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70% Sativa – 30% Indica

from 65 to 75 days

500 – 600 grams per m2

ACAPULCO GOLD

Starting at: €9.00

from 55 to 60 days

700 g/pl Outdoor

AFGHAN HASH PLANT REGULAR – 10 seeds

60% Sativa – 40% Indica

from 65 to 75 days

400 – 500 grams per m2

Amnesia Haze x Lemon Skunk

Amnesia Lemon

Starting at: €10.00

from 55 to 65 days

Red River Delta x Master Kush

AYAHUASCA PURPLE

Starting at: €10.00

from 55 to 60 days

Original OG x Urkel x Afghan Kusk

BAD AZZ KUSH

Starting at: €9.00

from 60 to 70 days

600-700 g/m2 Indoor | 2500-3000 g/pl Outdoor

Blueberry x Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies

Blue Gelato 41

Starting at: €12.00

from 60 to 70 days

300 – 400 grams per m2

Skunk#1 X Cheese X Siberian Ruderalis

BLUE MAMMOTH AUTO

Starting at: €34.00

20% Sativa – 80% Indica

from 55 to 65 days

400 – 500 grams per m2

Original Cheese x Blueberry

BLUEBERRY CHEESE

Starting at: €10.50

20% Sativa – 80% Indica

from 55 to 60 days

Blue Cheese X Ruderalis

BLUEBERRY CHEESE AUTO

Starting at: €9.00

70% Indica – 30% Sativa

from 55 to 60 days

600-700 gr/m2 Indoor | 1000 gr Outdoor

BlueBerry x OG Kush

BLUEBERRY OG

Starting at: €10.00

30% Sativa – 70% Indica

from 55 to 65 days

550-600 g/m2 Indoor | up to 1000 g/pl Outdoor

Afghan Kush Landrace x OG Kush

BUBBA KUSH

Starting at: €10.00

40% Sativa – 60% Indica

from 55 to 65 days

400 – 500 grams per m2

Blue Cheese x Cbd Shark

CBD BLUE SHARK

Starting at: €10.00

70% Indica – 30% Sativa

from 55 to 60 days

700/800 gr/m2 Indoor

Brazilian x Himalaya x Afghan x CBD Enriched

CBD CARAMEL REGULAR – 10 seeds

20% Sativa – 80% Indica

from 55 to 65 days

400 – 500 grams per m2

Critical Kush x CBD Enhanced

CBD CRITICAL CURE

Starting at: €10.50

60% Indica – 40% Sativa

Lemon Kush x CBD enriched Auto

CBD LEMON POTION AUTO

Starting at: €9.00

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Barney’s Farm are a group of experienced breeders that have spent the last 30 years collecting landrace genetics as well as breeding some of the most popular cup winning strains that we’ve ever seen. Some of Barney’s Farm most well-known cannabis seeds are G13 Haze, Tangerine Dream, Liberty Haze, Top Dawg, LSD and the list goes on and on. Barney’s Farm are now known for being a fantastic seed bank as well as owning and operating their chain of coffeeshops in Amsterdam that we have all known for years. Barney’s Farm say that it is their primary goal to provide the world’s cannabis seed collectors with the finest genetics, both old and new. The Barney’s Farm range of cannabis seeds is almost exclusively made up of feminised cannabis seeds and they have recently brought out a brand new range of feminised autoflowering strains, which are proving to be extremely popular.

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Official Distributor. Barney’s Farm Cannabis Seeds offers high quality cannabis seeds that had won a lot of awards and competitions throughout the years; including the famous Sweet Tooth: The winners of the Cannabis Cup 2001 were: Blue Cheese, Violator Kush, G13 Haze.

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Mary Wong –
I graduated in 1988 with my Bachelors Degree in Chemistry from the University of Sussex when the faculty was known as The School of Molecular Sciences (MOLS). I am delighted to have been accepted in 2018 as a PhD student looking at mechanomechanical synthesis for novel organic scaffolds as part of the INTERREG project. I have chosen to return to academia after a thirty year gap because I have an insatiable desire for finding answers. Now that I’m here, the process begins with asking the ‘right’ questions and each step forward is it’s own reward.

After graduating, I worked for the academic publishers, John Wiley & Sons in Chichester, as an Assistant Editor on Physical Sciences titles. There followed five happy years as an Information Officer working on the Substance Misuse Database reporting to the Department of Health. I also helped run a fanclub for a band from Wallasey, The Boo Radleys, with my husband during this time. After a hiatus resulting in two boys – now 15 and 20 – I spent thirteen years working at a local secondary school culminating as Senior Science Technician. Aside from preparing materials for class practicals, I was particularly interested in creating resources for teaching and explaining natural phenomena. These have included making emission spectra scarves and beaded laces, a felt cube ‘building block’ periodic table but the highlight was becoming a finalist in The Rolls-Royce Science Prize in 2010 with my project, ‘The Chemistry of the Planets’ which began as a crocheted set of size and mass relative planets which helped students visualise scale (see left!).

Hugo Emerit (MPhil) completed his undergraduate degree in chemistry at the University of Poitiers in France, where he’s originally from. Then he pursued in biochemistry at the University of Montpellier where he graduated his Master degree in 2018. During his last year’s internship, he discovered and started working in mechanochemistry with Dr Xavier Bantreil in Green Chemistry and Enabling Technologies team led by Dr Frédéric Lamaty. He is now a first-year PhD student part of a European project called LabFact funded by the INTERREG Programme, and based at the University of Sussex. He is working with Dr Barny Greenland and Dr Eddy Viseux, investigating the mechanosynthesis of electron acceptor compounds for electronic applications.

PhD students

Lydia Pearce carried out her master’s degree in Chemistry at the University of Reading, graduating in 2018. During that time, she worked with Professor Frantisek Hartl in collaboration with Professor Howard Colquhoun synthesising and studying novel Heterodi- and Trinuclear complexes containing a nitrogen-rich backbone as molecular wire candidates. Previously, she had a summer placement on the Seeds for the Future Programme 2017 for Huawei Technologies Co. in Beijing and Shenzhen which spiked her interest in the electronic application of chemical compounds. She is currently undertaking her PhD at the University of Sussex with Barny Greenland and Professor John Spencer investigating Supramolecular systems containing conjugated oligo(viologens) for electronic applications, following Long Chen’s fantastic findings.

Rachel Lam Started her MPhil in the Greenland group funded by INTERREG in 2020 working on continuously sanitising surfaces (more to follow!)

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Barny seeds Mary Wong – I graduated in 1988 with my Bachelors Degree in Chemistry from the University of Sussex when the faculty was known as The School of Molecular Sciences (MOLS). I am