Tag Archives | Sativa

Stalking Wild Marijuana in Kathmandu, Nepal

Stalking wild bud in Nepal, home of world-famous “temple ball” hashish, after a thirty year absence from the country should have been a no problem, no brainer. Well that’s how it was back in 1981, as the first Nepali smoker we met took us to someone who produced some outstanding hash and some quite decent, if […]

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Despite Drought, Late Rain, Rogue Cops… California Outdoor Marijuana Harvest Soars

John and Debbie are professional Northern California marijuana growers who use indoor, outdoor, and greenhouse facilities to produce organic and hydroponics marijuana—approximately 350 pounds per year. They got in touch recently to report on this year’s California outdoor marijuana harvest. Here are some of their most interesting quotes… “Rainfall, temperatures, and fire risk were unfavorable […]

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Rare Dankness Marijuana Seeds: High Times Cannabis Cup Winners 4 Good Reason!

When Moonshine Haze from Rare Dankness Seeds won the Best Seed Company Sativa award at the Amsterdam High Times Cannabis Cup in 2011, it sure didn’t surprise the strain’s breeder. It didn’t surprise consumers of award-winning powerhouse Sativa marijuana…which includes prized genetics from Neville’s Haze, Amnesia Haze, and Trainwreck. It takes 90-96 days in bloom […]

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Insider Marijuana Growing Info From Cannabis Cup Winners

Marijuana growers are always looking for new marijuana strains that come from specialty genetics. When you grow marijuana strains nobody else has, you increase the value of your buds, and more people want them. We recently caught up with two of Europe’s most successful new generation cannabis seed breeders, and asked them how they breed […]

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Killer Outdoor Marijuana Strains = More THC & Weight

This article on the hottest strains for outdoor marijuana growing is going live during the first week of May. In the Northern Hemisphere by now most experienced outdoor growers have already started their seeds or clones for this year’s outdoor season, but even if you didn’t get that head start, if you want to take […]

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