Blackberry Kush: A classic strain that produces pretty buds, tasty herb, and a soothing high.
Homegrown’s “The Cannabis Plant” series, part of their collaboration with Kushman, gives you all the ins and outs of the plant itself, from the unique growing needs of different strains to how different cannabinoids affect the human body. When selecting your first seeds, you’re going to have to keep all this in mind: your space, your growing conditions, the time of year, and your desired effects.
There are all kinds of reasons why you’d want to grow cannabis, whether you’re a gardener looking for a new project, you’re tired of paying retail prices for your herb, or you just want to deepen your relationship with the plant. If you’re a beginner to growing cannabis looking for some advice on your first grow, the seed people at Homegrown Cannabis Co. want you to know nobody grows alone. After all, the only way to become an expert is by starting out as a novice—and there’s a whole community of longtime growers that can help you with your journey.
Choosing and maintaining your plants
Homegrown Cannabis Co. offers practical supplies to get started, including, of course, seeds. But they can also help you learn what to do next. Beginner-friendly strains are showcased front-and-center, as well as a master class in a successful first (and second, and third) grow. Here are some of the highlights you can find on their informational site.
Once you’ve landed on feminized, autoflowering, or both, it’s time to choose your strain. At Homegrown Cannabis Co, they’ve already sorted out the best strains for beginners so you can focus on the effects you desire from the end product. There are some great options, including iconic strains and dynamic, new hybrids. If you’re unsure where to start, we suggest:
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Cannabis is a tricky plant with a specific set of needs—and depending on where, how, and how many, you’re going to need a tailored approach. Fortunately, anybody can start their own grow operation when they’re armed with the right knowledge.
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Typically, indica strains are the opposite of sativa strains, providing body relaxation and can also be helpful in relieving pain. Homegrown has a great variety of indica seeds to choose from with varying levels of CBD and THC.
Homegrown specializes in high-yielding female plants but also sells regular cannabis seeds that could be male and female seeds. However, the company promises to do its best to ensure that all feminized seeds produce females, so growers don’t end up with male plants and also so the growing process is as easy as possible.
Homegrown has a large selection of high THC seeds to choose from, varying in potency, length of high, and type of high. Some of those with the highest THC concentration include American Haze x California Haze, Badazz Rolex, Amnesia x Nicole Kush, and Skywalker Ghost x Triangle Kush. Generally, high THC levels indicate that the strain will have strong psychoactive effects.
Hybrids were borne out of human intervention and are created by mixing and matching different indica and sativa strains. You get sativa-dominant, indica-dominant, and balanced hybrids.
If you’re looking for higher levels of CBD, be sure to check out the company’s line of “Extremely High CBD Seeds.” Some varieties include Carmen 2.0, CBD Harlequin, and CBD Haze. All of these contain upwards of 10% CBD content.