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can you buy marijuana seeds in texas

i live in texas and i wanted to know what are the chances i get caught if i buy weed seeds online

If they find them, all they do is remove them, and send a notice of confiscation, and ask if you want to challenge the seizure for about $25.

They cannot prove you bought the seeds unless you leave a paper trail like a credit card.
You could have had your worst enemy send the seeds, and then rat on you trying to get you into trouble.

All but impossible for them to prove it was you who ordered the seeds. Just dont tell anyone.

DoubleAtotheRON
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PadawanWarrior
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I don’t think you have to worry about the SWAT Team surrounding your house, or the CIA, lol. That pretty funny shit man. If anything it would be the DEA or your friendly neighborhood cops, lol.

Seriously though, they have better things to do. Also Customs would just confiscate it and add a little note on your package saying "You’ve been naughty". I just use my regular credit card, but I do like Seedsman.

manfredo
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Bad Karma
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Good evening, RIU.

Hope everyone is keeping healthy and happy during these trying times.

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PadawanWarrior
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CptTripps
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I’ve ordered 6 times from overseas seed banks in the last 6mos, and had one that showed up with a note from customs instead of seeds. The note didn’t mention cannabis. but seeds of any kind.

I sent a pic to the seedbank and they sent more seeds that did make it.

Don’t sweat it. at all. I’d be more worried about people ratting you out than the USPS checking your mail. Seedbanks have been doing this a while and know how to ship discretely.

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Observe & Report
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Cannabis seeds are legal under federal law and in Texas (and probably most states now.) The 2018 Farm Bill signed by Trump changed the CSA to exclude Cannabis with less than 0.3% THC and required the states essentially to follow suit if they wanted some federal benefit. That is why CBD is everywhere now, even in Texas.

Guides: Cannabis and the Law: CBD & Industrial Hemp

Avering
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99.999% chance you aint gonna get caught.

If they find them, all they do is remove them, and send a notice of confiscation, and ask if you want to challenge the seizure for about $25.

They cannot prove you bought the seeds unless you leave a paper trail like a credit card.
You could have had your worst enemy send the seeds, and then rat on you trying to get you into trouble.

All but impossible for them to prove it was you who ordered the seeds. Just dont tell anyone.

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  • If the coldest winter temperature expected in your area is -15°F (zone 5) then any plants rated zones 3-5 will survive the winter temperatures in your area.
  • If you live in very warm winter areas (zones 9-11) plants with zones 3-4 ratings are not recommended. The lack of freezing winter temperatures do not provide a time for winter dormancy (rest).

Find Your Planting Zone:

Texas (along with Oklahoma) is what botanists call its own “Floristic Region.” That’s why the area is famous for its wildflowers, and why many famous flowers in the Texas region are different from other areas in North America. This mixture is custom made for the unique flora of the region, featuring all the favorites: Texas Bluebonnet, Wild Drummond Phlox, Showy Evening Primrose (Lady Bird Johnson’s Favorite), and many more.