They do it their own way in Colorado, so it’s not surprising that the prohibition of cannabis in this refreshingly rugged state would eventually come to an end.
In a word, yes. Having been formally legalized in 2012, Colorado’s licensed marijuana trade got off the ground fully in 2014. Since then it has matured into an industry worth in excess of a billion dollars annually, with dispensaries, growing operations, in fact every type of cannabis-based business you can think of popping up all across the state.
Is it legal to buy marijuana seeds in Colorado?
Your plants will boast plentiful, firm branches, stay within a manageable height of up to 1 meter when kept inside and a little below 2 meters in the open air, and will respond well to nurturing techniques such as SCROG (Screen of Green) and Topping. They will also have a high resistance to mould, and can adapt well in hot or cold climates.
With any luck this article should have covered most of the main bases, but as always there’s no substitute for doing your own research. So it is advisable to check with the relevant state government departments to get to grips with the finer points of Colorado’s cannabis legislation, and to find out if there have been any recent policy changes.
With such a perfect climate for growing weed, pretty much any variety will do well in Colorado. However, if you’re growing for personal use and want to get the absolute most out of your permitted six plants, these are our recommendations for cannabis strains which will thrive in Colorado’s verdant yet sometimes rather arid climate:
Outdoors growing is prohibited by state law and is only allowed in secure locations. You can cultivate your weed plants in your house, away from windows. If you’re renting a property, you must follow the owner’s lease agreements as they have the right to ban the use of weed.
Growing indoors will allow you more browsing options, and you’ll enjoy looking at the various cannabis seeds for sale in marijuana seed banks. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it? It’s a lot of fun, providing you have the proper indoor setup to get you started.
You may be wondering where you can find marijuana seeds for sale in Colorado. It’s legal to walk into a Colorado cannabis seed bank to buy cannabis seeds for medicinal or recreational use. You can also purchase edibles and other marijuana concentrates.
If you want to apply for a commercial grow license, you must complete a Marijuana License Application and pay a fee of $2,500. You’ll also have to keep sufficient records and inventory details of your cannabis plants.
If you could grow weed seeds naturally outdoors in Colorado, you’d be able to choose from a large variety of strains. You could pick either Sativa seeds or Indica seeds, but we would recommend the latter due to the tough plant stems.