Dynasty Genetics ’ breeding program dates back to the 1990s when Professor P, Dynasty’s founder and proprietor, began crossing heritage Oregon strains like the Blue Magoo to create flowers with pain-relief properties for a friend. It wasn’t long before the Professor found himself developing cannabis alternatives for a variety of medical conditions.
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Flower: Purple Apricot, bred by Compound Genetics and grown by High Latitude Farms. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)
Homegrown Natural Wonders
Since the early days, the farmers Massive have incorporated cultivars bred in and for the bioregion—like the fruit-scented, modern-genetics backbone that is DJ Short’s Blueberry ; bred in a closet in Eugene back in the late 1970s. Carrying the torch into the present day, Massive Seeds was established in 2010 within the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program, and now contributes to the state’s adult-use market by way of the recreational iteration of the family farm, presently dubbed Roganja .
Exotic aromatics like Compound’s Purple Apricot —a delicious citrus treat—have been making their way to Oregon dispensaries in flower form over the last year, and from what we’ve seen, we’d be proud to run Compound’s gear in our tents.
In 2014, Homegrown Natural Wonders established itself as an independent breedership and wholesaler. Nowadays, HNW’s genetics are made available to Oregon’s recreational market through a licensing arrangement with Dog House Farms, keeping a fading era of Oregon flavors alive for today’s hobbyist growers.
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Got that? While a touch confusing, Oregon does offer some of the best marijuana growing laws in the country.
We strive to help our customers cultivate cannabis seeds that will grow into beautiful, high-quality marijuana plants and with Oregon entering the legal cannabis growing sphere, growing your own marijuana plants is no longer the stuff of fantasy.
We have a vast seeds collection of popular Oregon marijuana seeds that you can order and have shipped directly to your home in Oregon, including high in THC level feminized marijuana seeds legends like Gorilla Glue and Blue Dream. Or how about the high in THC strain, Bruce Banner and taste sensation Critical Mango?
How many plants can be grown in Oregon with a medical card?
Known as one of the more cannabis progressive states, Oregon became the first US state to decriminalize cannabis nearly fifty years ago in 1973 – reducing the penalty of possession for up to one ounce to a $100 fine.
Growing cannabis seeds has never been easier with our selection of potent recreational and medical cannabis (including high in CBD seeds) available in regular seeds, feminized cannabis seeds, and autoflowering marijuana seeds.
For medical users looking to grow medical marijuana or those assigning someone to grow cannabis on their behalf, must provide the local authorities with the name of the grower and the relevant grow site location. One registered grow site address is permitted per patient.
Since the introduction of the law, adults aged 21 and older are allowed to possess and use recreational cannabis, which can be obtained from one of over 650 dispensaries, state-wide.
Once the trichomes have this appearance, that’s when your plant will have the highest THC content that’ll ever have. However, as the trichomes begin to protect a gold-ish color, there will be a steady balance between the THC and any other cannabinoids in the strain you purchased.
Oregon citizens that are registered medical marijuana users are able to grow up to 12 plants in an urban location and up to 48 plants in rural environments. In addition, Oregon citizens are only allowed to purchase up to 50 cannabis seeds every day, so just make sure that you’re within local regulations before planting any cannabis seeds.
The Different Types of Marijuana Seeds
Seeds that are darker in color and feel firm to the touch are high-quality. In order to test the firmness of your seed, place it in between your index finger and your thumb, giving a gentle squeeze. You’ll want to make sure you aren’t pressing enough to break the seed, but enough to test its resilience.
We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 strains we recommend for growing in Oregon:
To get started growing healthy marijuana plants, it’s worth investing your time into seeds that are the perfect age and that are healthy!