NEPTUNE SEED BANK

Discussion in 'Seedbank Reviews' started by littleflavio, Feb 16, 2016.

  1.  
    Dankonomics_genetics

    Dankonomics_genetics Well-Known Member

    Shit I’d start a bank if it wasn’t such a dirty game. But it’s dirty. The guys overseas don’t have the same issues because their banks don’t care, it’s 100% legit to them. Here stateside they will shut you down or try.
     
  2.  
    Dankonomics_genetics

    Dankonomics_genetics Well-Known Member

    But as a dietary aid my laywer said it’s 100% legit. GNC also sells dietary hemp seeds. Hemp and cannabis seeds are no different from each other unless germinated. They contain no thc. But that’s open to legal interpretation area to area. I wouldn’t start no seed bank in Oklahoma per say lol.
     
    Sassafras¥ and Michael Huntherz like this.
  3.  
    Dankonomics_genetics

    Dankonomics_genetics Well-Known Member

    International is where it’s a problem. It’s novelty sold there. But between borders is a quarantine risk. So customs on either ends can take them too.
     
    Michael Huntherz likes this.
  4.  
    Michael Huntherz

    Michael Huntherz Well-Known Member

    I was thinking more like Oregon. I have skills with the web, which a lot of these outfits clearly do not, so I might be able to make something more performant and easy to use. Just tossing the idea around...it seems like a market ripe for disruption. But there is definitely a lot of risk.
     
  5.  
    Dankonomics_genetics

    Dankonomics_genetics Well-Known Member

    It’s wide open. It’s a glorified postal worker with a web store. 100% markup at least too. I was telling my friends the other day, breedings not where the money is. Seed banks are.
     
  6.  
    Dankonomics_genetics

    Dankonomics_genetics Well-Known Member

    Get yourself a flat in London, mail stock out from both the states like Oregon, and over in Europe and your in biz. Run your webstore in England and your legit. Pay taxes and do your job and that money should flow. Excess I believe is a big issue for most. Like cocaine lol, mr c for sure hit the base. Logic prob too. I heard heroin. But either or will do it. You can’t smoke crack and run s successful biz imo lol
     
  7.  
    Michael Huntherz

    Michael Huntherz Well-Known Member

    Interesting thoughts, thanks a lot, I think I agree pretty well entirely.
     
    Dankonomics_genetics likes this.
  8.  
    ThaMagnificent

    ThaMagnificent Well-Known Member

    Dude me too except I'm on the opposite end. I know nothing about designing a website but I have a business background and have an option for financing orders from breeders
     
  9.  
    Dankonomics_genetics

    Dankonomics_genetics Well-Known Member

    I’ve watched them now sink and swim but mostly sink over the years. Most can’t hack it out. But in all fairness I wouldn’t want to be a seed bank with breeders who drop 1000 new strains a month either paid for upfront, all mostly untested gear. Thats a recipe for failure imo too. Or angry customers in time. All it takes is one herm crop to ruin a breeders rep. Smashing new to new to new to new, esp fems, will only increase that rate. Like I tell most growers, most elites are bag seed. No selection, no intentional breeder goals, no nothing. Just whatever presented itself. So half the elites or more herm on lowers, or stressed. As is. Not exactly what I figured breeding would be today....but the customer and banks are also to blame. If they didn’t want it, it wouldn’t happen. I know I’ve been let down by many elites, so I run everything prior a few times and let my friends too. Then I usually decide whether it’s good enough to work with. But I grow production as well, so I’m picky about what I’ll run production and won’t work a cut I don’t like. I prefer easy growing, high yields. Way too many nice strains to get bogged down imo on names
     
  10.  
    ThaMagnificent

    ThaMagnificent Well-Known Member

    That's on the breeders not the banks. Banks just sell their gear to consumers. It's not the banks responsibility to make sure the gear is tested
     
  11.  
    Dankonomics_genetics

    Dankonomics_genetics Well-Known Member

    No, banks knowingly will buy untested seeds all the time now. Before they would not. I remember because they broke the rules out when I first began on me. Now, it’s open season on it. The rules changed but also it’s hard to find testers who don’t have issues, or do the job. I’ve just passed them out as freebies in hopes someone grows them out at times myself.
     
    Michael Huntherz likes this.
  12.  
    ThaMagnificent

    ThaMagnificent Well-Known Member

    Supply and demand.
     
    Dankonomics_genetics likes this.
  13.  
    Dankonomics_genetics

    Dankonomics_genetics Well-Known Member

    As far as testing too it’s on the breeder but, who buys 20k in untested inventories? Would you? I wouldn’t. But as a bank, the liaison between customers and breeders basically that’s their job to know what they buy and sell. Just like a breeder should too. I can tell you whatever about most of the strains I’ve bred over the years just from the amount of time spent on everything. I go by the females and base my selections typically off this and other tests. So by the time I’m done. I can tell you all it’s flaws and such. I map things out too, and see how a certain cut or male breeds into this, or that, and find it’s variances and differences, and strengths weakness. It’s not different then dogs, but they have been not keeping breeding standards now years either with seeds they do dogs. Back when nev sold stuff, you usually got a dank find or three. Breeder Steve always was good for a few finds in a pack. You can pretty much guarantee I can deliver a few finds too. But luck too is a factor or %. So anyone can. Next bag you buy may have the new new gg4 seed in it lol. I like the unknown.
     
    NoWaistedSpace likes this.
  14.  
    Dankonomics_genetics

    Dankonomics_genetics Well-Known Member

    Money. Much less sugar coating
     
    Michael Huntherz likes this.
  15.  
    ThaMagnificent

    ThaMagnificent Well-Known Member

    $$$$$ let it rain
     
    Dankonomics_genetics likes this.
  16.  
    Straits

    Straits Active Member

    Sorry to interrupt a funny conversation, but I wanted to get back to Neptune fer a sec. or to be specific the way you pay as I did not go all the way, after I had ordered.
    So my question is to those who went all the way:"Did you give out your cc infos with the 3-digit cwc-code over the phone OR were you guided to a payment site instead??".
    I mean if it was option no.1, what's stopping him from using this info when his seed bank goes bust?! I might be painting the devil on the wall here, but as two old muppets on the balcony says:"Better shaved than boring"
     
  17.  
    Randodred

    Randodred Active Member

    Ehh jst use gift card or net spend
    That way you know you wont get robbed

    Sent from my LGMS345 using Rollitup mobile app
     
  18.  
    Straits

    Straits Active Member

    Yea..good point Randodred...though still interested in hearing from peeps that have used cc's there!
     
  19.  
    QuikWay

    QuikWay Well-Known Member

    I just used my credit card there last night, paid via cc link they send in an email. Followed the directions, they sent me an email saying the seeds would go out the next day, within 15mins. I received an email with a tracking number a couple hours ago!! Seeds should be here Wednesday or Thursday, I'll let you know/post pics!
    I choose this bank because of the reviews I've found across my Web searches, their prices, and the fact I could use a cc!
    I ordered mosca negra beans legend ogk, and helio ogk! I will definitely be ordering more if this goes well.
     
    Michael Huntherz likes this.
  20.  
    rocknratm

    rocknratm Well-Known Member

    Had great service from Neptune. Well played guys!
     
    Michael Huntherz likes this.

Share This Page