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Hercules seeds

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SQUASH (Butternut) Hercules F1 from Fothergills seeds, is a vigorous growing plant with big, sweet, tasty fruits and a small seed cavity so lots of flesh to eat Each fruit can weigh up to 3lb and stores well.

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SQUASH (Butternut) Hercules F1 from Fothergills seeds, is a vigorous growing plant with big, sweet, tasty fruits and a small seed cavity so lots of flesh to eat Each fruit can weigh up to 3lb and stores well.

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Hercules seeds

The quality control process

All four stages combined allow us to state with confidence that the seeds we deliver comply with the highest standards and have completed all required control stages with flying colours.

Stage two consists of a detailed verification tests in laboratory conditions. With the use of the highest quality equipment by the highly qualified staff, our suppliers perform more than 30 000 quality checks annually. The seeds that do not meet our requirements are subject to technological refining processes, including drying, cleaning, upgrading and testing again.

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Among those awards there were: TOP INNOVATION (June 2015), GOLD MEDAL AT THE POZNAN INTERNATIONAL FAIR (2015), CONSUMER QUALITY LEADER (2014), FARMER OF THE YEAR (2014).

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harlequin cannabis seeds

A sativa-dominant hybrid (it features a 75/25 split), Harlequin CBD is some breeders manic dream come to life: the result of combining Colombian Gold and a Nepalese indica with Thai and Swiss landrace strains. What you get is a clear-headed high perfect for treating pain and anxiety. And because this plant almost always reliably develops CBD in a ratio of 5:2, any hallucinogenic effects associated with the THC are rendered null and void.

If you need to relax and focus your mind, and aren’t looking for the euphoria common to regular strains, check out Harlequin CBD marijuana seeds. This sativa-dominant hybrid can relieve stress and inflammation, not to mention ease pain.

Sometimes fruity and sweet like a mango, other times more robust with notes of pine, Harlequin CBD’s flavor and aroma profile is a total crowd pleaser. Because this is a photoperiod plant, meaning you’ll need to manually make the switch from vegetative to flowering stage, our Harlequin CBD is considered an Intermediate strain, but it’s easy enough for beginner growers.

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You think of harlequin as the joker of the pack, but Harlequin CBD marijuana seeds couldn’t be any more serious.

After a short flowering period of about 7-9 weeks, these Harlequin CBD feminized marijuana seeds will yield upwards of 550 beautiful grams of sweet relaxation.

Harlequin cannabis seeds

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In the early days of cannabis cultivation, little was known about the different cannabinoids contained within them.

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• Shipping to US, EU, UK, AU, NZ
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• Credit Cards & Bitcoin Accepted

Medical Properties of Harlequin Seeds:

Avoid bud rot by maintaining high air circulation to all parts of the plant, and during watering, include compost tea to increase plant immunity.

• >10% CBD
• Harvest: 8-10 Weeks
• Yield: 400-500g/㎡

Medical properties are the bread and butter of Harlequin seeds. After all, this strain was primarily created to deliver maximum relief to people treating effects stemming from chemotherapy.

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The connection between cannabis and medicine hasn’t always been as solid as it is today. Many years ago, people viewed cannabis as strictly recreational, if not downright illegal.

If you’re growing Harlequin seeds outdoors in a humid environment, select a site with plenty of airflow rather than one obstructed by trees and other obstacles. Relative humidity should never exceed 65%.

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what soil is good for growing weed

It’s fun and relaxing

Climate in your area

Don’t underestimate the therapeutic value of gardening. It’s relaxing to spend some time outside, roll up your sleeves, and get your hands dirty for a while. And there’s nothing better than smoking something you grew yourself.

Choosing the best outdoor cannabis grow site

We also advise against using nutrients designed for indoor weed growing—they are generally composed of synthetic mineral salts and can damage soil bacteria.

What soil is good for growing weed

That’s why indoor systems, which have a lack of space, need to create smaller root systems for marijuana. Regardless of the root system you choose, make sure the temperature in the growing area stays around 68 degrees Fahrenheit.

Choosing the Right Cannabis Soil Container Size

This is made from coconut husks and manages to improve water retention without causing the soil to become heavy. When you use coco coir, the roots of your plant should develop quicker, and you’re less likely to overwater. You can grow your marijuana in pure coco coir. However, a maximum of 30% is best for a productive soil amendment.

Worm Castings

The apparent simplicity of picking soil often fools newcomers, and they frequently make mistakes that cost them their harvest. The truth is, you have to make a lot of considerations. For example, the soil you use for indoor growing is not the same one you’ll need for an outdoor grow. Then there is the small matter of things like pH, drainage, and a host of other criteria.

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best growing medium for indoor cannabis

Best growing medium for indoor cannabis

The result is strong-scented buds grown only with natural processes and all you have to do is just add water and let the soil do the magic! The biggest downside to living soil is that plants tend to grow a little slower than with other grow mediums, and some people don’t like the smell of the composted soil, especially in the house.

When people are talking about hydroponics, they’re usually referring to growing your cannabis with the roots sitting directly in water. The most popular style of hydroponics for cannabis plants is known as Deep Water Culture (a.k.a. DWC), and it has a very popular variant known as “bubbleponics” or a top-fed Deep Water Culture (DWC) system.

Soilless Mediums (Coco Coir & Perlite)

With living soil, a colony of microorganisms in the soil creates an ecosystem that mimics the best-of-the-best soil in nature. The nutrients are slowly broken down from organic sources and delivered directly to your plant roots. For some reason, plants grown in this type of root environment tend to produce very strong-smelling buds. One thing that’s really great about living soil is you usually don’t need to use any added nutrients.

What exactly is hydroponics and is it good for growing marijuana?

Coco coir is how I started growing, and I recommend it to anyone Here’s me during my first grow with my coco-grown plants:

Best growing medium for indoor cannabis

Long-time reader, first-time grower here! As my wife and I begin our journey in growing, I wanted to get your take on the abundance of indoor grow mediums currently available on the market. As first time growers, we are leaning towards using soil and hand-watering the plants, as I have seen you recommend this approach for beginners several times over the years. However, we are open to doing a hydro system if the medium and system are easy enough to handle. Any advice is much appreciated!

The Question: What Grow Medium Is Best For New Indoor Growers?

Obviously, choosing one of the above mediums hinges a lot on the type of grow system being used in the garden. In terms of the question posed, I would concur that for a first-time grower, using a soilless mix (such as Sunshine #4 or Pro-Mix) and utilizing a daily hand-watering regiment is the best option.

Mineral Wool

Similar to vermiculite and perlite, clay can be heated and expanded. However, with clay, the medium becomes much harder after heating. Still, the clay aggregate is porous enough to give it some decent water-holding ability, though not enough for systems using a single daily watering. Rather, this medium is better suited for continuous-flow or multiple-watering hydroponic systems. Inert and sterile with neutral pH, HEC offers little to no buffering properties, but it is highly stable and capable of holding seedling or clone plugs in active hydro systems. HEC can also be used as a bottom layer for drainage in plant containers or as a mixed-in additive for soilless mixtures.

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Indoor outdoor cannabis growing

“Data has made a lot of good decisions for us,” said Rogers. “It’s about the little things that add up to the big things.”

In addition to nature, Plena is also embracing Big Data—weather stations gather endless information; crops are analyzed and compared. Combined, the data will inform when different varietals should be planted in order to thrive.

Still, much of that thriving does depend on nature. Outdoor stressors such as solar radiation can prompt production of cannabinoids, allowing for smaller plants with higher levels, Zwicky said.

Growing weed outdoors

Like Rosenthal, Rogers espouses goal-oriented farming. “Don’t just grow cannabis, grow cannabis for a specific reason.”

Controlled lighting in the greenhouses prevents flowering, keeping the plants in the vegetative phase longer so that they gain mass, Zwicky said. But most importantly for Plena, greenhouse cultivation allows for consistency across the plants and ensures there is a crop ready to plant once a field has been turned over.

Indoor growing

Organigram spent CA$250 million constructing its facility, Rogers said. It contains over a hundred grow rooms, each of which can be tailored to the specific climate needs of a varietal.

The fight over whether indoor farming is better than outdoor has raged for decades. It is normally framed as outdoor idealists against indoor advocates. There are obvious benefits to both grow methods—free light and cheap land versus control and consistency—and greenhouses offer some of both. But now, the debate has moved into the new zone of commercial farming.

Indoor outdoor cannabis growing

Robert Masterson, a cultivator at A Golden State , told us that standardized methodology is their motivation for growing indoors. “Cannabis grown indoors can be given the perfect amount of light per square foot and unique spectrums of different lighting sources to maximize terpenes and potency,” he said. “Not all indoor cultivators can completely control their environment, but when done correctly they can achieve the highest genetic potential of specific cultivars.“

Cultivating indoors provided secrecy. until police eventually figured out ways to track down those operations too . While indoor growing may have changed the game in terms of keeping the black market supplied with product, it also changed how we use the cannabis plant, standardizing the growth of high-potency plants (which is why you’ll often hear that today’s weed is so much strong than the stuff Boomers smoked in the ‘60s— it probably is ).

Wyze Cam Spotlight

While myths about “today’s” THC contents being higher than ever have been circulating since the mid-2010’s, that push has been consumer-driven, not tech-driven. In 2015 The Atlantic reported the “shift toward high potency has arguably more to do with contemporary market forces than with a younger generation of marijuana enthusiasts.”

Wine, weed, and hospitality expert Rachel Burkons is among those pushing publicly for cannabis appellations. Burkons runs an Instagram account @smokesipsavor that puts the pleasures of California’s earth on full display , and makes recommendations for how to pair regional products, including cannabis.

Why is this even an issue?

That’s why Raeven Duckett Robinson , Co-founder of Community Gardens in Oakland, California is on #teamoutdoor. “It’s like [the] Twizzler versus Red Vine debate. I support outdoor because it’s more affordable—and weed should be grown outdoors anyways; indoor gets over-hyped and it’s bad for the environment.”

Indoor outdoor cannabis growing

If you are still wondering which is the best place to grow, inside or outside, consider sampling both cannabis that is grown both outdoors and weed that is grown indoors to see what you prefer. There are many sites that allow you to buy weed online. Most of these stores sell cannabis grown in different locations. If you like a certain strain, you should be able to find the seeds for sale easily in a grow store or on the internet.

A lot of folks have found themselves with time on their side due to the ongoing pandemic, so to do something constructive, many have learned how to cultivate cannabis at home.

If you live in a warm climate and you decide to grow a Sativa plant, keep in mind that these plants can grow extremely tall. If you don’t want everyone in the neighborhood finding out that you are growing weed at home, perhaps consider growing indoors instead.

Without doubt, growing cannabis outdoors is far better for the environment than growing indoors. Growing outdoors you need very little to no electricity whatsoever, so it is much less carbon footprint than indoor growing. Some indoor strains use 12 to 18 hours of electricity each day. Things like fans might have to be kept on 24 hours a day. If you are concerned about the environment, outdoor growing is a much better option.

Is growing outdoor better for the environment in comparison to indoor growing?

If you want to grow weed to produce dense, attractive looking buds, growing inside your home is probably your best option. At the end of the day, any weed that is grown well will get you high.

More often than not, outdoor plants produce far more smokable buds in comparison to indoor plants. At the same time, some Indica plants take a much shorter time to flower compared to Sativa plants, so you might produce a lot more cannabis throughout the year if you are growing indoors.

It is difficult to say which method produces better cannabis because it is a matter of personal preference. Both methods can get you really stoned, but in a slightly different way.

Outdoor: Is the climate in your current location suitable for growing weed outdoors?

Before you start growing outdoors, consider speaking to others in the area who have grown cannabis in your area. If they have successfully grown weed, perhaps asking them what type of seeds they used, what type of fertilizer worked best and how many weeks it took to flower will give you a good indication of what to expect.

Over recent years, it seems growing cannabis plants has become more popular than ever before. With weed stores like this cannabis dispensary in Calgary NW and authorized grow stores both online and land-based supplying customers with top quality seeds, it’s no wonder the process is growing in popularity.

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bubblicious seeds

This super reliable hybrid will flower in 9-10 weeks and will not grow tall when blooming commences.

Genetics: In order to create the most unique and fruity Skunk hybrid possible, we used Big Big and crossed her with a Skunk #5 male. Both plants are well known for their huge yields of bright green, resin caked flowers, and their resilience to withstand hot and cold climates with ease.

Strain Characteristics: She will grow up to a medium height and produce solid branching. During the vegetative stage, Bubblelicious will produce a bushy canopy thanks to her Skunk heritage, making her a great candidate for plant training such as topping, L.S.T and pruning. Grown in a Sea of Green, this girl is able to produce 350 – 450 g/m² and outdoors can grow monster yields that may require support. Her buds will grow with a bright green hue that becomes covered in thick, bright orange and pink pistils, surrounded by clusters of trichomes.

When rolling a joint, the aroma she releases is hypnotic and mesmerizingly strawberry candy sweet. After lighting a joint, the room will smell like a wild combination of fresh flowers, berry, strawberry tarts and bubblegum.

Welcome to Bubblicious cannabis seeds. It would be a tremendous error to confuse affordability with quality and satisfaction here. Have a look at our classic strain Bubblicious. The name implies Bubblegum. The name brings the smell of that sweet sugary scent we all know and love from our childhood. The name implies it is delicious. It is. A highly unique plant in its terpene profile, the smells and flavors this plant delivers can be overwhelming. This is a strain which any and all grower must have in their vault. Get ready for big colas here, this is no joke!

An old school hybrid; as always, here at Resin Seeds, we aim to only work with the most select and praiseworthy phenotypes of a particular strain, never relying on the black market for random claims of elite cuttings, or years of endless searching to find a special plant. Rather, our networks and special industry friends allow us to go straight to the source. Our Bubblicious strain is a clear example. Rather than go thru endless packs of a particular strain, wasting time, money and effort in hopes of finding the often hyped but rarely seen elite cut, we cut to the chase here. Both these classic cannabis cultivars, Bubblegum(TM) and Lavender, are legendary classics on their own. The breeders here at Resin Seeds saw here a tremendous opportunity to leave their mark on the cannabis community, basking in the knowledge that both Adam of THSeeds and Soma were just a phone call away, with their chosen and tested mothers to offer up for further breeding.
The idea of working such classic lines was too good to pass up, so Jaime made all efforts to obtain these genetics. A short time later, an exciting new Resin Seeds strain was born; and one of our best-sellers to date. Ever since, this Bubblicious strain and its seed have been offering a high-class tasting experience that is beyond compare. Hard, dense buds, pungent and terpene filled, and most importantly, covered in resin. Floral earth tones, with lingering hints of bubblegum and citrus are to be expected. It can be a very large yielder, though should be handled/grown/pruned properly thru the vegetative stage, before entering the flowering stage, to achieve optimal success. Consider topping and/or supercropping here, as massive colas can be susceptible to botrytis in excessively humid conditions. Especially outdooors, all undergrowth and small insignificant bud sites should be removed to increase air flow and focus energy on flowering colas. Silica supplements are an interesting addition here.

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Original Bubblegum (THSeeds) Female crossed with an F1 Lavender male (Soma). The phenotype selected has the classic Bubblegum yield, structure and smell with the taste and high of the Lavender. An absolutely insane resin producer, probably the most resinous in our lineup. Amazing terpene profile to go alongside massive colas; can´t go wrong here!

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silver garden seeds

Silver garden seeds

98 – 112 days. Silver Shield plectranthus seeds are a simple and exotic Australian grow ideal for many hot and humid gardens. Silver Shield seeds promise 24 – 36” tall mounds of silvery green leaves with bluish white floret spikes perfect for highlighting walkways, borders, fences, or patios. Silver Shield plectranthus is native to eastern Australia’s sweltering and rugged rainforests and will thrive all summer in similar climates. Silver Shield seeds mix well with lavenders and other soft blooms that last well into the season. 100 seeds.

Growing Silver Shield Plectranthus Garden Seeds

Silver Shield plectranthus is easy to grow from seed and recommended for direct sowing outdoors after the frost. For earliest blooms, begin seeds indoors 4 – 6 weeks prior and transplant plectranthus seedlings to a well-shaded spot either indoors or out. For direct sowing, plant 1 – 2 Silver Shield plectranthus seeds ¼” deep and 24 – 36” apart in rich, humusy, evenly most, and well-drained soil in partial sun to full shade. Silver Shield plectranthus will only tolerate full sun if grown in a cool summer climate, otherwise, keep plants shaded in hot and humid gardens. Plants are native to eastern Australia’s rainforests and can not endure frosts. Avoid overwatering because plants will not perform well if not properly drained, making Silver Shield plectranthus susceptible to crown rot, mold, and mildew. Plectranthus has no serious pests or diseases, but monitor regularly for mealybugs, mites, and scale. Silver Shield plectranthus matures in 98 – 112 days as 24 – 36” tall mounding ground cover shrubs with a 24 – 36” spread of silvery green foliage with bluish white floret spikes.

Plectranthus argentatus, often known as Silver Shield or Silver Spurflower, is a low-growing member of the mint family and native to the warm and humid rainforests of eastern Australia. Plectranthus argentatus has been recognized by London’s Royal Horticultural Society with its Award of Garden Merit.

Silver garden seeds

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Fertilizing (Garden): Plant in a garden recently amended with compost. No further fertilizing required.

Growing in Containers: Works well in large containers on a trellis.

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cannabis sativa seed oil uses

Cannabis sativa seed oil uses

With the recent passing of the Farm Bill, which legalized the production of industrial hemp, more products will flood the market, making it more difficult to weed out the highs from the lows. And, you might be teeming with Qs: Will slathering it on give me the munchies? Is it even legal in all 50 states? What’s the best way to add hemp-oil into your skin regimen? Quick answers: No, yes, and glad you asked.

So. what is Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil?

We know, the science surrounding Cannabis in all of its many forms can get confusing. Here are the basics: There are more than 80 different cannabinoid compounds that can be extracted from the cannabis sativa plant (otherwise known as weed). Of these, the two compounds that are the most well-known are CBD and THC—the latter being the one that produces a high when you eat or smoke it (a.k.a. it makes you stoned). Although Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil is derived from the hemp plant—hemp oil comes from the seeds, while CBD is derived from the leaves—it doesn't contain any CBD or THC compounds, but it is naturally rich in many skin-smoothing, calming, and moisturizing properties.

There are buzzy skin-care ingredients (turmeric! probiotics!). And then there are skin-care ingredients with buzz. In the beautysphere right now, there’s nothing buzzier than hemp-derived ingredients, such as cannabis sativa seed oil. This type of oil is loaded with plenty of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are anti-inflammatory, next-level skin moisturizers.

It's no surprise, then, that skin-care brands are betting big on ingredients from the hemp plant. Case in point: The new Green Releaf collection from Peter Thomas Roth, which includes the Therapeutic Sleep Cream and Calming Face Oil, both of which are infused with hemp-derived cannabis sativa seed oil.

Cannabis sativa seed oil uses

Topical hemp seed oil has no known side effects.  

While other kinds of hemp oil are rich in cannabinoids as mentioned, hemp seed oil typically has no-to-few cannabinoids and contains mostly omega fatty acids. So, if you were worried about getting high off of hemp seed oil, you won't. You can already find it in a variety of skincare products, and you can even eat it.

Type of ingredient: Oil

Benefits of Hemp Seed Oil for Skin

Everyone loves a good retinol, but we don't feel as positively about the irritation that comes along with them. MARA uses hemp-derived CBD and cannabis sativa seed oil meant to mitigate the inflammation you may experience, as well as fermented green tea, so you can get your antioxidant fix, too.

Works well with: Acids and retinoids as it may mitigate the irritation they cause.

Side Effects of Hemp Seed Oil

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This product from Herbivore comes in both CBD-free and CBD-inclusive versions, and which one you use is up to you. While the CBD-inclusive iteration is great for inflammation, the mixture of hemp seed oil, adaptogens, and squalane is good for you regardless of which one you buy.

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weeds growing through rock bed

Weeds growing through rock bed

Killing weeds is already tedious enough, so the best weed killer for rocks might be one that is ready for immediate use.

The good news is, killing weeds in rocks is not much different from killing weeds in the garden and lawn.

Selective Vs. Non-Selective

Another natural way to kill weeds in rocks is to use good old rock salt or table salt. The salt kills weeds by drawing the moisture out of them and dehydrating them. This applies to other plants as well! Be careful not to get any on the plants that you want to keep.

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Here are other things you should consider before buying the best weed killer for rocks:

Weeds growing through rock bed

Cultivate the surface of the soil with a hoe to remove top growth. Don’t cultivate deeply because you may bring buried seeds to the surface where they will be happy to sprout.

A rock bed, whether bedrock planted with succulents and wildflowers or a rock garden, can be an attractive, low maintenance space. No mowing required. However, many types of weeds are persistent and continue to sprout, even in bedrock or in the nooks and crannies between boulders. To get rid of the overgrown weeds in your rock bed, try manual controls or one of several non-toxic methods first because safe techniques may remove established weeds effectively without dangerous chemicals. Resort to herbicides only when nothing else works, and then use a chemical exactly according to the instructions on the label.

Less Toxic Weed Removal

Dispose of weeds in a sealed garbage can or plastic bag. If weeds are removed manually, you can place them on the compost pile, but only do so if you’ve removed all seedheads ,which should be disposed of in a sealed bag.

Chemical Control of Weeds

Spray weeds with vinegar, which burns the foliage. For the best control, look for a vinegar containing 10 to 20 percent acetic acid, which is stronger than typical household vinegar at only 5 percent acetic acid. You can also use pickling vinegar, which is 9 percent acidic acid. Be careful not to spray desirable plants.

Weeds growing through rock bed

You can also use a preemergent weed killer, as long as you apply it carefully, in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

If you are preparing to put down landscaping rock, do yourself a favor and prepare the area appropriately.

If you are so inclined, use a good preemergent according to the product’s instructions. Next, install a steel edging border that is at least 3 inches high (4” is better). This will prevent weeds, grasses and plants from sending roots into your rock beds.

How to Prevent Weeds from Growing in Existing Landscaping Rock

You can also pour boiling water directly on the weeds to kill them, but wear long pants and close-toed shoes, to avoid burning yourself.

Some landscapers swear by periodically sprinkling salt over the area. Apply the salt liberally and spray the area down with water.

How to Remove Weeds from Landscaping Rock

Landscaping rock has become a popular fixture in Northern Utah yards for both aesthetic and environmental reasons. But, once weeds pop up in your rock beds, that clean, architectural look quickly turns unsightly.

Now, put down a layer of underlayment. The heavy black plastic you may have seen in the past is not ideal. It decomposes quickly and corners start to stick up through the rock. Instead, top your bed with a good landscaping fabric. We highly recommend Hanes weed barrier fabric because, in our experience, it is the most weed-resistant.

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jack o’ nesia seeds

Jack o' nesia seeds

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Genetics: Amnesia (D-cut) X Jack #22
Flowering: 9/12 weeks

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This is it a easy to grow hard hitting Hazy hybrid. Smells go from candy like bubblegum to spicy haze smells. It’s got a decent stretch, working good when topped.

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Here you can find all info about Jack O Nesia from Karma Genetics. If you are searching for information about Jack O Nesia from Karma Genetics, check out our Basic Infos, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Jack o' nesia seeds

Flowering Time: 8-10 weeks.

Enviroment: Indoor /Outdoor

Karma Genetics Seeds Jack O Nesia was made when this cut of Amnesia won the ICMAG 420 Cup in 2009 and was crossed with the Jack #22 Male. This is it a easy to grow hard hitting Hazy hybrid. The Smell rom candy like bubblegum to spicy haze smells. It’s got a decent stretch, working good when topped. She is more on the sativa side. A great plant to grow.

Please Note: This content is for informational and educational use only. The Attitude Seed bank sells all seeds strictly for souvenir purposes or for storage and preservation of genetics in case the laws may change. We do not condone or encourage the germination of cannabis seeds and we will refuse a sale to anyone who leads us to believe they intend to use our products in an unlawful way.
WARNING: IT IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE TO GERMINATE CANNABIS SEEDS IN THE UK AND MANY OTHER COUNTRIES.

Jack o' nesia seeds

Afther winning the ICMAG 420 cup 2009, with this cut of Amnesia i crossed it with my proven Jack#22 male.

This is it a easy to grow hard hitting Hazy hybrid. Smells go from candy like bubblegum to spicy haze smells. It’s got a decent stretch, working good when topped.