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Deal on CBG Seeds – Get Compliant Crops This Season!

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Written by Alexandra Hicks
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Start off on the right foot this harvest season by using high quality CBG seeds for your crops – potent, popular, and always legally compliant.

We currently have an amazing deal on premium, high-CBG hemp flower seeds that are testing at 18% to 21% CBGa content when grown indoors. This strain is a phenotype of a 5-year genetics, 9 iteration of CBG flowers, coming from the midwestern state of Indiana.

Genetics can be tailored to the customers specific climate, as these current ones do best in semi-arid locales. This breeder also supplements their pollen bank with 7 generation genetics, and they have the ability to stress the genetics in a controlled setting and produce specific phenotypes.

If you’re curious what the final product from these CBG seeds is expected to look like, check out the image below.

 High quality CBG seeds resulting in amazing high-CBGa flowers
High quality CBG seeds resulting in amazing high-CBGa flowers

Prices

Now let’s talk numbers. Normally, these seeds sell for around $2.50 a piece but they are currently available for less than $2 each. This is an excellent investment as pounds of trimmed CBG flower are currently selling for $600-700 per pound. Compare this to only $140-170 per pound of trimmed CBD flowers. The price of CBG flower may drop a bit in the coming months, but nowhere near as much as CBD flowers did. For CBG flower, a type that is regularly compliant and sells fast, the price will remain relatively high.

We have a minimum order quantity of 25,000 seeds which will cover 10 acres at 2500-2800 seeds/acre. Anything less than this would hardly be worth the time, effort, and investment to cultivate it.

If you’re going through all the work of growing flower, you don’t want your crop to be ruined by subpar or uncompliant seeds. Get it right from the beginning.

Compliance

As CBGA is synthesized into other cannabinoids including THCA (the acid form of THC), strains high in CBGA are generally very low in other cannabinoids. That means high-CBGA strains are consistent in producing less than 0.3% total THC, which is now the limit under the recently-released USDA rules for growing hemp.  This specific strain will produce flowers with less than 0.2% Total THC, which is compliant both in the US and in the EU.

Many CBD-rich varieties of hemp – especially ones with over 10-15% CBD – produce well over 0.3% THC. While this has been loosely regulated up until now, starting next year, all hemp plants must test below the reinforced limit of 0.3% total THC. This will mean many of the genetics currently used are no longer compliant with law.

As a matter of fact, most of the CBD strains on the market today are not compliant based on these standards and some farmers are dealing with having to let law enforcement destroy their crops.

Make sure this doesn’t happen to you buy getting legal flowers from the beginning.

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One last thing, if you want to learn more about the business of selling CBG flowers you MUST subscribe to this weeks newsletter, as we also offer premium CBG seeds and CBG flowers, both prepackaged in jars and in bulk.

About the author

Alexandra Hicks

Alexandra is the managing editor at CBD Testers. She has always been interested in alternative and natural remedies, and the versatility of cannabis as a healing plant is something that greatly appeals to her. It's for this reason that she decided to work as a cannabis industry journalist and editor, to help spread accurate information about the benefits of this plant.

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