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Strain Of The Day - Biddy Early

Sativa 50 / Indica 50
Origins: Early Skunk x Warlock
Flowering: 50-60 days
Harvest: early October Biddy Early is named for a 19th century woman accused of witchcraft, whose story became the subject of folk ballads and entered Irish legend. Magus – from the Latin for “priest” or “sorcerer” – felt kinship with Biddy Early’s plight given the similarity between the witch hunt hysteria in times past and the current war on drugs. Biddy Early is the first variety that Magus genetics specifically formulated for outdoor gardening in temperate regions. Although an even mix of sativa and indica, this plant exhibits the strong lateral growth typically seen in sativas. Biddy likes to branch out. The branches are very elastic and pliable, easily trained or tied like vines to suit the available space. Outdoors, this suppleness makes the plant “storm proof” or resilient to harsh weather. Biddy Early shows her talents outdoors, but may create trouble when grown indoors eaither for bud or as mothers for clon…

Strain Of The Day - Pablo's Cheese

mostly Sativa Genetics: Colombian Godbud x The Cheese
Flowering: 10-121 weeks
THC: 20% British company Cannaseur Seeds have certainly raised the bar with this strain. The Colombian Godbud genetics that form the basis for this strain were collected by the breeders back in 2002 on their travels in the north of Colombia, at great risk to the breeders. Godbud is an extreme equatorial sativa, never hybridized, which takes upwards of 18 weeks from the start of the flowering period to fully mature. The other parent, The Cheese, was cut from an original UK clone mother and has been grown by the Cannaseur breeders for many years. The resulting Pablo’s Cheese was such a success that in 2009, the project to create a population of F2s was undertaken. These buds are 75% sativa in growing style and 80% sativa in smoke. Generations of rigorous selection have made Pablo’s Cheese very resistant to mold, so she can be taken through wet periods in an outdoor grow without any problems, and is great indoors as…

Strain Of The Day - Orient Express

60% Sativa / 40% Indica Genetics: Vietnam Black x China Yunnan
Flowering: 8-10 weeks
THC: 14-16% Spain’s Ace Seeds is a collective of breeders and cannabis lovers who focus on preserving heirloom and landrace strains and breeding the best new varieties from their quality breeding stock. Orient Express is currently one of their most popular strains, and rightly so. Vietnam Black is a pure sativa strain from Southeast Asia, while China Yunnan is a mostly indica hybrid hailing from the home of Confucius and the Tao. By breeding these two stellar strains together, Ace Seeds have shortened the flowering time of Vietnam Black but kept the high production and the beautiful aromatics, and have thus created the best of both worlds in one plant – and isn’t that what makes a killer breeder? This strain is best suited for subtropical climates if it’s being grown outdoors, but if you’re not in a subtropical area, coastal climates can also harbor good crops of Orient Express – take advantage of the warm…

Strain Of The Day - Northern Lights

Origins: NL5 x NL2
Flowering: 45-50 days
Harvest: mid October

The Northern Lights (NL) is one of the most potent and famous indica strains. Even though there are a lot of copies circulating around with variations on the name, there are only 3 pure types from the original development of Northern Lights, which Sensi was lucky to acquire.
Historically, the NL 1, a longer, more stretchy type with a fresh scent and good bud formulation, was the basis of the NL cross that was sold as Sensi’s Northern Lights. Currently, the NL 5 has taken over the most important role in the cross. Because NL 5 adds potency and reduces flowering time, but is not dominant in taste and smell, it also plays a starring role in the overall breeding plan at the Cannabis Castle. It has functioned as a test case for many crosses. The f1 generation is very predictable, giving uniform results and passing uniformly onto its hybrids it parents. The NL 2 contributes to the overall vigor of the plant and strength of the …

Strain Of The Day - Somango

Origins: Jack Herrer x Big Skunk
Flowering: 63-70 days
Harvest: late October Somango blends the multiple hybrid Jack Herrer with Big Skunk to form the frutiest of all of Soma’s strains. Previously known by Soma #5, this complex cross was renamed for its tropical mango aroma and flavor. Somago is optimal as a multiple branch plant, since its genetics encourage long side branches and a height on the taller side. A sea of green method can still be undertaken, but branching and height will need to be controlled. Soma prefers to grow on soil indoors with fully organic nutrients, but other media will also give satisfactory results. As it matures, the leaves shade to purple and the buds become covered in a carpet of crystal is that makes fine finger hash. While a moderate yielder, Somango’s bud possesses sublime qualities. The fragrant and tasty Somango smoke delivers a buzz that is very uplifting and mentally stimulating in its effects. You can smoke this pot without turning into a remote …

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Strain Of The Day - Very Berry Haze

Origins: East coast strains
Flowering: 70-80 days
Harvest: mid October This Haze plant is a U.S. native, coming from East Coast genetics that were passed along to the medical marijuana breeders at Apothecary. It is a pure sativa strain, and as such is best grown as an indoor or greenhouse plant, outside of the equatorial zones. Very berry hazes exhibit all of the stereotypical qualities of the haze-dominant sativas. They grow rapidly into jumbo plants, shooting out a profuse number of long flexible branches with many bud sites. Because of their tendencies, they are really only suitable as multi-branch plants. they should be started in flowering quickly in order to keep heights reasonable. Indoor plants that are forced at 6 inch heights can finish about 10 weeks later at 4 feet. They can finish outdoors by first of November in appropriate regions of California, growing to 12 feet when started at 8 inches. Very Berry’s foliage is a lush green with thin leaflets, and may be prone to de…

Strain Of The Day - Maxi Gom

Genetics: Ruderalis x Critical x AK-47
Flowering: 75 days
Yield: 50 – 120 gr
THC: 16-18%

Holland’s Grass-O-Matic have created an incredible strain with Maxi Gom, a sativa dominant auto flowering hybrid of Critical Mass and AK-47 with a good dose of Joint Doctor’s ruderalis genetics in the mix, too. The ruderalis genes also make this killer strain an auto-flowering one, so she’s great for beginner growers and those who don’t have much time to devote to their crop.
To allow Maxi Gom to reach her full potential, the breeders recommend planting in pots larger than 10 to 12 liters and applying moderate amounts of fertilizer. The most fantastic growth, though, happens when Maxi Gom is placed in a hydro system indoors, where she can give a harvest of 50 grams per plant even in a small space. As with all auto flowering varieties, the plant finishes quickly, with harvest occurring 75 days after germination whether grown indoors or outside. As the buds are long and tight, it is essential to keep an …

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