Marijuana Seeds Iowa: Tips & Information
Iowa is a midwestern city that is bordered by the Missouri River to the west and the Mississippi River to the east. Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Minnesota all surround Iowa and make up a core of the United States’ traditional values. The state flag is patterned after the flag of France because during Colonial times it was part of French Louisiana. After the Louisiana Purchase, the foundation was laid for modern-day Iowa, which is an agricultural powerhouse. Farmers in Iowa are the top producers of corn and pork in the country and a close second in soybean production.
Those who enjoy a simpler and quieter life tend to love Iowa. It has down-home values and provides plenty of outdoor activities in the Corn Belt. Going for a walk, hike, or picnic at Pikes Peak State Park is a must for visitors and locals alike. When you need a little sense of adventure, be sure to head to Ledges State Park and peer over the cliffs for an instant rush that is similar to taking that first, big toke from your favorite cannabis strain.
Stadium chasers, those sports enthusiasts who travel around the country attempting to attend sporting events at every stadium, love the charm of minor league baseball in Iowa. A quick trip around the Midwest League is going to have you making stops to watch the Burlington Bees, Cedar Rapids Kernels, Quad City River Bandits, and the Clinton LumberKings. When you need to enjoy that higher AAA level, you can watch the next big-league stars in Des Moines with the Iowa Cubs. While these baseball games are outstanding experiences, there is nothing quite like enjoying the tailgate gatherings before the University of Iowa Hawkeyes game on Saturday afternoon. The deafening crowds at Kinnick Stadium are as loyal to the Hawkeyes as a mother to her children. These Big 10 fans bleed the black and gold and treat the collegiate athletes like royalty. While the Hawkeyes are the big draw in the state, there are also the Iowa State Cyclones and these two teams match up for the Cy-Hawk trophy every year.
Iowa has a humid continental climate that hits extremes on both ends of the spectrum. Cold weather and snow are common in the Hawkeye state, but residents enjoy hot and humid summers and warm springs and autumns. Be prepared for early spring though, as the severe weather systems rain down in Iowa. There is an average of 50 thunderstorms per year and this part of the U.S. also experiences an average of 47 tornadoes per year. When growing cannabis in Iowa you should be prepared for these weather systems if you are growing outdoors and you should have a backup plan in place.