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Acquiring Good Seeds Quality seed strains are often difficult to obtain This is especially true for people who hang in a predominantly straight crowd and know few people who partake in the fine erb The rule of thumb is if the weed gets you pretty high then the seed is usually good to grow Seeds coming from green bud are often better to grow because the strain is frequently acclimated to the growing season of northern latitudes Jamaican and Colombian varieties can not be easily produced in northern latitudes because the strains produce bud too late in the season The results of growing these varieties in most of the US will be little or no bud growth before the first frost hits Sativa strains usually grow taller than the indica or indica-sativa hybrids This can be a major drawback especially in the fall when other plants are dying off and trees are losing leaves Some growers have success crossing sativa varieties from southern climates with Indica and creating an offspring that will bud more timely When at parties concerts or other social events keep an eye out for people breaking up bud and discarding seeds The best time to look for seeds is from October to January because this is when most of the locally grown outdoor erb hits the market Acquiring and maintaining a quality seed stock is the most fundamental task of a successful grower Finding a Site Aside from acquiring good seed picking a prime location to grow is probably the most important task a grower is faced with One of the best locations is in areas of grasslands that have small trees and bushes interspersed Often a farmers field that has been out of production for ten years is ideal Flood plains along rivers and streams are another good location but the risk of losing seeds in the Spring or the harvest in the Fall due to flooding should
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