Compare Our Cannabis Seed Strains
|Diesel||30I / 70S||17% THC||Daytime|
|Cream Auto-Flowering||70I / 20S/ 10R||16% THC||Evening|
|Lodi Dodi||30I / 70S||23% THC||Anytime|
Cannabis seeds may be available in Yukon dispensaries, but you can only be sure of their dependability and quality if you get them from Royal King Seeds. Prior to being put up for sale, each of our 21 cannabis seed varieties was properly feminized and tested. We carefully choose the seeds you bought, put them in medical-grade glass vials, and then deliver them to your home in unobtrusive, unbranded packaging. Why take a chance going somewhere else?
Is Cannabis legal in the Yukon?
Cannabis is permitted for medical use across the country, including in the Yukon, and can be owned by people with a documented medical condition. The following conditions are among those for which marijuana is frequently recommended, albeit they are in flux because anyone can request cannabis and get a doctor’s recommendation for it:
- Alzheimer’s Disease,
- Chronic Pain,
- Epilepsy, and
- Multiple Sclerosis
Get Yukon Weed Seeds
When you use Royal King Seeds, purchasing weed seeds in the Yukon is a straightforward process. In addition to providing 21 high-quality types, our website is stuffed with useful details on how to store, grow, harvest, and use medicinal cannabis. Also, we guarantee 90% germination on every seed, and if you use our approach, we’ll replace any extra seeds that don’t germinate.
Can I plant Cannabis Seeds in the Yukon?
It is acceptable to purchase cannabis seeds and grow them on one’s land in the Yukon. Depending on how much cannabis the patient has been prescribed, a certain number of cannabis plants may be cultivated simultaneously. For instance, the patient can cultivate either 5 indoor plants or 2 outdoor plants if they are permitted to possess one gram of medical marijuana. Home cultivation is also subject to additional rules.
What is a fast-flowering Cannabis Seed strain?
Our cannabis seeds at Royal King Seeds are categorized as “fast-flowering” if their average blooming time is under 60 days. During its development, each cannabis plant must go through the vegetative and blooming phases. Depending on the strain and how much structure the gardener wants to have in place before the flowers (buds) begin to grow, the vegetative stage can last anywhere from two to six weeks.
At the moment, we offer six cannabis seed varieties that “fast-flower”: Critical Purple, Northern Lights, Mazar, OG Kush, Cinderella 99, and Jack Herer. Each strain requires a maximum of 75 days to fully mature (unless you decide to extend your vegetative stage). Keep in mind that auto-flowering cultivars cannot be forced out of the vegetative stage; about two weeks after planting, the plants flip over on their own.
Northern Lights Auto-Flowering Cannabis Seeds
This fast-flowering, perennially well-liked cultivar is a staple in a lot of dispensaries and nurseries around the Country. The sweet and pungent flowers that grow from Northern Lights auto-flowering cannabis seeds are used to treat a variety of medical conditions, from physical stress and tension to mental anxiety, migraines, and chronic pain. As an autoflowering strain, it grows well indoors and performs best in a hydroponic setup, though you may also put these seeds in soil. Your Northern Lights plants will be ready for harvest and curing in only six more weeks after a quick vegetation period of around two weeks; not bad considering the great benefits you’ll receive!
Compare Our Cannabis Seed Strains
|Afghan Auto-Flowering||90I / 10R||18% THC||Evening|
|American Haze||80S / 20I||20.04 THC||Daytime|
|Critical Mass CBD||80I / 20S||7%/7%||Anytime|
How do I know if my Cannabis Seeds will germinate?
No matter how your cannabis seeds appear, try to get them to sprout. Although there are visual cues that can indicate whether a seed will sprout or not, a seed that initially appears injured may turn out to be perfectly OK.
Some of the qualities that can indicate a non-viable seed are:
- Lighter shell color
- Dull, matte quality
- Cracked shell