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    Posted: 28 May 2009 at 23:45
HEy guys im new to this forum this is my first pist i was wondering Where can i buy hemp seeds to GROW not "marijuana seeds" Just male hemp is there any where online because where every i look there selling female marijuana i just want hemp seeds taht dont produce buds. Please any help would be much appreciated once again im looking for pure hemp seeds not marijuana seeds.
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OH SORRY IM ALSO LIVING IN CANADA
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CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME ALSO CAN I GROW HEMP FORM ALREADY SHELLED SEEDS?
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http://sensiseeds.com/reduceyourcarbonfootprintwithhemp/1p2010001.html

HempFlax is currently selling USO-31 industrial hemp seeds, which are certified as being below 0.3% hemp. I don't think these can be sent to Canada, though.

Hemp is never all-male, just low THC. The females do produce long, wispy flowers which could be described as buds, but nothing like the thick tops of psychoactive weed.

You can't grow shelled hemp seeds.
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  Quote willy420wonka Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 June 2009 at 14:01
Thank you very much for sending me a response also could i grow the whole hemp seeds? Like there in the same packages as teh ones you eat but or still have the shell could i grow them. because im having difacutly finding hemp seeds to grow online and i would really like to grow it for my diet and such. I can get actually marijuana seeds but cant find any hemp seeds its bugging me so much!
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Whole hemp seeds sold as food (or bird seed) are usually sterile, but there's only one way to be sure, and that's to try planting them (or pre-germinating them: see FAQ).

Be aware, however, that simply growing low-THC hemp is probably not legal, and may be considered the same as growing psychoactive cannabis by your local law enforcement. To grow hemp legally you must (at the very least) be growing a strain that is certified as low-THC.
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  Quote Grasso Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 June 2009 at 17:21
Hi,

hemp seeds sold in Germany as food are usually viable.

Most of the certified varieties are 98 percent feminized, 1 percent female and the last one male. The offspring of such a crop, in explanation if you illegally sow your crop or your bought bird food, often are crippled one-housed plants. The next generation may turn out masculized which would mark the end of the line. It is called "industrial hemp" for a reason.

There is a half-certified variety called Finola, formerly FIN-314, which is two-housed (standard sexes) and early-maturing, resembling what Czars Katharina and Peter payed their castles with.

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