Although repeated attempts have been made to legalize both it’s possession and use, there is currently no medical marijuana program in place and you cannot legally buy marijuana seeds in West Virginia, unless you purchase them online. Although considered an undesirable object by the US postal system, buying marijuana seeds in West Virginia online doesn’t constitute a crime, and although some, over-zealous customs officers may remove any marijuana seeds found, the superior ‘stealth’ packaging and postal techniques used by our recommended supplier, rarely arouses any suspicions.
Although you may be able to legally buy marijuana seeds in West Virginia online and have them delivered discretely to you, it remains illegal under both state and federal law to germinate them. Possessing a packet of seeds breaks no laws, while germination is considered cultivation, and depending on the number of seedlings or plants you are caught with, may result in a charge of drug dealing and a subsequent jail sentence. We do not advice anyone to break the law, but do understand many people across the state wish to grow their own marijuana. Reduce the risks involved as much as possible, and remain quiet about your activities. Select strains and buy marijuana seeds that best reflect your needs and style of growing. Indoor growing may produce higher quality plants, but the risks are substantially increased.
With it’s warm climate and long growing season, West Virginia provides the perfect conditions for growing marijuana outdoors. The it’s long growing season, and slow onset of Winter, most strains have the opportunity to reach complete maturity, even longer-flowering, Sativa dominate varieties. This provides a wide selection and choice. Feminized seeds are often preferred, producing guaranteed female plants from every seed, with Indica dominant varieties usually maturing a few weeks quicker than Sativa’s.
Although many smokers have a favorite strain, whether because of taste, aroma or high, it’s more important to buy marijuana seeds in West Virginia that best reflect your growing style and level of experience, rather than by personal taste preferences. Traditional marijuana seeds, both regular and feminized, contain a combination of Sativa and Indica genetics, ranging from pure seeds through to 50/50 hybrids. Many have different features and characteristics, with Indica dominate varieties remaining short and squat, while Sativa’s generally grow taller, but are more difficult and harder to grow, requiring longer to fully mature. Some strains are easier to grow than others, and time should be spent buying marijuana seeds that best reflect your level of experience and surroundings, to achieve the highest rates of success, and best quality harvests.