Bleugenius CBD Seeds (Feminized)
Minimum order 100 seeds
- 100 Seeds $3.00 p/Seed
- 500 Seeds $2.50 p/Seed
- 1000 Seeds $2.00 p/Seed
- 5000 Seeds $1.50 p/Seed
- 20000 Seeds $1.0 p/Seed
- 50000+ Seeds $0.9 p/Seed
- 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. Bleugenius CBD Seeds (Feminized), 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.
- 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.
- It depends what your end goal is for your crop.
If you’re growing hemp for CBD, your best option is hemp with high CBD content and good feminization rates; the feminization rate is important because CBD is extracted from female hemp plants. You can alternatively purchase female clones, which are 14-21 days old and ensure exceptional performance with 0% variability.
For fiber and seed production, you’ll need hemp seeds that produce both male and female plants; for the latter, some male plants are necessary to pollinate the female plants for seed production.
- Hemp will 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.
In terms of legality, agriculture licenses for hemp production are available in 46 states, thanks to the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. It is illegal to produce hemp in Idaho, Mississippi, New Hampshire and South Dakota.