Q: Where do you ship to?
We ship to all 50 states and US territories.
Q: What is the difference between Regular and Feminized seeds?
A: Cannabis naturally produces seeds using a male and a female plant. The seeds produced can be either male or female. There is no way to sex a regular seed by looks alone, instead the farmer must grow the seeds and determine whether or not the plant will be female. This can be done easily by allowing the plant to grow until it produces preflowers or by putting them into flower.
Feminized seeds are made using two females, one of which being the pollen donor. Female cannabis is unique in that it can be augmented to produce pollen under stress or chemical induction. The results of using this pollen are all female seeds, because only females were used in the creation of those seeds.
Q: What does Autoflower mean?
A: Most cannabis will need an augmented light cycle in order to produce flowers. This is because as the seasons change naturally so does the light available to the plant.
Autoflowering cannabis is from such a high latitude that it will flower regardless of the light cycle after a set time, so there is no need to switch your lights to a 12/12 cycle.
Q: I just purchased an order and I'm wondering how long it will take my package to arrive?
A: We ship all our orders within 4 business days of receiving your payment. We ship using USPS Priority shipping, which normally takes up to 3 business days to arrive. It may take up to a combined 7 business days to receive your order from your purchase date.
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Q: I'm a beginner grower, do you have any grow tutorials for the seeds you provide?
A: I do not have any grow tutorials available at this time, however I can recommend several websites that can be helpful to new farmers. Those websites are
On these websites you should be able to find comprehensive grow journals that show you progress from start to finish. You also have an opportunity to ask those growers questions about their methods.