Did a ton of research on this a few years ago. I'd check out attitude seed bank and look at CBD Crews lineup. Have made like 6 orders and they have come every time. IMO if you go with attitude you will have nothing to worry about.
Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought if the post office tells you to come down and pick it up then they know what it is. Seeds that go straight through are safe. Reason being when you pick it up they see you personally do it, now they have right to enter your property?
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I'm looking into purchasing some seeds off of seedsman.com. good idea? Bad idea?
Ordered from them 3x now. You will not be disappointed.
I second this. I’ve been purchasing from them for ten years now
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After about a week or two, you will also be able to determines its sex. It is a very easy thing to do. If you are not sure on the sex, post pictures and ask the community.
So you want to start growing cannabis, but have no idea where to start?
Soon, your plant will out root the small container it's in You will need to transplant it into a much larger container. Prepare your new, large, drain-able pot. Take the container your plant is in, and gently bend the sides. What this does is break off any dirt or roots that are touching the inside walls. Now that you have done this, you can carefully and slowly turn the cup upside down and the contents of the cup will slide right out. You can break off some of the dirt, but do not let any of the roots be exposed to light. They will dry out and die. Quickly, place your plant into the new pot. Give it a nice watering and place it back into the grow room under 24-on/0-off hours of lighting (or 18/6). Your plant will probably not grow for a day or so, this is normal after transplanting.
There are many ways to train your plant to increase the yield. Use one or multiple of these techniques to create more tops/colas (budsites) or to promote stronger stalks and more vigorous nutrient uptake.
Once you have a sprouted seed, water as needed.
Water your plant when the soil is dry. This is the #1 mistake new growers make – they water too often. Overwatering is not "giving the plant too much water" it is "giving the plant water too often." There are two simple steps to watering cannabis:
There are several ways to germinate your seeds. Placing them inside a damp paper towel in a dark place), drop them in a shot glass. Or just simply planting them in dirt.