- Brand: DNA Genetics
- Strain: Chocolope Kush
- Variety: 60% Sativa : 40% Indica
- Genetics: Kosher Kush x Chocolope
- Flowering Time: 9 weeks
- Yield: 500 - 600g/m2
- THC Content:
- CBD Content:
- Availability: Check In-Store Availability
Provision offers all our customers guarantee that our seeds are in excellent condition. If you have issues with our seeds, please contact us. Our guarantee does not extend to other breeders seeds that we resell.
Warning Germination of Cannabis seed is illegal in most countries.
You have to be at least 18 years old to order cannabis seeds.
Provision do not encourage anyone to break the law in their country. Provision cannot be held responsible for the actions of persons who purchase our cannabis seeds. Provision can sell you cannabis seeds legally for the use of fishing bait additives or as luxury bird food or as souvenirs.
We dispatch our seeds on the condition that they will not be used by others in conflict with applicable local law. Unfortunately, regulation and implementation in respect of cannabis seeds often differ from country to country. For this reason we advise you as a matter of urgency to make inquiries about the regulations to which you are subject. It is your responsibility to check with your local laws. As a Provision client, you are prohibited from distributing seeds to countries where possession of and/or trafficking in cannabis seeds is illegal. This site is intended for those persons 18 years of age and older.
For your own protection we require you to inquire about and comply with all local laws and international laws governing the purchase of marijuana seeds/cannabis seeds in your part of the world. In many countries, it is illegal to germinate these cannabis seeds. By ordering, 'you confirm that you checked your local and international law and it is safe to do so and that the responsibility for that decision rests solely upon you.
All cannabis seeds / marijuana seeds are for educational and Souvenir purposes only
Provision understands that cloning or sprouting seeds are sometimes difficult for some. Some may not have room due to plant count or even have the time. we offer medical cannabis plants for valid licensed producers. Our plants are all in house grown unless other wise stated. Let us help so you can focus on other things.
These are the following requirements you must meet:
1. You must possess a Health Canada License. The expired licenses are still valid due to court decision.
2. Scan or take a picture of your MMAR PUPL/DPPL license. Send as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact us.
No guarantees on mail order, you assume the risk so please consider all factors before ordering (time of year, growing ability, Canada Post delivery times, using Revive, planting after receiving, etc.).
Are the MMAR still in force?
No. The MMAR were repealed on March 31, 2014; however, as a result of a Federal Court Order granted on March 21, 2014, individuals who were previously authorized to possess and produce marijuana under the MMAR, and who meet the terms of the Court Order, will be able to continue to do so on an interim basis until the Court reaches a final decision. As ordered by the Court, individuals with an Authorization to Possess (ATP) valid on March 21, 2014, may hold a maximum quantity of dried marijuana as specified by their ATP or 150 grams, whichever is less.
Can Personal-Use Production Licence (PUPL) and Designated-Person Production Licence (DPPL) holders continue to grow plants?
If your licence falls under the Federal Court Order, you may be able to continue to grow marijuana plants. The Federal Court Order applies to PUPLs and DPPLs that were valid on or after September 30, 2013, and were connected to a related ATP that was valid on, or after, March 21, 2014. PUPLs and DPPLs that fall under the Court Order will remain in place with the same terms and conditions as identified on their licence. Note that address, number of plants, storage amounts, etc. cannot be changed. Additionally, note that the 150 gram possession cap now applies.
Health Canada does not provide legal advice as to the validity of licences or authorizations under the MMAR. Individuals wishing to determine whether they fall under the Federal Court Order should seek independent legal advice.
My licence was revoked - can I get it back?
If Health Canada has revoked your authorization or licence prior to March 21, 2014, you do not fall within the terms of the Federal Court Order and it cannot be reinstated or reissued. Health Canada will not issue new ones or amend existing ATPs, PUPLs, or DPPLs.
If your ATP was revoked prior to March 21, 2014, the associated PUPL/DPPL cannot be reinstated or reissued.
Will Health Canada provide ATP/PUPL/DPPL paperwork from Health Canada?
If your authorization or licence falls within the terms of the Federal Court Order, Health Canada can send you a reprint of your existing licence. Please note your licence is only extended in accordance with the terms under which it was originally issued (no change of address, number of plants, storage amounts, etc.).
Will Health Canada issue a new ATP/PUPL/DPPL?
Effective March 31, 2014, the MMAR are repealed. Health Canada therefore cannot issue new authorizations or licences under the MMAR. If your authorization or licence falls within the terms of the Federal Court Order, Health Canada can send you a reprint of your existing licence upon request. Dates and addresses will not be amended.
I have a PUPL or DPPL. How does the 150 gram limit apply to me?
Plant and storage amounts remain as noted on your PUPL or DPPL. Under the new regulations, individuals who are registered with a licensed producer may possess the lesser of a 30-day supply of dried marijuana or 150 grams of dried marijuana. As part of the Federal Court Order, an ATP holder may hold a maximum quantity of dried marijuana as specified by their ATP or 150 grams, whichever is less.
I've moved. Can I change my ATP/licence?
No. The MMAR were repealed on March 31, 2014, and Health Canada is no longer processing any new ATPs/licences or amending existing documents.
The licence or authorization is only extended in accordance with the terms under which it was originally issued (address, number of plants, storage amounts, etc.). You cannot transfer your licence or authorization to a different address.
How will I prove to police that I am still allowed to possess/produce marijuana for medical purposes?
You can demonstrate legal possession of marijuana for medical purposes by presenting your ATP/PUPL/DPPL to police. Note that lawful possession/production is limited to what is specified in your ATP/PUPL/DPPL. If the officer is unaware of the injunction order, he/she may call Health Canada to verify certain authorization or licence information.
These F.A.Q was taken from Health Canada. These can change at any given time without notice.