FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Have questions? We have answers! Check out some of the most frequently asked questions we’ve received at OG Seeds listed below. For any additional questions, please email us and one of our experts will get back to you as soon as possible with an answer.
Yes. At OG Seeds, we guarantee a 90% germination rate for our seeds and we will replace your order free of charge if they do not germinate. Seeds that are purchased 60 days prior to a complaint are not eligible for replacement.
In the ungerminated state, cannabis and hemp seeds are considered a collector’s item or “novelty adult” item for adults 21 years or older and deemed safe for purchase. OG Seeds holds no liability for misuse and our seeds must not be used in conflict with any federal laws. It is the customer’s responsibility to know the legal parameters of their state and local jurisdiction. As cannabis and hemp have become legalized in more states throughout the country — and with the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill — it has become much easier for growers to experiment with multiple strains!
Please allow up to 3 business days for expedited shipping and up to 5 business days for standard shipping from receipt of payment.
Yes. Upon receipt of payment, you will receive a tracking number in the confirmation email.
Yes. You have up to 30 days to return your item(s) unopened in the original packaging. Shipping costs for any returned items will need to be paid by the customer.
We currently accept payments through Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Additionally, we will also be accepting payments via Sezzle, coming very soon!
GROWING CANNABIS FAQS
There are many different ways to germinate your cannabis seeds, but we will focus on the three most common methods and their pros and cons below.
(1) Paper Towel
This is the most common germination method. It requires two damp paper towels, with the moisture breaking down the seed’s shell. You place the cannabis seeds on the paper towels and then place them between two plates to retain the moisture.
(2) Cup of Water
This is a faster way to germinate, but ensuring you have the best conditions for your seed is still important. It will usually take cannabis seeds 24 hours to germinate with this method. It provides more moisture than soil and breaks down the hard shell faster, allowing the root to break through more quickly.
When you plant your seed in the soil, germination can occur naturally. It is a much slower way to germinate but can protect weaker roots from damage.
Cannabis seeds can last for years if stored appropriately in a dark, refrigerated, airtight container.
Hybrids are ideal for beginners, but whichever strain you choose, the goal is to maintain a healthy, happy plant. Light will need access to the buds, so make sure to de-leaf once they become too bushy.
Your plants must receive a lot of light if you want them to grow the biggest buds. It’s best to ensure they receive at least 6-8 hours of light per day, but 10-12 hours is ideal.
When choosing your favorite strain, remember to create the best environment and optimal growing conditions if you want the best potency and yield.
(1) Prevent Stress & Injuries
Proper airflow is essential for a healthy ecosystem.
(2) Avoid Overfeeding Nutrients
Follow a proper feeding cycle from a local grow store.