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dwarf weed seed

While many marijuana users are open about using weeds, some are still closeted users. This is where dwarf autoflower seeds come into play. People can grow pot either for personal or medical use discreetly. This guide is for everyone looking for small and compact cannabis strains cultivated in tight spaces such as closets, flower beds, and balconies. Lucky for you, our online seed shop has a variety of dwarf seeds to choose from. Read on to find out more about dwarf seeds.

If you are looking to grow dwarf weed seeds, you must look at various strains before settling. Sativa cannot be classified as dwarfs because they grow into very tall plants. Indicas fall into the dwarf category as they have short plants, but some can get up to 6 feet (180 cm) high. However, your best bet is Ruderalis, as they give the shortest autoflower strains, with the highest going up to 3 feet (90 cm) tall.

What Are Dwarf Seeds?

Dwarf seeds give marijuana plants with a small structure, with most strains growing up to four feet high. They are the best if you want to grow cannabis plants discreetly because you can plant them in your closet, balcony, or garage. The best thing is you don’t have to sacrifice quality or potency because most dwarf marijuana plants have high THC levels.

Their short stature makes it ideal for growing in various places. Their best feature is their ability to thrive in tight spaces, meaning that you can cultivate them in closets, garages, balconies, or between other plants. Better yet, small cannabis plants are highly tolerant of a range of weather conditions because of their Ruderalis lineage.

You can never go wrong with seeds from our seed shop; we are a trusted and highly rated online seed shop. We have a variety of autoflowering dwarf seeds on Dutch Seeds Shop. Buy from us, and you will not be surprised a few weeks after planting because our dwarf seeds are precisely that, dwarf.

The appearance of herbs planted in herb patches now match the herb’s appearance in the player’s inventory.

A nearby gardener will not watch over your growing dwarf weed.

Players can now dig up healthy herb patches before they’re fully grown. To prevent players from gaining experience repeatedly by planting and digging up herb seeds, they experience usually gained from planting them are now given when harvesting them, alongside the usual harvesting experience.

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Planting dwarf weed seeds is profitable; therefore, players are advised to use ultracompost (or the enhanced Fertile Soil spell) as this lowers the chance of your herbs becoming diseased, as well as increasing the yield of herbs.

Dwarf weed seeds can be planted in a herb patch with level 79 Farming in order to produce grimy dwarf weeds.

The value was changed from 64 to 6 so that it would appear below more valuable seeds when on the ground.

Dwarf weed seeds can be obtained as a monster drop, by pickpocketing Master Farmers or bought from the Vinesweeper minigame for 9000 points each.

A nearby gardener will not watch over your growing dwarf weed.

Planting dwarf weed seeds are very profitable, so therefore players are advised to make sure that the herb does not die. Ultracompost is strongly recommended, as this is the best way of preventing your herbs from getting disease and increasing yield per patch. If you have completed My Arm’s Big Adventure, the herb patch on top of the Troll Stronghold becomes disease-free, ensuring that your seed won’t die. Even if you plant it there however, you should still use ultracompost to increase your yield and profit.

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Dwarf weed seeds can be planted in a herb patch in order to produce grimy dwarf weeds. This requires a Farming level of 79.

The following table shows the profit yield, assuming all the herbs and seeds are purchased/sold at the Grand Exchange, for the guide price. If the herb dies, the loss will be -8,157 coins.