• Australian Bastard Cannabis

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    This mutant strain came to us through an exchange, and it has been a visual spectacle. With its lobed leaves, small size and its very short flowering period in exterior, it is one of the varieties less similar to cannabis. Which makes it one of the most recommended varieties for guerrilla crops. It is a plant that can go unnoticed anywhere. The fear of growing on balconies, gardens, or even in the middle of a roundabout is over. In addition to its curious taxonomy, it has a very discreet aroma of fresh fennel, which we will not be able to detect unless we stick our nose to the flowery tops. Australian Bastard Cannabis IBL has an indoor flowering period of 8 to 10 weeks. This period being much shorter outdoors. Flowering one month earlier than the rest of the normal varieties. Being ripe for harvest between the end of August and early September. Note: Variety suitable for breeding projects.
  • Uzbekistan Hash Plant

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    Uzbekistan Hashplant is a traditionally cultivated indigenous variety that comes from the mountains of Uzbekistan, where they are cultivated by locals for hash and ganja. The first efforts were focused on eliminating any trace of hermaphroditism and sativa influence in the breeding line, obtaining very homogeneous plants with an indica structure, differentiating themselves from other landrace lines from the same area. This landrace will provide us with abundant harvests of the highest quality after nine weeks of flowering. It might acquire purple colour if we are in low temperature conditions. As a traditionally grown hashplant, it is a good option to use it for extractions, concentrates or breeding projects. Note: Variety suitable for breeding projects / Indicated for the production or extraction of concentrates.
  • Deep Chunk

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    This unique broadleaf pure indica from Afghanistan was introduced into Northern California in the late 1970's. Fast flowering plants with thick stems, short internodes, and excellent production of the highest quality resin. Deep Chunk's smoke is dense and full-bodied. The aromas and flavors range from skunk to pine hash, grapefruit, chocolate or coffee. Afghan Deep Chunk has earned a solid reputation as a valuable tool in many breeding programs.
  • Tayikistan Hash Plant

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    Tajikistan Hashplant, is a landrace variety with origins in the traditional hashish extraction villages in the Pamir mountain range of Tajikistan where it has acquired great resistance to inclement weather. As with the Uzbekistan line, our first efforts were focused on eliminating the hermaphrodite characters so common in landrace populations, although the possibility of finding a "banana" if grown indoors is not completely ruled out. This landrace has similar characteristics to other traditionally cultivated hashplants such as Moroccan, Lebanese, or Turkish varieties, with the difference of the strech, which is slightly higher. Most of the specimens are homogeneous with a mostly indica taxonomy and short flowering, with aromas reminiscent of old school hashish adding hints of incense. This landrace will provide us with harvests of the highest quality after eight to nine weeks of flowering indoors and, at the latest, in early October outdoors. As a traditionally grown hashplant, it is a good option to use it for extractions, concentrates or breeding projects. Note: - Variety suitable for breeding projects / Indicated for the production or extraction of concentrates.
  • Vietnamese Mind Fuck

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    AKA Silver Leaf We rescued this variety from an old Reeferman seed pack. According to the breeder of origin, this Southeast Asian sativa grows like the Cambodian varieties rather than the Thai ones, with broad leaves that grow from this bushy plants. The seeds were originally delivered by a Vietnamese friend of the breeder who wanted to showcase the best that Vietnam had to offer. Vietnamese MindFuck grows with the classic medium-long internode sativa structure but with a wider leaf than its tropical sisters, so we suspect that its origin is in the northern areas of the country. We found two main phenotypes, the first grows with the classic sativa structure, the second is more shrubby, with a more compact and branched taxonomy. This landrace variety will reward us, after 12-14 weeks indoors or in the middle of November outdoors, with semi-compact buds loaded with an exceptionally aromatic resin. It has been successfully cultivated at 40º north. However, we recommend being attentive to the appearance of fungi given the thickness of the flowers added to the harvest time. Note: Variety suitable for breeding projects.
  • Malawi Gold

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    Our sixth generation Malawi Gold was born from the union of two Malawi Gold lines, which after several years of work we have adapted to the European climate.  It is a variety that reminds us of a Christmas tree with a clearly sativa taxonomy, with medium-long internodal distance, large plants and fine leaflets with flowery tops of semi-dense to dense structure with one of the most heady effects that we have tested. Malawi Gold blooms from 12 to 14 weeks indoors and can be harvested from early to mid-November outdoors, where it shows all its potential and resistance to diseases and fungi. Note: Variety suitable for breeding projects

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