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CitrusCustard

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Whats up guys? Soon-to-be MO medical cultivator (pending approval) here; where are the best places to get starters near STL area? And what are their prices? I'd prefer not to have to get seeds in the mail, as I'd rather skip the whole germination process, also I'd rather not have to mail across state lines.
 

Onymous21

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Whats up guys? Soon-to-be MO medical cultivator (pending approval) here; where are the best places to get starters near STL area? And what are their prices? I'd prefer not to have to get seeds in the mail, as I'd rather skip the whole germination process, also I'd rather not have to mail across state lines.
There are quite a few people in your area with clones. Facebook groups will be your friend
 

twalte

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Whats up guys? Soon-to-be MO medical cultivator (pending approval) here; where are the best places to get starters near STL area? And what are their prices? I'd prefer not to have to get seeds in the mail, as I'd rather skip the whole germination process, also I'd rather not have to mail across state lines.
I’m not familiar with any options other than seeds. Perhaps dispensaries will sell clones once they open in mid 2020. I order from Nirvana Seeds and it takes about three weeks to arrive from overseas. Best of luck with your grow!
 

Mogro

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I’m not familiar with any options other than seeds. Perhaps dispensaries will sell clones once they open in mid 2020. I order from Nirvana Seeds and it takes about three weeks to arrive from overseas. Best of luck with your grow!
There are plenty of good reliable seedbanks in the US. That ship to any state. I think the trend has shifted from everybody buying them from overseas to buying them from seedbanks in California, Colorado and now Michigan and Oregon.
I don’t think there has been much issue shipping seeds in the US for a while. They don’t want to bust somebody with 10 seeds.
If they get confiscated they send a letter that you ignore.
The new agriculture law for hemp changed everything even more. It’s legal to ship hemp.
 

ToneOZ

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Seeing as how all of Missouri legal grows have to be indoors, I am perfectly fine with a very white winter, lol. Bring it on!!! And a 4 wheel drive truck doesn't hurt either for Winter.
Didnt know they had to be. Mine was approved for greenhouse
 

jdog127

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Didnt know they had to be. Mine was approved for greenhouse
Well technically a greenhouse isn't outdoors. But I believe now you can have outdoor grows. But when I submitted my approval forum to the state (last year) that was one of the questions I had to answer was how my grow was going to be secure. ie lock and key / video surveillance. But I don't believe video surveillance was a requirement.
 

Halman9000

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Dispenseries starting to open up in Missouri .

Thursday November 26th 2020 .

Very expensive . Rumored to be 125 dollars per 1/8 of an ounce .



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