Stanley89
I live in the Seveir Country area. I'm trying to figure out what the best strain is for flower production in my area. 
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Stanley89
So far I've not found a whole lot of people in my area. That's why I'm trying to reach out on here. I'm going to be doing an outdoor grow. I know from my past experience in California not everything grows well everywhere. I am trying to skip some of the trial and error growing pains.
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Stanley89
Hopefully I'll get approved for a permit and can get things rolling. I have a fairly unrelated question for you Skywalker. Do you see enough production from the indoor to make any money? From the prices on the internet I feel like it'd be difficult to make a real profit on indoor. 
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Stanley89
I did something similar in California. I lived out there for 6 years and this was my whole living. I'm hoping to do both indoor and outdoor. I'm going to start with outdoor until we can get it rolling enough for me to quit my job and do this full time.
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Stanley89
Where do you source your seeds? I'm thinking about just buying a few seeds and force pollinating the females. If I do that I wouldn't have to worry about seeds for a while
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Stanley89
The only problem with cloning from clones is you can weaken genetics over time. Especially if you continue the cycle of making mother's from clones. Also with outdoor the clones don't get nearly as large as seeds. Seeds are seeming to be extremely expensive thus far from my research. I may grow a few mother's from seed and cut clones. I just prefer growing from seed for outdoor. Indoor is a different ball game as the plants aren't growing to 10+ feet. Hopefully I get my paperwork cleared soon and can start seeing what they have to offer through the state.
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Tami Sweeton
I am new to the hemp industry.  Got my license and clones.  I plan to grow clones and process the mother plants ever so often and start fresh with new mothers so I don't weaken the genetics.  I currently have some Franklin clones.  I hope to have flower strains and cbd strains in the spring.  Seems to be getting late in the season for an outdoor grow, correct?  We have greenhouses and plow and plant about 6 acres of produce and have 3 acres of grapes.  Seemed that hemp was the natural thing to do to fill in the gaps and make a more steady income since everything we do is so seasonal. I am very interested in learning more about growing the flower for harvest.  You said you're harvesting every 60 days.  I am assuming you start over with new clones every 60 days and grow out to harvest.  Once the plant produces flowers it is done producing, correct?
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Stanley89
It's generally not until the third or fourth generation of mother that you see weird genetics. If approved I will be doing indoor and outdoor. I'll hopefully have 3 bedrooms to dedicate so I can get close to pulling every few weeks if I time it right. I turned in my info today so I'm praying God will bless my endeavor and I'll get a yes soon.
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Stanley89
Yes Tami, it is far too late in the season to start an outdoor grow. Indoor can be done any time. You can generally get a harvest in 45- 70 days depending on strain. I'm not familiar with hemp yet but I did cultivate marijuana for several years in California. My assumption is they are the same
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Tami Sweeton
Can I test myself and how do I do that?  What do you mean by "my threshold?"  Thanks
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bluesprucefarmtn
Hey guys figured I would chime in.  I follow these discussions frequently trying to soak up everything that I can.  Growing this plant is addictive!

I started this year as a first time grower with 512 clones and am also playing with a small amount of various strains on the side.

If you are looking for seeds (in particular small quantities 100 or less) there are a couple of seed companies that I have researched that might be what you are looking for.

- Old Country Hemp Co (fem and non fem)
- TN Hemp Seed (mostly non-feminized)

Growing from seed outdoors on a large scale can become expensive.  Companies like Oregon CBD and HGH require minimum purchase orders of 5000 (@ $1 each).  

I found the two mentioned above because of my interest in doing an indoor grow this fall/winter and only wanted a few seeds to experiment with.  Possibly find a couple strains that I like and keep the mothers for cloning next outdoor season?!

I'm also looking into autoflowering varieties to grow indoor and get an earlier start/harvest next outdoor season.  

Hopefully this helps!
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Stanley89
Hello Blue spectrum, I recently just obtained my permits so I'm going to be starting very soon! I'm going to start off with a controlled indoor for the purpose of producing seeds. I'm going to be harvesting Suver Haze seeds as well as Cherry Wine. I've also purchased a large cloning machine so I'll be able to produce clones on a large scale. I'm going to have two flower rooms indoor and a veg room. Whenever this coming outdoor season hits I'll be planting about 5 acres! I'm very excited.
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Antonio Smith
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Stanley89
Sevierville T1(Blue), SWEETEN(white), and Franklin(red) right here in Sevierville in the ground. Clones Supplied by Rush Hemp Farms in Maryville.
 Seed License is $350 on top of the $250 Hemp License. Only need seed license I you plan on selling seeds.
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