You also can use the search to find strains by commercial availibility and prices. With our Review-Function we also collect data about the aroma, the taste and the effect of the cannabis strains. Thanks that you are able to look out for strains with a special effect, taste or aroma and to visualize it with a nice pie-chart! Get weather-data and possible varieties for your area!
Simply add your geo-coordinates to get climate- and grow info for your spot! SeedFinder collects, combines and provides a lots of useful data with the help of its users worldwide. We collect the main grow- and plant data directly from the grower with our multilingual Strain Review Function. Onto this way we can standardize grow-info, tips and tricks, smoke reports and valuations for the different varieties - and even for their phenotypes. With our special Strain VS Strain function we can directly compare the most important characteristics of individual cannabis-varieties. For the medicinal properties of individual cannabis varieties we have installed the Medicinal Strain Finder. This helps in the search for certain varieties, and also stores information about their optimal dose for certain diseases. SeedFinder uses its own ecophysiological climate specificiation system.
Together with our database for historical weather data we can provide very detailed climate zones and weather data even for your area! In combination with our reviews we are able to provide specific strains and detailed info for this zones. Lots of more options and stuff are available at the SeedFinder, browse around - you will find it! Check out our small helpers and calculators for the indoor grower. You like to use our strain data for your own purposes, programs or websites? You can find the SeedFinder at Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram for news, infos and pictures! The SeedFinder needs your input: You have information or experiences about a cannabis strain? You was pleased or pissed by a strain and like to share your tipps about? You can give details about outdoor- or indoor cultivation and growth behavior of a certain strain? You can report something about aroma, taste and/or effect of a variety? You have written a Growreport into a cannabis community? So dont play only a passive role, connect your info with the SeedFinder! Add your comments, connect your threads, write a growreport and/or fill out a PlantProfile! Its all completely anonymous and you even dont need an email address. Dont stay in the back, start helping other growers to find the right strain and get better and bigger yields! Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. Like craft beer, bowling or fly fishing — all of which, coincidentally, pair well with weed — part of cannabis’s appeal is the culture that surrounds it. To partake, you could hit a music festival, attend a convention or simply download one of the five apps below. Weedmaps is now the number-two medical app on iTunes. Consider it your one-stop shop for loads of cannabis consumer knowledge — a blend of Google maps, Yelp and Amazon for dispensaries, delivery services, doctors and brands. Leafly started as a an online for cannabis strains, and it still offers great info on flavors, effects and pedigree. Compare the two, and stay up to date on the drama surrounding both sites’ listing (or not) of black-market sellers. In 2018, Leafly announced it would de-list unlicensed sellers in California; Weedmaps has not. If personalized medicine is the future of healthcare, Tokr is the future of weedcare — but not without a strong #lifestyle bent.
Based on your answers, the app “curates” high-end brands and sellers. Massroots is a community app — imagine a more motivated /r/trees. The app pushes its pages on strains, dispensaries and brands, which tecnically aligns it as a competitor to Leafly and Weedmaps. But the best utility, and the way most stoners use it, is as a media hub. Read up on stories about studies on CBD, the latest marijuana legislation and recipes. (For cannbis memes, /r/trees is still your destination.) SimLeaf. SimLeaf is the only paid app on this list, but damn if it isn’t worth three bucks. It’s a self-professed “highly advanced 3D grow simulator,” which is a fancy way of saying it’s a place to practice your grow before you screw it up in real life. There’s enough complexity here to actually learn a ton about growing.
Note: Purchasing products through our links may earn us a portion of the sale, which supports our editorial team’s mission. More by Chris Wright | Follow on Twitter · Contact via Email. What does it mean to find seeds in your marijuana buds? That means the seedy cannabis buds (which come from a female plant) may have come into contact with pollen from a male plant. Therefore, it’s possible the grower didn’t identify and remove all the male plants before the released pollen.