Marijuana Seeds Wyoming: The Ins and Outs of Growing From Seed
Wyoming is more interesting than one might think. While it is the tenth largest state by area, it has the lowest population of all states in the USA. This landlocked state is located in the northwest portion of the country and is abutted by Montane to the north, Colorado to the south, Nebraska and South Dakota to the east, and Idaho to the west. Cheyenne is the most populated city, at just under 70,000 people, and is the state capital yet most people know the “Equality State” because of the national icon known as Yellowstone Park and the University of Wyoming Cowboys and Cowgirls.
Wyoming has vast open spaces as the western half of the state is mostly made up of rangelands of the Rocky Mountains. The eastern part of the state has a heightened elevation and is known as the High Plains. A little known fact, and one that angers libertarians, is that roughly half of the land in the state is owned by the government. One of the reasons is because of the vast and enormous national parks and ranges that are controlled by the government. The first and foremost national park in Wyoming, is Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone is located in the northwest corner of the state and is largely known for its magnificent wildlife, notably bears, wolves, moose, elk, badgers, otters, and fox. Even if wildlife is not your thing, Yellowstone has plenty to offer. Old Faithful got its name for a reason. This geyser has titillated tourists with its eruptions and is incredibly reliable as it erupts every 45 to 120 minutes since 2000.
Grand Teton National Park is an incredible 310,000 acre national park that is home to the Teton Range. This 40 mile long range provides ample opportunity for nature lovers to get out and enjoy what Wyoming has to offer. Since it is only 10 miles south of Yellowstone, this makes it incredibly convenient for those that want to hit both iconic spots together. Enjoying the majestic beauty of nature goes hand in hand with consuming cannabis but be sure you remember where you are if you want to bring this delightful plant with you.
Wyoming is able to lay claim to the first national monument in the country. Way back in 1906, Devils Tower was established as a national monument by President Theodore Roosevelt. The summit sits over 5000 feet above sea level and about 4000 people per year scale this monstrous beast! If going for the gusto is not up your alley, enjoying a nice easy hike around the tower’s base is going to be a better option while still allowing you to claim that you hiked Devils Tower.
The climate of Wyoming is of semi-arid and continental persuasion. This climate is not for those that are rigid and unable to be flexible. It is drier and windier than most of the nation and deals with larger temperature extremes than many places. This is in large part to the elevation of the area. Summers are warm with temperatures residing in the 80℉ range yet also experiences sharp cool downs and the warmest places experiencing temperature drops in the 20 to 30 degree range. The low precipitation levels can be great for growing cannabis as it allows you to plan accordingly and know that there is not going to be many unexpected changes on a daily basis. While the climate is not the greatest for growing marijuana, the predictability can be an asset and allow cultivators to adjust for the expected changes and indoor cannabis growing is always an option if you don’t want to deal with the challenges the Wyoming climate presents.