genius to realise where Skunk XL got her name from. Simply take this strain to the end of her grow cycle to find out. This fascinating spin on Skunk genetics combines the sensations of the original strain with enhanced yields.

Skunk genetics descend from an international mix of landrace strains—Colombian, Mexican, and Afghan—and serve as building blocks to hundreds of modern cultivars. Our talented breeders crossed them with Afghan genetics to ramp up the productivity of this quintessential sativa. The progeny emerged with a perfectly even split of 50% sativa and 50% indica genetics.

Although her yields tell a different story, Skunk XL maintains a relevantly small size. Indoor plants reach 60–100cm and can be grown in small grow tents and boxes to keep things on the down-low. They’ll throw out an impressive up to 650g/m² after a brief flowering time of 7–8 weeks. Outdoor specimens grow to taller heights of 160–200cm and produce up to 675g/plant, ready for harvest in October.

Skunk XL’s balanced genetic profile exerts a high that relaxes the body while brightening up the mind. THC levels of 17% and medium quantities of CBD keep things mellow and easy to handle. Potent flavours of sweetness and earthiness make every hit a treat.

Choosing the right genetics can help growers obtain the biggest yields possible. Discover the four highest yielding strains of 2020 and keep your stash full.

The Best High Yielding Cannabis Seeds

If you find yourself daydreaming of record-breaking yields of resin-coated flowers — there’s no better choice than high-yield cannabis strains.

Whether you’re a hobby grower or commercial cultivator, high yielding strains are the bread-and-butter crops that keep stash jars full and cannabis enthusiasts happy.

However, finding the ideal cannabis strain that yields buckets of top-shelf bud isn’t an easy task. If you’re tired of relying on breeders who claim they have strains that have more bounce-to-the-ounce, it’s time to fall back on tried-and-true advice.

Read along to discover specific criteria to help you choose the best high yielding strains for your needs.

How to Choose the Best High Yielding Cannabis Seeds

As you know, there are thousands of cannabis strains on the market. Of these, only a handful of strains produce enough flowers to fall under the high yielding category.

If you’re ready to discover strains that unleash massive amounts of bud, you must use the following criteria to judge potential strains.

Yield Potential

First and foremost, you must look at prospective strains’ yield potential.

However, you must factor in the yield potential of a strain in an outdoor and indoor environment. Typically, breeders list the yield potential of both indoor and outdoor crops of a given strain. Therefore, you must choose a strain with the highest yield potential in an outdoor or indoor setting.

THC Content

Unless you want ounces of paperweights, you must find a strain that provides a generous THC concentration. However, each grower is different, so you must consider your needs when choosing a high yielding cannabis strain.

Effects

Are you an indica, sativa, or hybrid fan?

You must choose a high yielding cannabis strain that’s right for you. Remember, high yield seeds produce a lot of weed, and the last thing you want is a boatload of bud that you won’t enjoy.

Grow Difficulty

As you browse various high yield cannabis seeds, which suits your skill level?

If you’re a beginner, you must stick to easy-to-grow cannabis strains. If you choose a strain with a difficulty above your skill set, you may not realize its maximum yield potential.

Terpene Profile

Another aspect to consider when choosing high yielding cannabis strains is the terpene profile.

Some of you may not care what bud smells or tastes like, but the terpene content is an essential trait to most cannabis enthusiasts. From tropical fruits to Pine-Sol and diesel fumes, cannabis strains present a multitude of complex terpene profiles.

By choosing high yield cannabis seeds with distinctive terpenes, your stash jar will always appeal to your taste buds.

Uniqueness and Personal Preference

Sure, a cannabis strain can yield a seemingly endless amount of bud.

However, is it to your liking? This is entirely subjective, which means the strain you pick must fit your personal preference. From purple flowers to a cascade of trichome coverage — your personal preference may be the deciding factor when choosing high yield seeds.

Value for Money and Effort

Lastly, everything comes down to the overall value.

If you believe that your time, money, and effort is justified with a high yielding strain, you made the right choice.

The 15 Best High Yielding Cannabis Seeds

As mentioned earlier, the criterion is a fool-proof method to choose the best high yielding cannabis strains. However, we’ve taken a step further to present a list of the 15 best high yielding cannabis strains.

Whether you’re on the hunt for a high yielding indica or the best indoor strain, we’ve compiled the best cannabis strains that unleash a tidal wave of buds, trichomes, and mouth-watering terpenes.

Without further ado, join us as we discover the 15 best high yielding cannabis seeds.

#15 Strawberry Kush

So you want an abundant yield, high THC, and delicious terpenes?

Meet Strawberry Kush, the indica-dominant hybrid that’s perfect for beginners that want a big haul of berry-tinged buds as far as the eye can see.

Strawberry Kush excels in both indoor and outdoor environments. However, Strawberry Kush yields the best indoors. Indoor conditions allow you to optimize everything, from temperature to air circulation, which helps Strawberry Kush pack on the weight.

From uplifting euphoria to body-numbing relaxation, Strawberry Kush is a high yielding cannabis strain that you should always have on hand.

#14 Chocolope

If you’re after award-winning strains that pack on the bud, look no further than Chocolope.

Chocolope has it all, from mind-blowing sativa effects to lip-smacking terpenes. If you enjoy cannabis that tastes and smells like chocolate-covered-coffee-beans with a dank twist, Chocolope is all you’ll ever need.

In our opinion, Chocolope is one of the easiest seeds to grow in the high yield category. Beginners will enjoy Chocolopes ease-of-growth — along with its scale-bursting yield potential.

In as little as 9-weeks, indoor and outdoor cultivators can reap ounces of trichome-drenched Chocolope buds. However, Chocolope ranks as one of the highest yielding strains for outdoor cultivators. Whether you’re a backyard farmer or guerilla grower, Chocolope is ready to crush you with ounces of award-winning weed.

#13 Super Skunk

If you’re wondering what makes Super Skunk so super, it’s none other than its ability to yield buckets of skunk’d out buds that’ll leave you in a daze.

Super Skunk has all the traits of a heavy yielder, such as thick stems and heavy branches. Each of these attributes ensures Super Skunk’s massive flowers are held high before harvest time.

Furthermore, Super Skunk seeds are a cinch to grow. Whether you’re a professional cultivator or a complete beginner, you’ll find ounces of indica-dominant Super Skunk buds at the end of 8-weeks.

Lastly, Super Skunk is optimized for outdoor growth. Although Super Skunk excels indoors, outdoor growers will find the largest yields.

If you’re looking for a high yielding cannabis strain that’ll make the grow room smell like Pepe le Pew, Super Skunk seeds are a must.

#12 Super Silver Haze

If you need one of the highest yielding indoor strains, look no further than Super Silver Haze.

From massive yields to outrageously potent weed, Super Silver Haze checks all the boxes. With consecutive High Times Cannabis Cup Awards under its belt, Super Silver Haze is a must-have strain in the garden.

However, yield farmers will be head-over-heels for Super Silver Haze’s incredible flower production. Although it takes a bit of know-how when it comes to cultivating Super Silver Haze, the final product is mind-blowing.

From a soaring head rush to pain-relieving properties, Super Silver Haze never disappoints. However, Super Silver Haze may grow into one of the biggest weed plants that you’ve ever encountered. Therefore, make sure you keep the vegetation to a minimum when growing Super Silver Haze seeds indoors.

Lastly, Super Silver Haze is known for its huge, sticky buds that smell and taste divine. If you’re a sativa-fan, don’t let another day go by without Super Silver Haze weed.

#11 Amnesia Haze

Amnesia Haze was the go-to cash crop strain for Dutch cannabis cultivators in the 90s and early 2000s. If you’re ready to grow a never-ending supply of resin-covered sativa buds, look no further than Amnesia Haze.

Amnesia Haze is the perfect example of high yield cannabis strains. From indoor to outdoor, Amnesia Haze packs on the commercial-grade weight that everyone will enjoy. However, we believe that Amnesia Haze is one of the highest yielding outdoor strains around.

There’s no better feeling than watching Amnesia Haze grow freely in the garden. Remember, Amnesia Haze grows tall, so make sure your fencing is big enough to keep those pesky neighbors at bay.

Lastly, Amnesia Haze offers some of the most potent weed you’ll ever experience. From psychedelic effects to positive vibes, you won’t regret having all of your stash jars filled with Amnesia Haze weed.

#10 THC Bomb

If you need the highest yielding outdoor strain available, it’s time to get your hands on THC Bomb seeds.

THC Bomb is the cheat code for massive outdoor yields, making it the de-facto strain for greenhouse growers and backyard cultivators. Although THC Bomb grows exceptionally well indoors, you’ll find the best yield under the great outdoors’ bright sun.

Luckily for you, THC Bomb is incredibly easy to grow. As long as you keep THC Bomb plants well fed and watered, you’ll receive dense indica-dominant buds in no time.

Furthermore, THC Bomb is loaded with THC and terpenes. If you have a sweet tooth and a desire to get utterly smashed, look no further than THC Bomb seeds.

Lastly, did we mention THC Bomb’s flowers are utterly drenched in resin? If you require massive yields for your next extraction — THC Bomb is the perfect high yielding choice.

#9 Lemon Skunk

Sometimes, it’s ok to be picky about the weed you grow. Remember, personal preference plays a significant role when choosing high yielding cannabis strains. There’s nothing better than a strain that produces an epic harvest of lemon-lime-skunk covered weed if you’re like us.

If you’re ready for a crazy amount of weed, look no further than Lemon Skunk. Overall, Lemon Skunk is one of the highest yielding outdoor strains available. However, the yield potential of Lemon Skunk isn’t far behind when grown indoors.

Regardless of where you grow Lemon Skunk, you’ll find a record-breaking harvest after 8-weeks. The best part? Citrus coated flowers that absolutely reek — even when sealed in a glass jar.

Lemon Skunk is one of the most straightforward strains to grow, which is another reason why Lemon Skunk is a no brainer.

#8 White LSD

If you’re an extract artist looking for the best indoor strain that stacks on the resin and weight, look no further than White LSD.

White LSD is one of the highest yielding marijuana strains that produce an equally impressive amount of resin. Whether you produce live resin or shatter, White LSD is a battle-tested beauty that all cannabis extractors need in the garden.

Whether you grow indoors or outdoors, White LSD will perform. However, if resin production in conjunction with yield is the top priority, indoor cultivation is the way to go.

Aside from yield potential and trichome coverage, White LSD is easy-to-grow, outrageously potent, and delicious. However, White LSD does grow tall, which means you may benefit from the ScrOG technique.

It’s rare to find a high yielding cannabis strain with so many positive characteristics, but White LSD ticks all the boxes. The only downside of White LSD is its flowering time. However, you will be rewarded with an immense amount of top-shelf buds.

#7 THC Snow

THC Snow is one of our favorite high yielding cannabis strains because it offers a complex mix of potency, flavor, aroma, and ease-of-growth.

If you want your cannabis garden to look as though it got hit by an avalanche, look no further than THC Snow seeds. From flowers to fan leaves, nothing can escape the extreme resin coverage that THC Snow provides.

Commercial cultivators prize THC Snow’s ability to lay down ounce after ounce of flowers packed with THC. Furthermore, THC Snow provides a well-balanced high that’s both relaxing and inspiring. When you need one of the best indoor strains for yield, potency, and flowering time, choose THC Snow seeds.

#6 NYC Diesel

If you’re on the hunt for a high yielding cannabis strain — don’t sell yourself short.

Instead, grab a pack of NYC Diesel seeds to help you amp up your g/watt ratio. Once you grow NYC Diesel, you’ll never search for another hybrid to hit your yield goals. However, NYC Diesel’s awesome yield potential comes at a price — a moderate difficulty rating.

If you’re a beginner, we recommend you grow NYC Diesel indoors for the best possible yield. Due to NYC Diesel’s 10-14-week flowering period, you must be patient. As long as you can handle a longer-than-average flowering time, NYC Diesel’s high yield seeds will reward you with copious amounts of sticky bud.

If you are adamant about cultivating NYC Diesel outdoors, make sure you live in a Mediterranean climate. Considering NYC Diesel’s flowering time, temperatures must not drop below freezing by November. If you can allow NYC Diesel to finish outdoors, it may prove to be one of the highest yielding outdoor strains.

#5 Medi Bud

If you’re a medical marijuana patient in need of a lot of medicine — Medi Bud is here for you.

We chose Medi Bud because it offers medical marijuana patients a high yielding strain that’s ideal for stress relief, pain management, and depression. Medi Bud contains up to 1% CBD and 18% THC, making it perfect — day or night.

Additionally, Medi Bud is beyond easy to grow. Sometimes, medical issues hamper our ability to cultivate cannabis plants. However, Medi Bud nearly grows itself, making it perfect for those who need a set-it-and-forget-it type of strain.

Remember, Medi Bud may grow tall, so ensure enough headspace in the garden, whether indoor or outdoor.

There’s no way you won’t enjoy Medi Bud’s spicy, herbal, and skunk terpene profile. Medi Bud is the high yielding cannabis strain for your medical needs from focused awareness to tranquil relaxation.

#4 Critical

Are you in critical need of boatloads of sticky weed?

If so, you need to read about one of the world’s highest-yielding cannabis strains — Critical.

Critical is known for monstrous yields that’ll make any commercial producer, let alone home grower, fall over with joy. Aside from its gargantuan yield, Critical is known for its delightful terpene profile, ease-of-growth, and fast flowering time.

As long as you give Critical enough nutrients, water, and tender-loving-care, you’ll never experience a bud drought.

Lastly, Critical’s buds ooze with resin and emit a pungently sweet aroma. Once you experience Critical’s strong body stone, you’ll never have the urgency to try anything else. Don’t let the high yield seeds pass you by — Critical is a favorite among cultivators and is quick to sell out.

#3 Neville’s Haze

If you want the best high yielding sativa strain for outdoor use, Neville’s Haze is second-to-none.

However, we must warn you — Neville’s Haze is also one of the most potent strains available. If you can handle the extreme psychoactive effects that Neville’s Haze provides, we salute you.

However, Neville’s Haze takes skill to grow due to its tall size and demanding nature. Overall, we recommend Neville’s Haze for outdoor growers because it can quickly turn an indoor garden into a jungle. Due to this, Neville’s Haze is always ranked as the perfect high yielding strain for outdoor use.

Once you experience the rush of euphoria that Neville’s Haze provides, you’ll always come back for more. Don’t worry; a single harvest will keep you stocked for months to come.

#2 Power Plant

If you want to feel like a big-league cannabis producer, Power Plant is the high yielding cannabis strain you need.

Power Plant is renowned worldwide for its scale-bending yield. However, Power Plant has more tricks up its sleeve than just yield potential. Power Plant is also loved for its neck-breaking flowering time and potent effects.

Overall, Power Plant has everything a commercial producer wants. Whether you’re a grow master or a home gardener, Power Plant will keep your jars full for a long time.

As for Power Plant’s effects, expect an abundance of thought-provoking thoughts and an urge to socialize. From relaxation to stimulation, Power Plant is a high yielding strain that everyone needs to experience.

Lastly, whether you cultivate Power Plant indoors or outdoors, you’ll experience one of the world’s highest yielding strains.

#1 Big Bud

The name says it all.

When you absolutely, positively, need the highest yielding strain imaginable, choose Big Bud seeds. Loved by commercial cultivators worldwide, Big Bud is the king of heavy yields.

Big Bud may seem too good to be true, but once you grow it — you’ll realize other strains yield peanuts compared to it.

On top of Big Bud’s massive bud production, it’s easy to grow and produces sweet-tasting flowers that provide a long-lasting euphoric experience. As you pick up Big Bud’s dense flowers, you’ll quickly notice that this is top-shelf weed that’s itching to be smoked.

Lastly, Big Bud is a hybrid, which means it offers the best of both worlds. When you need high yield seeds that’ll impress anyone — Big Bud is the ideal strain for you.

Conclusion

You’ll never be in a low supply of boutique-grade weed by choosing one (or more) of these 15 high yielding cannabis seeds.

We understand that most people say quality over quantity. However, what if you could have both? Our list is here to prove to you that you can produce massive amounts of high-quality weed. From Cannabis Cup winners to psychedelic effects, each of these high yield seeds lends unique qualities that you’ll never forget.

As a closing tip, don’t forget to invest in a high-quality pair of trimmers. As your high yield seeds produce a back-breaking amount of bud, you’ll need all the help you can get to manicure each flower to perfection.

Discover which marijuana seeds offer the highest yields indoors and outdoors without a compromise in quality.

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Made in Oregon: Cannabis Seeds Available at Oregon Dispensaries

Growing cannabis is a lot of fun, and if you wish to break free and try your hand at cultivation, a number of breeders are doing the work to make world-class genetics available in seed form through Oregon’s dispensaries.

The offerings are impressive and span heritage, Pacific Northwest staples, bioregion-specific cultivars for the backyard hobbyist, medically-minded chemovars, cup-winning contemporary designivars, and connoisseur-class flavors for discerning recreational audiences.

Massive Seeds

Lemon Pineapple, bred by Massive Seeds and grown by Roganja . (Matt Stangel for Leafly)

The third-generation Oregonian cannabis growers behind Massive Seeds have farmed the same plot of land in the Rogue Valley since 1975. The operation is full-sun, native soil, and reliant on living organics.

Since the early days, the farmers Massive have incorporated cultivars bred in and for the bioregion—like the fruit-scented, modern-genetics backbone that is DJ Short’s Blueberry ; bred in a closet in Eugene back in the late 1970s. Carrying the torch into the present day, Massive Seeds was established in 2010 within the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program, and now contributes to the state’s adult-use market by way of the recreational iteration of the family farm, presently dubbed Roganja .

Crosses like the Rogue Blue Cheese and Jager OG are created once a year in full sun, as has been Massive’s tradition for decades. The resulting seed lines are an excellent choice for the backyard enthusiast grower, offering a pedigree of full-flavor cultivars bred to resist local pests, as well as survive the inevitable tests of foul weather, while still rivaling the bag appeal of indoor.

Buy it now: Satchel in Portland

Archive Seed Bank

Flower: Do-Si-Dos #22, grown by Archive/Burnside Garden Collective. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)

Archive Seed Bank is commonly regarded in grower and breeder circles as one of the industry’s leading genetic preservationist collectives. For decades, the network of growers and seed makers have gathered rare, elite, and difficult-to-locate clone-only cuts—going direct to a chemovar’s verified originator to gather legit examples of some of the finest weed in the world.

To make these clone-only exotics available in seed form, Archive’s original breeding stud was a backcrossed Face/Off OG male known for imparting deep fuel terps and potent THC concentrations. Numerous connoisseur-quality chemovars have been conceived in Archive’s stables using this male’s pollen—perhaps most recognizably, modern-cannabis classic Do-Si-Dos.

Archive’s most recent lineup focuses in on the crowd-pleasing Do-Si-Dos as its new stud, and the resulting crosses represent the next frontier of connoisseur fuel.

Buy it now: Archive Portland in Portland

Homegrown Natural Wonders

(Matt Stangel for Leafly)

Before Odie Diesel created Oregon Diesel through a happenstance pollination of NYC Diesel by a hermaphroditic Blackberry , the patriarch of multi-generational, father-and-sons medical grow and breeding operation Homegrown Natural Wonders made seeds only sometimes and mostly to keep his garden going.

But when this lucky cross began taking home cups at local medical competitions, Odie’s in-house genetics became in-demand amongst those in the know. Eventually, Odie folded his Oregon Diesel into heritage favorites of the Pacific Northwest, like Trainwreck—resulting in Tardis —and these delicacies were distributed by third-party wholesalers and retailers.

In 2014, Homegrown Natural Wonders established itself as an independent breedership and wholesaler. Nowadays, HNW’s genetics are made available to Oregon’s recreational market through a licensing arrangement with Dog House Farms, keeping a fading era of Oregon flavors alive for today’s hobbyist growers.

Buy it now: Satchel in Portland

Dynasty Genetics

Flower: Birds of Paradise, bred by Dynasty Genetics and grown by Deep Creek Gardens. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)

Dynasty Genetics ’ breeding program dates back to the 1990s when Professor P, Dynasty’s founder and proprietor, began crossing heritage Oregon strains like the Blue Magoo to create flowers with pain-relief properties for a friend. It wasn’t long before the Professor found himself developing cannabis alternatives for a variety of medical conditions.

In a years-long process refining an alternative treatment for a young patient suffering from seizures associated with autism, Dynasty arrived at a chemovar dubbed Divina Obscura —named as such after the young patient’s symptoms improved and she began to advance her communication skills, using a whiteboard to express poetic insights into her inner feelings: “the divine mask,” she one day wrote, which was translated to Latin to reflect the language of miracles.

Astounding tales aside, Dynasty—which produces seeds and flower examples of their lineup through their recreational farm, Deep Creek Gardens —has also established itself as one of the finest breeders of connoisseur flavors on the Oregon market. Their Salmon River OG is a personal favorite, which packs in a bright, rosy scent and taste.

Buy it now: Satchel in Portland

Compound Genetics

Flower: Purple Apricot, bred by Compound Genetics and grown by High Latitude Farms. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)

From the sleek digital branding to the data-driven breeding program, Compound Genetics represents the now-est vision of consumer-available cannabis genetics that we can imagine. Breeders can finally look under the hood to see what makes our chronic tick thanks to improved lab access, and by doing so, a whole new world of experiences and flavors awaits.

Compound is at the edge of this future, analyzing and breeding for uncommon cannabinoid and terpene combinations, while upholding aroma and flavor as central pillars to the seeds they make.

Exotic aromatics like Compound’s Purple Apricot —a delicious citrus treat—have been making their way to Oregon dispensaries in flower form over the last year, and from what we’ve seen, we’d be proud to run Compound’s gear in our tents.

Buy it now: Coming soon to Five Zero Trees locations across Oregon.

Explore some of the very best genetics Oregon has to offer in seed-form. Featuring strains from Archive, Dynasty Genetics, and more, these seed packets promise a bright future for your cannabis garden.

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Buy Cannabis Seeds in Portland

“Keep Portland Weird” is the motto and the city certainly loves to live up to the name! With an array of weird events, sites and sights, what’s not to love about this funky, beer and donut loving, environmentally friendly living city? Ranked Best Beer City in the world, home of the world’s smallest park (measuring all of two feet across!), host of the annual World Naked Bike Ride event, and home of the most vegan and vegetarian restaurants in the entire country, this city has something to entertain everyone.

Waterfalls and mountains galore; Portland is a mecca for outdoor adventures. Exploring Mt Tabor’s trails, adventuring along the historic Columbia River Highway to chase waterfalls like Multnomah Falls, or spending a weekend traipsing through Mt Hood’s extensive forests outdoor escapades are incredibly accessible to all. From its humble roots as a shipping port; the city that was named in a coin toss (literally a toss between Portland and Boston) has grown to be one of the 20 largest cities in the country, and although the city residents are aging, the median age of the population is still in its early thirties, helping it keep its hipster, cold-brew and microbrewery loving title.

Whatever your vibe may be, Portland is a very open minded and inclusive community, with an affinity for cannabis, coffee, beer and all things weird. If you are looking to start your own grow in the city, I49 Cannabis Seeds has a huge selection in the online cannabis seed bank with something to suit everyone’s needs. With a super easy online ordering system, why not have those pot seeds delivered to your front door right away?

When you buy cannabis seeds in Portland with I49, you are set to have your own personal stash in as little as 10 weeks! Might we suggest the wonderful, daytime friendly sour diesel seeds for a little pick me up and some pain relief? Citrusy taste and leaves you still able to adult your way through the day – winning!

Why choose I49 Seed Bank?

When you fancy premium quality seeds from a trusted and reputable company, I49 Oregon is your one stop shop for all of your 420 seeds online. Purchase your marijuana seeds with confidence knowing that they come with a solid germination guarantee, rave customer reviews and incredible price points. Quality and variety are superbly important, but accessibility is as well. Offering all of your favorite strains and some new ones that may soon become fast favorites of yours, I49 offers some incredible sales on a ton of different seeds; take a look at some of the cheap weed seeds online.

Are Weed Seeds Legal in Portland?

The state of Oregon has legalized the adult use, possession and cultivation of cannabis and cannabis products for those 21 years old and above. While weed seeds are legal across the entire country, some states only allow them as novelty items; fear not! In Oregon it is legal to possess up to 10 seeds AND 4 marijuana plants, not to mention up to 8 ounces of “usable” marijuana (dried leaves and flowers aka buds). So, whether you’re interested in making some tinctures for Aunt Susan with her arthritis, or solely for your own personal and recreational use (check out some high thc seeds) you can rest assured that the seeds you are buying for personal use are completely legal.

Take a look at the online seed bank I49 USA offers here. Commercial grows and sales have their own sets of rules on limits and regulations, so if you’re planning on a legal commercial cannabis operation, please make sure you are doing your due diligence research for your specific setup.

Autoflower Seeds: A Buyers Guide

Ready to get growing? When it comes to choosing between autoflower seeds and regular seeds, here’s a few reasons you may prefer autoflowering plants:

Autoflower plants don’t require tedious light cycles to start the flowering process. Upon germination, they begin to flower; cutting their growth time down to about half the time as compared to the average regular seed.

Without complicated lighting systems and timers, autoflowers have survived off as few as 4 hours of light per day. This amount of light would not provide optimal yields, but the chance of royally screwing up your entire grow by one missed cycle is greatly reduced with these persistent and resilient plants!

Due to the fact that autoflowers start their flowering cycle right away, the plants don’t reach higher than 3 feet tall, making them ideal candidates for small space setups, or for growing in your garden without catching the eye of your snoopy neighbors or pedestrians walking by.

Feminized Seeds and How They Work

Growing your own ganja at home has become so much easier and acceptable in recent years, but with the explosion of options there is also a sense of overwhelm that new growers may feel. Learning new terminology and picking the right seeds for your needs can seem a bit daunting at first! You’ll likely see ‘fem’ or feminized seeds talked about frequently, so let’s break that term down and keep it simple.

Feminized seeds are just that – female. In a totally safe and effective scientific process, female plants are encouraged to grow pollination sacs like a male plant, that pollen is then used to pollinate another female plant and the resulting seeds are all female! Why are female plants the ones you likely want to be growing? Simply put, female plants are the producers of the flowers; those lovely, sticky buds you’re likely wanting to harvest. Instead of growing seeds that you will have to inspect for sex during the vegetation stage, and turf the male plants, skip the redundant process and stick to growing the female plants. There are a ton of feminized cannabis seeds for sale on I49’s online seed bank, so get those girls going today!

Portland Seedbank: Perfect Strains for Portland?

One of our top choices to buy cannabis seeds in Portland, Oregon are blue dream seeds – once you’ve harvested these generous yielding plants; you can expect an uplifting, energetic boost that will allow you to focus on your upcoming assignments due at Portland State University or the University of Portland, or perhaps just for a crank-your-tunes and clean the house morning.

A well-known classic, kush seeds provide relief from migraines, stress, anxiety and pain management, these might not be the best choice for your first grow as they tend to be a bit trickier than some; but when you have your setup really dialed in, you can’t go wrong with the west coast favorite! This strain pairs nicely with a growler from a nearby brewery (how about Breakside in Woodland, or dog patio friendly Gigantic Brewing Co. near Reed College?) and some iconic donuts (might we suggest Voodoo Doughnuts, Donut Queen or Delicious Donuts for some tasty treats?). Can’t beat that award-winning combination!

Lastly, but certainly not least, the yields you can reap from growing girl scout cookies seeds packs a serious punch! The high can last most of the day, so make sure you plan accordingly and don’t need to drive anywhere anytime soon! Tasty, and potent, this strain will have your creative juices flowing. Recently been inspired by the Art Walks in Pearl District, Alberta Street or Central Eastside? Clear some space and get creative!

What are CBD Seeds and what are they useful for?

CBD has been all the rage the past few years, and for good reason! Known for its incredible therapeutic benefits, CBD, or cannabidiol offers growers and users alike the opportunity to experience the amazing natural and healing effects without the altered state that plants with higher THC content produce. There are countless medical studies completed and underway that all explore the benefits that longtime users and historical documents have long described. Dating back to 2737 BC, the first documented use of CBD derivatives used by Chinese Emperor Sheng Nung, many cultures have used this sacred plant for medicinal purposes. Thankfully the science is finally catching up, and you can now use your cbd seeds to make your own tinctures, balms, oils or whatever you require. Great for treating anxiety, stress, inflammation and numerous other ailments, CBD is safe for you and your dog, literally.

Buy Weed Seeds Online for Your Home Grow

For all of your home grow needs, I49 has a huge selection of weed seeds that will suit your individual setup and requirements. Providing seeds recommended for amateur and professional growers alike, there are dozens of choices from strains to autoflowering and feminized varieties. When you’re ready to start growing, cruise through the online seed bank from the comfort of your own home and get your grow on!

How to Find the Best Marijuana Seeds for Sale in Portland?

Growing your own cannabis seeds at home is easy as ready-made pie when you shop with I49. Portland’s most trusted online seed bank, there’s no need to even put pants on or leave the house to get your favorite seeds delivered to your front steps. After a day exploring Willamette Valley’s pinot rich vineyards, pack a bowl or roll a joint from your gorilla glue seeds bounty and melt your way into the couch for an evening of Hulu and chill.

Buy cannabis seeds in Portland online from I49 Oregon! Choose from autoflower, regular and feminized marijuana seeds for sale in the USA. 1-888-441-4949

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Crown OG

a clone only variety

Here you can find all info about the clone only cannabis strain Crown OG. If you are searching for information about the clone only Crown OG, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Degustation, Strain Reviews, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds or User Comments 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 Strain Info

Crown OG is a mostly indica variety, listed in our database as a clone only strain and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors . .

What do we know about the clone-only Crown OG?

Crown OG is an indica strain that stays true to its OG roots with a sweet pine aroma and potent euphoric effects. While Crown OG may take a toll on your memory and cognitive sharpness, its crushing THC content is perfect for patients suffering severe pain or insomnia. This strain took 1st place in the 2015 High Times Denver Cannabis Cup as “Best Indica Concentrate,” earning the victorious stripes its name sets forth.

Crown OG Reviews

We’ve collected strain info from one grower for Crown OG.

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Crown OG Degustation

The seedfinder users tested Crown OG and uploaded information about the taste and effects of Crown OG. Here a short overview, click to the charts or links to get an exact description and find similar cannabis varieties!

Taste / Flavour

The taste / flavour of Crown OG was characterized as Microbiological (very much Earth and also a little bit Wood) and additionally as a little bit Sour (a little bit Acidic), Sweet (Sugar), Spicy (Pine; a bit of Sandalwood and also a little bit Hashish) and Bitter. . read more

Effect / Effectiveness

14% Pain numbing

Crown OG have basically a strong effect to the Body (fairly Narcotic and also a little bit Calming and Pain numbing) but is also affecting to the Head (fairly Exhilarating and also a little bit Relaxing and Meditativ). . read more

Crown OG Gallery

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Crown OG Lineage / Genealogy

  • Crown OG »»» SFV OG x King Louis probably
  • SFV OG
    • OG Kush SFV Cut Probably
      • »»» Chemdawg x Probably
      • Lemon Thai x Hindu Kush, Pakistan
        • Lemon Thai »»» Sativa
        • Hindu Kush, Pakistan »»» Indica
      • Chemdawg
        • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
  • King Louis
    • OG Kush Louis XIII cut (specified above)

Map of the Crown OG Family Tree

Crown OG Hybrids & Crossbreeds

Crown OG User Comments

Altogether we’ve collected 1 user comment about Crown OG. Here you find the 1 english user comment:

Justin108 – 12.04.2020

Crown OG Kush (San Fernando Valley OG Kush x King Louis) by Crown Genetics.
Cannabinoid Content: 23.13% THC, 0.049% CBD and 26.60% Total Cannabinoids.

Terpenes: This cultivar reportedly tends to dominate in Myrcene with similar or slightly lower levels of Limonene, α-Pinene, Humulene and beta-Caryophyllene.

Flavors: Lemon, Pine, Pepper, Earth, Diesel

Crown OG Kush can produce these Medicinal Effects (and more): analgesic, anti-anxiety, anti-depressant, mood enhancement/euphoric, nausea and gi pain relief, anti-inflammatory, muscle-relaxant, heightened senses, stress relief, sedative/calming.

Opinion:While social media promotes Crown OG Kush being enjoyed by attractive, hip, young people, entertainers and rappers – Don’t be mistaken! This is a stellar example of a very potent, thoroughly enjoyable, OG Kush varietal Cannabis strain that can satisfy the most discerning and/or difficult consumers including those suffering from varied and/or serious symptoms! Not many strains can be THIS sedating AND euphoric both, further encouraging relief and reward. Don’t be fooled if your Crown OG consists of little-ish nugs/buds – they usually pack a mighty punch!

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Jack frost weed strain

Jack Frost Strain

Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 23%, CBN: 1%

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Jack frost is everything you’d expect from it’s lineage! 🤩🤗

My favorite strain on earth! Minty taste and chill vibes. LOVE LOVE LOVE!

Forgot Jack herre as mother strain aka why jack . frost but very good strain lover it

You just stay in a happy place when even trying to be serious. Try it, you will like it!

Found this strain about a month ago. I LOVE it. Just like they say, it’s easy on the thrust and one of the nicest nerve calmer I’ve found. Has a calming effect on my neurological system when my restless leg gets going. Try it. You just might like it.

Even though I usually do concentrates of most strains, I had Jack Frost in flower form. I had a nice(small) sized nug. thinking I wasn’t going to feel it as much, I do another small nug. before I can finish the first nug. I was stopped by the powerful euphoria after a couple of exhalations. I had a shit eating smile for a good hour, then just knocked out. Yes, I am shocked it got me that well. I was at a pain level 9ish out of ten in lower back. (L5-S1). after the first bowl, I clearly forgot about the pain and some unrelated stress just vanish. Recommended in moderation only, overdosing (ha) might be accompanied with dizziness and/or paranoia for novice users. Less is more.

White Widow is mated with Northern Lights #5 to produce strong cannabis 'Jack Frost' that has an extremely euphoric and uplifting effect on your system. Its high also has other significant effects on your system, including creative, happy and energetic. It has a fluffy green coloured appearance. …

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Bomb Seeds Cherry Bomb

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Try the search button here on RIU.

Anyways, here is one of the many pics of Cherry Bomb that I have posted to this site

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Dont go confusing the guy! Not trying to start an argument, but Cherry Bomb does NOT have THC Bomb in it. I have been growing it for years.

From the breeders website:

“The result of crossing our monster yielding Big Bomb with a unique and fruity mother means growers can expect an explosion of flavour and maximum yields. “

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Try the search button here on RIU.

Anyways, here is one of the many pics of Cherry Bomb that I have posted to this site

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Thank you very much

My last run with her was harvested maybe 3 months ago. I grew out 5 girls under a 400 and yielded 12 oz. I had a 6th that I treated with colloidal silver and made fem beans. I currently have 4 of them beans in Veg right now!

Very vigorous growth in veg. A plant from seed almost trippled in size after 12/12 flip. The clones barely double in size.

Be prepared as you will have to support the buds as they are very heavy! I recommend topping and training to maxamize yields and to help with supporting the colas.

In veg they have a very nice diesel funk, almost smells like gear oil.

At harvest, tgey are a cross of cherry candy and diesel fuel.

Very potent, and is one of my favorites along and i get many requests for it from family members.

One of the best yielding strains (that is still top shelf) i have ever had the pleasure to grow.

Oh, from seed a good 10 week flower, from clone 8-9 weeks

Hi All. I have searched here and on other sites but I can't find any pics, info or grow reports of recent on bomb seeds cherry bomb and also their new…