The decision to grow marijuana is personal. This undertaking will potentially affect many other aspects of your life. Of course, before you start, it is a good idea to get a sense of what it would take to get the project off of the ground. One of the most common questions people have when they are thinking about starting their own grow operation is: “how do I even get marijuana seeds?”
Some of us just want to get the most out of our gardens. If that’s you, then check out strains that are built to be the work horses of cannabis cultivation. There are specific genetics that allow a plant to maximize output when treated properly, and these strains will allow you to produce significantly more bud in significantly less space. They will often allow for the best value for money in terms of the cost of the seeds, grow systems, other equipment, and supplies, vs. the total grams harvested.
WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW?
Thankfully, breeders and bud tenders have been hard at work for decades, researching new marijuana strains for every growing situation imaginable. Whether you are living at high altitudes up in the mountains or just looking for maximum yield using a minimum of space, there is a seed out there just waiting for you to find it and put it in some soil.
Allow me to explain…
Acquiring marijuana seeds used to be very difficult. Back in the day, before the legalization of marijuana and cannabis cultivation in general, the only way to get viable marijuana seeds was to know someone who was already growing marijuana and buy some from them. That meant that very few people ever actually started growing weed, and those who did often knew each other or had friends in common.
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The beauty of seed packs from The Farm is that you get a variety of F1 seeds of a single strain. Like variations in a litter of puppies, each F1 seed holds its own unique potential for developing different amounts of traits from the parents. Those slight variations within the seeds in the pack are a wonderful thing. With each single-strain seed pack, the home grower will find varying levels of traits they personally like and connect with. From there, growers can select the perfect plant from which to cut clones.
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