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Know your strains to grow more potent buds

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To understand the general principles behind breeding different strains of cannabis you first need to be familiar with some basic terms related to plant genetics.  A plant’s genotype is the genetic code and chromosomal make up of a specific plant.  A plant’s phenotype is the size, shape, structure, and overall appearance of the plant.   The genotype  (the actual genetic code of a particular marijuana strain) and it’s growing environment are what determines the phenotype (the size and potency of the buds produced). 

Mixed Cannabis Strains

In other to maximize the amount of bud produced by a marijuana plant and its potency you must choose the proper strain and know the best growing environment for this particular strain.  A common misnomer is that all marijuana strains will thrive in the same growing environment.  This is not true.  Different strains grow better at different temperatures, some strains require more light, water, or nutrients than other strains.  Two individual plants of the exact same strain can grow vastly different when raised in different environments.

The available nutrients, hours of sunlight, and other growing conditions are referred to as environmental triggers.   

Indoor vs Outdoor

With growing cannabis, there is a distinct difference between indoor and outdoor growing environments. 

indoor marijuana

Indoor growing enviroments allow you to have better control of the environment factors.  You can easily raise or lower the temperature, humidity, air circulation, or the amount of water your plant receives.  You can also control the amount and length of time that a plant receives light and thus shorten or lengthen the growth period.  The buds produced from indoor plants are usually more densely packed, more potent, and higher quality than buds grown outdoors. 

Outdoor Marijuana 

Outdoor growing environments usually allow you to grow more plants which are often larger in size than comparable indoor plants.  However the buds produced by these plants tend to be less potent.

Three Subspecies

There are three separate subspecies of the genus Cannabis known as Sativa, Indica and Ruderalis.

Cannabis Sativa 

Cannabis Sativa are characterized by long thin flowers and spiky leaves. They originate from equatorial regions where the growing season is hotter. They are not generally used for outdoor cultivation in colder climates, although some hybrids can produce good yields in such conditions. Cannabis sativas have more of a high than Cannabis indica buds. 

 Cannabis Indica

Cannabis Indica originated in the Hindu-kush areas of Central Asia, where the weather is changeable and growing conditions can be harsh. Indica plants are generally much shorter than Sativa plants, only about three to five feet tall. They have fewer and shorter branches than Sativa, the longer of which are lower on the plant, with much wider leaflets. They also mature earlier and more rapidly than Sativa. Cannabis indica varieties are ideal for indoor and outdoor cultivation in cooler climates. 

Cannabis Ruderalis 

Cannabis Ruderalis is a variety of cannabis that grows wild in parts of Eastern Europe and Russia. It is characterized by its early flowering, with some plants starting irrespective of the photo-period. Ruderalis are the shortest, least bushy, and fastest maturing of the three. Cannabis ruderalis is ideal for cultivation in cooler climates and areas where conditions are harsh. There are Dutch hybrid varieties available that combine Cannabis ruderalis and Cannabis indica.

The end of the localized strainsPrior to the late 1960’s, virtually all cannabis plants were grown outdoors.  The marijuana strains available in a particular geographic location were dictated by which strains grew well in that particular climate or environment.  So you were limited to the strains which grew well in your particular area.  Different places produced different types of buds that were unique and their quality varied depending on the region.  Some areas produced better buds than others.

 World Marijuana Map

The introduction of indoor growing systems have allowed growers to control their growing environment regardless of their local climate or outdoor conditions.  This has allowed many common and popular strains of marijuana to be grown worldwide using the same types of indoor growing systems.  People are now able to transfer and grow the exact same strains of marijuana seeds or clones in different climatic locations around the world.

Today the quality of the buds available in a particular area are more based on the laws regarding the cultivation of marijuana than the outdoor growing environments.  However, geographic locations that are optimal for outdoor cultivation usually still have a larger supply of high quality buds.  For example, areas such as Humboldt or Mendocino counties in Northern California have more good bud than the rural counties surrounding Los Angeles which are much less optimal places to grow marijuana outdoors.  States with higher cool mountainous forests almost always have better buds than lower elevation states with hotter climates.

The road to blandness

Indoor Sativa

As cloning and HID lighting became popular, it became fairly clear that it is really difficult to produce commercial size yields by growing cloned Sativa plants indoors.  These Sativa varieties grow much better outdoors on a really large field sized crop scale.  The fast maturing, dense bud structure of the easy-to-grow Indica soon dominated the indoor growing scene.

Indoor Indica

Indica strains also have a truebreeding “dioecious” nature, meaning that individual plants tend to be male or female only, but not both.  In contrast, many Sativa strains show hermaphroditic tendencies indoors, with male and female flowers on the same plant. (It is my opinion that wild Sativa strains of cannabis are primarily truebreeding hermaphroditic varieties.)

The use of indoor growing systems to produce high quality buds has caused the Indica varieties to become more popular and in higher demand than its Sativa counterparts.  Many growers and cloners experimented with Sativa/Indica crosses.

 Sativa Indica Crosses

These Sativa/Indica crosses have the best of both worlds: the good Sativa flavor and the cleaner high associated with the Indica bud structure.  However this desirability only lasts for a few generations of breeding.  Unless a person is breeding for a very specific trait, crosses seven generations and beyond the original P1 Indica/Sativa cross lose much of their original charm and desirability. Cloning, however, helps to extend a plant’s potential.

Breeding Tips Chart

The Ruderalis Myth

As indoor growers were attempting to improve the genetic lines of their marijuana strains through breeding, another interesting phenomenon occurred: Ruderalis. 

Russian Ruderalis

There is a wild variety identified as Ruderalis in Russia (”Ruderalis” is supposedly Russian for “by the side of the road”) that grows very short and matures very fast.  I really doubt that someone actually went to Russia to collect seeds of this variety to use for breeding.  But if they actually did go all the way to Russia to find, collect and smuggle these “rudy” seeds back to the United States, I would feel sorry for their waste of time and effort because they could have gotten the same worthless stains of seeds in Minnesota, Saskatchewan or Manitoba in Canada with much less hassle.  These varities grow well in colder environments, have a shorter growing time (due to the shorter summer season), and but have much smaller low quality yields which taste awful and have terrible highs. 

After the Indica varieties arrived in the US and became incorporated into the gene pool, many breeders began to cross the earliest maturing individuals with each other in hopes of shortening the maturation cycle.  One particular Indica strain improved consistently over time and this genetically inhanced strain became known as American Ruderalis.  This strain had a quick growing pattern similar to the Russian Ruderalis, but it produced higher quality more potent buds and was totally genetically unrelated to Russian Ruderalis.  High Times accidentally named this particular Indica strain as Ruderalis after falsely identifying this strain as belonging to the Ruderalis family.

Therefore be sure that you are dealing with good, genetically engineered American Ruderalis strain and not the true Russian Ruderalis which is tolerant to cold, harsh climates, but has a low-yield and bad results.

The same applies to many of the Indica dominant varieties available today. Breeders selecting for early, fast flowering or fast growth often miss out on some of the finer and more subtle characteristics available from crossing certain genotypes. My advice to breeders is to wait until the finished product is suitably tested before coming to any conclusions regarding desirable candidates for future breeding consideration.

Phenotypic Expression

The malleability of phenotypic expression among the Sativa/Indica crosses must also be noted. The variability of phenotypic expression among the f2 generation of a truly polar (pure Sativa/pure Indica) P1 cross is quite phenomenal. The second generation f2 crosses will exhibit the full spectrum of possibilities between the original parents – extreme Indica, extreme Sativa, and everything in between.

Blueberry Durban Cross

However, regardless of any particular phenotype selected from among this given f2 cross, future generations may drift radically. Depending on the presence (or lack) of a number of environmental triggers, an f2 Indica phenotype may be coaxed more toward Sativa traits, or an f2 Sativa phenotype may be coaxed more toward Indica expression. The key is environmental conditions.

This is what distinguishes the truebreeding, ancient acclimated, region of origin varieties – especially the tropical and equatorial Sativa – from the crosses that have happened since. The ancient specimens have a much narrower genotype range, and therefore a more specific phenotype than their contemporary crosses despite environmental conditions. It is up to future adventurers to provide the best possible environmental considerations, along with the best possible genetic considerations, in order to resurrect the legendary happy flowers of yore.

Inducing Sativa

After many years of first-hand experience breeding marijuana indoors as well as outdoors, I am of the opinion that the two most influential factors involving phenotypic variation and expression among current indoor herb breeding projects are the photoperiod (hours of light per day) and the angle of light in relationship to the growing plant.Specifically, I find the single most powerful influence to the Indica dominant phenotype is the traditional 18/6 veggie cycle and 12/12 flowering cycle. The 18/6 veggie and 12/12 flower cycle is an attempt, however poor, to mimic the Indica-producing photoperiod. It is my belief that this light cycle strongly influences for Indica phenotypic expression.

Sativa phenotype characteristics will manifest under a more equatorial photoperiod, closer to a 13/11 veggie cycle and an 11/13 flower cycle. This is the light timing range to use to elicit more Sativa dominant expression from your plants.

As for the exact photoperiod formula that I incorporate into my growing/breeding regime, this will presently remain a trade secret. My advice is to experiment with different photoperiods, keep good notes and pay attention. Avoid the 18/6 and 12/12 photoperiods, while tweaking the times a bit differently with each breeding cycle until more desirable results in the finished product and their offspring are noted.  Here is a hint: work in half-hour increments or a little less.

Angle of Light

Angle of light simply refers to the physical angle of light source the plant is dependent upon for growth. Perhaps the greatest difference between indoor and outdoor environments has to do with the angle of light received by the plant. This is also one of the greatest seasonal differences between the Sativa and Indica producing regions.

Angle of Light

Outdoors, the main light source is the Sun, with minor influence coming from nearby reflective surfaces. As a plant grows taller and broader outdoors, that angle of light from the sun changes very little in relationship to the growing plant.

Seasonal changes in angle of light increase the further away from the equator one gets. At the equator there is the least amount of seasonal change in angle of light, only about 20°, whereas at the 45th parallel that change is as great as 45°. At the 45th latitude, the Summer Sun is high in the sky while during early Spring and late Fall the sunlight comes from much lower in the sky. The farther one goes from the equator, the greater the difference in seasonal changes regarding angle of light.

Indoors, the lights typically range from a few inches to several feet from the plant. As the plant grows taller, its physical relationship to the bulb’s angle of light changes considerably. Most indoor grow rooms have relatively low ceilings, therefore, raising the bulbs may maintain a similar angle of light early on, but eventually the angle changes. The same differences may be noted among plants directly below the bulb and the plants off to the side of the room farther away from the bulb.

Circular light shuttles tend to emulate the arctic summer and create a confusing signal completely unknown to the equatorial Sativa. Straight-track overhead light shuttles are more conducive to inducing the Sativa phenotype.

Aromatics and flavors

Many indoor growers try to get their budding plants as close to the light source as possible. Though this may increase bulk production of both bud and trichome, I find that this practice tends to destroy many of the finer aromatic qualities of the herb.Buds too close to the light tend to express nothing beyond the lower lemon/lime aromas of the fruity spectrum. Sometimes the aroma is no better than a strong chemical/astringent odor and flavor, especially those under High Pressure Sodium light systems. The finer berry flavors tend to favor more distance from the bulb, and will manifest more strongly under High Ultraviolet Metal Halide light systems, especially during the latter stages of flowering.

Something akin to a gymnasium building with high ceilings and super 5000W lights hung far from the growing plants, set at a Sativa-tweaked photoperiod, would be the ultimate indoor grow-op to coax Sativa phenotypes.

The Great Outdoors

Nothing will ever rival the great outdoors for ultra-high volume cannabis production.  With growing outdoors you need to work with seeds that will grow well in the geographic area and the surrounding growing environment.  Some strains thrive better in areas than others.  Some strains grow better outdoors in lower elevations next to water, while others grow better high up on hills or mountains.  The natural genetic lines of these outdoor plants will dictate the size and quality of the harvest.  Often times chosing a proper growing location for a particular outdoor strain requires a long process of trial and error.

Equatorial Sativa varieties are of interest for quality herb production (Thailand, Oaxaca, Colombia, Central Africa, etc.) as the Indica zones are more renowned for hashish production. Parts of Nepal tend to produce both excellent hashish and fine Sativa buds, with some plants even living for longer than two years.

Great Strains

Durban Poison - original African strain, from the Rift Valley. This makes it a real good outdoor marijuana strain. A great marijuana plant for hot temperatures. A tight bud Sativa with a candy smell and an up high. One of the most reliable early outdoor varieties, it will produce chunky, solid buds even during the worst season. Durban Poison is one of the easiest-to-grow, highest-quality early varieties in the world.

Durban Poison

Outdoor marijuana strain
Type : Sativa
Yield : up to 200 gram / square meter
Height : 120-150 cm
Climate : indoor / outdoor
Flowering period 8 wk’s
Harvest : end of September

Haze is the original sativa from Jamaica. Haze is a bushy tall plant with leggy stems and log gold tingued buds with narrow leaves. The THC ratio of haze sativa is always high, so the buds might be small but they are very potent. These haze marijuana plants can grow huge when given enough space, so yields can be high!


Type : Sativa
Yield : up to 200 gram / square meter
Height : 150-180 cm
Climate : indoor
Flowering period 10/12 wk’s

Purple buds on this plant give it a special taste and smell. It is a powerful purple marijuana strain with sativa overtones.
It is a very hardy plant and can be grown outdoors in the worst climates. Its ancestors are Holland’s Hope crossed with Skunk#1. A powerful high sativa odour. Purple marijuana has a sweet and sour taste.

 Purple Buds

Outdoor Marijuana
Type : sativa
Yield : up to 200 gram / square meter
Height : 150-170 cm
Climat : outdoor
Flowering period 8 wk’s

White Widow marijuana strain is the strongest weed in the world. It sets the standard for white strains. This legend was born in the 1990’s. They grow tall with delicate arms. White widow marijuana buds have so much THC on them that it is hard to see the bud at all. The white widow marijuana high is extreme and the taste divine. White widow marijuana seeds have won more Cannabis Cups than any before. On the top of all dutch coffeeshop menu’s (mostly the most expensive!) is white widow marijuana seeds and white widow marijuana strains. The buzz is powerful and energetic, yet social. A must for anyone who thinks they are a smoker.

White Widow 

Indoor White Widow Marijuana
Type : Indica / sativa mix
Yield : up to 250 gram / square meter
Height : 50-80 cm
Climate : indoor
Flowering period 8/9 wk’s

Northern Lights marijuana strain has big broad leaves and large buds always covered with crystals. Highly adapted for indoor growing. A strong earthy taste. Northern Lights marijuana is not a big plant growing to about 1.5 m outdoors. It is a good plant for the indoor growers, its a classic northern lights marijuana plant and one of the most smoked and grown in Holland.

Northern Light

Indoor / Outdoor
Type : Indica
Yield : up to 125 gram / square meter
Height : 100-125 cm
Climate : indoor / greenhouse / outdoor
Flowering period 6-8 wk’s

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Comment by Max
2008-01-11 22:30:51

How much do they sell this stuff for per eight and per ounce up in Northern Cali?

Comment by Natalie
2008-01-22 09:16:21

In Sonoma County, it’s anywhere between $8 and $50 an eighth depending on where you buy it and the quality of the buds.

Comment by Topher
2008-07-13 20:06:29

Well, here in slo county it can be anywhere from 250-400 per o. Depends on the dealer and the potentcy.

Comment by Natalie
2008-07-14 18:41:01

Where is slo county? Solono County? Are there many dispensaries down there?

Comment by Topher
2008-07-13 20:13:32


1 ounce-250-400

Comment by blazzon
2009-04-21 21:43:33

35 or 40 an eighter or 260 zip

Comment by samantha
2009-04-21 22:01:36

i pay between $15-25 for an 8th and $100-140 for an ounce of the greenest, dankest, smoothest stuff up here in humboldt county, the weed capital of the world!

Comment by amber
2008-01-14 20:48:59

I make around $2000 every two months growing marijuana and this is enough to cover my rent.

Comment by frank
2008-01-21 12:22:16

So what’s the best type of weed out there?

Comment by Natalie
2008-01-22 09:17:36

Cheese is the best strain out here. It’s by far the best.

Comment by Topher
2008-07-13 20:08:42

Well, that is a tough one, but some strains you might want to look up are white widow, grape ape, sour diesel,red-head, and granddaddy gray beard.

Comment by Natalie
2008-07-14 18:43:23

They have Grand Daddy Purple out now too! I prefer the Cheese tho.

Comment by Happy Hamster
2009-03-15 11:03:35

Yeah i grew cheese and it blew everybody away! i plan to grow it again when i get the chance, hard to pick a fav tho. Iv been to the dam and sampled ALOT of the culture ;) if ya like cheese you would love blueberry i got some on the grow now! :D

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Comment by Natalie
2009-03-15 19:23:59

Hey! In what area do you live? I am in Santa Rosa in Sonoma County… what about you?

We have Cheese around here now. For a long time only one guy had the true cheese clones and he wouldn’t let them go to anyone. Now someone has stole some clones off of him and it’s more widely available. They are even selling Cheese clones at the local dispensary now!

I like alot of the local blends, like Purple Mercy, Lavendar, Strawberry, etc… they even off shoots of cheese, such as Blue Cheese, Swiss Cheese, and Jack Cheese, but none are as good as the true original Cheese.

Comment by jtee
2009-09-15 00:59:22

True cheese can only be obtained from Birmingham UK in from of a cutting and all sedds from seed banks are cross off fromm cheese.

Comment by jtee
2009-09-15 01:07:38

the orignal cheese is only in UK and even the seeds on the net claiming to have orignal cheese are not these are still cross offs. Cheese has never been bred with a other cheese Plant as the traits of the plant was discovered in only one plant and then this was cloned. These seeds on the net are crossed to bring as near to the traits of orignal in seed form. It you ever come UK you will dover the REAL cheese.

Comment by Kelly
2009-09-16 18:54:06

Bullshit jtee! You don’t know what you are talking about.

First of all, the “Real Cheese” can only be grown from live clones, not seeds.

Secondly, the “Real Cheese” is not from the UK, it’s from Amsterdam.

Third, people have bought live clones of the “Real Cheese” in Amsterdam and have brought this strain all over the world.

The “Real Cheese” is now grown in many different countries since the original grower started selling the clones. For a while he was not sharing this strain and now more and more people have it.

Comment by HigherTimez
2009-11-18 00:38:17

actually Kelly my dear u dont know what ur talking about, im from London UK and i know for a fact that cheese originated in Birmingham, i personaly smoked it about 8 years ago. From UK it went to dam, do some research b4 u post.

Comment by Andrew
2009-11-18 18:54:53

british weed sucks dick. the best weed in the world is now grown in the emerald triangle of northern cali, not in hamsterdam!

Comment by $h@d0\/\/
2009-12-14 20:56:00

andrew how r u gun hate an put ur mind where its not needed?just sit there an hit ur shwag

Comment by paul
2008-01-22 02:23:36

what is the best strain? i have smoked northern lights, purple haze, and trainwreck.

Comment by Sam
2008-02-06 18:21:18

This type of ideas works with flowers too, not just marijuana.

Comment by Laura
2008-02-08 04:54:45

I would like to see a post that describes the ideal lighting conditions for different strains and types of marijuana.

Comment by Greg
2008-02-11 14:16:45

I need a guide which outlines the ideal temperature and lighting times for different strains of cannabis to maximize the potency of my harvest. Do you know where I could find one or could you post a guide in one of your upcoming posts?

Comment by Topher
2008-07-13 20:11:28

that depends on how tall you want your plant. usually the shorter the plant, like a two footer, would stay more potent than a 12 footer. the thc doesn’t spread out in the plant as much if it is shorter.

Comment by I CALL BS
2009-08-02 12:56:18


The most potent plant I ever puffed stood 19′ (nineteen FEET) tall.

THC does not “spread” through the plant. It is produced is the flowers, and maximized by paying careful attn to the age of the flower.

I lived in CA 14 years, and saw LOTS of grows. The heigh of the plant has no bearing. It’s the HEALTH and genetics, NOT the size that dictates potency.

You silly pothead.

Comment by shelby
2009-08-02 13:47:54

i agree. some very potent buds are produced from some very large plants. the thc is not “spread” through out the plant like topher says.

however some of the better and more potent strains seem to yield smaller plants.

for example, northern lights or trainwreck produce a high yield but are not nearly as potentent as some of the purples or cheese blends which come off of smaller plants.

this probably where his confusion lies. the more potent strains tend to produce smaller plants than the less potent strains. however i would say a large plant from the same strain would tend to be more potent than a smaller plant.

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Comment by andy
2008-02-16 10:25:33

so which strain of marijuana is the most potent and which tastes the best?

Comment by Topher
2008-07-13 20:17:13

anything purple is potent and yummy. also, if you are growing, you can flavor your weed in it’s pre-bud phase by taking small amounts of natural flavors like juice and adding it to your watering system. MAKE SURE THE JUICE HAS LOW SUGAR OR YOUR PLANT WILL DIE!!

Comment by shelby
2009-08-02 13:50:30

you’re kidding right? adding juice to your watering system to change the flavor of the weed. never heard of that one. topher are you joking? you must be high! LOL!

Comment by $h@d0\/\/
2009-12-14 20:59:09

I heard if u crush a pill(vikeadin) mix water badass and “Spray on the bud an let it dry out will fuck ur shit up!!!” anyone hearda that?? anyone tried?know?

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Comment by Rachel
2009-12-15 18:34:20

you can do that with cocaine too!

Comment by S.R.
2010-07-27 01:53:24

yeah, isn’t that called base
might as well just go smoke some crack\

Comment by S.R.
2010-07-27 01:51:57

potency, and the best strain seem to be a matter of personal preference, whether you like a heavy stone, or more of a cerebral high.

Comment by Eric
2008-02-25 15:09:25

Thanks, this is good stuff. You are totally right about how the conditions dictate how well different types of plants will do. I agree that it would be awesome to have a list of marijuana strains and the ideal temperature, watering, humidity, and lighting for each strain to grow the best.

Comment by ryan
2008-12-20 05:44:08

if i was looking to buy a high potency bud like white widow or purple where would be a good place to look

Comment by Veronica
2009-03-02 18:05:34

If you live in Northern Cali then hit up a dispensary. If not then take a trip out here. For a good high potent bud, you definitely want to buy live clones and not seeds. You will get a much better strain and you will not have any male plants (which leads to seeds).

Comment by harry
2009-01-31 01:35:33

this is a really great article. i posted a link to this on a high times forum and people love it!

Comment by Isaac
2009-03-02 04:04:52

wow i look at these prices and i think you guys are geting ripped off, here in canada i sell oz of skunk for 180 $200 and buy it for $140

msg me we might work sumthin out

Comment by Veronica
2009-03-02 18:00:46

I pay probably $90-120 for an ounce of the dankest, greenest buds up here in Northern Cali, bout 2 hours North of San Fran. In Mendo county, the southern county of the Emerald Triangle.

Comment by steve
2010-05-08 20:34:08

hey ilive in sac from thebay area have prop 215 medical card can u get a half p of kush or purple for ne 916 271-1889

Comment by Veronica
2010-05-09 01:13:59

What type of purple? purple mercy, purple urple, granddaddy purple, ect? what type of kush? blackberry kush, master kush, hindu kush, og kush, ect?

Can you drive out to Mendo and I could meet you in Ukiah? I could use the mail UPS or Fedex, but it may be better if you drive to Ukiah and we meet…

707-223-9786 v

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Comment by Skillz-420
2010-07-22 15:47:07

In Upstate NY we pay about 500-600 for an oz of Haze, and 350-550 for dank dank dank, just not haze.

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Comment by Veronica
2010-07-22 16:10:47

I lived in upstate NY and weed is so outrageously expensive up there compared to Northern Cali where’s its totally legal. It’s like 2-2.5x the price!

Comment by I CALL BS
2009-08-02 12:58:35

Yeah, PM you. Lol.What a joke.

Comment by Travis
2009-03-04 03:47:55

Yo, could someone email me at and tell me somewhere in Missouri that i could find some White Widow, i can’t seem to find something that is strong enough to get me decently high, and thats about the only one i haven’t gotten to trying… Yeah, just email me if you find a place, otherwise i’ll be stuck smoking people out just to get a high.

Comment by Veronica
2009-03-04 05:20:38

You could always try doing mail order ganja with someone out in California.

They only have crap out there in Missouri.

Good luck finding anything decent out there!

Comment by Trigger
2009-03-04 18:11:19

hahaha there is nuthhin but shit in missouri. we got that dank shit in south phoenix. come to the west coast pussy

Comment by Veronica
2009-03-04 18:35:53

There is some good shit out of the mountains of Arizona. Grown up around Flagstaff.

Lots of stuff from Northern Cali also makes its way down there.

I don’t care for the Mexican crap that creeps across the border from the south.

Comment by charlie
2010-11-02 03:28:10

missourri fuckin sucks for buyin green. however where i live even the cops grow it. super tolerated. super cheap. buyin pounds for 180…. ;)

Comment by Ryan
2009-04-18 01:01:48

get your weed in colorado, and willy wonder,cherry blossem, and pineapple ak47 are the dankest fasho

Comment by Ryan
2009-04-18 01:04:40

oh and afghan kush

Comment by Dan
2009-05-24 00:41:06

Fuck me pineapple is beast
Does any1 know where 2 get some desent pot in England

Comment by Slie
2009-06-26 12:21:02

hay you guyz,i dnt think that we have meny kinds of weed here iv have 2 kinds only. I wonder how is weed out of Africa teast. Im frm South Africa

Comment by MashHead :)
2009-12-30 10:46:11

anyone no wher i can get good seeds from for not much money, i only need about 2-5 seeds to be grown on my windowsill

Comment by bert
2010-01-01 01:29:59

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2012-05-27 20:22:32

If you’re looking for just a few seeds, hit up your local dealer? I’ve got a few dealers around my town in N. Ohio. I’m just starting a small indoor op. I bought a shitty bag full of seeds and decided to plant them. Now that they’re working well, my closest dealer (a close friend) asked me to grow the 4 seeds he’s gotten from selling pounds of kush. So, if you can’t (or don’t want to) order the seeds on the net, find a friendly dealer for their scraps.

Comment by Zanzibar_Dallax
2012-05-27 20:23:39

If you’re looking for just a few seeds, hit up your local dealer? I’ve got a few dealers around my town in N. Ohio. I’m just starting a small indoor op. I bought a shitty bag full of seeds and decided to plant them. Now that they’re working well, my closest dealer (a close friend) asked me to grow the 4 seeds he’s gotten from selling pounds of kush. So, if you can’t (or don’t want to) order the seeds on the net, find a friendly dealer for their scraps.

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