Georgia Hemp Seeds

Georgia Hemp Seeds

Buy Feminized Hemp Seeds For The State Of Georgia
CBD Hemp Seeds For Growing In Georgia

It is legal to grow hemp in Georgia with proper licensing. The state’s hemp farming act authorizes the production, processing, transportation, and sale of industrial hemp following a strict protocol. Specifically, those who wish to participate must apply and renew annually to maintain valid licensing.

Get licensed to grow hemp in Georgia

Adults without a felony conviction may be eligible to grow hemp in Georgia if they attain licensing first and maintain proper record-keeping throughout the growing season. Both growers and processors may apply for hemp licensing online and include the following information:

  • Full legal name or legal business name and contact information
  • Location details including GPS coordinates of the growing or processing site
  • Written consent allowing full access to hemp area by law enforcement
  • Proof of legal authority to use the land for hemp growing and processing
  • Proof that the applicant is a qualified agricultural producer (applicable tax information is usually sufficient)
  • A clean Criminal History Report. Note that Covid-19 is limiting federal background check capacity. The Department suggests applicants contact local law enforcement officials to see if they can help.
  • Hemp grower license fee of $50 per acre and $5,000.00 max. However, the Department will not prorate partial acres and considers each separate building or greenhouse a separate acre.

Mandatory hemp reporting

Licensees must maintain detailed records regarding anything related to hemp growing or processing. An example of the documents they must keep includes any agreements related to licensing or land use, hemp product acquisition, testing information, storage, transfer, and destruction. Moreover, license-holders must maintain this information for at least three years and provide this information promptly upon request, as well.

Additionally, the Department must keep the US Secretary of Agriculture abreast of all hemp happenings in the state. Throughout the year, the Department will submit the following:

  • Hemp Grower Report: Contains license contact information, permit status, time period, and list of changes
  • Hemp Disposal Report: Contains license information, location information, test results, and crop disposal details
  • Annual Report: Lists the total acreage of planted, harvested, and destroyed hemp

Georgia hemp sampling and testing

The Department must conduct hemp sampling and testing at least 15 days before the projected harvest date. Only department-approved sampling agents may collect the specimens with which they will determine the crop’s overall THC level.

Note that it is unlawful to harvest anything until a laboratory expert takes representative hemp samples. The licensee must pay all fees associated with hemp sampling and testing in Georgia.

Hemp Harvesting Procedures in Georgia

The license-holder must harvest hemp within 15 days after the Department takes samples. Failure to harvest within this allotted time-frame requires secondary testing to ensure THC compliance. Additionally, farmers must not co-mingle harvested hemp products without prior written approval from the Department.

Notably, only compliant hemp products may enter into commerce. Non-compliant (“hot”) hemp will result in a Department-issued Order of Disposal. Upon receipt, the licensee must destroy all non-compliant hemp promptly and submit a Disposal Report within 30 days after completion.

Hemp Transportation

Those involved in Georgia hemp transportation must carry the proper documentation to do so. Hemp transportation documentation must include the license number under which the hemp was produced plus laboratory proof that the transported hemp contains compliant THC levels.

Additionally, those transporting hemp must also carry a bill of lading stating the name of the product owner, its origin and destination, the quantity of the hemp in transit, and the date on which it first shipped.

Buy Georgia Feminized Hemp Seeds

Georgia does not regulate the sale of hemp seeds in the state. It is, therefore, crucial that Georgia hemp farmers buy hemp seeds from a reputable source with a history of THC compliance. Furthermore, those who wish to grow hemp for CBD must only buy feminized hemp seeds to ensure optimal cannabinoid production with minimal traces of THC.

At Fortuna, our top priority is to provide hemp farmers with the tools and resources necessary to grow compliant hemp throughout the nation. We focus exclusively on feminized CBD seeds and cultivation services and work hard to ensure our products are compliant throughout the United States.

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Trinity is a premium feminized smokable hemp strain that forms large, tasty, CBD-rich buds that will delight any hemp user. Its quick flowering time, large yield, and hardy growth make Trinity an ideal choice for commercial hemp farmers.


BaOX is a popular hemp strain with lineage direct from the Hindu Kush mountain range. As such, this potent strain leans heavily indica, as evident in her growing patterns and heavy dusting of cannabinoid-rich trichomes. BaOX hemp seeds grow to produce massive colas with a kaleidoscope of deep green and purple colors. Her perfume is rich, filled with sweet pine musk and her flavor is reminiscent of incense and herbs.


Grizzly is a potent and aromatic feminized hemp cultivar that reliably produces high-quality smokable hemp flowers. This Sativa-dominant strain is a hybrid of Super CBD and Nightingale.


Titan is a hemp strain with mighty in-bred lineage. Crossing two types of the Spectrum hemp strain leads to a resilient plant that can thrive in almost any condition. Titan hemp seeds are perfect for businesses that earn their keep with extraction. Titan yields an exceptional amount of biomass.

Cherry Bubblegum

Cherry Bubblegum is a versatile CBD hemp strain that produces large, flavorful buds and a substantial amount of resinous trichomes. Thick colas develop throughout its long growing season, thus significantly increasing the biomass of a single harvest. Those who plant seeds early in the season will reap tremendous rewards come harvest in late September to early October.


Merlot hemp flower is a beautiful, indica-dominant strain with moderately high CBD levels averaging at about 11 percent. Known for its smooth smoke and distinct fruity, alcohol flavor, Merlot is a popular choice among consumers who want a relaxing nightcap without any calories.

Berry Blossom

Berry Blossom is an easy-to-grow hemp variety with boutique-style qualities. It produces thick, terpene-rich flowers throughout its extended grow period. The bright green and pink colas radiate with a powerful perfume of fruit and berries.

Cherry Wine

Cherry Wine is a careful cross between The Wife and Charlotte’s Cherries. It is a particularly sweet strain with abundant growth and resin development. It’s CBD content ranges from 15 to 20 percent and its THC levels average about .25 percent.