At the moment, there are no physical stores that sell cannabis seeds in Vermont. However, don’t let that stop you if you live in Vermont and want to grow the same cannabis strains winning tournaments. People who live in Vermont can still smoke the same strains from California by buying them from us. We have a massive amount of cannabis strains in our inventory that include designer weed too such as the White Runtz strain.
There are not any established marijuana seed banks yet from Vermont. However, we are sure there are going to be some real talented marijuna breeders from there now that laws are friendly for cannabis. We are always on the lookout for talented cannabis breeders that we can reach out and carry their seeds in our seed bank. We welcome collaborating with any local talent from Vermont who wants their marijuana seeds in our seed bank. Please reach out to us either via our Instagram page or email.
Vermont Cannabis Seed Bank
Vermont marijuana seeds nearby for residents can not compete with the inventory of our seed bank. Find exotic marijuana strain options from all over the globe, and difficult to find seeds. We have guides for those who are after specific types of marijuana strains. Most people are after strains that are going to yield the most, and have high THC potency. We have both these type of cannabis seeds available for commercial and at home growers. Our marijuana seed bank connects you with the same genetics that are in demand in legal states across the USA.
It’s critical to buy marijuana seeds that have been feminised if your goal is to cultivate. People in Vermont can legally germinate seeds that are feminised, and will for certain have female plants that will flower buds. Only female marijuana plants will produce bud that can be cured and smoked later. We are sure as retailers begin to legally open up shops in Vermont, there will be clones available for sale. The strain options with clones locally can not compete with our vast marijuana seed options for sale.
We know it can become difficult picking the right cannabis seeds with over 5,000 available in our seed bank. This is why we are frequently writing articles on breeders who stand out in our seed bank. It can become a task itself searching for the many marijuana seeds we have for sale. We are always getting new cannabis seed inventory from talented breeders from all over.
However, despite the passing of both possession and cultivation laws, legislation for the commercial sale and taxation of recreational marijuana remains frustratingly unavailable for the people of Vermont.
However, despite their seemingly progressive approach to cannabis legality, the state has yet to move towards the booming commercialised market offered up by states like California and Nevada.
In 2018, Vermont became the first U.S state to legalise the use of marijuana through legislation as opposed to a ballot measure. The new legislation allows for the recreational consumption, possession and home cultivation of cannabis in the state.
Vermont Cannabis Law
Still, the momentum for recreational sales continues to gather pace in Vermont, and local state officials remain confident a bill to establish an adult market for marijuana sales will still advance in 2020, despite the ongoing global pandemic. Support for the bill has bicameral backing with both sides still working to agree on the final wording of the bill to advance to the governor.
Despite Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders pledge to federally legalise cannabis should he have been successful in his quest to become the Democratic nominee for President in 2020 (he was not), Vermont continues to miss out on the potential financial windfall that legalised cannabis would inevitably bring to the state.
With over 90 years of prohibition to follow, Vermont switched track and became one of the first U.S states to legalise the use of medical marijuana in 2004 following state legislature with the decriminalisation of cannabis to follow in 2013.
Let’s take a closer look at the cannabis laws in Vermont.
Wherever you get your seeds, plan to pay at least $50 for ‘standard’ (meaning there are male and female, ideally at least 50/50 ratio) seeds, and at least $100 for feminized (all female) seeds. If you’re paying over $100 for seeds, do your homework and make sure that you read a few reviews — searching Instagram is the fastest way to find ‘testers’ grown by the breeders and other customers.
Not surprisingly, we’ve been getting a TON of inquiries for people looking for both seeds and clones, and since we’ve got a lot of very talented grower friends in Vermont, and it’s more important than ever to both support our local neighbors, and to be more self-sufficient yourself. So, it’s time to give the people what they want, and to activate the Vermontijuana network in order to connect you with locally-sourced seeds and clones.
Sherpa Seeds have also been breeding in Vermont since before it was cool, and have a similarly excellent track record and reputation. The Sherpa Seeds website may or may not be updated, so if you’re ready to order, we recommend sending a DM to @sherpa_seeds on Instagram if you’ve got questions. Rat Trap, Bird Song, Pig Pen, and Fly Tape are all proven outdoor winners in northern Vermont.
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We’re not in the retail business and Vermontijuana won’t be selling anything directly, that’s not how this works. What we’re going to provide is a match-making service for our growing list of vetted Vermontijuana cultivators and let you all take it from there. For seeds, skip below and follow the links for locally-sourced beans; for clones, keep reading, as it’s a little more complicated.
As we’ve said around these parts before, “When the Snow Season Ends, the Grow Season Begins“, and even if the ‘Rona hadn’t shut down public gatherings and prematurely ended ski season, late March / early April is the ideal time of the year to start getting your cannabis plants ready for outdoor cultivation.