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Yes, we offer remote help or full consultation services for all our customers! Visit our Services page for more information.
Yes! Trilogene Seeds DOES ship internationally with a 1000 seed Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) per cultivar.
Yes! We offer a tiered pricing structure so the more you purchase the more you save!
Yes! We can connect growers with our vast network of buyers, extraction labs, decortication facilities, and more! We can also help growers sell their smokable hemp flower after harvest.
Schedule a call with our team and we'll help you select the right cultivars for microclimate, growing style, and intended end use.
An Import Permit and a Phytosanitary Certificate will always be required in order to ship seeds. Please confirm directly with your Dep of Agriculture if other documents or lab testing is required. This is the first step!
It depends on the country as each one has different regulations, please confirm with your Dep of Agriculture. These requirements will be listed on your Import Permit.
Depending on the testing, it can take around 3-4 weeks. Shipping can take around 1-2 weeks (business days) depending on your location.
We always give an estimated price, but it also depends on the country, size/weight of package, and shipping carrier. All shipments will have compliant documents sealed outside of the box as well as placed inside for custom purposes.
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Plants can turn yellow for many reasons. These reasons include nutrient toxicity or deficiancy, overwatering or underwatering, lack of proper light, disease/pathogen/ virus related issue, insects, mildew and others. Also, similar to the yellowing of trees in the fall plants can begin to yellow simply because they are at the end of their life cycle.
Start by inspecting the crown of the plant for crown rot. Then move up the plant and inspect for mildew and insects. To inspect for broad or russet mites you will need to use a 60x microscope. Next, take a soil sample and send it to a trusted soil testing lab to get an analysis. Once youve obtained an analysis consult a trusted agronomist or soil scientist about your results and a plant to fix your soils chemistry.
Russet/Broad Mites are really difficult to deal with. This pest is particularly difficult to control in greenhouse and indoor facilities. There are a variety of methods to treating this bug but most importantly attention to detail and persistance is of the upmost importance. The most effective method to treating russet mites we have found is spraying the entire crop in vegetative state with Forbid. Forbid is the least severe of all the severe miticides and completly tests out of the plant in less than 2 months. Venerate is a great organically approved product that effectively controls infestations that are in flower. If your grow room is empty another effective method to eliminateing mites is to heat the room to 130 degrees farenheit for a period of 5 hrs.
Spider Mites are a very common pest in cannabis crops. They can be controlled easier than russet or broad mites but they also take persistance to eliminate. Spider mites love many crops including soybeans and corn and because of this they are rampent in all agricultural areas of the globe. Typcially spider mites are not very problematic outside where the environment controls them to a degree however in indoor and greenhouse facilities they can get very out of control. Spider mites build up immunities to insectides quickly so it is important to use different controls in a rotation. The controls we find effective and can be used in organic cultivation include Dr. Zyme, Venerate, Pyganic, and Azamax.
Always follow any product's application instructions. When applying oil based sprays be sure to do it when the sun is not out or the lightsource is significantly dimmed. Always double check what is safe to apply to plants that are in flower.
We aim for a ph of 6.3
Soil should be tested before planting (and ameneded), the beginning to the middle of vegatative stage, then right before the plants go into flower and ideally once midway through flower.
We recommend exactly 18 hours of light and 6 hours of total darkness for the growth/vegatative stage but light can be safetly kept on 24 hrs per day. In the flower and fruit stage plants can receive no more than 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness during the flowering stage.
Yes, all of our varieties are stable and tested prior to release. Most of our varieties are at least 3rd generation.
All of our varieties are 99+% feminized. The amount of hermaphrodites in the population will vary from 1/1000 - 1/10000 plants.
Our germination rate is 90+%. We give 10% extra seed on every seed package to ensure success - even if the germination rate is 99%.