Before you purchase seeds online, you’ll need to figure out what strain you want to grow and what breeder you want to buy from.
When growing regular seeds, some won’t germinate and some will have to be discarded because they’ll turn out to be males. With feminized seeds, some won’t germinate, but a higher percentage of them will turn into flowering plants because there won’t be any males.
How to buy cannabis seeds online
The first couple months of the year is a great time to start planning your cannabis garden to get a head start on the outdoor growing season, which roughly runs from March to November, depending on where you live.
Cannabis seeds usually come in a pack of 10 or 12 seeds and start at around $40 a pack and go up from there. Some high-end genetics can run between $200 to $500 a pack.
All of this information should be available to you when buying quality seeds.
Cannabis investors had been waiting for a surge in marijuana stocks since the end of 2017. They finally got one this year.
The merger is expected to be approved in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Marijuana stocks have gone through a roller-coaster 2021. These are some of the best options for when the dust starts to settle.
By aligning itself with Canopy, STZ provides itself with a fourth revenue stream that will grow exponentially with federal legalization. As long as Constellation continues to profit from its three existing revenue streams, investors can expect to be nicely surprised at some point by the company's investment in Canopy Growth.
However, it appears the worst is over.
On the cannabis front, the company's German subsidiary, Aphria RX GmbH, completed its first German-grown cannabis harvest in early July. The product was grown at its 6,000-square-meter indoor grow facility in the German town of Neumünster.
Global marijuana markets are growing like a weed. The value of the worldwide legal cannabis market is projected to increase by a compound annual growth rate of 14.3%, to reach $84 billion by 2028. With this impressive expected growth, it’s no wonder that many investors are interested in owning cannabis stocks.
Even for aggressive investors, putting too much of your investment portfolio into any one marijuana stock or ETF isn’t wise. Consider starting with a small position in a marijuana stock and adding to your holdings as the cannabis market grows and the company increases its revenue and earnings. The investment becomes less risky as your investment thesis is confirmed, but if the company instead performs poorly, you should reevaluate your investment assumptions.
Here are seven steps to investing in the high-flying cannabis industry.
For marijuana growing companies, specific metrics to research include:
The three primary types of companies in the marijuana industry are:
Here are a couple of marijuana ETFs to also consider adding to your portfolio: