It’s been legal in Colorado to grow cannabis at home since 2014, other states have similar laws which have led to a surge in popularity in growing hemp for CBD. Naturally, this means many new businesses are selling hemp seeds, and not all of them have the knowledge or experience they should. Inevitably, many of these outfits don’t adhere to national, state, or local laws. At Cheyenne Mountain Seed Company we are confident that our seeds are of the highest quality and meet every regulation.
We currently stock three hemp seed strains. The first is Mountain Mango, which boasts a CBD to THC ratio of 28:1. The second is Quick Kush, with a ratio of 28:1 it produces frosty, dank flower in short order. Our third choice, Cherry Wine, has a ratio of 25:1. These ratios ensure that you can grow plants that are low in THC and provide high amounts of CBD at the same time.
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Growing Hemp at Home for CBD without your state’s Department of Agriculture Permit
Home growers, especially those with families, want to ensure they don’t accidentally get seeds that produce high THC plants. To help you grow hemp with the highest CBD and lowest THC levels, we only sell feminized hemp seeds. Our seeds contain less than 0.3% THC and we ensure they stay that way by producing them under complete environmental control in our state-of-the-art indoor grow rooms. Eliminating the possibility of cross-pollination ensures that they keep their low THC properties, making them perfect for home growers who are interested in CBD. Hemp can provide many benefits for your family, and buying seeds from a trustworthy organization will give you peace of mind.
Because growing hemp in your home has been legalized so recently there is quite a bit of false information floating around as people figure out what’s going on. It’s important to stay informed on the latest regulations and laws. The rules vary quite a bit from state to state and the laws are very dynamic right now. You’ll also want to research whether growing your hemp inside or outside will be the best choice for you.
No crop is guaranteed, which is why knowledge is power for farmers. Choosing the seeds for your hemp crop is one of the most important decisions you’ll make, so it helps to get the right kind of guidance. The best hemp seed companies care deeply about helping their clients make educated and confident decisions when they buy hemp seeds to grow.
Here are the six tips to buying hemp seeds to grow, straight from the mouths of experienced and successful hemp farmers:
Once you’ve decided what hemp product you want to harvest, search for seed companies that offer hemp strains designed for that purpose. Often, these companies have spent years crossbreeding strains to enhance the seed’s output. For example, a hemp seed that can increase CBD production by just 2% in each plant can result in thousands of extra dollars in your pocket for every acre planted.
5. Work with Seed Companies that Understand Compliance
Compliance starts with the seed company. You’ll want to choose hemp seeds for growing for sale that are genetically designed to produce low amounts of THC. If your seed company doesn’t provide low-THC seeds, it will be nearly impossible to stay in compliance.
Of course, each farmer must test their plants through every stage in the growing process to ensure THC rates are below the limit. Starting out with the right seeds, however, can make this process much easier and help ensure you get to harvest without any compliance issues.
Therefore, it’s crucial that before you invest in hemp seeds for growing, you determine what results you want.
Industrial hemp farmers need to be extremely careful to ensure that their hemp product stays in compliance with federal law. That means their hemp crop must have a concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) below 0.3%.
Hemp can grow in most parts of the US, with the exception of extreme desert areas. Hemp seeds grow best in warm weather and well-drained soil. However, Blue Forest Farms has dedicated themselves to developing strains that have been optimized for each individual, growing climate. If you’re interested in learning which varieties work best in your region, get in touch with one of our sales representatives.
Blue Forest Farms has provided CBD hemp seeds throughout the world. Our industry recognized genetics program has given our seeds a reputation for yielding hemp plants that are high quality, phenotypically consistent, and withing federally compliant, legal levels of THC (0.3% or less), meaning they are non-psychoactive and legal to grow across the United States and beyond.
Perfect for outdoor or indoor growing climates, and do not require greenhouses to finish. Perfect for extraction or raw flower. Our High CBD Seeds offer exceptional value, with high levels of phyto-cannabinoids and terpenes. Our focus in hand picking these varietals was quality, above all else. Our rare, special strains have gained popularity in the hemp cigarette industry as an alternative to smoking tobacco and marijuana. Invest in the best. Our genetics offer extremely high research, therapeutic and economic value.
How much does hemp CBD seed cost?
Typically, we recommend germinating indoors and planting starts outdoors. If you are unable to germinate indoors, you can alternatively purchase female clones, which are 14-21 days old and ensure exceptional performance with 0% variability. More information about the germination process can be found on our resource page.
If you are growing hemp for fiber or grain production, you do not need to purchase feminized hemp seeds. In fact, some male plants are required to pollinate the female plants for seed production.
Achieve an exceptional return on investment. Our stable, genetically isolated seeds give your grow the best chance of success. With CBD levels averaging in the 13-18% range, our low THC, High CBD genetics ensure your crop won’t run hot. Each one of our strains was hand picked for the sole purpose of industrial growth and harvest. Have peace of mind knowing that our exceptional quality control standards, commitment to excellence, and socially responsible approach ensure you are investing in a product that meets or exceeds your expectations.
The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill legalized the cultivation of hemp within the United States. That being said, it’s still a highly regulated crop. Hemp licenses can be obtained in 49 states via the that department of agriculture or the United States Department of Agriculture. It is illegal to grow hemp in Idaho.