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Where to buy weed seeds online in the US

To save weed growers the hassle of finding and navigating a trustworthy seed source, we played secret shopper at some of the weed internet’s most recommended cannabis seed banks, evaluating menus and pricing, verifying breeder relationships, stress-testing services, and placing orders.

Read on for our explainer on seed banks, and further below you’ll see our reviews of five trustworthy cannabis seed banks that we recommend for your next seed purchase. And proceed with confidence, knowing that Leafly has no monetized relationships with any of the reviewed retailers.

What is a seed bank?

The term “seed bank” refers to companies who preserve cannabis genetics in seed form and sell those seeds to homegrowers and commercial growers. Their seeds can be common strains as well as heritage, rare, and clone-only genetics.

In their infancy, decades ago, cannabis seed banks primarily operated in the Netherlands because of the country’s lax view of cannabis, and never in the US. Many produced the seeds they sold. Some still do.

Buyers paid cash, which was usually stuffed into birthday cards or folded inside backpage order forms and snail-mailed over the ocean. Things didn’t always pan out, but the risks were worth it to get weed strains made popular in Amsterdam’s bustling coffeeshop scene.

Today, that’s all changed. US seed sellers far outweigh old-timey European ones, are reliable, and stock an enormously influential pool of American breeders, largely eclipsing overseas efforts.

While the days of cash in envelopes are mostly behind us—supplanted by credit card and cryptocurrency transactions—buying seeds still isn’t straightforward.

Is it legal to buy weed seeds online?

Weed seeds can be considered a cannabis product just like flower, edibles, concentrates, and vape carts, and their legality depends on which state you live in. People living in some states with adult-use legalization can buy seeds within their own state, but seeds can’t cross state lines. People living in states with medical marijuana legalization may only be able to buy seeds if they have a medical card.

Some companies and growers argue that since seeds contain little, if any, THC that they can be considered “hemp” under the 2018 Farm Bill and thus exempt from federal drug laws. However, that theory has not been tested in court, and you might not be able to protect yourself with that argument. The Controlled Substances Act considers seeds as cannabis, and seeds are only considered “hemp” if they come from a hemp plant.

Cannabis seeds are often sold for “novelty” or “souvenir” purposes, but it is illegal for cannabis seeds to cross state lines or to bring them into the US from another country. US Customs or state officials will seize any cannabis seeds they find in packages or on a person.

Additionally, homegrow laws differ by locality. Check your state and local laws before purchasing or germinating seeds.

How do I know where to buy quality weed seeds?

Seed banks don’t build trust like e-commerce sites typically do. Websites often look outdated, even a little unprofessional. Reputable sites can lack standard e-commerce elements like product descriptions or photographs, or even integrated credit card processing.

On the other hand, some seed bank startups have investment capital and can present a familiar e-commerce consumer experience. Ferrying shoppers through sales funnels into modernized websites, these companies usually sell their own seed lines rather than genetics from known, established breeders.

While there’s nothing wrong with breeders who sell seeds this way, there’s no guarantee that the strains they sell bear any resemblance to their namesake genetics without independent community verification of their products, via growers or third-party seed banks. We think of this as similar to the CBD market, where convincing branding doesn’t necessarily describe an effective product.

So to know where to buy quality cannabis seeds, consumers must vet seed sellers the same way growers have since the dawn of digital communities: by trading information on cannabis cultivation forums, where growers both experienced and new can discuss what they’re currently running in their gardens, as well as where they sourced their seeds.

Read on for five of the most trustworthy sources to buy cannabis seeds in the US in 2022.

Neptune Seed Bank

Extensive selection, wide price range, average perks

Background

  • Established: 2015
  • Location: Los Angeles, California
  • Customer service options: email, snail mail
  • Perks: Points program, occasional discounts and sales, seed freebies

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: Envy Genetics’ MelonBlow (Melonade x BlowPops Bx1), 10 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $103.50 (List price: $100; discount: 10%, coupon code “thanks10,” reducing price to $90; shipping fee: Flat Rate USPS, $10; CC processing fee: $3.50)
  • Freebies: Pack of GrapeBlow seeds from breeder
  • Bought on: Feb 1, 2022; Shipped: Feb 2; Received: Feb 6
  • Payment options: Credit/debit, MESH, Bitcoin, Ethereum, cash by mail, e-check

About Neptune Seed Bank

Self-described as the most comprehensive stockist of cannabis genetics in the United States, Neptune Seed Bank has what you want or something very similar.

It would take us days to gush over all the breeders on tap at Neptune. And while their prices aren’t always the most competitive, the insane volume of exotic strains makes them a unique resource that shouldn’t be forgotten. Especially for those times when retailers offering more aggressive discounts sell out of that cross you’re after.

Ultra-hyped Kush Mints crosses by Seed Junky Genetics go for between $250-550, sharing price points with far-reaching influencers like Jungle Boys and Gage Green Group, whose “Last Chance” seeds top Neptune’s menu at $800 per ten pack.

Also present are long-established figures Top Dawg Seeds, Cannarado Genetics, and Dungeons Vault Genetics (formerly of Granddaddy Purple Genetics), plus emerging players posed to carry forward the flame, including Wolfpack Selections, Lit Farms, and Wyeast Farms. Additional highlights encompass recent hitmakers like Thug Pug Genetics, known for Peanut Butter Breath, and Capulator, known for MAC1.

Shopping experience

With so many options available to Neptune’s shoppers, it can be difficult to narrow the choices simply by browsing. It’s a good problem to have.

I ended up searching for Melonade crosses, a delectable combo of Lemon Tree and Watermelon Zkittlez that’s been stuck in my head since experiencing it in rosin form in 2019. I found a surprising array of options, including versions by Crane City Cannabis, Lit Farms, Midwest Best/Grandiflora, and some budget friendly options from Envy Genetics.

I went for Envy’s MelonBlow (Melonade x BlowPops BX1), which carried a sticker price of $100 and came with a free pack of GrapeBlow seeds as provided by the breeder. A 10% discount offset the shipping fee, and after processing fees, I spent $103.50 all-in.

It should be noted that Luscious Genetics, a competing seed seller reviewed below, had the very same pack of seeds and additional, site-specific freebies for $65. Discounts are common, so it’s a good idea to poke around for the best price before locking in a purchase.

Customer service experience

During checkout, I was prompted to upload a photo of my ID if I wanted to use a credit card. The next day, because my current address is different from the one on my ID, I was also asked to email a photo of my physical credit card.

While Neptune says this baby gate for fraudsters is intended to “protect our customers and the business,” the security measure creates an unintentional honeypot—a cache of sensitive data that is, simply by virtue of its existence, vulnerable to nefarious digital actors or even disgruntled employees.

The good news is, Neptune doesn’t check IDs for Bitcoin/crypto or MESH transactions, so if you’re willing to take a few extra minutes to transfer funds around and pay additional fees, you can forgo the ID.

From a customer service perspective, the exchange to confirm my identity was painless and only added a day to the shipping turnaround. And I was impressed with Neptune’s speedy customer service response times. Shoppers can expect an actual human with little, if any, delays, which can go a long way to building trust and converting one-timers to loyalists.

Speakeasy Seedbank

Trusted breeders, great closeout deals

Background

  • Established: 2018
  • Location: Eugene, Oregon
  • Customer service options: email, Instagram
  • Perks: VIP services via Patreon membership

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: Lucky Dog Genetics’ Sweet Chem (Zkittlez x Chemdog D f4), 13 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $105.58 (List price: $160; discount: $70 discount for a $90 sticker price; shipping fee: First Class USPS, $10; CC processing fee: $5.58 via MESH)
  • Freebies: none
  • Bought on: Jan 31, 2022; Shipped: Feb 4; Received: Feb 5
  • Payment options: MESH (credit card access with fees), Bitcoin (exchange fees may apply), cash by mail

About Speakeasy Seedbank

Speakeasy seed bank feels like a refreshing reset from the trend-chaser set. They offer a strong selection of heritage breeders like Mean Gean From Mendocino’s Freeborn Selections, Professor P’s Relic Seeds, and SkunkVA’s Lucky Dog Seed Co.—prioritizing the preservation and improvement of modern weed’s building block strains.

Speakeasy feels like a counterpoint to the current high demand for new and exotic mashups of hyped flavors—and, unstabilized seed lines. While there’s nothing wrong with backing up a clone library or exploring the potential of a promising male, it’s not the same as a breeding program that targets specific desirable traits.

This isn’t to say that Speakeasy’s menu shuns contemporary trends or excludes the undisputable hybrid vigor of F1 genetics—more that it places faith in proven breeders to filter worthwhile flavors from one-hit wonders.

Shopping experience

Surfing Speakeasy’s menu, there was a lot to consider and add to my want list. Enticed by so many promising strains—namely, Bodhi Seeds’ newer 88G13HP releases, Crickets & Cicada’s Black Domina crosses, and Relic’s G13 Haze selections—I let Speakeasy’s Closeout Deals narrow my search.

I was impressed to see markdowns on both sought-after breeders and desirable strains, never getting the sense that Speakeasy is merely off-loading slow-moving stock. Select examples by Relic Seeds were available at a deep discount, as were numerous other packs that most growers would be happy to add to their vault.

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I pulled the trigger on Lucky Dog’s Sweet Chem: $160 retail, marked down to $90. On other sites, $160 was the standing price, so I have no regrets.

Between meaningful curation that exhibits a strong understanding of modern weed’s origins as well as some unique deals, Speakeasy won a place on this list.

Oregon Elite Seeds

Expertly curated selection, reliably fast shipping, frequent discounts

Background

  • Established: 2015
  • Location: Eugene, Oregon
  • Customer service options: phone, email, text
  • Perks: Points program, frequent site-wide discounts and sales, seed freebies, subscription-based perks for regulars

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: ONI Seed Co.’s Hattrick (TKT x CPT) x Tropicana Cookies, 12 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $110.78 (List price: $150; discount: -35%; shipping fee: $8, First Class USPS; CC processing fee: $5.28)
  • Freebies: sticker, keychain, lanyard
  • Bought on: Jan 31, 2022; Shipped: Feb 1; Received: Feb 3
  • Payment options: On-site credit card processing (for a 5% fee), cash by mail, and local pickup

About Oregon Elite Seeds

Oregon Elite Seeds offers a wide seed selection spanning heritage, new school, and hype breeders, plus frequent site-wide discounts and regular sales.

For example, OES had a 35%-off sale when I shopped, applying to breeders like Oni Seed Co., Bloom Seed Co., and Obsol33t Genetics, plus dozens more.

OES’ selection is large, and there isn’t much missing. Breeders that aren’t represented are usually too expensive for most people, or their seed lines have proven to be unremarkable. This is extremely useful curation, narrowing choices expertly and serving as a barometer for upcoming trends.

Shipping times were exceptionally quick in my experience—but I live less than a 2-hour drive from OES’s headquarters in Eugene, Oregon, and customer experiences will vary.

Shopping experience

I’ve shopped OES at least a half dozen times in as many years and have always been pleased with the experience, and their frequent sales are some of the most attractive in the business.

This time around, I found myself drawn toward a fresh-faced breeder, Wolfpack Selections—enticed by a buy one/get one offer and a series of hyped flavors crossed with Cheetah Piss.

Unfortunately, when it came time to cash in the 35% discount, the shopping cart choked and wouldn’t apply the coupon to the Wolfpack gear. When I contacted customer service about the issue, they couldn’t be reached over email or phone.

Eventually, I discovered that the coupon code could be applied to Oni Seed Co.’s Hattrick—a strain I’ve eyed for some time. Later, OES updated the sale language to exclude new drops, but not before I’d played a semi-frustrating guessing game to find applicable merchandise.

That said, once I did place an order, it was in my hands within days.

Customer service experience

Email response times vary and customer support can, at times, feel understaffed. I sent OES an email asking for clarification about the aforementioned 35% discount and received a form response more than 24 hours later.

A message directed me to a terms page and recommended calling for a faster response. I called twice during stated business hours and got a machine both times.

Eventually, I bought a second-choice item that worked with the 35% discount code, but I was hesitant to forgo breeder-specific freebies until the sale’s terms were updated on their site. Things would’ve gone smoother had customer support made itself available by either email or phone, or if limitations on the sale were spelled out from the beginning.

Luscious Genetics

Best-in-class sales, generous freebies, and unique make-an-offer pricing

Background

  • Established: 2018
  • Location: Missouri
  • Customer service options: email, phone
  • Perks: Loyalty points, sitewide freebies, small promotional gifts, like koozies

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: Surfr Seeds’ Surround Sound (Jet Fuel Gelato x Redneck Wedding), 15 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $90.40 (List price: $100; discount: -15% for $85 before the cart; shipping Fee: First Class USPS, $5.40; free First-Class USPS on orders over $150; CC processing fee: None via WAAVE)
  • Freebies: Surfr Seeds’ (Citrus Farmer x Cherry Pie), 15 regular seeds; Cars N Coal Seed Co.’s Dancer x SS Afghan 1, 4 regular seeds
  • Bought on: Jan 31, 2022; Shipped: Feb 1; Received: Feb 5
  • Payment options: WAAVE Credit Card Processing, Cash App, Venmo, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, cash/money order

About Luscious Genetics

Luscious Genetics is an online retailer that curates a solid and often-discounted collection of respected breeders.

While the selection can feel slightly limited in scope next to some of the bigger banks, breeders trend toward new school but proven members of the community, like Envy Genetics, Thug Pug Genetics, and the venerable yet under-the-radar Surfr Seeds.

Additionally, Luscious runs a proprietary breeding program under the name TrichomeBros. This ensures that fresh, exciting freebies are always included with every purchase, even when partnering breeders opt out of participating in site-wide incentive programs.

Shopping experience

With easy site navigation, no-fee credit card services, best-in-class deals, and remarkably competitive freebies, Luscious was a pleasure to shop.

Despite a number of enticing menu items, Surfr Seeds won my Luscious bucks with their cross of Jet Fuel Gelato x Redneck Wedding, dubbed Surround Sound.

The reasons were:

  • Surfr created my fav strain of the 2020/2021 season, Grandpa’s Gun Chest, sharing Surround Sound’s Redneck Wedding parentage
  • Luscious’ automatic 15% markdown, slashing the per-pack price from $100 to $85
  • The promise of a second, full mystery pack of Surfr freebies with purchase of the first, which turned out to be a Citrus Farmer x Cherry Pie cross
  • An additional site-wide sampler pack of freebies by Cars N Coal Seed Co.

That comes to more than 30 seeds for the price of 15. Very nice!

Meanwhile, Luscious continues to make a customer-first impression with a feature I haven’t seen elsewhere: the ability to “Make An Offer” on all listed products, similar to eBay.

Considering how often seeds are discounted and the frequency at which retailers offer sales, a Make An Offer option would be a welcomed industry-wide trend. It would be a huge improvement compared to the norm, that is, waiting for a sale only to find that a select item is sold out.

Seeds Here Now

Connoisseur quality, extensive selection, and community dedication

Background

  • Established: 2014
  • Location: Medford, Oregon
  • Customer service options: email, phone
  • Perks: Reward points, giveaways, seed freebies

Shopping stats

  • Seeds: Heroes of the Farm’s Jazz x Space Queen, 13 regular seeds
  • Total cost: $98.76 (List price: $88; discount: -10% sitewide via code Spin10, but code did not work; shipping fee: First Class USPS, $9.98; CC processing fee: none)
  • Freebies: none
  • Bought on: Jan 31, 2022; Received: Jan 7
  • Payment options: Credit/debit card payments, cash, check, money order, bitcoin (BTC), litecoin (LTE), bitcoin cash (BCH), and dogecoin (DOGE)

About Seeds Here Now

Seeds Here Now isn’t always the cheapest option, but their selection vies for the most comprehensive, and they’ve proven themselves reliable for many years. While some seed banks gravitate toward hype stock and others toward heritage and heirloom, Seeds Here Now has a bit of both.

The common thread throughout SHN’s menu is connoisseur quality. With a strong eye for promising genetics, the seed bank is also an asset to the community—giving back through an emergency fund designed to help breeders and growers in need.

At the time of writing, they were selling and auctioning seeds from numerous luminary breeders to raise money for Virginia-based breeder Duke Diamond, purveyor of Dominion Seed Company, who was recently released from prison and is getting back on his feet.

Shopping experience

We were impressed with both the quantity and quality of exclusive seeds unavailable elsewhere.

One such rarity from the Duke Diamond benefit collection was a release by Heroes of the Farm that combines two terpinolene-dominant, Haze-leaning strains: Jazz and Space Queen. The opportunity to grow some heritage, previously unreleased Pacific Northwest flavors while also supporting a breeder from my home state of Virginia was an easy choice to make.

SHN offers sitewide freebies under a tiered structure for purchases of $150 or more. My purchase was less than that so I didn’t get any bonus seeds, just some stickers.

Navigating the site was as easy as it gets, as is the payment process. Yet when it came time to checkout, a 10%-off discount code offered to customers who opt into SHN’s mailing list didn’t work. I suspect this glitch has to do with fine print regarding the purchase of fundraiser-specific stock, but I’m more than happy to pay full price considering the proceeds go to Duke Diamond’s fund. But it would’ve been nice to know ahead of checkout that the coupon code couldn’t be applied to the item in my cart.

That said, this small issue—especially compared to buggier sites—won’t deter me from shopping with SHN again if they have something I can’t find elsewhere for cheaper.

Cannabis seeds in Missouri

Is weed legal in Missouri? No, it’s not. Although cannabis is illegal for recreational purposes, it’s legal for medicinal use.

Patients who qualify for medical marijuana are also allowed to cultivate their own cannabis. The only challenge is where to buy marijuana seeds in Missouri.

Keep reading to learn more about cannabis seeds and whether you’ll be able to cultivate them in this part of the country.

Is it legal to buy and grow cannabis seeds in Missouri?

Is weed legal in Missouri? To legally grow weed in Missouri, you need to be a patient using medical marijuana and have a Missouri medical marijuana card.

This medical card grants you the opportunity to apply for a home cultivation license. Before you start searching for suitable marijuana seeds in Missouri, you need to know more about the rules that govern the cultivation of medical cannabis.

When you’re ready to start your weed garden, you need to ensure that you have an area that’s enclosed and able to lock. If you’re planting your pot seeds indoors, then it can be in a closet, room, or garage.

If you choose to have your cultivation area outside, then all four sides need to be enclosed with a fence or wooden slats that are lockable. It shouldn’t be accessible from the top, and your weed plants shouldn’t be visible with an unaided eye from any level.

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The legalization of weed is a contentious issue amongst Missourians. The law isn’t clear on whether buying marijuana seeds in Missouri is legal. Yet, weed-growers have been known to buy cannabis seeds online and have them delivered without any hitches.

Another important point to remember when you start planting your first marijuana seeds in Missouri is that each patient can only cultivate a certain amount of plants. They can grow a maximum of six flowering plants, six non-flowering, and six clones.

As a patient, you need to choose the best strain of seed to suit your condition. The sativa seeds help improve focus and creativity and should ideally be used during the day. The indica seeds have an opposite effect, aid a variety of health conditions, and are perfect for nighttime use.

As you prepare to start your germination process, you should also consider the climate of your region. This is important in ensuring you get the best yield.

When you do buy seeds to grow marijuana in Missouri, not for recreation, use online seed banks. Buying on the internet allows you to browse through the various options and make your decision at your leisure.

Should you grow weed indoors or outdoors?

As mentioned before, certain laws govern growing weed indoors and outdoors. Choosing where to plant your crop also depends on the conditions of the environment.

As you look around to see where you can find marijuana seeds in Missouri, don’t think twice about browsing online at i49. There’s a wide range of cannabis strains for you to grow both inside and outside.

For indoor growing, choose a cultivar that doesn’t grow too huge if you’ve got limited space. The autoflower seeds are ideal for such areas as they only grow to around two to three feet.

Auto Sweet Tooth Fem is one of the popular choices of autoflower at i49. These seeds seldom grow taller than three feet and flower quite fast as all autoflowering plants do. It has a peachy and mango aroma, which makes indoor growing pleasing to your sense of smell. I49 will gladly ship marijuana seeds to you in Missouri.

Having an indoor garden also gives you more control over the growing process, and with the correct combination of soil, nutrients, and lighting, you could enjoy a few yields in a year.

Climate conditions

When choosing to plant your marijuana seeds outside in Missouri, you need to consider the hot and wet summers and the cold, snowy winters. Since you would need an enclosed space, having a greenhouse or tent that allows for good ventilation is advisable.

Outdoor growing means you have much more space, and your crop can grow as wide and tall as you like. You’re, however, hugely dependent on the light, and you might only get one yield per year.

An outside garden is much cheaper when you consider all the equipment needed for indoor cultivation. Yet, outside elements, like tornadoes in Joplin, Missouri, can cause severe damage to any garden.

Whatever choice you make, it’ll have its pros and cons. You need to ensure you do what suits you best.

Best strains to grow in Missouri

You can find a variety of top-quality medical marijuana seeds for sale online. At i49, there are lots of useful data to help you choose the best strain to suit your needs.

Most strains are suitable for both indoor and outdoor growing. One such strain is CBD ACDC 1 to 18 Fem, which also has loads of medicinal benefits for those suffering from stress or depression. If you’re planning to use a greenhouse, this strain does well in one.

Another recommended strain that can be grown in Missouri is CBD Harlequin 1 to 18 Fem. Although it’ll do very well indoors, it can be grown outdoors too. It’s well known for its medicinal properties, which have potent therapeutic effects.

CBD Harlequin has strong analgesic and anti-inflammatory elements, which help with joint and fibromyalgia pain.

Where to buy cannabis seeds in Missouri?

Buying marijuana seeds in Missouri in person could be difficult as there are no outlets or dispensaries that sell them. There are a few online options available in Missouri where you can buy marijuana seeds to grow.

I49 is a reputable seed bank with years of experience in retail and offers excellent customer support. The website is user-friendly and has detailed information in helping you choose the best cannabis seeds.

They guarantee to ship marijuana seeds to Missouri in a discreet manner. If you’re not a medical marijuana patient and cannot grow any weed right now, you can still buy some seeds and store them for future use.

Don’t pass up an opportunity to become part of this thriving community of weed lovers; a whole new world awaits.

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Buy Marijuana Seeds in Missouri

Laws on Buying & Growing Marijuana Seeds in Missouri in 2022. Growing Tips, Recommended Seed Strains, and the Best Seed Banks That Deliver to The Show Me State.

Missouri is home to beer, barbecue, and, recently, medical marijuana.

Ever since the medical marijuana legislation passed, residents can grow cannabis seeds in the comfort of their homes. If you’re ready to grow weed seeds in Missouri — you’ve come to the right place!

Read along to discover the best seed banks that ship to Missouri, top-rated seed strains, grow tips, and an in-depth analysis of the history of cannabis laws in the Show Me State.

In a Nutshell — The Legality of Marijuana Seeds in Missouri

Overall, Missouri has come a long way from cannabis prohibition.

As long as you hold a medical marijuana card — you can grow a handful of cannabis seeds in Missouri. Here’s a summary of current cannabis laws in Missouri:

  • Recreational cannabis is illegal
  • Medical marijuana is legal
  • It’s legal to buy and grow marijuana seeds from seed banks
  • It’s legal to possess cannabis seeds

As you can see, all that separates you from homegrown weed is a medical marijuana license. Once you obtain your MMJ card — you can buy and grow award-winning seed strains from an online seed bank.

Below, you’ll find in-depth information on seed banks that ship to Missouri, past and present cannabis laws, grow tips, and the best seed strains to grow in Missouri.

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Growing Cannabis Seeds in Missouri

Thanks to the medical marijuana law — it’s no longer a serious risk to cultivate cannabis seeds at home in Missouri.

However, there are a few considerations that you must understand before you buy marijuana seeds from an online seed bank and grow them. Below, you’ll find essential information on critical issues that can make or break your marijuana garden.

When to Sprout Cannabis Seeds in Missouri

Overall, Missouri exhibits a humid subtropical climate.

In other words, the winters are mild to freezing(depending on your location), and the summers are humid and blazing hot. Ultimately, Missouri features temperatures that fluctuate between extremes.

Therefore, you’ll need to plant your weed seeds at the right time to ensure a successful growing season.

If you’re an outdoor grower — the ideal germination time is between late April and the middle of May. Remember, if your region experiences frost well into the end of spring — delay germination until the threat of frost ends.

If you grow cannabis seeds indoors — you can pop your marijuana seeds any time!

Overall, Missouri exhibits a humid subtropical climate.

Issues to Consider When Growing Marijuana Seeds in Missouri

Now, let’s go over a few crucial issues that may negatively impact your cannabis garden in Missouri.

As such, you want to avoid each of these issues, which is why we’ve provided in-depth information on each subject. Here’s a list of problems that may arise while growing cannabis seeds in Missouri:

  • Law enforcement
  • Thieves
  • Inclement weather
  • Pests and diseases

Now, let’s go over each subject and how they can negatively impact your cannabis garden and subsequent harvest.

Law Enforcement

When the police come knocking — you know you’re in trouble.

However, what about residents in Missouri that hold an MMJ card and abide by the rules? Well, the police can’t do anything if you’re growing the maximum number of cannabis seeds — six.

If you skirt the rules and grow more than six cannabis seeds — you’re breaking the law. If you break the law and get caught — you may experience criminal charges that’ll ruin anyone’s day.

Considering medical marijuana is legal — there’s no real reason to get caught with your pants down (without a medical marijuana license). However, life happens, so if you find yourself without a medical marijuana card — make sure your cannabis garden is out of sight!

Thieves

Thieves are always looking for a quick buck.

Nothing is juicier than an unguarded cannabis garden for a thief in the night. Therefore, you should amp up your security whether you grow cannabis indoors or outdoors.

If you grow cannabis seeds indoors — make sure you provide security cameras and alarm systems to deter would-be thieves. If you grow weed seeds outdoors — high fencing and motion-sensor lighting help dissuade potential thieves.

Aside from various security measures — don’t forget the golden rule of growing cannabis at home — never tell anyone that you grow weed.

As long as you keep your cannabis garden to yourself — no one should know about the top-shelf flowers budding in your garden!

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To avoid thieves, you should never tell anyone that you’re growing cannabis seeds at home.

Inclement Weather

Missouri experiences hot and humid weather all summer long.

With humidity comes clouds — and clouds bring buckets of rain that drench your weed crop from June to August. In other words, you need to be ready for inclement weather in the form of thunderstorms.

Furthermore, once summer ends — the temperatures drop fast. Therefore, you should always buy fast-flowering seed strains from an online seed bank. By growing fast-flowering seed strains — you’ll harvest well before the first frost of autumn.

Pests and Diseases

Due to the excess moisture in the air — Missouri is a breeding ground for pests and diseases.

Unaware cannabis cultivators experience crop-destroying bouts of powdery mildew, bud rot, rust, spider mites, and more. Therefore, you should always have organic pesticides and fungicides.

However, organic pesticides and fungicides are merely reactionary bandaids. To avoid all-out-war with pests and diseases — you must buy pest and disease-resistant seed strains from an online seed bank.

By doing so — you’ll avoid one of the most frustrating problems experienced by cannabis cultivators worldwide.

Tips for Growing Cannabis Seeds in Missouri

Now, let’s talk about a few tips that’ll turn a mediocre harvest into a top-shelf harvest of scale-bustin’ buds!

Buy Cannabis Seeds From a Reputable Online or Local Seed Bank in Missouri

First and foremost — always buy cannabis seeds from a trustworthy seed bank in Missouri.

With so many seed banks across the world wide web — you have to do your own research to find a seed bank that’s backed by thousands of positive reviews. By doing so, you’ll always find the best cannabis seeds that grow into green beauties.

Remember, local or online seed banks are the gateway to thousands of verified seed strains. From award-winning seed strains to limited edition seed packs — you’ll find every seed strain you’ve ever dreamed of at a trustworthy seed bank.

Buy Cannabis Seeds for Your Regional Climate in Missouri

Next, always buy cannabis seeds according to your local climate in Missouri.

Remember, Caruthersville is way hotter than Maryville, so you’ll need to know how hot or cold your region is. By understanding the weather pattern of your local climate — you can buy the perfect cannabis seeds from a seed bank.

Ultimately, buying cannabis seeds according to your local climate will ensure a stress-free growing season.

Always buy cannabis seeds according to your local climate in Missouri.

Plan Your Cannabis Garden in Advance

Last but not least is always to plan your cannabis garden.

Planning your garden and setting it up are crucial steps before germinating cannabis seeds. If you jump the gun — you may find yourself between a rock and a hard place if the garden needs adjustments.

Even if your cannabis seeds from a seed bank arrive earlier than expected — wait until the garden is set up before you crack your seeds!

Which Marijuana Seed Store Is the Best Option For Residents in Missouri?

Now, let’s talk about the two different seed bank options for residents in Missouri.

Local Cannabis Seed Stores in Missouri

The least common way to buy cannabis seeds in Missouri is via local seed banks or medical marijuana dispensaries.

Currently, medical marijuana dispensaries primarily sell cannabis products, such as flowers, concentrates, and edibles. Currently, there is no dedicated local seed bank in Missouri.

If you find cannabis seeds for sale at a local seed bank — they may be surprisingly expensive. Therefore, we always recommend that residents in Missouri search for cannabis seeds through online seed banks.

Online Cannabis Seed Banks That Ship to Missouri

If you want to buy the best and most affordable cannabis seeds in Missouri — you must buy from an online seed bank.

The two best online seed banks that deliver to Missouri are:

ILGM and MSNL Seed Bank offer thousands of seed strains that range from award winners to ultra fast-flowering seed packs. Whatever your taste — you’ll find the best weed seeds for your garden.

Furthermore, ILGM and MSNL Seed Bank offer incredible customer service and fast shipping to Missouri.

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Recommended Cannabis Seed Strains to Buy From Online Seed Banks and Grow In Missouri

Now, let’s discuss our go-to seed strains to grow in Missouri during this year’s growing season.

Gelato Feminized Seed Strain

When you want the ultimate hybrid that’s loaded with enough flavor to send your taste buds into a frenzy — look no further than the Gelato Feminized seed strain.

The Gelato seed strain has it all — mind-blowing effects, sky-high THC content, and delicious terpenes. Furthermore, the Gelato seed strain is renowned for its ease-of-growth and fast-flowering time.

You’ll discover rock-hard nugs the size of your fist in as little as 8-weeks, which makes the Gelato seed strain ideal for Missouri’s short summer. Whether you grow cannabis indoors or outdoors — the Gelato seed strain is the perfect pick for this year’s growing season.

Cherry Pie Feminized Seed Strain

If you’re a sativa-lover that can’t get enough of uplifting and laugh-out-loud effects — look no further than the Cherry Pie Feminized seed strain.

The Cherry Pie seed strain is loaded with motivational qualities that’ll get you on your feet and out the door. Whether you’re looking for a boost in creativity or headed for the trails — you’ll find everything you need, and then some, with the buds from the Cherry Pie seed strain.

However, the best part about the Cherry Pie seed strain is that it’s beyond easy to grow, making it perfect for beginners and professionals alike. Ultimately, you won’t find a sativa-dominant hybrid that flowers within 8-weeks — period.

Don’t let another season go by without experiencing the bountiful harvest that the Cherry Pie seed strain has to offer.

Auto Girl Scout Cookies Seed Strain

The Auto Girl Scout Cookies seed strain is our choice for those who need weed — fast.

The Auto GSC seed strain pumps out trichome-coated buds in as little as 8-weeks from germination. In other words, you can fit two harvests in a single season with the help of the Auto Girl Scout Cookies seed strain.

Furthermore, the Auto Girl Scout Cookies seed strain is perfect for growers in Missouri limited on space. Whether you grow indoors or outdoors — the Auto Girl Scout Cookies seed strain produces ounces of award-winning buds season after season.

The History of Cannabis in Missouri

The history of cannabis in Missouri is filled with outspoken supporters of prohibition and marijuana advocates searching for sensible laws.

As you can imagine, parties on both sides of the political aisle have clashed over the decades on marijuana legislation. Below, you’ll find an in-depth account of cannabis laws in Missouri.

Cannabis Laws in Missouri

From cannabis prohibition to legal medical marijuana — Missouri has come a long way.

Let’s discuss the past and present cannabis laws in Missouri, and these current laws pave the way for recreational cannabis in the Show Me State.

Missouri Prohibits Cannabis

Although the exact date is unclear, Missouri banned cannabis along with the rest of the states in the USA in the early 1930s.

The ban made cultivating marijuana seeds and its derived products illegal. From the day that prohibition passed — nearly a century would pass until Missouri legalized medical marijuana.

Missouri banned cannabis along with the rest of the states in the USA in the early 1930s.

Missouri Enacts Partial Decriminalization of Cannabis

In 2014, Senate Bill 491 passed.

SB 491 transformed the punishment for minor possession from jail time to a minor misdemeanor. However, the acting Governor refused to sign the bill. Finally, in 2017, the bill was passed and cemented into law in Missouri.

Missouri Legalizes CBD Oil

In 2014, Missouri recognized CBD oil as a legal substance.

The acting Governor, Jay Nixon, signed HB 2238 (Missouri Medical Marijuana Bill) into law. However, the bill was limited for medical patients with severe seizures that have undergone diagnosis by a licensed neurologist.

Furthermore, CBD oil is only legal if it contains a maximum of 5% THC.

Missouri Legalizes Medical Marijuana

In 2018, the majority of voters in Missouri passed Amendment 2 to legalize medical marijuana. However, the first legal medical marijuana sales did not occur until October 2020.

The medical marijuana program allows residents to purchase cannabis from licensed dispensaries and grow a maximum of six cannabis seeds at home.

How to Obtain a Medical Marijuana License in Missouri

If you’re ready to grow cannabis seeds at home — you’ll need to get your hands on a medical marijuana card in Missouri.

Head over to Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services and begin the registration process. Once complete, you’ll gain access to Missouri’s medical marijuana program and the ability to grow marijuana seeds at home!

If you’re ready to grow cannabis seeds at home — you’ll need to get your hands on a medical marijuana card in Missouri.

The Legality of Cannabis Seeds and Seed Banks in Missouri

Overall, cannabis seeds are legal in Missouri.

Missouri’s medical marijuana program allows residents to grow up to six cannabis seeds at home. Furthermore, residents can buy and possess cannabis seeds from online seed banks.

Remember — the number of seeds in your possession does not matter much in Missouri. What counts when it comes to marijuana seeds is the number that is sprouted. As long as you stay within the legal six plant limit — you should be outside law enforcement’s radar.

However, always consult with local regulators in regards to cannabis laws in your city.