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Free Cannabis Seeds

If you enjoy receiving free Cannabis seeds, you’ll love these special offers from I Love Growing Marijuana, one of the world’s leading producers and suppliers of high quality Cannabis and Marijuana seeds.

With new offers every week, choose your favorite strain and receive twice as many seeds with your order. Simply buy a 10-seed packet from any included in that week’s offers and receive twice as many seeds, with the I Love Growing Marijuana ‘Buy 10, get 10 free’ special deals.

Free Cannabis Seeds On All Selected Purchases.

If you’re new to growing Cannabis and looking for a high quality feminized strain that’s easy to grow and guaranteed to produce potent, tasty buds, these three ‘Old-School’ classics are a great place to start. White Widow, Super Skunk and Super Silver Haze are all well-known and established strains, guaranteed to produce easy-to-grow, uniform plants, both indoors and outside.

Buy a 10-seed packet of any of these three strains and receive a second packet of ten seeds absolutely free, doubling the number of high quality Cannabis seeds you receive for the same price. Buy two 10-seed packs and not only will you receive 20 free Cannabis seeds, but also free, guaranteed delivery to all parts of Australia.

With planting time just around the corner, there has never been a better time to buy your stock for the coming season, and with free Cannabis seeds on all selected purchases, you can grow twice as many plants and buds for the same initial cost. Learn more about these three ‘Old-School’ classics.

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Free Cannabis Seeds – Super Silver Haze Feminized.

One of the first feminized Sativa dominant strains, Super Silver Haze contains 90% Sativa and only 10% Indica genes producing an uplifting ‘high’ that leaves the user feeling energized, euphoric and creative. Great as an all-day smoke, lightening one’s mood, but leaving you able to work and function while enjoying the ‘high’.

Completely feminized and guaranteed to produce only pure female plants, Super Silver Haze can be planted indoors or outside, and enjoys a warm, sunny climate. The plants can stretch and grow quite tall, requiring 9 weeks in flower to completely mature. Yields average approximately 19 oz of top-quality buds per square meter when cultivated indoors, and around 10 oz per plant when grown outdoors, given good conditions and plenty of strong sunlight.

THC levels average around 18%, together with a low, less than 1% CBD content, inducing a fast, hard-hitting ‘high’ that make you feel happy and relaxed. The dried buds have a subtle, yet complex flavor, with hints of Lemon, Skunk and a deep earthiness that’s both herbal and spicy. Not the easiest strain to master, but worth the extra effort!

Buy a 10-seed pack of Super Silver Haze feminized and receive 10 free Cannabis seeds with every purchase.

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Free Cannabis Seeds – Super Skunk Feminized.

Originally created by Sensi Seeds Bank, Skunk Cannabis seeds have been the foundation of many future strains, including the infamous Chemdawg, Sour Diesel and OG Kush varieties. Highly stable, these Super Skunk feminized seeds offer all the flavor, aroma and potent effects, from guaranteed, pure-female plants, easy-to-grow and perfect for all levels of experience.

A versatile strain that can be successfully cultivated outdoors during the growing season, or all-year round indoors, within a purpose built growing room or area. A fast and heavy flowering variety, expect yields of between 18 – 21 oz per square meter of large, dense buds with a skunk aroma and sweet-fruit, cheesy flavor. Quick to mature, Super Skunk plants require an average of 8 weeks to fully ripen ready for harvesting.

Developed for the recreational user, THC levels of around 20% and a low CBD content induce a hard-hitting, powerful ‘high’ that’s deeply relaxing and almost ‘couch-locking’ especially for light-smokers. A great night-time strain it can help relax both the mind and body, soothing away the aches, pains and stresses of the day.

Buy a 10-seed pack of Super Skunk feminized and receive 10 free Cannabis seeds with every purchase.

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Free Cannabis Seeds – White Widow Feminized.

White Widow Cannabis seeds are one of the original hybrid feminized strains, enjoying popularity and notoriety across the globe. Winner of countless awards, Expo’s and Cannabis Cup’s, this 60/40 Indica dominant strain is extremely stable, producing strong, uniform plants, that are versatile and can be successfully cultivated both indoors and outside, given good conditions.

Completely feminized and devoid of all male chromosomes, these White Widow feminized seeds are guaranteed to germinate, producing a pure female plant with large, dense buds and a heavy frosted coating of resin. THC levels of approximately 19% ensure the ‘high’ is powerful enough to suit all tastes, while the powerful CBD content has been known to have medicinal benefits, such as reducing pain, insomnia, stress and depression.

A great strain for beginners and the more experienced grower alike, these White Widow feminized seeds are easy to grow, producing short, squat, bushy plants with an average flowering time of between 8 – 9 weeks. Yields are good, with indoor plants producing approximately 18 oz of high quality buds per square meter, with similar ‘per-plant’ yields from plants cultivated outdoors over the course of a growing season.

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Through our association with I Love Growing Marijuana, one of the world’s leading producers and suppliers of high quality Cannabis and Marijuana seeds, we can offer you the best deals and free seed give-away’s on a regular basis, with a variety of both feminized and autoflowering strains over the course of several weeks.

All completely feminized and devoid of any male chromosomes, each seed is guaranteed to germinate, producing the highest quality plant. Choose from one of the three feminized strains above, or check the bottom of the page regularly for news of the very latest deals and free Cannabis seeds offers.

All purchases are shipped directly by I Love Growing Marijuana and completely guaranteed to arrive. Should they fail to be delivered, replacements will be shipped as soon as possible and totally free of charge. There is a shipping cost for deliveries to Australia, however that only applies to smaller orders.

You can receive free Cannabis seeds with free shipping by purchasing two 10-seed packets of any of the ‘Old-School’ classics, or current seeds on offer. Purchase two 10-seed packs and receive double the amount with this buy-one-get-one-free offer, and with that totaling over $150.00, you will automatically qualify for free shipping. That’s 20 free Cannabis seeds and free shipping for just purchasing two 10-seed packets.

With many upcoming free Cannabis seeds to take advantage of over the coming weeks and months, choose the seeds and strains that suit your needs, experience and personal tastes the best.

Learn How To Grow Cannabis Seeds

Whether you’re new to growing Cannabis or a seasoned veteran, good seeds and a knowledge of how Cannabis grows is essential in producing strong plants and high quality buds.

  • You could spend time searching online for conflicting reports on the best way to cultivate Cannabis seeds.
  • You could buy a book or enroll onto a course, both will cost you money!
  • Maybe hope for the best and try to avoid the mistakes made by new and inexperienced growers?

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Completely free of charge, download the no obligation Marijuana Grow Guide today and enjoy the best possible harvests from your plant’s this coming season. Together with your free Cannabis seeds you’ve got a winning combination.

October 21 Harvest Weed Seed Control Clinic

The spread of multiple-resistant weeds threatens Iowa’s production system. In order to slow the expansion of resistance, greater diversity in weed management is necessary. An October 21 workshop will discuss one potential alternative weed management tool that is used in other parts of the world: harvest weed seed control. This clinic should be of interest to anyone interested in learning how farmers in other regions are adopting to the threat presented by herbicide resistance. While the technology is not currently available for our system, it is likely this will be a tool that will be of value in the near future.

Harvest weed seed control is an alternative weed control tactic that targets weed seeds before they are shed from the plant. It uses the combine to intercept weed seeds and prevent them from entering the seedbank and contributing to future problems. This can be accomplished in several ways, including removing chaff from combines, grinding chaff and weed seed, or windrowing/tramlining chaff.

Dr. Michael Walsh is the director of Weed Research at the University of Sydney, Australia, and one of the world’s leading authorities on harvest weed seed control. Australian farmers face some of the world’s worst problems with herbicide resistance, and are rapidly adopting harvest weed seed control as a means of diversifying weed management.

Dr. Walsh and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will host a harvest weed seed control clinic at the ISU Field Extension Education Laboratory (1928 240 St., Boone, Iowa) on Monday, October 21 beginning at 10:00 AM. During the morning the principles of harvest weed seed control will be discussed. After lunch, weather permitting, Dr. Walsh will demonstrate the types of combine modifications used to separate weed seeds from other materials entering the combine. The clinic will conclude by 3:00 PM.

Seedbank persistence and emergence pattern of Argemone mexicana, Rapistrum rugosum and Sonchus oleraceus in the eastern grain region of Australia

A thorough understanding of the emergence pattern and persistence of weed seeds is a prerequisite in framing appropriate weed management options for noxious weeds. In a study conducted at the University of Queensland, Australia, the emergence and seed persistence behavior of three major weeds Sonchus oleraceous, Rapistrum rugosum, and Argemone mexicana were explored with seeds collected from Gatton and St George, Queensland, Australia, with an average annual rainfall of 760 and 470 mm, respectively. Seed persistence was evaluated by placing seeds at the surface layer (0 cm) or buried at 2 and 10 cm depths enclosed in nylon mesh bags and examined their viability for 42 months. In another study, the emergence pattern of four populations, each from these two locations, was evaluated under a rainfed environment in trays. In the mesh-bag study, rapid depletion of seed viability of S. oleraceous from the surface layer (within 18 months) and lack of seed persistence beyond two years from 2 and 10 cm depths were observed. In trays, S. oleraceous germinated 3 months after seeding in response to summer rains and there was progressive germination throughout the winter season reaching cumulative germination ranging from 22 to 29% for all the populations. In the mesh-bag study, it took about 30 months for the viability of seeds of R. rugosum to deplete at the surface layer and a proportion of seeds (5 to 13%) remained viable at 2 and 10 cm depths even at 42 months. Although fresh seeds of R. rugosum exhibit dormancy imposed due to the hard seed coat, a proportion of seeds germinated during the summer months in response to summer rains. Rapid loss of seed viability was observed for A. mexicana from the surface layer; however, more than 30% of the seeds were persistent at 2 and 10 cm depths at 42 months. Notably, poor emergence was observed for A. mexicana in trays and that was mostly confined to the winter season.

Introduction

Annual sowthistle (Sonchus oleraceus L.), turnip weed [Rapistrum rugosum (L.) All.] and Mexican poppy (Argemone mexicana L.) are three major winter weeds of agricultural landscapes across the world 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 . These weeds are quite predominant under the conservation agricultural systems of Australia and can invade agricultural landscapes and environments rapidly due to their superior competitiveness, high seed production ability, and their biological features 2,9,10 . Rapistrum rugosum and A. mexicana are generally confined to winter growing conditions, exhibiting a high level of competitiveness and reproductive potential, though they can emerge and set some seeds during the post-winter season 2,7,10,11,12 . Though S. oleraceus is also a predominant weed of winter seasons, unlike the other two weeds, it can emerge and grow well throughout the year 2,13,14 . These three weeds can cause a substantial yield reduction in crops and can be a perennial problem as growers find it difficult to manage these weeds once they have infested the crop 7,8,9,15,16 .

Germination ecology studies of S. oleraceous (Asteraceae family) indicated that this weed could germinate under a wide range of pH, salinity and temperature conditions, and seeds could germinate immediately after maturity as they lack dormancy 2,6,16,17 . Also, S. oleraceous could produce a substantial number of seeds and can be dispersed through wind prior to crop harvest making management quite difficult 15 . The biological and reproductive potential of this weed makes it a year-round problem 13,15,16,17 . If unattended, the post fallow phase following a winter crop can be a breeding ground for this weed as it can flourish under fallows utilizing the residual fertility and soil moisture 2,15,18 . A density of about 50 plants m -2 resulted in a yield reduction of 50% in wheat 15 . Moreover, many herbicide-resistant populations were observed in the cotton and grain cropping regions of Australia 13,14 .

Rapistrum rugosum is an annual broadleaf weed from the Brassicaceae family and is a major agricultural and environmental weed in countries including Australia, the USA, Russia, and Iran 9,19,20,21 . A high level of competitiveness, abundant seed production, and dormancy induced by the seed coat can attribute to the invasive potential of this weed 1,9,11 . R. rugosum is a highly competitive weed; about 20 plants m -2 caused a yield reduction of 50% in wheat 9 . This weed is generally confined to the winter season. However, when emerged in the latter part of the winter season, plants were short in stature and produced fewer seeds indicating a photoperiodic response in this weed 2,12 . Seed retention on the plant at harvest contributes to the potential for weed seed destruction during the harvest time 9 . This weed can develop herbicide resistance 3,22 and lack of integrated management without a multipronged approach can enhance R. rugosum infestation in the coming years 1,9,21 .

Argemone mexicana is an annual broadleaf weed from the Papaveraceae family. It is a global agricultural weed that can be both an agricultural and environmental problem, can lead to yield reductions in crops, and can be poisonous to human beings and cattle 7,8,10 . A. mexicana is quite prevalent in the cotton tracts and grain cropping regions of Australia 13,23 . Once infested, the infestation can last for many years. Besides causing crop yield reductions, weed management and cultural operations can be difficult due to its spiny nature (CottonInfo 2014; Manalil et al. 2017). Although poor competitiveness of this weed in wheat is observed 9 , this weed can be a problem in the chickpea growing tracts and fallow regions 24 . Knowledge gaps exist on the seed biology of this weed especially on the fate and germination pattern under field conditions.

Although studies on seed ecology were performed in the region especially on the emergence potential of these weeds under different environments 1,11 , the persistence of these weeds in the field conditions and their emergence pattern is not fully understood and explored through scientific studies. The dormancy pattern and persistence can vary under field conditions and such information is highly important in framing ideal weed management options. To bridge the knowledge gaps in the emergence pattern of these invasive weeds, a study was conducted to explore the seed persistence and emergence pattern of these weeds under field conditions.

Materials and methods

Seed collection

This study complies with relevant institutional, national, and international guidelines and legislation for using plant material. The study was conducted at the Gatton Research Farm of the University of Queensland, Australia (S 27.538281, E 152.334269). The experiment was established with weed populations of S. oleraceus, R. rugosum, and A. mexicana collected from the St George and Gatton regions of Queensland, Australia. Four populations of each species were collected in each region including crop fields and adjacent non-cropping areas (Table 1). The authors confirm that the owner of the land gave permission to collect the weed seeds, as well as that the field studies did not involve endangered or protected species. Gatton and St George receive an annual average rainfall of 760 mm and 470 mm, respectively. The locations are characterized by summer dominant rainfall; Gatton and St George receive a share of 40% and 38% of the annual rainfall during summer, respectively. The Gatton trial location received an annual rainfall of 681, 562, 797, 518, and 230 mm in the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019, respectively (Fig. 1). Although 2019 was a drought year (with 230 mm), 145 mm was received during the study period (study finished in April 2019).