Hemp Seedlings & Clones
Blue Forest Farms Offers High CBD Hemp Seeds as Well as Seedlings and Cones
High CBD Hemp Seedlings
Blue Forest Farms can provide high CBD hemp seedlings to jumpstart your grow. Seedlings take the guesswork out of growing hemp and ensure you end up with every plant you plan for. Let us use our experience to do the hard work for you!
Seedlings are 21-30 days old when you receive them and are available for pickup in June. Seedlings will have a significant head start over seeds planted in the same timeline and can allow you to optimize yield factors around inclement weather by providing an opportunity for an earlier seed germination rate than weather might traditionally allow. Seedlings are also a guaranteed plant, whereas a small percentage of seeds may not germinate. Purchasing seedlings can help to avoid the costs and headache associated with starting seeds indoors or in a greenhouse.
No boys allowed! All of our seed and plant products are properly feminized and will produce female plants optimal for cbd and resin production.
Now Accepting Seedling Orders
We are currently accepting high CBD hemp seedling orders for Queen Dream, Hot Blonde, Cherry Blonde and Cinderella Story. Seedlings are available for as low as $1 peer seedling. A minimum of 1000 are required if picked up in person and 5000 are required if shipping. We may be able to accommodate smaller orders for shipping with an understanding that the shipping costs will probably be the same as a 5000 unit order. Get started with placing your seedling order by filling out the form at the bottom of this page.
We’re a Paradise for Hemp Growers
Hemp growers rejoice. We pride ourselves on our genetics, and we’re willing to share our hard work with growers who share our passion for hemp.
Whether you’re looking to start your own small-scale hemp farming project or grow a few hemp plants for personal use, our high-quality seedlings and clones are convenient and beginner-friendly.
Is It Legal To Grow Hemp?
Nope! The 2018 farm bill made it legal to grow industrial hemp.
Industrial hemp is defined as any cannabis plant that produces less than 0.3 percent THC by its dry weight. It’s also legal to grow both male and female plants. Male plants are best used as fiber hemp for making rope, paper, or textiles, while female plants produce beautiful high-CBD flowers that you can use to create your own wellness products.
Some states have specific laws or restrictions regarding growing hemp for personal use. Before you set up your grow room or build a plot out back, check your local laws, and always grow responsibly.
High CBD Hemp Clones
Clones are 14-21 days old but grown from the cuttings of select plant-lines that exhibit exceptional performance in the field and in post-harvest processing. Because they all start from the identical genetic profile there is nearly 0% variability in terms of how they express. Furthermore, we have selected individual plants from our genetic library that exhibit unique characteristics in terms of aroma and cannabinoid profile.
Clones start from an existing cutting and will actually be quite larger than seedlings because they already have a branch and leaves to start from.
Clones do not produce a taproot but instead produce a fibrous root system, this sometimes requires greater care and some farmers believe a taproot offers unique advantages. Because clone varieties are selected for intense vigor they can sometimes be slightly more demanding when it comes to the water and soil conditions that they are grown under.
Is It Better To Grow From Seedlings or Clones?
Both seedlings and clones are excellent choices for growing your own hemp plant. Experienced growers make their decisions based on personal preference.
Some hemp growers prefer seedlings because they like to manage every aspect of the plant’s growing process. If you have an established technique for producing a high yield, seedlings may be a better choice for you.
People who grow one or two hemp plants for personal use often prefer clones. A clone is a piece of an established plant that’s already been raised with love and care. Clones are also closer to producing usable flowers than seedlings are, so your wait time to harvest won’t be as lengthy.
Clones can be a little finicky to grow, but they often produce predictably resilient and bountiful plants. Cuttings for clones are always taken from strong plants that show desirable traits, and with the right level of care, it’s almost a sure thing that your clone will become a sturdy, flowering, mature plant.
Consider how much hemp you want to cultivate, the amount of space you’re working with, and your personal experience with growing plants or gardening. Choose whichever option feels best for your capabilities, desired outcome, and skill level.
Does Blue Forest Farm Sell Seeds?
Many people gravitate towards seedlings and clones because they know they’re receiving a viable plant. They don’t want to go through the process of planting seeds, watching, and waiting. But for some horticulture buffs, germination is the most exciting part of the process.
We also offer feminized hemp seeds with an excellent germination rate. You can nurse them from the seedling stage into young plants and, eventually, fully mature hemp plants that are ready to harvest. If you’d rather nurture your hemp plants from the ground up, browse our selection of available seeds.
Custom Order CBD Hemp Seeds, Clones, or Flower
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Hemp Seedlings and Clones
How much does hemp seed cost?
The price of hemp seed varies by type. There are three types of hemp– high CBD, food grain, and fiber. At Blue Forest Farms, our high CBD hemp seeds range from about $.50-$2.50 per seed, while food grain cost about $5 per pound, and fiber hemp seeds are $3-4 per pound.
What are the best hemp seeds to buy?
If you’re growing hemp for CBD, your best option is BFF’s high CBD hemp seeds, which exhibit unprecedented uniformity in the field and have been genetically optimized with farmers’ outputs in mind. Our varieties have high CBD ratios as well as a 99% feminization rate across the board. The feminization rate is especially important because CBD is extracted from female hemp plants. We are happy to provide a certificate of analysis for any of our products.
Typically, we recommend germinating indoors and planting starts outdoors. If you are unable to germinate indoors, you can alternatively purchase female clones, which are 14-21 days old and ensure exceptional performance with 0% variability. More information about the germination process can be found on our resource page.
If you are growing hemp for fiber or grain production, you do not need to purchase feminized hemp seeds. In fact, some male plants are required to pollinate the female plants for seed production.
Where can I grow hemp seeds?
Hemp can grow in most parts of the US, with the exception of extreme desert areas. Hemp seeds grow best in warm weather and well-drained soil. However, Blue Forest Farms has dedicated themselves to developing strains that have been optimized for each individual, growing climate. If you’re interested in learning which varieties work best in your region, get in touch with one of our sales representatives.
The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill legalized the cultivation of hemp within the United States. That being said, it’s still a highly regulated crop. Hemp licenses can be obtained in 49 states via the that department of agriculture or the United States Department of Agriculture. It is illegal to grow hemp in Idaho.
Does hemp seed contain CBD?
CBD is extracted from the flower and stalks of mature hemp plants, not from the seeds themselves. In other words, CBD hemp seeds—like the hemp seeds for sale at Blue Forest Farms—will produce hemp plants that are high in CBD. Again, the seeds themselves do not contain any CBD.
Do feminized hemp seeds always produce female plants?
Using feminized hemp seeds boosts your probability of producing a female plant to at least 99%—eliminating the time, effort and resources spent tending to all plants, and ultimately, determining their genders to remove the males. In our experience using feminized hemp seeds, we typically find one or two phenotypic males per 10,000 plants.
Males have the potential to greatly decrease your yields by pollinating your female plants so we always recommend scouting even if you’re confident your seed is feminized. One or two males in 10,000 plants is significantly less detrimental than 5,000 males in 10,000 plants.
What makes a hemp seed “feminized”?
Feminized hemp seed is produced without the introduction of male genetics. As a result, the plants that grow from feminized seed will not have access to the genetic information needed for male sex organs—ensuring that almost 100% of the plants produced will be female. To learn more about feminization and how it’s done, check out our blog.