As of October 17, 2018, the cultivation of cannabis seed is permitted in accordance with the requirements of the Cannabis Act and Regulations.
The CFIA regulates the import, export, certification and grading of cannabis seed under the following acts and regulations:
CFIA’s role in the regulation of cannabis seed
The CFIA’s Seeds Act and Regulations and Plant Protection Act and Regulations regulate cannabis seed in the following ways:
Cannabis could also be subject to assessment under the Seeds Act and Seeds Regulations as a plant with novel traits, if a novel trait was introduced in to the crop.
A taste of the tropics in cannabis form, Honey Bananas marijuana is a sweet and fruity strain that (with 20% THC) is a fan among recreational and medical users alike. A hardy strain, beginners will enjoy the sweet aroma an dense, green buds that top these tall, strong plants after 8-9 weeks flowering.
Afghan Kush is a nearly 100% indica that’s ideal for treating insomnia, anxiety, and chronic pain. This strain will make you feel happy just as you drift off to sleep.
Platinum Kush AutoFlowering Marijuana Seeds
This high-CBD, low-THC sativa strain is a must-have for anyone who suffers from pain, tension, stress, or anxiety. The CBD levels in MediHaze marijuana seeds can often help combat bodily pressure, nausea, and discomfort without delivering psychoactive effects.
We could ask 100 growers what they do to grow cannabis successfully and we’d get 100 different answers. There is no ‘one-size fits all’ in this market. Everyone’s grow room looks a little different and everyone seems to have a different favorite strain. We pride ourselves on having a large selection of weed seeds to cater to everyone’s preferences. If you don’t see your favorite strain, let us know via social media and we’ll do our best to get our hands on it. We rotate strains throughout the year to keep customers like you on their toes!
Critical Jack is a 50/50 hybrid that provides a light smoke with long-lasting cerebral effects, making you feel creative, energetic, and uplifted.
As well, he says, LPs may not be all that motivated to support home growers.
“The Kootenays is a region that has been known for cannabis cultivation for a really long time. There are a lot of people that are connected to the industry, and the quality, the genetics that people are looking for just tend to be available to people in this market.”
Want to branch out and grow something different? Your only options are to a) wait patiently for the legal selection to improve or b) turn to the grey market.
Few home growers seem to get seeds from legal retailers
Federal rules should just allow LPs to bring plants in from the grey market, he says.
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“If there are more strains and there are more varieties and there are things that you can’t get in the legal market that you can get in the illegal market, and there’s no public health and safety concern about why that strain can’t go into the regulated market, why not?”
Even allowing that some of those were medical users and some were smoking recreational weed home-grown by somebody else, that’s still an enormous gap.