Ready to take control of your CBD use? Whether you’re interested in growing your own hemp or are a well-seasoned farmer, we’re here to help!
Read on to learn all about the different types of CBD seeds and tips for how to harvest CBD – it’s easier than you might think.
CBD Seeds 101
CBD plant seeds have come a long way over the years. Today, you can choose from a variety of CBD hemp seeds to grow and it’s completely legal as long as it complies with federally approved levels of THC (0.3% or less).
These are the varieties of CBD seeds from Blue Forest Farms and their unique characteristics:
Hot Blonde is a high-yielding strain that produces heavily stacked and resinous colas with fruit-forward aromas.
Queen Dream has capacious growth characteristics and a later flowering time which results in larger yields at the end of the CBD harvest season.
Cherry Blossom has proven success in different conditions and altitudes along with providing a high yield.
Cloud Berry tends to be squatter and bushier than most of our other CBD seeds but still produces a high flower and oil yield.
Cinderella Story offers the best phenotypic consistency so you can harvest the entire crop without having to worry about immature flowers.
Apricot Auto gives farmers the ability to harvest multiple crops during the summer season and thrives in warmer climates.
As you can see, our CBD seeds all offer unique terpenes and harvesting requirements that can fit your needs.
How to Grow CBD Seeds
After choosing the CBD seeds that match up with your desired effects, climate, and harvesting timeline, it’s time to get growing. Growing CBD from seed is not much different from your average gardening.
You can store CBD seeds in a dark, dry place for years before planting. But for the best results, it’s best to plant them within the first few years. To get things started, you will first need to germinate your CBD seeds using one of the following methods:
- Paper towel method
- Soaking method
- Rooting plugs and cubes
Germination typically takes 3-5 days and is complete within 7 days. You will know your seed is ready to be transplanted when a taproot forms. Then, it’s time to plant! CBD seeds should be planted about 1 inch deep when the soil reaches temperatures of around 50 degrees Fahrenheit, with no chance of frost, for ideal growth rates.
For a complete breakdown of how to care for CBD seeds, check out our Seed Care Guide.
How to Harvest CBD
After caring for your CBD seeds, before you know it it will be time to harvest. When to harvest CBD strains depends on when you planted, the nutrient levels of your soil, and weather conditions. However, you can expect most plants to reach maturity around 3 months after being planted. If your goal is to harvest for CBD then we recommend choosing the latest possible harvest date, as it complies with federally approved levels of THC (0.3% or less).
It’s never too early to begin planning for your CBD harvest. Easily purchase your CBD seeds from Blue Forest Farms today and have them delivered to your door!