It’s no secret that biotechnology companies have their eyes on the cannabis industry. Certainly, commercial cannabis cultivation facilities would be open to using genetically modified seeds, eventually phasing out the original genetics if it meant a boost in profits.
Law enforcement toward seed sales has always been one of those blurry areas, mostly glossed over. I have never heard of anyone arrested or punished for ordering cannabis seeds, and most reputable seed banks estimate fewer than 1 percent of orders are confiscated in the mail. Most will send another order free of charge if the seeds are lost or confiscated on their way here.
But I didn’t feel a shared sense of victory with the people on the screen. I’m concerned cannabis consumers are choosing convenience over sustainability.
I was leaving for work when I caught a quick glimpse on the news of the chaotic scenes playing out as opening day of our state’s first adult-use cannabis retailers opened their doors to the public Nov. 20. A sea of excited consumers descended upon the shops, elated at the idea of legally purchasing cannabis over the counter.
This leaves prospective cultivators with few options for obtaining seeds — hoping a friend has a source, attending cannabis-centric events, and the most common method, ordering them illegally from online seed banks.
The search is over.
In this case, a Sativa strain is best. These plants are ideal for everyday smoking, although they aren’t ideal for those who already suffer from anxiety or insomnia. Feel free to browse our wide selection of Sativa strains if this is right up your alley!
To participate in the annual Emerald Cup, one must be at least 21 years old. Valid photo ID will be required at the door, and as usual, the medical cannabis smoking section is outside the venue. You do not have to be a medical marijuana patient in order to attend this amazing event.
Buy Marijuana Seeds in Maine
If so, you’re in luck.
Some of the most popular kinds of hybrid seeds we offer include:
Held at the Sonoma County fairgrounds every December, the Emerald Cup celebrates the finest homegrown California growers have to offer. In 2017, Emerald Cup winners included Lemon Kush, Tangie Select, Berry Cobbler and Purple Candy Cane. Runners up included Sour OG, Cheese and Edens White Fire. The overall winner of the cannabis competition in 2017 was Lemon Crush cultivated by Molecular Farms.
Once the taproot forms, let it grow to up to 3/4 of an inch before transplanting! If yours never sprout a taproot, it could be that they dried out too much. As an emergency effort, you can drop them back into a cup of distilled water and let them soak until a taproot forms. Then, repeat the same steps above, transplanting once the taproot reaches 1/2 of an inch long.