High-Yielding Marijuana Strains
It’s every grower’s dream to have a high-yielding marijuana plant all to themselves. What exactly does a high yield mean? It means that a certain marijuana plant produces a larger number of nugs, and thus providing the grower with more weed than they can handle. One single marijuana plants can produce up to $200 worth of marijuana. So, what do you say? Are you ready to buy marijuana seeds in Asheville? These strains are famous for their high yields:
- White Widow
- Cheese Quake
- Purple Trainwreck
- Critical Kush
- Blue Dream
Popular THC Marijuana Strains
|Grape Ape Feminized||Pez Feminized||Cinex Feminized|
|Treats||Stress, Insomnia, Pain||Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia||Pain, Depression, Nausea|
|Flowering Time||55-65 days||50-60 days||50-60 days|
Germination Tips For Weed Seeds
We want the very best for our growers and customers. That’s why all our seeds come with a 90% germination guarantee (at the very least). If you notice anything less with your weed seeds, please give us a call using the customer service number on our website.
What Are Autoflowering Marijuana Seeds?
We typically recommend autoflowering marijuana seeds to beginner growers. Autoflowering marijuana seeds come with that extra kick that can help jumpstart the growth of your baby plants.
Buy Marijuana Seeds In Asheville
Even though marijuana use is illegal in Asheville, that doesn’t mean you can’t germinate your very own marijuana seeds at home. As long as you don’t grow or harvest them, you can keep marijuana seeds at home and collect them. A lot of our customers are seed collectors who love shopping at various seed banks.
What Are Asheville’s Marijuana Laws?
The East Coast, in general, has been slower to legalize marijuana. That counts for both recreational and medical use. North Carolina is no exception. Currently, recreational and medical use of marijuana is entirely illegal state-wide. Hopefully, in the near future, North Carolina will have looser marijuana laws — but that doesn’t mean you can’t buy marijuana seeds in Asheville.