Flower: Birds of Paradise, bred by Dynasty Genetics and grown by Deep Creek Gardens. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)
Flower: Purple Apricot, bred by Compound Genetics and grown by High Latitude Farms. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)
Compound is at the edge of this future, analyzing and breeding for uncommon cannabinoid and terpene combinations, while upholding aroma and flavor as central pillars to the seeds they make.
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Archive’s most recent lineup focuses in on the crowd-pleasing Do-Si-Dos as its new stud, and the resulting crosses represent the next frontier of connoisseur fuel.
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.
From the sleek digital branding to the data-driven breeding program, Compound Genetics represents the now-est vision of consumer-available cannabis genetics that we can imagine. Breeders can finally look under the hood to see what makes our chronic tick thanks to improved lab access, and by doing so, a whole new world of experiences and flavors awaits.
Crosses like the Rogue Blue Cheese and Jager OG are created once a year in full sun, as has been Massive’s tradition for decades. The resulting seed lines are an excellent choice for the backyard enthusiast grower, offering a pedigree of full-flavor cultivars bred to resist local pests, as well as survive the inevitable tests of foul weather, while still rivaling the bag appeal of indoor.
Yes! Anyone aged 21 or older can cultivate up to four cannabis plants either at home or in a private property. The plants must not be visible and out of public view.
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.
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Can I Grow Cannabis in Oregon?
Got that? While a touch confusing, Oregon does offer some of the best marijuana growing laws in the country.
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.
Looking to buy marijuana seeds in Oregon? You´ve come to the right place! We offer a large variety of high quality, fully feminized cannabis seeds that we ship directly, and discreetly right to your door!
Growing marijuana has never been easier, but before you start growing cannabis in Oregon, it is important to familiarize yourself with the states cannabis laws.
One small note of caution; these beauties will grow prodigiously if left unchecked. So to keep your plants within a manageable size (a must if you want to keep them out of sight), we recommend using SCROG (Screen of Green) techniques.
Many weed dispensaries and other cannabis businesses across Oregon will have a selection of seeds for sale. They’ll also be able to offer advice about which strains and varieties grow well in the local climate. If you’re after something specific, however, you’re much more likely to find it online.
First developed by ‘The Guru of Ganja’ himself Ed Rosenthal in South Africa back in the 1970s, this adaptable weed variety can be grown in both hot weather and colder climates. This versatility has led to it becoming something of an icon in the cannabis world, as evidenced by its many prizes and enduring popularity.
1. Durban Poison
True to its name, this classic of the cannabis world is purple in color. It was created by a bunch of talented Californian weed breeders who crossbred the formidable Big Bud strain with the more subtle, sweet-smelling and purple-hued Purple Uncle variety.
Originally developed in northern California, OG Kush has become a popular choice for both amateur and professional growers across the world. It makes an exceptionally smart choice for home-growers who might have limited space available, as plants tend to be compact in stature yet loaded with plump, resin-rich buds.
Oregon’s credentials as a weed-friendly state actually go back to 1973, when it became the first place in America to decriminalize cannabis use. Full legalization was subsequently rejected in public votes in both 1986 and 2012, before finally getting the green light in 2014 when the state legislature passed Measure 91.
A laid-back state blessed with a verdant, green landscape, cosmopolitan cities, and a rich farming tradition rooted in her fertile soil, Oregon has absolutely everything the discerning weed lover could want from a home.