With harsh penalties for cultivation you cannot legally buy marijuana seeds in Arkansas from any retail outlet. Although the popular vote on November 9th 2017 decided to legalize medical marijuana for registered patients, as yet, there are no dispensaries currently licensed and for those people that do not qualify as a registered patient, growing marijuana seeds in Arkansas remains illegal.
Until the recent vote, both cultivation and possession of marijuana within the state of Arkansas was prohibited for all residents, and although there are no direct laws governing it’s cultivation, growing marijuana seeds remains illegal for all residents, whether a registered patient or not.
These state laws prohibit retail outlets from selling or stocking seeds, but you can legally buy marijuana seeds in Arkansas online, as possession of marijuana seeds is not an offence, only germinating and cultivating them. Marijuana seeds bought online may still be confiscated by border or customs control, but with so many parcels and items of mail passing through every day, ‘stealth’ packaging and shipping can easily disguise the true contents.
Unlike many states, Arkansas has specific laws regarding the possession of what it describes as marijuana cultivation equipment. Having indoor lights, hydroponic tanks or nutrients intended for growing marijuana is a class D felony, and whether you are using the equipment or not, can warrant up to six years in jail. Unless you can prove they are for an alternative use, having or storing these items of indoor growing equipment can land you in as much trouble as buying marijuana seeds in Arkansas and planting them.
Although we do not condone breaking the law, we understand that many people wish to buy marijuana seeds in Arkansas, and offer a wide and varied selection containing some of the most stable, vibrant strains and mouth-watering flavors. Indoor growing often produces the best plants and buds, but with laws governing the possession of the equipment, can be rather risky. Growing marijuana seeds outdoors in Arkansas doesn’t require the purchase or use of specialist equipment, and with it’s long, warm growing season, offers a safer alternative by adopting ‘guerrilla’ growing techniques.