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You’ll learn how to set up your grow and germinate your seeds.

Well, not quite – there’s lots of things only experience can teach.

How to get the most from this article.

My advice? Get a few friends around to help.

Most modern lights are interchangeable, accepting both Metal Halides (MH) for vegging and High Pressure Sodiums (HPS) for flowering.

Some growers change the light cycle to give the growing plants a rest, adjusting to either 18/6 or 20/4 (light/dark).

The Homegrown Stash loyalty program is a big draw and allows customers to earn points as they shop. These points can then be used towards future purchases. It’s free to join and works in pretty much the same way as any other loyalty program.

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.

Sativa strains are known for providing users with an invigorating, full-headed high. Ideally, your sativa should provide you with a burst of energy mixed with a cerebral high. Homegrown stocks sativa autoflowering marijuana seeds, as well as a variety of other sativa-dominant phenotypes.

Extremely High CBD Seeds

For the purpose of this review, we will be looking at cannabis seeds in the “variety” category. When you click on any strain, Homegrown provides a very in-depth and detailed description of what to expect, including information on CBD and THC content, flowering time, height, effects, fragrance and flavor, and lots more.

That said, we couldn’t find any information on the person(s) behind Homegrown Cannabis Co. or how many employees work here. Although this isn’t crucial information, it’s always nice for customers to know exactly who they’re buying from. The company has partnered with several industry experts, though, who contribute to their blog. In addition to Kyle Kushman, other authors are Steve De Angelo, Nikki and Swami, and Eric Goepel.

One of the best attributes of hybrids is that they offer a more tailored experience that suits different needs and preferences. Homegrown’s top hybrid strains include Early Skunk x Cinderella 99 Feminized, Rosetta Stone Feminized, Kosher Kush x Tangerine Feminized, and Northern Lights x Cream Autoflower.

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.

Girl Scout Cookies x Cheese: This offspring of two beloved strains produces a long-lasting high great for kicking back. “It’s about time these strains got together,” Kushman says.

Before you get into the details, though, one of your most basic decisions is going to be whether to go for a normal, photoperiod strain or an autoflowering strain.

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.

Choosing and maintaining your plants

Once you have the basics down, you can read the full cannabis-growing reference guide. It teaches you how to tell whether plants are male or female, how to mask the smell of cannabis plants (including good ol’ nag champa), some common mistakes indoor growers make, and other essential knowledge for a successful grow. There’s even a lesson on how to set up an indoor grow room for less than $100.

Gorilla Glue: Known for its sticky buds, this strain is fun and talkative in lower doses—and sleepy if you smoke enough of it.

If you have a versatile space, you can always plant a combination of both to extend your growing season.

Blackberry Kush: A classic strain that produces pretty buds, tasty herb, and a soothing high.