Buying hemp seeds is an investment in your future. It’s important to take your investment seriously and know what to look for when buying. Our team of experts is continuously growing and studying strains and techniques for growing each strain. We want to bring our knowledge to you so you can benefit and grow your business.
Here are a few tips to help you as you buy your help seeds.
Tip #1: Know How You Will Use Your Plants
When getting started, you should have an idea about how you want to use your plants after they are grown. There are many ways to use the hemp plant. Spend some time thinking this through. The next few tips will help more if you already know how you want to use your plants.
Tip #2: Ensure you are buying hemp seeds from a reliable source
You need to be comfortable that the source you are buying from has experience in this line of business. In an industry growing as fast as the hemp industry is, it is easy to get into business with sellers that are new to the market. Making this mistake can create unexpected challenges that can take a toll on your business. When buying hemp seeds, partner with industry and agricultural veterans with a history of success.
When buying large quantities of seed, there are several things that you need to take seriously, and it starts with finding a reliable hemp seed seller.
Tip #3: Know your growing conditions
When buying hemp seeds, not all seeds are created equal. It’s important to buy from sellers who understand the importance of ensuring the seeds you buy align with the conditions you will grow them in.
- Are you growing indoors or outdoors?
- How much natural sunlight will your plants receive – or will they grow under lamps?
- How much water do you have access to or how much rain falls during your growing season?
- What nutrients are in your soil?
- How much space will each plant have to grow?
Our team knows farming and our team knows hemp. If you have any questions, ask us. We will help you procure seeds that will work for you.
Tip #4: Know your strain
There are a number of hemp strains available. It’s important to know the strain you are purchasing so you are confident that it meets your needs. Each strain has its own cannabinoids and terpenes and different genetic structures that lend the plant to various uses. Some strains have heartier talks while others produce a higher volume of flowers.
Here are some questions you should be ready to ask:
- What is the strain’s name?
- How long has it been a known strain?
- How conditions does it like to grow in?
- Are there soil supplements it grows best with?
- What is its growing cycle?
- Does the strain’s benefits and effects line up with how you will use the plant?
- What are it primary characteristics?
Tip #5: Partner with a seller that can do more than sell
If you want to succeed, keep in mind that growers with a strong network will outperform growers without one. This is a new industry with people jumping in every day. Only a select few sellers have built networks that give their buyers access to the world’s most valuable and up-to-date information. It’s important to have a strong team in your back pocket to ensure you have access to the resources you need to plan and produce at a highly successful pace. You have a hard job. Buy high CBD hemp seeds from a seller who can help with more than just selling seed.