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Is there a minimum order?
Yes, the minimum order is 10,000 seeds.
Do you sell to hobby or home growers?
No. We are obligated by law to only sell to individuals or companies who have a valid state
issued, Farm Bill compliant industrial hemp license.
How much do the seeds cost?
Our seeds cost anywhere between 1 and 2 dollars USD, based on volume.
Are the seeds feminized?
Yes, we only sell feminized seeds.
Can I put a deposit down, reserve or prepay for future seed orders?
No, all orders must be paid in full, with a signed material transfer agreement and copy of your valid hemp license in a valid state.
Can we sell to farms outside of the USA?
No, the short answer is no. We can only sell to farmers in the US that have valid hemp licenses.
How do we pay?
We accept bank transfers, business / personal checks from returning clients, cashier’s checks from new clients, and cash if under $10,000. No cash transactions over $10k without IRS form 8300.
How can I place an order?
Orders can be placed electronically through email. After the order is placed, you will receive an email attached with an electronic invoice describing payment instructions and a request for (1) a copy of your hemp license and (2) a signed material transfer agreement. Please ensure both are included. Failure to include will result in immediate denial of your order/application.
Can I still order if i do NOT have my license yet?
No, you need your license.
Do you ship seeds?
Yes, we ship seeds next day air to any person, company or farm which is Farm Bill compliant and holds a valid hemp license.
Are the seeds below .3% ?
Yes, all of our hemp CBD varieties will pass any state department of agriculture THC requirements when sampled at the appropriate time.
What are your germination rates?
We average anywhere from 92% to 99%.
Can I give, sell or transfer seeds to another person, farm or company?
No. Every client must sign the (MTA) Material Transfer Agreement, which prohibits the sale, resale or transfer of purchased seeds. The MTA also prohibits the use of our seeds as breeding stock or for clone sales or mother stock.
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