We at i49 stand behind the integrity and quality of our seed offerings. If you closely follow our guidelines and your seeds don’t germinate, just let us know. We will send replacement seeds equivalent to an 80% rate of germination. With this guarantee, you’ll always have a sizable crop.
Alternatively, our Hybrid strains combine the best elements of Indica and Sativa. They’re ideal for use at any time and they work well on a range of medical conditions. These seeds are very popular among our new and inexperienced growers for their resiliency and simplicity. As you’re shopping, you’ll find a wide range of seeds in every category, sorted by price, average rating, newness, and popularity. Whether you’re looking for Sour Diesel, Green Crack, Purple Kush, Fire OG, Super Lemon, or Siberian Snow, we have the feminized cannabis seeds you want.
If, after a week has passed, your seeds’ taproots haven’t appeared, insufficient moisture may be the cause. With the emergency method, it’s sometimes possible to restore the seeds’ moisture. Remove the cannabis seeds from the towel and the plate, re-submerging them in distilled water until taproots form. Then, repeat the steps we’ve given above, keeping seeds covered until the taproots are a half-inch long.
Seed Germination Guide
While some states have adjusted their drug statutes to include decriminalization or legalization, cannabis still remains illegal in the state of Indiana (even for medicinal purposes). The possession of even a small amount of cannabis is a crime, albeit a misdemeanor. In some of the state’s jurisdictions, first-time offenders may be able to enter diversion programs, but in other cases, there’s a risk of hefty fines and jail time.
Cover your seeds with the other half of the towel, and be sure to periodically mist them with water as required. After 2-7 days, you will see taproots emerge from the seeds. Leave the seeds on the moist paper towel until the taproots reach approximately ¾” in length. Then, it’s time for transplantation and growth!
Not only will you not get a ‘mental high’ from CBD, but the cannabidiol will also counteract the effects of THC. This makes our high-CBD medicinal strains a viable alternative to conventional treatments. Additionally, for certain symptoms, a combination of CBD and THC has been proven to be more helpful than CBD by itself.
In the state of Indiana, high-CBD, low-THC extracts are permissible for patients with conditions such as:
"Special use permit"
Sec. 20.5. As used in this chapter, "special use permit" means authorization issued by the seed commissioner to a person subject to section 27(c) of this chapter for the use of seeds of plant species for the purpose of research, development, production, or education.
As added by P.L.75-2010, SEC.4.
Deposit of collected fees; disposition of fees
Sec. 35. (a) The state seed commissioner shall pay all fees collected under this chapter to the treasurer of Purdue University.
(b) The board of trustees of Purdue University shall expend the fees on proper vouchers filed with the treasurer of Purdue University. The treasurer shall pay vouchers for the following expenses:
(1) The employment of inspectors and seed analysts.
(2) Procuring samples.
(3) Printing bulletins giving the results of inspection.
(4) Any other expenses of the Purdue University agricultural programs authorized by law and for implementing this chapter.
(c) The dean of agriculture of Purdue University shall make a financial report to the governor in such form as the state board of accounts requires, showing the total receipts and expenditures of all fees received under this chapter.
(d) Excess funds from the collection of fees under this chapter are subject to IC 15-16-2-36. As added by P.L.2-2008, SEC.6.
Fees; permits; reporting
Sec. 34. (a) A distributor of agricultural seed in packages of not more than one (1) pound shall pay not later than January 15 of each year an annual fee of forty-five dollars ($45) for each brand of seed distributed. Payment of an annual fee is not required of retailers who furnish quantities of not more than one (1) pound from a properly labeled container of seed on which the inspection fee has been paid.
(b) A person who distributes agricultural or vegetable seed in Indiana may apply to the state seed commissioner for a permit to use the person's own labeling, report the quantity of seed sold, and pay the inspection fee on the basis of the report.
(c) In making application for a permit under subsection (b), the distributor must agree to the following:
(1) Label the seed with the information required by law.
(2) Keep the records the state seed commissioner considers necessary to indicate accurately the number and size of containers of each kind of agricultural and vegetable seed
Sec. 7. As used in this chapter, "effective", as applied to inoculants, means that under laboratory tests at least two (2) nodules must be produced on or adjacent to the primary root on at least sixty-six percent (66%) of the plants in the test.
As added by P.L.2-2008, SEC.6.
Sec. 8. As used in this chapter, "hybrid" means the first generation of a cross made under controlled conditions between strains of different parentage and of satisfactory purity.
As added by P.L.2-2008, SEC.6.