Hemp Seeds for Sale in Colorado

Colorado farmers understand how important it is to choose seeds with the best genetics. While the state includes distinct climate regions, including the high plains, the Front Range, mountains, and Western Slope, all Colorado farmers face a relatively short growing season. That means farmers in the Centennial State need to be highly strategic when planting season begins. This in turn starts with choosing the right hemp seeds for sale in Colorado.

At High Grade Hemp Seed, our passion is seed genetics. We understand the needs of Colorado farmers because this is where we’ve developed and tested our hemp seed strains. We’ve worked closely with farmers, agronomists, and researchers to breed the best hemp seeds in Colorado.

Our hemp seeds offer superior genetics that:

  • Ensure high germination rates
  • Promote high rates of CBD and CBG
  • Offer a nearly perfect feminization rate
  • Include a range of popular terpene profiles
  • Result in robust plants
  • Stay within legal compliance

High Levels of CBD and CBG

At the end of the day, your return on investment will depend on how much CBD or CBG your hemp crop produces. Even an extra percentage point of CBD or CBG in your yeild can mean the gain of thousands of dollars per acre of hemp. That’s why you need to buy hemp seeds in Colorado with a proven track record of high CBD or CBG production.

Our CBD hemp strains are all great producers of resin, which will give farmers an excellent return on investment. In addition, we are proud to offer the Matterhorn CBG strain, one of the first hemp strains bred to produce CBG. While most hemp plants produce less than 1% CBG, Matterhorn CBG has been shown to produce up to 15% CBG, allowing farmers to move to the head of the pack on this exciting new cash crop.

Feminized Seeds Save You Time, Work, and Worry

Even a few mature male hemp plants can wreck a hemp crop by pollinating females and lowering their CBD or CBG production. (Not to mention that hemp flowers filled with seeds dramatically lowers their value.) Don’t take the gamble by purchasing mixed hemp seeds and assuming you’ll be able to cull all the males.

Instead, invest in feminized hemp seeds, which are genetically modified to grow into female hemp plants. Many seed companies claim high rates of feminization, but their promises aren’t borne out on the field. High Grade offers a feminization rate of over 99.9%, and we’ve got the data and customer testimonials to prove it.

Excellent Terp Profiles Customers Will Love

If you plan on growing hemp for boutique quality hemp flower, it’s important to pay attention to the terpene profile of your seeds. The terp profile is the aromatic quality of your hemp flower (also called hemp buds), which plays a large role in the experience of smoking hemp flower.

Downstream customers want bold, dramatic terp profiles. Our High Grade CBD and CBG hemp strains offer a variety of distinct terp profiles to please nearly every customer. One of our most popular terp profiles comes from our Merlot hemp strain, which offers sharp notes of freshly opened tennis balls and orange peel with rich tones of chocolate and cherries jubilee.

Tough Hemp Plants Made for Colorado

Colorado is a beautiful state, but its weather can be unpredictable, from early frosts to long dry spells. That’s why farmers need hemp plants that can stand up to climate challenges. Our hemp seeds have been bred to be extra tough. In particular, farmers may want to look at our Berry Blossom strain, which has been extensively tested in Colorado and is renowned for its robust nature. It also offers a highly floral terp profile with notes of candied raspberries and acai berries.

Early Finishers and Autoflowers Speed Up the Growing Cycle

Colorado farmers can’t afford to dither when it comes to growing their crops. Before the frost hits, the plants must be ready for harvest. Because we live and develop our seeds in Colorado, we understand this short growing window all too well.

That’s why we offer an early finishing varietal for nearly all of our hemp strains, which can reach maturity in 90 to 100 days (compared to 100–120 days for our full-term seeds). Farmers looking for an even faster growing option that may allow them to stagger their harvest should consider our Autoflower hemp seeds, which can reach maturity in as little as 75 days.

Our Autoflower provides a high level of CBD and a great terp profile that is the perfect blend of sweet and spicy.

Legal Compliance

Farmers can’t afford to let their hemp crop “run hot.” If a hemp crop reaches above 0.3% THC, the entire crop will be useless. Seed genetics play a large role in determining how much THC a hemp plant produces, which is why it is paramount for farmers to choose seeds with a proven history of compliance.

We take legal compliance very seriously, which is why all of our available hemp seed strains have shown time and time again that they can stay well under the legal limit for THC in our testing. Farmers will have to regularly test their crop, especially as the plants reach maturation, but with High Grade seeds, you have an advantage on staying below the THC threshold.

Invest in the Best

There are so many unknowns when it comes to planting a new crop. Farmers can’t control the weather, but they can set themselves up for success by choosing the right hemp seeds for sale in Colorado. At High Grade Hemp Seed, we have a long history in Colorado and are proud of our reputation in the state. We’ve spent years testing and perfecting our seeds on Colorado farms and in Colorado soil. We only sell the best hemp seeds in Colorado, and we can’t wait to work with you.

Contact us today to learn more about each of our hemp seed strains.

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Our largest plot has flowers swelling from top to bottom, and you can smell our farm for miles @highgradehempseed. Fast growing and fast flowering varieties don’t usually have high terpene traits, but @highgradehempseed has pulled it off. She is very resistant to our high winds/cold nights here in Montrose, CO.

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