So does legal marijuana in Colorado mean DOMESTIC SEEDS?

Discussion in 'Colorado Patients' started by UnderBelly, Nov 19, 2012.

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    UnderBelly

    UnderBelly Active Member

    Can I just drive up to Durango or somewhere and buy seeds over the counter, and not have to do the scary and sketchy ordering overseas thing? If not, why not?
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    newgrowr

    newgrowr Active Member

    Maby in a few years but idk
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    Medshed

    Medshed Well-Known Member

    If the "recreational" laws follow the model of the mmj laws then you will be able to buy seeds over the counter. I don't see any reason why that would not be the case. We won't know for sure until the laws are written though.
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    racerboy71

    racerboy71 bud bootlegger

    that's what i was thinking as well.. if you have a card now i'm pretty sure you can buy beans, why not without one now?

    would living out of state and buying them be akin to say fireworks being legal in a bordering state, but not in my own, so people go across the border to get hooked up for the fourth? if you know what i mean.
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    D3monic

    D3monic Well-Known Member

    Nope not at all... I never drive into Indiana for fireworks... That would be breaking the law! Tehe
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    racerboy71

    racerboy71 bud bootlegger

    i never do either, this dude i used to work with would come in like may with big huge catalogs from this place and take orders.. he'd come into work with the bed of his truck full of shit.. i thought he was a bit crazy for doing so, but i dgaf, lol.. used to always be bogo, so people would have boxes of shit..
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    D3monic

    D3monic Well-Known Member

    I still have a bunch of bottle rockets and crap in my garage getting moist. My luck the house burn down one day from unstable gun powder goin off lol
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    chef c

    chef c Well-Known Member

    The attitude sb has never failed me...
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    racerboy71

    racerboy71 bud bootlegger

    no comment.. :D
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    eyecandi

    eyecandi Well-Known Member

    my guess, is that when (if) they get A64 actually implemented, they will make the shops ask for CO State ID in order to buy. the shops are used to the RedCard model and enforcement has shown they are 99%+ compliant (I've never heard of a shop failing an audit like that myself, but I certainly haven't seen it all. so giving 1%), compared to liquor stores that fail at 25%+ when audited (they send an underage in to see if they can buy). but who's to say your in-state buddy can't?

    there are already a few great breeders here that sell within the state. and once things REALLY start rolling (on a more national scale), a LOT more will come out of the woodwork, and that's where some real hidden gems will come out.

    the caveat here .... and this is a BIG one folks, remember these words in a few years ....... along with A64 comes the legalization of industrial hemp. while this is a tremendous thing for our farmers and getting hemp back into mainstream production where it should have always been, it is also a lethal blow to the cannabis drug side. Just imagine, 1000's upon 1000's of acres of hemp ..... you starting to see ..... they don't care about males .... they want em for seed production ..... how far does pollen travel? I can tell you - pollen movement is difficult to measure, as pollen size and shape play a large role, but to give an idea, research of various species shows .25-20 miles for most, and corn having a 100mile recorded maximum.

    now, imagine a world where EVERY garden must be intake filtered to the max .... no more outdoor, unless you are just making hash. how about the seeds? we all know how many noobs and tards out there won't give a f*** about planting/trading/selling/gifting seeds with f***ed up genetics. some of those will further make it into the drug cultivars and dilute/screw up the gene pool further.

    start holding some of your golden beans, and collect landrace and stabilized strains over the next few years. once hemp goes national, those beans will be gold and needed.
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    doogleef

    doogleef Well-Known Member

    +1 EC. I hadn't even considered that yet.
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    SCARHOLE

    SCARHOLE Well-Known Member

    There are huge hemp fields on the rocky Mtn chem wepons depot near Denver.

    I plan on selling/giving my sts fem seeds in Colorado when I move back home when schools out.
    Not trying to get rich off em, I just want all around me who wish to grow have quality cheep/free seeds.
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    Mrs. Rare Dankness

    Mrs. Rare Dankness Active Member

    That is the question. From what we have been told. Nothing, not even seeds, can be "SOLD" until the retail model is approved. 2014. But if you do have your RED-Card it 's all good.

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