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Jtgreen
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  • Feb 27, 2020
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  • All deals are WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! PLEASE IF YOU MAKE AN ORDER,BE PREPARED TO PAY IN AN APPROPRIATE AMOUNT OF TIME. When you make your order on the website, the price you see will not reflect the sale price ( unless otherwise stated in this email) and the price you see at check out won’t reflect the sale price. The discounted price will be applied when your invoice is sent to you from FLAVOR CREATOR or when you send in your money order!

    LOOK OUT FOR CROSSES FROM OTHER BREEDERS FROM MY PERSONAL COLLECTION LIKE JAWS, RELENTLESS, PHINEST, RIOT AND MANY MORE LISTED UNDER THE GREENLINE SEED CO TAB!

    ALL ORDERS OVER $250 WILL RECEIVE A FREE PACK OF ORANGE TREE BX FROM GREENLINE SEED CO

    Limited hard to find packs at wholesale prices!

    Thug Pug Genetics-

    Peanut Butter Crunch

    Buy 1 pack for $75

    Buy 2 packs for $135

    ( you can mix and match strains)

    ALL OTHER THUG PUG GENETICS

    Buy 2 packs for $115

    ( you can mix and match strains)

    Green Team Genetics-

    Buy 2 packs for $110

    ( you can mix and match strains)

    Biscotti Sundae crosses

    Buy 1 pack for $60

    Buy 2 packs for $115

    Each pack you buy also comes with a free pack of a randomly chosen Frozen Margy cross from Cannarado Genetics!

    Banana Sundae-$50 a pack

    Sundae Sunset-$50 a pack

    Nila Wafer-$50 a pack

    Kush Kush-$150 a pack

    Buy 2 packs for $75

    (you can mix and match as long as all strains are on the list below)

    Party Foul ( extremely limited)

    Birthday Pie ( extremely limited)

    Orange Sundae (limited)

    Uber ( extremely limited)

    Birthday Blues ( extremely limited)

    Birthday Banger ( extremely limited)

    Daily Driver ( Zkittlez x Sundae Driver) crosses *LOW STOCK *

    Buy 1 pack for $65

    Buy any 2 packs for $120

    (you can mix and match as long as all strains are Daily Driver crosses)

    Buy 1 pack for $65

    Buy any 2 packs for $120

    (you can mix and match as long as all strains are on the list below)

    Concord Crush ( low stock )

    Slap N’ Tickle ( low stock )

    Apples N’ Cream ( low stock )

    Sundae Dough ( low stock )

    Buy 1 pack for $40

    Buy 2 packs for $60

    Buy 3 packs for $80

    Buy 5 packs for $125

    Buy 10 packs for $230

    Buy 20 packs for $450

    (you can mix and match as long as all strains are on the list below)

    Sundae Struedel ( low stock )

    Back to Cookies

    Weed Nap ( extremely limited)

    Peanut Sundae ( extremely limited)

    Kitchen Sink ( extremely limited)

    Special occasion ( stock extremely low)

    Socks ( stock extremely low)

    7 sins ( extremely limited)

    Papusas ( extremely limited)

    La quinceanera ( extremely limited)

    Birthday cake s1

    Buy 2 packs for $50

    Buy 3 packs for $65

    Buy 5 packs for $105

    (you can mix and match as long as all strains are on the list below)

    Sour Sundae ( stock extremely low)

    Dubble Sundae ( stock extremely low)

    TriFi Sundae ( stock extremely low)

    Sasha ( low stock)

    Buy 2 packs for $45

    Buy 3 packs for $60

    Buy 5 packs for $95

    (you can mix and match as long as all strains are on the list below)

    Twins ( stock extremely low)

    Affy Taffy ( low stock )

    Birthday Funk ( stock extremely low)

    Altar Bread ( low stock )

    NEW JET FUEL GELATO CROSSES

    Waffle Cone ( low stock )

    Sundae Best (low stock)

    Jokerz ( low stock)

    Jet Fuel Pie ( low stock)

    High Society ( low stock)

    Gummiez ( low stock )

    Glaciers ( low stock )

    First Class Funk ( low stock )

    Life Hack ( low stock)

    Supreme Diesel ( low stock )

    Blueberry Octane ( low stock )
    THE MENTHOL CROSEES

    Buy 1 pack for $80

    CSI HUMBOLDT-
    NEW CALI O CROSSES

    Buy 2 packs- $100

    NEW DURBAN POISON S1’s NOW AVAILABLE

    Buy 1 pack for $60* PRICE REDUCED *

    Buy 2 packs for $105

    BUY 2 PACKS OF THE FOLLOWING TK CROSSES FOR $120*PRICE REDUCED*

    ( you can mix and match as long as both crosses are on the list below)

    OG KUSH x TRIANGLE KUSH ( low stock)

    GORILLA GLUE x TRIANGLE KUSH ( low)

    LEMON TREE x TRIANGLE KUSH ( low)

    Obama Kush x Triangle Kush ( low)

    TRIANGLE KUSH S1-$140 A PACK

    Buy 2 packs of Triangle Kush crosses for just $100 ( Other than the 5 crosses listed above)

    Buy 1 pack of any CSI Humboldt cross other than the Triangle Kush crosses for $60

    Buy 2 packs of any CSI Humboldt crosses other than the Triangle Kush/ Durban Poison crosses for $100

    Buy 4 packs of any CSI Humboldt crosses other than the Triangle Kush/ Durban Poison crosses for $190

    Every 2 packs of CSI gear that you buy comes with a freebie pack provided by the breeder.

    CLEARWATER GENETICS APPLE FRITTER CROSSES

    Apple Fritter s1 & Apple Tartz

    Buy 1 pack for $90

    Buy 2 packs for $175

    ( you can mix and match strains)

    Kiwi Candy, Apple Mints, The Jelly Donut, Sunset Cider, Red Delicious Gelato, The Concord Crunchberry

    Buy 1 pack for $85

    Buy 2 packs for $165

    ( you can mix and match as long as all strains are on the list above)

    Clearwater Genetics Special!!

    The following strains qualify for the following deals!

    Buy 1 pack for $40

    Buy 2 packs for $70

    Buy 3 packs for $100

    Buy 4 packs for $120

    Buy 5 packs for $135

    Buy 6 packs for $160

    Buy 8 packs for $200

    Primal Fusion ( low stock)

    White Hot Guava

    Nut Butter ( low stock)

    Banana Banshee ( low stock)

    Cowboy Lemonade ( low stock)

    Sugar Rush ( low stock)

    Sour-tini ( extremely low stock)

    Truffle Pig ( low stock )

    Morning Remedy ( low stock )

    Island Dreamsicle ( low stock)

    Bittersweet ( low stock)

    Tiki Torch ( low stock)

    All MaiTai 4 crosses not on the list above qualify for these deals below ( low stock )

    Buy 1 pack for $60

    Buy any 2 packs for $115

    Buy any 3 packs for $170

    When you buy 2 or more packs you will receive a free pack of Orange Tree f2!

    Archive Seed Bank-

    Every pack you buy from the new drop comes with a free RANDOMLY chosen pack of feminized seeds provided by the breeder!

    Archive packs on sale-

    Tahiti Lime- $120 a pack

    Southern Belle- $120 a pack

    Sugar Biscuits- $95 a pack

    King’s Stash-$100 a pack

    The Vision-$95 a pack

    Valley Vixen-$95 a pack

    Buy 1 pack for $70

    Buy 2 packs for $135

    Buy 3 packs for $190

    (you can mix and match as long as all strains are on the list below)

    Gelato 41 x Dosidos( fems) ( low stock)

    Royalty Trees ( low stock )

    Hyper Fuel ( low stock)

    Biohazard ( extremely low stock)

    Kush Mints x Dosidos

    Papaya x Moonbow #75
    LIMITED RESTOCK OF SOME OLD ARCHIVE GEAR-* Doesn’t come with freebie pack*

    GREASE MONKEY FEM AND REG CROSSES

    EVERY GREASE MONKEY HYBRID PURCHASED COMES WITH A FREE PACK OF GMO x GREASE MONKEY ( while supplies last)

    GREASE MONKEY FEM CROSSES

    Buy 1 pack for $100

    Buy 2 packs for $190

    ( You can mix and match as long as both crosses are Grease Monkey fem crosses )

    GREASE MONKEY REGULAR CROSSES

    $90 a pack, $175 for 2 packs! This is for GREASE MONKEY REGS ONLY, NOT FEMS! ( you can mix and match as long as both packs are Grease Monkey regular crosses)

    Buy 1 pack for $50

    Buy 2 packs for $95

    (you can mix and match as long as all strains are on the list below)

    Peanut butter n chocolate

    **Strawberries & Cream f2-$125 a pack**

    **Wowzers- $110 a pack**

    Buy 1 pack for $80

    Buy 2 packs for $150

    (you can mix and match as long as all strains are on the list below)

    Chocolate Orange Cream

    Greenline Seed Co-

    NEW CHERRIES & CREAM FEM CROSSES ARE IN STOCK!!

    Buy 2 packs of any Cherries & Cream fem crosses for $90

    Buy 3 packs of any Cherries & Cream fem crosses for $120

    Buy 2 packs of any Cherry Gelato crosses for just $140!!

    ( you can mix and match as long as both packs are Cherry Gelato Crosses )
    BISCOTTI PEBBLES IS BACK IN STOCK!!
    ORANGE TREE CROSSES

    Buy 1 pack for $50

    Buy 2 packs for $90

    Buy 1 pack for $60

    Buy 2 packs for $100

    FRUIT SNAX, FRUITY PEBBLES OG F2 AND ZKITTLEZ BX CROSSES

    Buy 1 pack for $45

    Buy 2 packs for $80

    Buy 4 packs for $140

    The following Sherbberry crosses are 2 packs for $100

    Guava Berry (low)

    Dosiorange 9 x Sherbberry ( low)

    Bacio Berry ( extremely low)

    Rich Berry ( low)

    Berry High C ( low)

    Big Berry ( extremely low)

    Gelatti Berry ( low)

    Biscotti Berry (low)

    Berries & Cream ( low)

    Swamp Boys Seeds-

    Buy 1 pack for $80

    Buy 2 packs for $150

    AlienAthena
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    • Feb 27, 2020
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  • Hopefully that’s the last time I have to post that

    This was in the beginning of the email but had to cut it off because of character limits

    AMAZING 48 HOUR SALE AND PRE ORDERS FOR THE NEW THUG PUG GENETICS DROP! YOU ESPECIALLY DON’T WANT TO MISS THESE APPLE FRITTER SALES, JET FUEL GELATO SALES AND THUG PUG PRE ORDER THAT IS GUARANTEED TO SELL OUT QUICKLY! ALSO, LOOK FOR LIMITED, NEAR IMPOSSIBLE PACKS FROM OUR PERSONAL VAULT FROM SOME BREEDERS WE CARRY AND SOME WE DON’T. ANY PACKS FROM BREEDERS WE DON’T CARRY WILL BE LISTED UNDER THE GREENLINE SEED CO PAGE ON THE WEBSITE! LASTLY, WE WILL BE ADDING AT LEAST 2-3 NEW BREEDERS IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS, ALONG WITH GETTING BACK TO WORKING WITH SOME WE’VE WORKED WITH IN THE PAST. ENJOY, AND DON’T REGRET NOT GRABBING SOMETHING WHEN THE OPPORTUNITY WAS THERE, IT’S NOT A GOOD FEELING. PLEASE READ THE PARAGRAPH BELOW.

    Jtgreen
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    • Feb 27, 2020
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  • Hopefully that’s the last time I have to post that

    This was in the beginning of the email but had to cut it off because of character limits

    AMAZING 48 HOUR SALE AND PRE ORDERS FOR THE NEW THUG PUG GENETICS DROP! YOU ESPECIALLY DON’T WANT TO MISS THESE APPLE FRITTER SALES, JET FUEL GELATO SALES AND THUG PUG PRE ORDER THAT IS GUARANTEED TO SELL OUT QUICKLY! ALSO, LOOK FOR LIMITED, NEAR IMPOSSIBLE PACKS FROM OUR PERSONAL VAULT FROM SOME BREEDERS WE CARRY AND SOME WE DON’T. ANY PACKS FROM BREEDERS WE DON’T CARRY WILL BE LISTED UNDER THE GREENLINE SEED CO PAGE ON THE WEBSITE! LASTLY, WE WILL BE ADDING AT LEAST 2-3 NEW BREEDERS IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS, ALONG WITH GETTING BACK TO WORKING WITH SOME WE’VE WORKED WITH IN THE PAST. ENJOY, AND DON’T REGRET NOT GRABBING SOMETHING WHEN THE OPPORTUNITY WAS THERE, IT’S NOT A GOOD FEELING. PLEASE READ THE PARAGRAPH BELOW.

    AlienAthena
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    • Mar 10, 2020
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  • All good things tend to come to an end . Just received an email that started with:

    IN CASE YOU DON’T FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM, WE MADE A POST TODAY LETTING EVERYONE KNOW, WE ARE MOST LIKELY GOING TO BE SHUTTING DOWN THE WEBSITE. THERE’S A LOT THAT’S BEEN GOING ON FOR QUITE SOME TIME NOW AND THIS WEEKEND KIND OF BROKE THE BRIDGE SO TO SPEAK. BUT UNTIL I CAN GET MY WEBSITE GUY TO TURN OFF THE WEBSITE IN A DAY OR TWO MOST LIKELY, WE ARE GOING TO LET THE FOLLOWING SALES PLAY OUT. IF YOU DON’T WANT TO GET STUCK PAYING THE CRAZY PRICES THESE OTHER SEED BANKS CHARGE, NOW WOULD BE THE TIME TO GRAB WHAT YOU CAN. I REALLY WANT YOU ALL TO KNOW HOW MUCH I APPRECIATE YOU, AND THIS DECISION HAS MORE TO DO WITH THE BREEDERS IN THE INDUSTRY THAN ANYTHING ELSE. ANYWAY, YOU REALLY DON’T WANT TO MISS THE NEW THUG PUG AND SECRET SOCIETY SEED CO DROPS AS WELL AS THESE APPLE FRITTER SALES, JET FUEL GELATO SALES, CSI HUMBOLDT SALES, GREENLINE SEED CO NEW RELEASES/ RESTOCK SALES AND THE SALES FROM ALL OF THE OTHER BREEDERS. PLEASE READ THE PARAGRAPH BELOW.

    Did they stop having sales? I haven't gotten an email in like a week

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    cheetah piss weed strain

    Cheetah Piss

    A trifecta of quality strains from Growing Passion and Cookies Fam, Cheetah Piss crosses Lemonnade, Gelato 42, and London Poundcake 97. While the name is an homage to famous old school strain Cat Piss, there isn’t much in common when it comes to the highs. As far as its terpene profile, Cheetah Piss is funky just like Cat Piss, reminding consumers of those strains with weird, uncommon qualities.

    A trifecta of quality strains from Growing Passion and Cookies Fam, Cheetah Piss crosses Lemonnade, Gelato 42, and London Poundcake 97. While the name is an homage to famous old school strain Cat Piss, there isn’t much in common when it comes to the highs. As far as its terpene profile, Cheetah Piss is funky just like Cat Piss, reminding consumers of those strains with weird, uncommon qualities.

    Cheetah Piss is a hybrid cannabis strain.

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    ms universe strain

    Sannie’s Ms Universe anyone? Sounds like the best strain ever.

    JustAnotherHead
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    Anyone grown this out. I think it’s rather new. Claims to have some phenos over 35%.

    Lineage: Dess*Tar x Space Queen F3

    Parental Information
    Our Dess*tar (Starship x Kail Mist) Mother used for this cross is a very unique sativa dominant plant with an indica structure. The Dess*tar is extremely stable and has high resistance to disease and pests.. She also has such a high THC content that it will leave a resinous film in your mouth upon exhale. her scents and flavors range from hash oil, caramel, pineapple and haze. This plant can be considered a mild psychedelic..

    The male Space Queen F3’s sweetness makes the perfect complimentary partner to the Dess*star’s overbearing potency. This male has a nice branchy structure that does not stretch as much as the SQ F2 Male used in previous crosses..

    The Dess*tar is dominant in the Ms.Universe..

    Bloom Length:
    9-10weeks.

    Phenotypes;
    All phenos are extremely greasy and resinous. There are also many shades of color that will show up in the gene pool..

    ***Very High Potency on this strain.

    Pheno #1 (40%) xmas tree structure, smells and flavors or pineapple/hashy caramel/haze with hints of berry. 9 week bloom, PM resistant, and tight inter-nodal spacing. 1x stretch..

    Pheno #2 (30%) by far the sweetest pheno, she expresses more cherry/berry than the others. slightly more indica with this pheno, but still sativa dom.. 1.5x stretch

    Pheno #3 (10%) has the most stretch and longest bloom time.. Although she is more rare, I have grown her and love her! She grows foxtails/dreadlocks towards mid/late bloom. Expect smells and flavors ranging from cherry/pineapple/haze/vanilla.. 2x stretch

    Pheno #4 (20%) identical to Pheno #1 in every way, but has mostly a hazy smell.. Very good pheno for stealth grows.

    gudkarma
    New Member

    professor p is (imo) a super farmer & asset to the community. most of y’all just dont know.

    if im not mistaken he worked on a few freebie for sannie. maybe even the mad shack im playing with now (fastest rooter in the history of cut taking by the way).

    however there are no claims of 30%+ thc . he notes 20% . you get a big fat >F

    hazey grapes
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    i like kali mist a lot and offered to buy an eigth for $120 when i blazed it, but after growing my own, it’s not even in my top 3 strains. the speedy and clear headed buzz isn’t as fun as more balanced strains that have higher psychoactivity and that you can chill to tunes or movies etc. on. the buzz is just too specific. i was a little disappointed that i couldn’t get the “is it live or is it memorex?” effect on the tunes i couldn’t sit still long enough to enjoy and instead cleaned house on kali. i do love it’s spicy flavor though.

    C99 (at least joey weed’s discontinued version) has a very similar buzz in a much ore indoor friendly strain.

    i have no experience with the other strain, but i would only grow KM (i still have 1 bean) if i had more balanced gear too or wanted to loose 100 pounds in a week. LOL

    trippier haze skunk is a much more 24/7 friendly buzz and the psycoactivity makes stuff stimulate your senses in a way KM is too clearheaded to do. i think of it as 100% work & activities weed

    homebrewer
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    GHOPZZ
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    hazey grapes
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    actually, kali mist USED TO BE 87.5% sativa, but now it’s 75% as they’ve re-crossed it around 2003.

    i’m DEFINITELY not into even a little couchlock. i’m not a fan of the lead eye in haze skunk, but that’s all it amounts to and it’s overwhelmed by the motivational bent of the strain. i’m talking about more energy neutral strains. not all sativas are racy, far from it. actually, columbian gold was probably stonier than haze skunk as i remember taking vacations from it every month when it would stop getting me high and would get seriously couchlocked on it after a day of wake & bake where the haze skunk never put me to sleep and even after a month of it building in my system, maintained a nice 24/7 mild permabuzz.

    i loved chilling out to tunes on columbian gold, especially something weird that i’ve never heard before. kali mist wasn’t hearing it. it was too mind racuyy for me to be able to even concentrate on and was much happier cleaning house whilst trying to unify newtonian physics with relativity whilst happily humming don’t worry be happy. it’s an awesome buzz for sure, but NOT what you want to watch a laugh your ass off stupid movie on. it doesn’t have the psychoactivity to give blockbusters the same “WOW!” factor either. i’d only smoke original kali mist when sitting down and chilling are the last thing i want to do.

    as much as i used to like chilling to movies & music on columbian gold, i also used to like going out dancing on it until i got dehydrated. THAT is what i call a balanced 24/7 buzz. not too racy and definitely not too stony. i can’t stand being impaired by indicas. “thou shalt not attempt reaching for the remote control!” is the opposite of fun.

    there are tons of variables in a buzz besides energy level and psychoactivity. euphoria, confusion, creativity, sociability, heightened senses, munchies, paranoia, and jitters etc. i was just reminded of a PARTICULAR body effect from sativas someone else was experiencing that i always called “rubber head”. once you get away from strains that are nothing but stoney, there’s a wide world of strains with different personalities.

    BTW, after going back and re-reading the cross’ description including mention of some psychoactivity, it sounds like it would be funner & more balanced than kali mist for everything ELSE besides activities. a little bit of mellow in a buzz isn’t a bad thing, but afghani in particular tends to dominate like it does in stony skunk #1 where 8 miles high is supposed to be a 50:50, but has absolutely no couchlock OR raciness. no impact on energy at all leaving you with nothing but playful euphoria and motivation to seek fun. i’m totally down with THAT. getting stoned on skunk #1 or blueberry? nah uh

    Anyone grown this out. I think it's rather new. Claims to have some phenos over 35%!!! http://www.sanniesshop.com/ms.universe.html?currency=USD…

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    orange kush strain

    Orange kush strain

    Its really useful and amazing. It helps me get shit done.

    Any strain with Kush in it’s name is generally going to have an earthy,hashy taste (Hindu Kush. mountain terrain indica plants)with whatever it’s crossed with..This case Cali Orange Bud a sativa leaning pheno of Skunk #1 that isn’t citrusy. it’s orange/tangerine tasting. It def is indica dominant and like any Kush will eventually Knock you out..If you want more of the uplifting creative effects micro dose and wait 30-45 min. Also growers all have their own techniques so not all bud is equal. My Orange Kush is so luscious and tasty it smells of sunny delight and traditional Kush funk. Perfect for after dinner sesh to send you to la la land. My pics are the two iced out best pics by miles on here. They are just #drippy. And anyone who get’s paranoid try smoking less, eating something and wait. If still paranoid CBD gummies, pebbles, will get rid of any weird feelings with in 15 min. I take 10mg to offset a vibe i’m not vibing with.

    The sativa genes of OG Kush and the indica genes of Orange Bud were blended to form Orange Kush, allegedly an indica-dominant hybrid (reports on the sativa/indica ratio of this strain are unreliable at best). The flavor is tangy and citrusy while the smell has strong, sweet notes of orange. The b…

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    Columbines brighten both sides of my shady, front-yard path. The little congregation on one side came as plants from a catalog, while those on the other were nurtured, by me, from a palmful of shiny, black seeds to a drift of long-spurred flowers. Guess which ones give me the most satisfaction? Maternal pride isn’t the only reward that I get from starting seeds. I’ve also gained a greener thumb and a fatter wallet—a packet of seeds provides 20 or more plants for the price of a single potted plant.

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    For the best results, consider the plant’s natural habitat

    Many seeds are simple to grow. Scratch up a patch of open soil, scatter the seeds, and there you go. But other seeds will do best under more controlled conditions, or with special treatment that mimics the conditions of their native habitats.

    The seeds of many plants that are native to regions with cold winters, for example, germinate most readily after a period of moist chilling in a dark place. In the wild, that’s what winter provides them. It’d be wasted energy—and very anti-Darwinian—if the seeds sprouted in late summer or fall only to be laid low by winter cold. Instead, they wait out the inhospitable winter. During the seeds’ deep sleep, their seed coats soften, until the warmth and moisture of spring make them explode into growth.

    For other seeds, especially many desert dwellers, a period of rain (or synthesized rain, a.k.a. the garden hose or a good overnight soak) may be all that is necessary to burst that seed coat wide open.

    On the other hand, more extreme treatment may be necessary to get the most out of wildflowers from hot places. In the Southwest, it can be fire that turns the key. I had a lot of trouble getting Texas bluebonnets (Lupinus texensis) to sprout with abandon until one year when a kitchen fire scorched an envelope of seeds. That’s the end of them, I thought, tossing the charred seeds out on the bank. Naturally, every last one sprouted into a vigorous, healthy plant.

    How do you know which seed needs what? Read the package, for starters. The information that is crammed onto the back of a seed packet is like having a plant encyclopedia at your fingertips. Planting dates, time until bloom, instructions, special needs—it’s all there, even if you do need a magnifying glass to read it.

    When seeds are harvested commercially, they don’t get to experience the natural cycle of the seasons—the cold, the heat, the rain—and they may need to be tricked into growth. Here are three easy techniques that will fool just about any reluctant seed.

    Speed sprouting by presoaking seeds

    Presoaking is my number one secret for success in starting seeds. This simple procedure exposes the seed embryo to moisture, which is the primary impetus for making it grow. I pour hot tap water into a shallow container, empty a packet of seeds into the water, spread them out, and let them stand for up to 24 hours. Soak the seeds for any longer and they might rot. The seeds swell as water penetrates the seed coat and the embryo inside begins to plump up.

    I presoak just about everything except for the tiniest seeds. But I’m always careful not to presoak my seeds until the night before planting them in pots or in the garden. Once the seeds have swollen, get them into moist soil immediately, then keep them wellwatered until they’re up and growing. This simple technique can shave several days off the usual germination time.

    The other two techniques that are sometimes needed to break the dormancy of stubborn seeds have names so big that they frighten many gardeners off: stratification and scarification. But these are just fifty-dollar words that describe simple techniques.

    Some seeds need moist cold; others need nicking

    “Stratification” means supplying a period of moist cold to trick seeds into thinking that they’re experiencing winter. If you’re sowing indoors in spring, presoak the seeds, then place them in a zip-top, plastic, sandwich-size bag filled halfway with moist, seed-starting medium. Top off the seeds with another inch of moist medium, and then put the bag in an undisturbed corner of the refrigerator (at 34°F to 41°F). Check weekly for signs of germination. When the seeds begin to sprout roots, carefully transfer them to pots, fishing each seedling out of the bag with a spoon to keep soil around the new roots and to avoid disturbing delicate new growth. Then, care for them as you would any other seedlings.

    Seeds that require cold treatment can also be planted outdoors in fall or stored in a refrigerator through fall and winter, and then, in spring, planted in pots and started indoors or out. For outdoor seed starting in fall or winter, plant the seeds in pots as usual, but spread a thin layer of very fine gravel over the top of each pot so the soil won’t get washed out by rains. Washed, natural- colored (undyed) aquarium gravel works well. Wherever you overwinter the pots—in a cold frame or against the wall of a garage—make a level layer of moist sand. Bury the pots to their rims, keeping them close together. This insulates them from severe cold and prevents them from tipping over and spilling. When seeds germinate, move the pots to a sheltered nursery area.

    The third process, “scarification,” means nicking the seed coat with a knife or sandpaper so that life-giving moisture can reach the seed’s embryo. If a seed is big, and I can’t dent it with a fingernail, I give it the knife. A small, sharp, pocketknife blade or a rat-tail file is ideal. Don’t go at it too zealously; you need to remove only a very small slice or section of seed coat. You can also line a jar with a sheet of sandpaper cut to fit, screw on the lid, and shake the jar like a maraca until the seed coats are abraded. Scarify seeds just before planting. Seeds nicked too long before planting may dry out and be worthless when they finally reach the soil.

    It’s easy to care for seeds planted in pots

    I plant most of my seeds—especially slow-growing perennials and annuals— in pots. It’s easier to care for the seedlings and there’s no weeding. You can identify a slow-starting plant by checking the seed packet. If it advises starting the seeds indoors 8 to 10 weeks before the last frost date, you have a slow starter.

    Traditional advice is to plant seeds thickly in a flat or tray, then “prick out” individual seedlings for repotting into larger containers. But I prefer to start just a few seeds in 2-1/4-inch or larger pots, eliminating the need for transplanting altogether. I thin the emerging seedlings with scissors or just plant the whole cluster in the garden.

    Soilless mixes help prevent seedling disease

    I use a commercial “soilless” seed-starting mix—a blend of milled sphagnum moss, vermiculite, and other sterilized components—so I rarely have trouble with damping-off disease, a fungal problem that causes seedlings to wither and die. To prepare for planting, I pour all but a small portion of the mix into a large bowl and moisten it thoroughly with warm water. Next I fill the containers—plastic pots saved from my periodic nursery buying sprees—to ½ inch below the rim and gently pack the medium to eliminate air pockets. Containers recycled from previous uses should be first sterilized by soaking in a solution of one part bleach and nine parts water.

    When the pots are ready, I snip off a corner of the seed packet (or its interior glassine envelope of seeds) and carefully shake three or four seeds into each pot, allowing at least ½ inch between each of them. The tiniest seeds can slide out too quickly so, for better control, I fold a small piece of stiff white paper in half, pour the seeds into the strip, and dole them out by lightly tapping the paper strip. If the seeds are large enough to easily see, I use my fingertip (making sure it’s dry so seeds don’t adhere to it) to push each seed gently against the moist, soilless mix, so it makes good contact. Instead of burying the seeds, I use a sieve to cover them with a thin layer of the reserved seed-starting mix. If the seeds require light to germinate, I don’t cover them at all. I then make a label with the plant’s name and date, and push the marker into the pot so that it doesn’t protrude above the rim.

    If I expect the seeds to germinate within a few days or weeks, I cover the pots with a sheet of plastic wrap, glass, or clear plastic to preserve moisture, and check daily. When sprouts appear, I remove the covering. I start a lot of seeds, and don’t worry about providing them with bottom heat to speed germination—I just try to keep things simple. If the seeds are likely to take a long time to germinate—some stratified seeds may spend months in a pot before sprouting—I don’t bother covering them and just take care to keep the soil moist.

    Once the pots are planted, I set them on a cookie sheet or other shallow tray for easy transport to a cold frame or other seed-starting area. The trays also make bottom watering easier. It’s important to keep the seed-starting medium moist to speed germination; I use a very fine mist to water the pots from above, or pour water into the tray and let the pots soak it up from the bottom.

    Photo/Illustration: Scott Phillips

    Young sprouts need light and a little fertilizer

    Since seedlings need light, I place trays of pots on south- or east-facing windowsills. I’ve started as many as 800 pots of seedlings in a season, so windowsill space can be gone before all the pots are placed. If that happens, I move to the basement, or anywhere else indoors, and rig shop lights with fluorescent tubes. Some books recommend tubes that emit specific kinds of light, but standard inexpensive fluorescent tubes also work well. To keep the light source close to the seedlings, I mount the lights on chains so they can be easily moved up or down. Seedlings need 12-16 hours of artificial light daily. As for temperatures, room temperatures in the mid-60s are adequate for young seedlings. Warmer temperatures would be fine too. If I’ve sown the seeds in pots outdoors in or out of a cold frame, I don’t worry about providing additional light or fret about the temperature.

    After seedlings emerge, I use a watersoluble fertilizer weekly to encourage growth. Fish emulsion or any type of fertilizer will work, but I use Peters or Miracle Gro. If the label doesn’t recommend a strength for seedlings, I mix at the ratio recommended for container plants. If the directions specify “outdoor plants” or “indoor plants,” I follow the recommendations for indoor plants. If there is only a recommendation for outdoor use, I cut the amount of fertilizer in half. For my fertilizers of choice, that is about 1 teaspoon per gallon of water.

    Toughen up seedlings, then plant them in the garden

    As soon as the seedlings have two or three pairs of true leaves, they’re ready to go out to the garden. But before pampered seedlings go out into the big, wide world, they need toughening up. The aim is to gradually acclimatize plants raised indoors to the rigors of outdoor life. Without this step, known as “hardening off,” tender plant tissues may be damaged by the unaccustomed stresses of sun, wind, and weather.

    Begin by moving the seedlings outside to a shady spot protected from the wind and leaving them there for no longer than a couple of hours on the first day. Gradually lengthen their outdoor stays and move the plants into a sunnier spot, if that’s the exposure that they will eventually be planted in. After a week or so, the plants should be ready to go in the ground. A drizzly, gray day is perfect for transplanting—plants will be protected from the desiccating effect of the sun and the moisture will help them settle in quickly. If the weather won’t cooperate, plant late in the afternoon so seedlings get their start in the cool of the evening.

    Water your plants well before transplanting them, and water the garden soil until it’s well-moistened but not sopping wet. Slide the plants out of their pots and into place, firm the soil around each with your fingers, and water with a fine mist. Be sure to keep the soil moist until the plants start growing well.

    Make a seedbed for sowing seeds in the garden

    Most annuals, and perennials that bloom the first year from seed, are easy to grow from seed sown in place in the garden. They sprout fast and grow quickly, so that you don’t have to spend much time separating husky weed seedlings from puny flower seedlings. If plants can’t hold their own until I get around to pulling weeds, I plant them in pots.

    Once you’ve chosen a spot that suits the plant’s needs, clear away any existing vegetation and loosen the soil to at least one shovel’s depth. Spread a 2- to 4-inch layer of organic matter—such as compost or aged manure—atop the loosened soil, then work it in thoroughly with a hoe so that the soil texture is light and moisture-retentive. Rake the surface to a fine texture, breaking up any lumps with your hand. If you are planting annuals or biennials among existing plants in a perennial garden, use hand tools to prepare a small seedbed that won’t disturb the roots of neighboring plants.

    Scatter seeds directly onto the prepared soil. Be sparing: try to space small seeds at least 14 inch apart, and larger seeds, like purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) or nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus), ½ to 1 inch apart. Then, rake a thin layer of soil over the seedbed. In tight spaces, just scatter a few handfuls of fine soil over the seeds. Use weather-proof labels to mark the seedbeds. Lastly, water with a fine mist. It’s vital to keep the soil moist while the seeds germinate and until the seedlings are established.

    Many seeds are simple to grow. Scratch up a patch of open soil, scatter the seeds, and there you go. But other seeds will do best under more controlled conditions, or with special treatment that mimics the conditions of their native habitats.

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    What strains are the most potent?

    #1 interdimensionalbeing

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  • What is the general consensus on which shroom strains are the strongest/most potent?

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  • any of the Mexicana Psilocybe strains are very potent and it seems they may also be the most mystical. In terms of highest active content that honor belongs to the wood lovers. Psilocybe Subaerugrinosa is number one followed very closely by Psilocybe Azurescens then Psilocybe Cyanescens (these wood lovers all store very well when cracker dry) then Psilocybe Semilanceata (known as Liberty Caps) when fresh have a very similar active balance to the Azurescens. After that you have the other wood lovers like Psilocybe Allenii and Psilocybe Serbica and Psilocybe Ovoideocystidiata (which are spring fruiting).

    I think that these mushrooms are like major league teams in that even the lowest in the standings can on a good day with a responsive and connected mind take you to other worlds. I have left many off of the list but of the previously listed mushrooms none are more wide spread on earth than The Liberty Cap and I think they deserve mention as a very special active mushroom. The above mushrooms are roughly 2 – 3 times as potent as P. Cubensis which are what one usually finds for sale commercially on the street so please take due care. Also worth mentioning is that the above wood lovers only fruit for the most part once a year in the fall. P. Ovoids are the exception and given the right conditions can fruit twice a year but this is not the norm. I am just learning about these mushrooms myself and I am sure that there will be lots of input from more experienced members here. I believe that the information provided here provides you with the types of mushrooms which are in the top rankings so far as active contents go.

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    Persephone the Wanderer

    “Persephone the Wanderer” from Averno by Louise Glück. Copyright © 2006 by Louise Glück. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, LLC.

    The author of numerous collections of poetry, Louise Glück is the recipient of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature, served as a Chancellor for the Academy of American Poets, and twas the Library of Congress’s poet laureate consultant in poetry.

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    Vespers

    A Myth of Devotion

    When Hades decided he loved this girl
    he built for her a duplicate of earth,
    everything the same, down to the meadow,
    but with a bed added.

    Everything the same, including sunlight,
    because it would be hard on a young girl
    to go so quickly from bright light to utter darkness

    Gradually, he thought, he’d introduce the night,
    first as the shadows of fluttering leaves.
    Then moon, then stars. Then no moon, no stars.
    Let Persephone get used to it slowly.
    In the end, he thought, she’d find it comforting.

    A replica of earth
    except there was love here.
    Doesn’t everyone want love?

    He waited many years,
    building a world, watching
    Persephone in the meadow.
    Persephone, a smeller, a taster.
    If you have one appetite, he thought,
    you have them all.

    Doesn’t everyone want to feel in the night
    the beloved body, compass, polestar,
    to hear the quiet breathing that says
    I am alive, that means also
    you are alive, because you hear me,
    you are here with me. And when one turns,
    the other turns—

    That’s what he felt, the lord of darkness,
    looking at the world he had
    constructed for Persephone. It never crossed his mind
    that there’d be no more smelling here,
    certainly no more eating.

    Guilt? Terror? The fear of love?
    These things he couldn’t imagine;
    no lover ever imagines them.

    He dreams, he wonders what to call this place.
    First he thinks: The New Hell. Then: The Garden.
    In the end, he decides to name it
    Persephone’s Girlhood.

    A soft light rising above the level meadow,
    behind the bed. He takes her in his arms.
    He wants to say I love you, nothing can hurt you

    but he thinks
    this is a lie, so he says in the end
    you’re dead, nothing can hurt you
    which seems to him
    a more promising beginning, more true.

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    sour banana strain

    Sour Banana

    breed by The Plug Seedbank

    Here you can find all info about Sour Banana from The Plug Seedbank. If you are searching for information about Sour Banana from The Plug Seedbank, check out our Basic Infos, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Sour Banana Strains (±6) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

    Basic / Breeders Info

    Sour Banana is a mostly sativa variety from The Plug and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±67 days ) and outdoors . The Plugs Sour Banana is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

    The Plugs Sour Banana Description

    Two amazing classic strains the gas fuel type pheno of AJ SOUR D crossed with the STRAWBERRY BANANA CREAM BY KARMA GENETICS makes this taste truly unique, this is such as stable and great plant to grow with big tight cola buds and solid dense structure making life easy for all growers .

    This fast-acting strain delivers energising , dreamy cerebral effects that have pushed Sour Diesel to its legendary status. Stress, pain, and depression fade away in long-lasting relief that makes Sour Diesel a top choice among medical patients.

    GENETICS: STRAWBERRY BANANA CREAM X SOUR DIESEL
    CONTENT: 70% SATIVA / 30 % INDICA
    FLOWER TIME: 9 – 10 WEEKS
    YIELD: 500M2 – 600M2

    Sour Banana Lineage / Genealogy

    • Sour Banana »»» Strawberry Banana Cream x Sour Diesel AJ cut
    • Strawberry Banana Cream
      • »»» Strawberry Banana x White OG V2.0
      • Strawberry Banana
        • »»» Banana Kush x Bubble Gum Strawberry pheno
        • Banana Kush
          • »»» Ghost OG x
          • Skunk x Haze
            • Skunk
              • Skunk #1
                • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
                • Afghanistan »»» Indica
                • Mexico »»» Sativa
                • Colombia »»» Sativa
            • Haze
              • »»» Mexico x Colombia x Thailand x India
              • Mexico »»» Sativa
              • Colombia »»» Sativa
              • Thailand »»» Sativa
              • India »»» Sativa
          • Ghost OG
            • OG Kush Ghost cut Probably
              • »»» Chemdawg x Probably
              • Lemon Thai x Hindu Kush, Pakistan
                • Lemon Thai »»» Sativa
                • Hindu Kush, Pakistan »»» Indica
              • Chemdawg
                • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
        • Bubble Gum Strawberry pheno
          • Bubblegum
            • Indiana Bubblegum
              • USA, Unknown Hybrid »»» Mostly Indica
      • White OG V2.0
        • »»» The White x Triple Kush
        • The White
          • Unknown Hybrid »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
        • Triple Kush
          • »»» White Fire #6 x SFV OG Kush BX2
          • White Fire #6
            • »»» Fire Kush x The White
            • Fire Kush
              • OG Kush Fire cut (specified above)
            • The White (specified above)
          • SFV OG Kush BX2
            • »»» SFV OG x SFV OG Kush
            • SFV OG
              • OG Kush SFV Cut (specified above)
            • SFV OG Kush
              • »»» SFV OG x Afghani #1
              • SFV OG (specified above)
              • Afghani #1
                • »»» Afghanistan x Afghanistan
                • Afghanistan »»» Indica
                • Afghanistan »»» Indica
    • Sour Diesel AJ cut
      • »»» Original Diesel x DNL
      • Original Diesel
        • »»» Chemdawg x
        • MassSuperSkunk x SensiNL
          • MassSuperSkunk
            • Super Skunk Probably
              • »»» Skunk #1 x Afghanistan
              • Skunk #1
                • Skunk #1
                  • Skunk #1 (specified above)
              • Afghanistan »»» Indica
          • SensiNL
            • »»» NL #1 x NL #2 x NL #5
            • NL #1 IBL
              • Afghanistan »»» Indica
            • NL #2
              • Northern Lights
                • Afghanistan Indica Probably »»» Indica
            • NL #5
              • USA, Kalifornien »»» Mostly Indica
        • Chemdawg (specified above)
      • DNL
        • »»» x Northern Lights
        • RFK Skunk x Hawaiian
          • RFK Skunk
            • Unknown Skunk (specified above)
          • Hawaiian »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
        • Northern Lights (specified above)

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    Top HIGH YIELD Strains List: Indoor & Outdoor Seeds

    The highest yielding strains to grow indoors and outdoors from seed. High yield cannabis seeds list of the most productive strains for easy, heavy harvests.

    Highest Yielding Indoor Strains

    Big Bud

    The definitive cash crop strain. Big Bud is a multi-award winning high yield marijuana strain created from Afghani, Skunk #1 and Northern Lights genetics preserved to this day by Sensi Seeds.

    🌿 The responsive plants stay at a medium height indoors and really pack on the extra weight during flowering. Best grown in a warm dry climate if cultivated outdoors.

    ⚖️ Big Bud is the most well-known high yield weed strain since the eighties. Its huge buds gain too much weight to hold themselves up, so they must be supported.

    🍧 Subtle, sweet and hashy flavors. With drowsiness, red eyes, munchies, Big Bud’s effects are the typical couch-lock indica.

    👍 Also good for breeders, Grand Daddy Purp is a prime example of using Big Bud genetics to increase the yields of purple weed strains.

    Flowering Time 8–9 weeks
    Seed Breeder Sensi Seeds
    Pack Size 3/5/10/25 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 500–600 g/m2

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    Critical Mass

    Originating from a similar lineage as Big Bud, Critical Mass is a renowned mass production plant by Mr Nice that delivers high yields of potent, dank bud.

    🌿 Easy to grow and easy to clone, the typically indica weed plants stay short and wide. Adapts well to almost any situation.

    ⚖️ Among the heaviest yielding marijuana seeds on the market, this fast flowering strain forms huge “donkey dick” colas. Due to their extreme density, they are sensitive to moisture near maturation.

    🍧 Skunky, lemony buds with a slight sour undertone. The effect is strong in the body and thought provoking.

    👍 Critical Mass is a top breed high yield strain to grow indoors.

    Flowering Time 45–55 days
    Seed Breeder Mr Nice, ILGM
    Pack Size 5/10/18/20 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 675–750 g/m2
    Outdoors: 500–600 g/plant

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    Chronic

    Chronic is Serious Seeds Co.’s most commercial strain available. Winner of 7 awards, Chronic is a crossbreed of Northern Lights, Skunk x Northern Lights and AK-47.

    🌿 The medium height plants like to grow into single huge central colas with few side branches, they do not respond well to topping. Preferred growth is indoor, or outdoors in dry climates.

    ⚖️ Yields indoors are high at up to 650 g/m2, Chronic makes big beefy resinous buds with lots of potent sugar leaf.

    🍧 Sweet flavors with a subtle fragrance that improves with curing. Strong relaxing high.

    👍 Chronic’s dank frosty nuggets have a nice bag appeal.

    Flowering Time 8–9 weeks
    Seed Breeder Serious Seeds
    Pack Size 6/11 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 450–650 g/m2
    Outdoors: 600 g/plant

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    Industrial Plant

    Named for its heavy “industrial strength” bud production, Industrial Plant dates back to the seventies when this strain was created by crossing a high yield Afghani indica to a Thai sativa strain.

    🌿 Compact, vigorous plants that are easy to grow in most climates. Industrial Plant is the fastest and most productive variety in Dinafem’s collection.

    ⚖️ Yields commercial quantities of huge dense buds packed with resin in just 6 to 7 weeks of flowering. The harvest weight may be improved by using SOG or SCROG techniques.

    🍧 Fresh pine with hints of citrus and black pepper. The flavor of Industrial Plant buds is similar to Skunk, with a powerful balanced indica and sativa high.

    👍 Easy to grow high yield strain for indoors and outdoors.

    Flowering Time 6–7 weeks
    Seed Breeder Dinafem
    Pack Size 1/3/5/10 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 625 g/m2
    Outdoors: 1+ kg/plant

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    Black Sugar

    Black Sugar is a hardy indica strain bred using a combination of Black Domina, LA OG and Critical genetics. Sold by Seedsman, this variety features speedy growth, good production and high 20% THC content.

    🌿 Grows into a short stature bushy plant with minimal branching. Black Sugar soaks up the light and responds well to bud food.

    ⚖️ Its rock hard colas bring in excellent yields up to 600 g/m2 when grown indoors. Finishes quick. Outdoors plants can yield a few pounds.

    🍧 Intensely fruity pungent aroma, the dense indica buds are covered in crystals. A potent relaxing physical high.

    👍 Stocky plants with nice yields of the sticky icky.

    Flowering Time 50–55 days
    Seed Breeder Seedsman
    Pack Size 1/3/5/10/100 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 600 g/m2
    Outdoors: 800 g/plant

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    White Widow x Big Bud

    One of the best selling high yield cannabis seed strains of all time, White Widow x Big Bud is a massive producer of insanely resinous, rock hard, stinky buds.

    🌿 It doesn’t get much higher than 3 feet tall. White Widow x Big Bud is a tight, compact plant with thick stalks, easily cultivated in grow tents for weed.

    ⚖️ This heavy-feeding strain appreciates maximum light and a hearty diet of nutrients. Cropping and training methods are used indoors to maximize returns. Outdoor growing is possible in dry climates.

    🍧 Widowy sweet, skunky buds. Knockout stone, White Widow x Big Bud gives a typically indica narcotic high.

    👍 Tremendous yields of high-quality indica-dominant buds dripping in resin.

    Flowering Time 7–8 weeks
    Seed Breeder Female Seeds
    Pack Size 4/10 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 500–600 g/m2

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    Power Plant

    Power Plant is another classic marijuana strain that still brings in top quality high yields. It’s an award-winning hybrid of South African landrace strains developed by Dutch Passion in the nineties.

    🌿 With its roots in Africa, this stable breeding strain grows best in warm areas and indoors, where it stays 3 to 5 feet tall. Suitable for LST (low stress training) to increase yields.

    ⚖️ Heavy production of thick colas packed with dense, elongated buds. Large calyxes and a high bud-to-leaf ratio. In just two months of flowering, Power Plant is ready to cut.

    🍧 Sweet orange and spicy buds with a balanced high good for both daytime and nighttime tokers.

    👍 A mold resistant strain, Power Plant is also a great choice for outdoor growing in humid areas.

    Flowering Time 8–9 weeks
    Seed Breeder Dutch Passion
    Pack Size 1/3/5/10/100 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 500–600 g/m2
    Outdoors: High

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    Northern Lights x Big Bud

    Northern Lights x Big Bud is one of the highest yielding strains to grow indoors, made by crossing two famous heavy yielding cannabis strains—Northern Lights and Big Bud. This nearly pure-indica hybrid grows more like a sativa while still having the fast flowering time of an indica.

    🌿 Grows best indoors. The plants develop very thick stems and lush dark green leaves. Resistant to drought. It can be grown outdoors in dry climates.

    ⚖️ Heavy harvests that may be increased by topping early for multiple colas. Northern Lights x Big Bud stacks on the density in a bush formation. The end product weighs out heavy on weed scales.

    🍧 A very skunky strain with tones of grapefruit. The buds of Northern Lights x Big Bud have a very strong odor.

    👍 Fast finishing, easy to grow strain. Responds well to pruning and LST.

    Flowering Time 55 days
    Seed Breeder World of Seeds
    Pack Size 3/7/10 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 500–600 g/m2
    Outdoors: 1+ kg/plant

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    Master Kush x Skunk

    Master Kush x Skunk is a versatile high yielding weed strain bred by Mr Nice that combines two very influential and productive varieties.

    🌿 Growing well both indoors and outdoors, this reliable strain looks similar to other hybrids with predominantly Afghani genetics. The stout plants respond well to heavy feeding.

    ⚖️ Trellising or other support can help prevent the branches from snapping, which will droop from the weight of the big heavy buds. Master Kush x Skunk yields well indoors up to 600 g/m2 while also being a rewarding outdoor strain to grow.

    🍧 Kushy, sweet aroma. These rock hard buds give a potent, stoney high.

    👍 High bud-to-leaf ratio, high resin content and superb density.

    Flowering Time 7–9 weeks
    Seed Breeder Mr Nice
    Pack Size 18 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 500–600 g/m2
    Outdoors: 450+ g/plant

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    Super Silver Haze

    The “King of Sativas”, Super Silver Haze rose to fame by winning three consecutive High Times Cannabis Cups in 1997, 1998 & 1999. Bred by Nevil Schoenmakers and Shantibaba, this sativa-dominant hybrid consists of Original Haze, Northern Lights #5 and Skunk #1 genetics.

    🌿 Super Silver Haze is a slightly finicky sativa strain that is sensitive to overfeeding and can get rather unwieldy and tall if allowed to. Not recommended for novice growers.

    ⚖️ A good production plant especially when cultivated using powerful grow lights for weed combined with SCROG or LST. The giant colas weigh out heavy finished indoors and outdoors over 2 kilos per plant is possible.

    🍧 Skunky, spicy and citrusy buds. The taste is sweet and gives a psychoactive energetic effect.

    👍 Super Silver Haze is a real connoisseur quality sativa strain to grow from seed.

    Flowering Time 8–10 weeks
    Seed Breeder Mr Nice, ILGM
    Pack Size 5/10/18 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 450–550 g/m2
    Outdoors: 2+ kilo plant

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    Highest Yielding Outdoor Strains

    Pineapple Haze

    Pineapple Haze is a big-yielding mostly sativa strain that comes from Afghan x Skunk, crossed to Haze. One of the most productive cannabis varieties, it especially thrives when grown outdoors.

    🌿 These giant plants grow fast and will at least double in size during flowering—potentially reaching a height in excess of 5 meters tall.

    ⚖️ Huge yields of kilos per plant. Its huge colas are resistant to mold and mildew. Ready to harvest by the end of September thru October.

    🍧 High quality sticky, fruity sativa buds. A strong head hitter with creative effects.

    👍 Pineapple Haze is an easy-growing high yield strain both indoors and outdoors from seed.

    Flowering Time 9–12 weeks
    Seed Breeder Barney’s Farm, ILGM
    Pack Size 5/10/20 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 600–700 g/m2
    Outdoors: 2+ kg/plant

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    Blue Dream

    Blue Dream is a well-known American high yield sativa strain cross between Blueberry and Haze. One of the most profitable cannabis strains for West Coast outdoor growers, Blue Dream quickly gained mass popularity across the nation.

    🌿 A very strong and fast-growing plant, the hybrid vigor present in Blue Dream pushes the plants up quick with more stretch to come during flowering. Luckily, the branches fill in thick with buds

    ⚖️ Yields of over 10 pounds per plant outdoors, this strain grows as big as a tree. Indoors it may be flowered early to stay more manageable.

    🍧 The tastes and aroma of Blue Dream is smooth and sweet, very light on the lungs and straight to the dome. Effects are balanced speedy sativa high with indica body kick.

    👍 Easy to grow and easy to get rid of, Blue Dream ranks in as the best selling high yield strain for sale at marijuana seed banks.

    Flowering Time 65–70 days
    Seed Breeder Seedsman
    Pack Size 1/3/5/10/100 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 350–500 g/m2
    Outdoors: 2+ kg/plant

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    Mango Haze

    Mango Haze by Mr Nice is a mostly sativa hybrid comprised of Northern Lights, Skunk and Haze genetics. With a high 23% THC content and distinct mango aroma, Mango Haze is a productive connoisseur sativa.

    🌿 A tall-growing strain, Mango Haze may be flowered early indoors to control the excessive stretch. Outdoor growers can start in the spring to get large bushes.

    ⚖️ In the ground, Mango Haze plants will go until late October or November, producing over 2 kilos each. Yield is also high indoors at over 550 g/m2.

    🍧 Tropical fruity sativa buds with creative, cerebral and motivating effects perfect for all-day smokers.

    👍 Good high yield marijuana seeds by Mr Nice seedbank.

    Flowering Time 8–11 weeks
    Seed Breeder Mr Nice
    Pack Size 18 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 550+ g/m2
    Outdoors: 2+ kg/plant

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    Super Skunk

    Super Skunk is an indica hybrid made from back-crossing Skunk #1 with an Afghani. Its yields have been pumped up while still retaining the Skunk’s ultimate stench. First released in 1990, Super Skunk won the mostly indica High Times Cannabis Cup immediately that year.

    🌿 Considered one of the first next-generation hybrids bred from Skunk #1, Super Skunk’s performance remains among the best marijuana strains in 2021. The vibrant plants grow well in most cultivation setups including hydroponics, indoors, and outdoors.

    ⚖️ A quick-finishing strain that develops colossal, frosty colas, Super Skunk uses lots of light and nutrients for its bulky buds that give outdoor growers more than 2 kilos per plant and indoors, up to 700 g/m2.

    🍧 Very stinky flavor. Skunk strains get their name from the extremely pungent odor of the buds.

    👍 For those who want that stanky stank, Super Skunk is the high yield strain to grow.

    Flowering Time 7–8 weeks
    Seed Breeder Sensi Seeds
    Pack Size 3/5/10/25 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 500–700 g/m2
    Outdoors: 2+ kg/plant

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    Golden Tiger

    Golden Tiger is a sativa-dominant strain by Ace Seeds bred using the most potent and resinous plants they have worked with—a highland Thai strain and a “killer” Malawi. The result is a potent high yielding cannabis strain with exceptional floral traits.

    🌿 A huge-growing plant resistant to heat, mites, white flies, mold and powdery mildew on weed that can be cultivated outdoors in any area that allows for the lengthy flowering cycle.

    ⚖️ The long drooping branches produce high yields of dense buds containing plentiful amounts of big trichomes loaded with powerful cannabinoids.

    🍧 Sweet musky flavor. High THC content up to 25% and THCV give a potent psychedelic high.

    👍 A productive plant for the hardcore stoners who want a strong sativa high.

    Flowering Time 13–14 weeks
    Seed Breeder Ace Seeds
    Pack Size 1/3/5/10 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 350+ g/m2
    Outdoors: 2+ kg/plant

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    Dream Queen

    Dream Queen is a fast-growing mostly sativa strain by Humboldt Seed Co. with enormous potential yields. It was produced from a 3-way cross of Green Crack, Mazar Star and Skunk #1. Up to 23% THC.

    🌿 Vigorous plants for a range of climates that even do well in low-light conditions. Dream Queen grows quick and easy, more than doubling in size during bloom.

    ⚖️ High yields outdoors of very large, dense, sticky and intensely green buds. The multi-kilo plants are ready to harvest during the last 2 weeks of September.

    🍧 Real top shelf buds with sweet orange, skunk and pine flavors. Quick-hitting cerebral effects.

    👍 A good easy strain to grow both in and out, rock hard buds.

    Flowering Time 50 days
    Seed Breeder Humboldt Seed Co.
    Pack Size 10 seeds
    Yield Indoors: High
    Outdoors: High

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    Thai/Lao Sativa

    Best known for Thai sticks, Thai and Lao sativas are just about the tallest cannabis strains on earth. Their goliath size is accomplished in a super long growth cycle. Over 20% THC and the presence of THCV.

    🌿 During early growth, the plants shoot up fast and outstretch everything around it. A breeze to grow but the internode gaps are so long and stretchy that indoors is not easy.

    ⚖️ Yields can be over 6 pounds outdoors in the ground. Extremely resistant to Botrytis mold. The true breed Thai/Lao sativas will need an extra long time to finish.

    🍧 Long resinous buds that produce some of the smoothest smoke and the ultimate psychedelic high.

    👍 Easiest for growers and breeders in the tropics.

    Flowering Time 11+ weeks
    Seed Breeder Seedsman, WOS
    Pack Size 3/7/10/12/100 seeds
    Yield Outdoors: 2+ kg/plant

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    Moby Dick

    Moby Dick is Dinafem’s leading sativa-dominant high yield strain, a productive Haze and White hybrid with a good resistance to mold and up to 21% THC content.

    🌿 The hungry plants grow aggressively into a Christmas tree formation and develop massive dominant colas outdoors, indoors and in hydroponic setups.

    ⚖️ Moby Dick is finished blooming outdoors by mid to late October, with yields of over 1 kilo per plant. Indoors, the stretchy plants yield well up to 650 g/m2.

    🍧 Deep smooth smoke perfect for big bong hits, smells like lemon and noble wood.

    👍 Solid, shiny buds. Highly psychedelic.

    Flowering Time 60–70 days
    Seed Breeder Dinafem
    Pack Size 1/3/5/10/25 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 650 g/m2
    Outdoors: 1–2 kg/plant

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    Peyote Gorilla

    Peyote Gorilla is a massive production indoor/outdoor indica strain hybrid by Seedsman that features big heavy buds packing unreal potency at between 22–26% THC content.

    🌿 Grows into broad-leafed, chunky plants, typically indica, with tight buds exuding a sour aroma.

    ⚖️ Allowed to get big enough, Peyote Gorilla’s bumper crop of 1–2 kilo plants is ready to cut in September.

    🍧 Complex lemon, petrol, earthy and woody flavors come from the insanely frosty indica buds. Powerful, uplifting cerebral high which settles to indica body bliss.

    👍 Not recommended for the inexperienced smoker.

    Flowering Time 70 days
    Seed Breeder Seedsman
    Pack Size 1/3/5/10/100 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 450–600 g/m2
    Outdoors: 1–2 kg/plant

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    Green Crack

    Green Crack is a popular Skunk #1 x Afghani hybrid strain that took the West Coast cannabis scene by storm with its light-green energetic sativa buds.

    🌿 A strong grower outdoors and indoors, Green Crack plants grow stretchy at first and then fill in nicely with thick, stinky buds.

    ⚖️ Big trees outdoors that can yield 1–3 kg/plant. A good mold resistant cannabis strain. Indoors, methods like SCROG and SOG are used to control vertical height and increase production.

    🍧 The buds have a fruity mix of citrus, mango, pineapple, cedar wood and incense flavors. Hits hard and heady.

    👍 Green Crack produces high yields and is easy to grow in rough climates.

    Flowering Time 55 days
    Seed Breeder ILGM
    Pack Size 5/10/20 seeds
    Yield Indoors: 350–525 g/m2
    Outdoors: 1–3 kg/plant

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    24 thoughts on “Top HIGH YIELD Strains List: Indoor & Outdoor Seeds”

    Brilliant site. Love all the information provided. Set out so its easy to navigate through, all relevant info.
    Great job.

    Thanks Paul I appreciate the kind words. Have a great day.

    love it… great job

    Thanks Raymond have a good one 🙂

    If the stats are real I only ask one question that seems to get the wishy wash answers or a flat out lie,HOW LONG DOES A PLANT THAT GETS OVER 2 LBS AT FINISH HAVE TO VEG BEFORE IT FLOWERS?Myself,I have grown my share and to get a plant to 4-5lbs in one growing season few months seems an impossible task.The revegged method seems to throw a lot of limbs and if u are good at training,have support around and all over it,then maybe I could see a plant grown inside started in feb or march and finishing in Nov being a couple lbs but hearing of 10lb tree of blue dream or seeing some of the trees people grow I just have that one simple question..and cannot get a strait answer most times.A 55 day flower is great but it must have grown for quite some time to get enough size to have an enormous amount of bud in 55 days after veg and being put outside in june,or 12/12 in a place with 100sq ft a plant floor space with a 15 ft ceiling

    Start with a 6x6x 1ft deep pot(8x8x1ft is even better but its a pain come harvest) feed your baby(that you started indoors in feb/march) well and on time, top when ready and strip out all the larfy bud about halfway thru flower and THEN you will start to see 5+lb plants. Good luck

    I’ve done 1040g on one plant indoors with dwc on an average strain. That was a 38 day veg and 9 week flower. It’s about genetics and environmental control. I ran led and rdwc chilled and ro water.

    High!
    I think Big Bud is the highest yielding strain.
    One more note to you, this is the Incredible Bulk from Dr. Krippling.
    It might not get a medal position, but in many ways better than the other strain. It is a high-yielding and large-sized plant, tolerant of all pests and although blooming late, produces an explosive miracle. Avoids pollination by wild and industrial hemp. It has great hybrid properties. Hassle-free, but thanks to high calcium and magnesium supply.
    lg

    LOOKS LIKE OKLAHOMA HAS NEVER HAD GOOD GENETICS BEFORE

    Ohhh Oklahomans have and had good genetics but our weather changes more than a female tryna impress at the club… So with humidity it’s a struggle and dense buds can get “bud rot” so I prefer to create and work on strains that can thrive here … we’re not even 2 yrs into legalization

    One of best and informative sites with great information and easy to navigate site
    Great job man

    Very informative with a good choice of high yielding strains. I live in a very wet region in the pnw, and I’m leaning towards super skunk for a both inside and outside grows. I can’t wait to try it out and see what happens. Who wants a bunch of bud if it’s not high quality so super skunk sounds good to me.

    Wheres THC Bomb?

    Somewhere making lower yields and quality than Cluster Bomb.

    Are these estimated yields by experienced grower? Or is that a minimum and maximum.. seems to me little high numbers. I’ve gotten 1.1lbs off my white widows outdoor last season but I’ve yet to see kilos off singular plant.

    It’s all estimated amounts. A lot of us can really wring the weight out with the right seasonal conditions. That 4-5lb per plant mark is in areas perfect for growing and of course outdoors. I get the about 1.5 from a single WW indoors but I control it’s whole environment and I have limited space. My best yielder was a 4 plant run in 4×4. Seedsman Big Nugs Fast. I vegged and trained vigorously for 6 weeks and she banged it out it 7 weeks bloom (including transistion). Final weigh -in DRY was 2.96 lb (7 gallon Final size air pots, remo nutes DTW (30%+ runoff fed daily, FloraKleen Flush bi-weekly) 65% coco/ 30% Perlite/5% Basalt, CO²) and Bigs Nugs is just their variety of big bud when you look at the genetics. (I’m not plugging seedman at all because it’s all pirated genetics. But they are good genetics. Alaskan Purple is a beast outdoors and it’s almost never in stock in the late winter and through spring for this reason. A couple missing here are: Julie’s Cookies from Dr. Krippling,(she produces some big ass colas), The right Pheno of Super Lemon Haze from Greenhouse can seriously produce. (I’ve personally seen 3lbs from 4×4 consistently from a friends clones) TH Seeds Heavy Duty Fruity is another that will break 600 g/m² with the right care although she is a bit more finicky on her nutes that the last two.

    I like to learn more, would you be willing to coach? We can discuss more. Please let me know. Thanks!

    big bud is the one for me reaching over 3 meters tall is one big plant this is in Tasmania with 2lbs easy and easy to grow 400 litres grow bags and plenty of water and feed all the time

    My big bud grew to a 1.4m height. Grown in pig manure in a 300 litre volume blowhole in limestone rock. This plant yeilded and yielded and created branches to be propped and tied up everywhere. Now this plant yielded 5 and a half pounds of over manicured bud. Trimmed differently I know conservatively it would have comes in at 6 pounds all told. South Australia turned on a beautiful finishing season. And many a person raved on about it for an evening smoke. Cheers

    With airpots, what growing medium and nutrient brand do you find most effective?

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