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Blueberry  X Tutti Fruity

The pollen source was from a Tutti Fruity male to dust my lovely purple Blueberry  ladies. These little ladies had long trichomes that could be viewed with the naked eye. Almost the whole plant was coated with trichomes, even under the leaves. Looked like someone dumped sugar on the plants. Bone dried buds looked like glass !!!
Very valuable genetics that are almost priceless...


Flower: 6 to 7 weeks

$200.00 + tax    (10 seeds) Low stock

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Blueberry

Indoor/Outdoor
1st prize "High Times Cup" 2000 3rd prize "High Times Cup" 2001 Our Original Blueberry is a mostly Indica (80% Indica, 20% Sativa) strain, that dates to the late 1970's. A large producer under optimum conditions. A dense and stout plant with red, purple and finally blue hues, that usually cure to a lavender blue. The finished product has a very fruity aroma and taste of blueberry. It produces a notable and pleasantly euphoric high of the highest quality and is very long lasting. Medium to large calyxes. "Blueberry" has a long shelf life.

Flowering period: 8 - 10 weeks
Harvest time outdoor: 2nd - 3rd week of Oct.

Top shelf quality that should be smoked on special occasions only but not recommended for commercial cash croppers due to the low yield. I consider this to be the mother of all "knock you on your ass" pot, GUARANTEED. You get exactly what you pay for with these genetics. It was worth every penny and a pleasure to grow.
I cannot wait to grow them outdoors !!!

$250.00+ tax    (10seeds)

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Tutti Fruity

Flower: 7-8 weeks indoors

$100.00 + tax  (10 seeds) SOLD OUT

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Top 44 X Durban Poison

description pending....

$100.00 + tax   (10 seeds) 

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 Durban Poison

Imported from South Africa, produced in Holland. Exclusively inbred, never hybridized, 100% Sativa. Large long budleaves, buds are also large and long with lots of resin. A sweet licorice or anise flavour. "Up" high similar to Thai. High yields. Well suited for outcrossing with late bloomers to produce earlier flowering. Also does very well under artificial light.

Flowering Time : 49-56 days

$100.00 + tax  (10 seeds) 

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Tree Wee

Durban Poison X Kiwi

$100.00 + tax  (10 seeds)

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Tree Wee God

Tree Wee X God Bud

$100.00 + tax  (10 seeds)

God Bud

$100.00 + tax  (10 seeds)

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God Bud (P1) X Big Buddha Cheese

$100.00 + tax  (10 seeds)

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G-13 X Durban Poison

$100.00 + tax  (10 seeds) 

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Durban God

Durban Poison X God Bud

$100.00 + tax  (10 seeds)

Hash Mix

(Blueberry x Northern Jacks x G-13 x Sandy69)

These seeds are of top quality high drug content (THC) and were separated before haash production for resale. The seeds were removed from the bud before the commence of the extraction process. The seeds were mixed together. You will be sure to find many good mothers in this batch of seeds.


$60.00  + tax   (10 seeds)



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Poppy Seeds (Opium)

White seeded variety. China Whites and Danish Flags. Up to 17% morphine content.

$50.00 + tax  (5,000 seeds)

 

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Germinating Info

             Storage:  Seeds can be stored at room temperature in a dark place for up to 5 years. 

             Germination:  You will require 1 liter of distilled or bottled water such as Naya, 1/2 teaspoon of bleach (regular bleach, not the one for colors) 1 zip lock bag (sandwich size), 1 J Cloth brand dishtowel or a clean piece of loose knit Cotton.   I prefer the J Cloth as it can retain moisture yet it is also very porous. Mix the bottled water with a haIf a teaspoon of bleach.  By now you are thinking “Bleach? That is going to kill my seeds”, well don’t.  This subject has been debated but never proven.  Chlorine is already present in tapwater, and many have germinated using tap water. The reason for the bottled water is to avoid using too much chlorine as well as avoiding any Impurities that can be found in tap or well water.  What the bleach will do is prevent mold from growing, as you will be storing these seeds in very humid conditions for the next few days to about a week.  This amount of bleach will not harm nor affect the seeds at all. Once the mixture is ready, take your J-Cloth (check WalMarts if you still don’t know what a J-Cloth is) and fold neatly into four so it fits in your zip lock bag.   Submerge it into your mix of water and bleach and let soak.  Remove it and ring out the excess water.  The cloth does not need to be dripping wet, just wet to the touch.   Seeds require air as much as they require water.  Over watering can and will prevent seeds from opening.  Carefully take your seeds and place them inside the fold of the J Cloth.   Spread them out and fold over the J-Cloth.  Place inside the zip lock bag and blow some air inside, seal and now just look for a warm place to keep the bag.  The top of your refrigerator should work fine but just make sure it is not in direct sunlight. The darker the area, the better.  Make sure you do not have a cold or are smoking when you blow air into the bag.  Germs and carbon monoxide can kill your seeds. Check every 12 hours to see if any seeds have exposed their taproot.  If so, carefully transplant into your medium or dirt.  Blow some more air in the bag and seal if there are still seeds that have not opened. Some seeds do take longer than others to germinate so you should give it at least 3 weeks before you can be certain remaining seeds will not germinate.  Please take note that if the seeds open and a taproot starts, then the seed is fine.  Once transplanted, if there is a problem with the seedling, it is not because of the seed. There is a problem with the rest of your procedure. Blaming the seed is really not the way to go. Different strains need different conditions so be careful with which strain you work with and how to maintain it. Some prefer less nutrients than others, this is relative to the strain you are growing and data should be kept to support each different strain you attempt.