I was born in the 1980s. I started smoking weed at 15 years old, in the 90s. I was interested in smoking weed, as I had already started smoking tobacco. Thankfully, I don’t smoke tobacco any more – pure and raw is the only way. My brother rolled my first joint of soapbar hash – eighths broken off 9-bar blocks with bits of plastic and all sorts of horrible things mixed in. Things have changed since then…
Created by breeder Mark with Greenshock Farms this strain has a perfect 1 to 1 ratio testing at 10% CBD and 10% THC. Dr Greenshock was made with a female Lavender plant crossed to a male Bubba Kush with Recon making it a unique indica dominant CBD strain. What makes this strain so special is the high terpene level.
It’s highly remarkable nowadays when a new strain manages to catapult itself into the world’s cannabis elite almost overnight and win one cannabis cup after another. After all, competition is huge, with new strains popping out of the ground like mushrooms. A new release by Dinafem has pulled off this feat in the year of 2017: Remo Chemo.
After a good while growing only photoperiod-dependent strains, the chance of testing this auto flowering genetic line even before it reached the market got me all excited about that cheerful thought of a super-fast cannabis growing operation.
Illinois is set to be the 11th US state to legalize recreational cannabis with taxation revenues to help poor communities and address social inequities.
The debate surrounding cannabis legislation in the UK is messy, marred by so much in-fighting and disagreement that often either side of the debate don’t come across well enough to convince a four-year-old of anything, let alone a country.
I dry trim the plant and put that into a gallon jar and stick that in the freezer. I will take a 190 or 160 micron bubble bag and shake the frozen dry trim for 2 min and jar up my sift. I use 25/35 micron rosin bag and will press at 170 degrees for 90 seconds around 6000 pounds.
Over the past 7 years or so (or however long it has actually been since I first joined the Weed World family), I have had the utmost pleasure of becoming acquainted with some truly remarkable people.
I first heard of this colorful strain when I moved to Arizona after the fire. I knew she was a beautiful plant with that rich purple color everyone loves, but I also kept hearing the word “Boof” associated with her. I was able to sample some rosin made from her buds and I loved the grape-rich flavour.
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.