Cannabis Seeds in Arkansas

Arkansas landscape for Coastal Mary cannabis seeds

Arkansas has banned the use of recreational marijuana since 1923. Possession of small amounts remains a misdemeanor and are subject to a fine. Some larger amounts can result in suspension of your driving licence

Arkansas Medical Marijuana

It’s not all doom and gloom though. Medical cannabis has been approved since the passing of an amendment in 2016. This amendment allowed the establishment of dispensaries but Government red tape held back their openings until 2019. The first dispensary opened in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The amendment allows for cannabis treatment of 12 different conditions and 8-12 cultivators to be licensed by the state. This has now been extended to 18 conditions which is good news for citizens.

What seeds to plant in Arkansas?

AR is famous for it’s farmland and provides some prime growing conditions for cultivators. There is a wide range of marijuana available and you can pick and choose what you want to grow.

We have two recommendations for you. The first strain is a CBD strain called CBD Kush. This is a 1:1 ratio plant with THC/CBD of 8% and since it’s an autoflower, very fast growing time.

CBD Kush feminized cannabis plant
CBD Kush feminized cannabis plant

CBD Kush auto description

An Autoflower CBD strain for those new to growing or looking for something faster. With a nice even 1:1 ratio mix it provides the best of both worlds.

THC: 8%

CBD: 8%

Flowering time: 8 weeks

Or, if you prefer a little more bang for your buck we also recommend Sour Lemon Feminized. This is sativa dominant plant with a sour candy taste and good yields.

Sour Lemon Feminized description

Are you as bitter as we are? Yes? Then we have the strain for you.

Sour Lemon is a Sativa dominant Cannabis strain which has a very unique taste. Citrus like but not too sour. A nice sharpness to help wake up your mind and body.

THC: 23%

CBD: 0.9%

Flowering Time: 10-12 weeks

Sour Lemon feminzed plant
Sour Lemon Feminized Plant

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