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“It takes two to three years to develop a seed, to make it sellable,” he says of breeding sturdy, potent genetics. “It’s tremendously expensive to do it on a large level if you want something good.”

Few dispensaries sell and market their own seeds, relying on wholesale suppliers instead. Thanks to the legal boom in business, however, Colorado has more than enough commercial seed breeders to go around — but it’s hard to figure out who carries them. After scouring menus and bud bars, we’ve compiled a list of Denver-area seed breeders and where to find them.

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Quality control is important no matter the motivation for growing cannabis. As convenient as clones are, you’re stuck with the paranoia of buying B-squad genetics and any diseases or pests they might carry. Using seeds brings more environmental control and peace of mind, and they’re cheaper in the long run than clones. So why are they so hard to find?

The Clinic
2020 South Colorado Boulevard
303-758-9114

High-quality cannabis seeds aren’t as easy to grow and sell as, say, sunflower or pumpkin seeds. The breeding process takes time, according to Ben Holmes, a former cannabis breeder who now specializes in hemp.

ROOTS RX
165 Southside Dr
Basalt, CO 81621

THE BUD DEPOT
138 E Main St
Lyons, CO 80540

THE GREEN HOUSE
270 E Pagosa St
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CANNABIS
901 W New York Ave
Gunnison, CO 81230

BEST COLORADO CANNABIS
4800 N Lamar St
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033