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  • Sep
    16

    Return of Durban Poison


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    We were looking forward to bringing you this news, the second generation of our Durban Poison’70s is finally ready. One of the strains that marked a before and after in us, our return to the origins and to offer all the landraces that we have available so that they are available for professionals now and in the future.

    Durban Poison’70s is a sativa strain from South Africa and one of the rarest pure strains in …

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  • Apr
    01

    New Athina North Greek Landrace


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    A new landrace strain is a great opportunity for a breeding project. And Athina is not just any strain, it is the first native Greek strain that has been marketed. For that reason it was a great challenge but also a great motivation for us. Read on if you want to find out more about Athina North Greek Landrace.

    History of Cannabis in Greece

    From the fifteenth century to the nineteenth century, Greece was …

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  • Aug
    14

    New Arrivals – Bisho P. and New Limited Editions!


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    Bisho P. F1 has gradually become one of the flagship of the house and one of the strains most cultivated by tropical growers that is why we have been tuning this incredible hybrid for several years and finally… We are honored to announce the restocking of our Bisho P. being one of our best selling hybrid in our history. So far we have always used several different Ciskei mothers for it, but after several years …

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  • Nov
    18

    CISKEI, the Pleasant Sativa


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    Ciskei was one of the 10 bantustans -independent regions in South African territory-, declared independent from 1981 to 1994. Together with Transkei, it was one of the Xhosa language homelands during the years of politic apartheid in South Africa.

    Some very special sativas were grown there in small plots of familiar use in the Drakensberg mountain range, in an altitude around 1500-2000 meters ( 4900-6500 feet ).

    Herbaria, a Swiss based seed company were the …

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