Have you ever thought about starting a hemp farm? You’re not the only one.
Cheers to all the sweet growers. Today we are going to talk about one of our new USA strains, released during this season.
There are few easy short cuts for the average grower that has embraced the call to high quality harvests. Some of the required improvements involve the deepening of grower experience.
As always, at Sweet Seeds® we released our new strains at the beginning of the year. This time we are releasing outstanding genetics on which we have been working for a long time and always against the clock, so that all growers can enjoy these new strains straight at the beginning of the season.
To give a bit of back story (I’m really good at that) — I GROW. I’ve literally been growing this plant from the very first joint I ever smoked (which happened to contain a few seeds that I removed and planted) — and then I smoked the good stuff for the very first time.
William Brooke O’Shaughnessy, an Irish physician, is credited with first bringing knowledge of the medicinal benefits of consuming cannabis to the west.
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To make two things that are good into something exceptional is the simple translation of Cuvee’ (although in French it is much sexier) and the strain was originally created in 2014 in Northern California.
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