Auto version of our Cheeisenberg crossed with Black Domina Auto, which has been used for ages in order to stabilize auto plants. Big Whoop Auto has an exuberant hybrid vigour, with big trunks and leafs. XXL Size.
This variety presents the oddity of being an indica plant with a sativa effect. Descendant of the early 70s Woodstock culture, before hippie movements opted for a Haze touch. Blue Sky 99% is a hybrid of Matanuska Tundra, previously known by the name of Blue Thunder; and Blue Rhino.
The same clone of Matanuska Tundra that we also needed for Blue Sky 99% has been used. Stabilized with a male NYC Diesel Auto. Pure American lineage patterns. After six generations we achieved the auto flowering of variety when the sampling hit 80% of stability.
Cheeisenberg was born out of an auto pollination of a clone from UK that reached its apogee in the mid-90s. This clone moved from hand to hand until ending up in an alternate community that used to organise free parties in order to support and claim for the legalization of cannabis.
Crossing between Chocolope, a variety that despite being of sativan origin after years of adaptation has become a plant with a fully indican cycle. Even its narrow leafs lead to that confusion. The other parent is a Californian descendant of Og Kush, a very popular plant from the mid-90s. This crossing has resulted in a stable and extremely easy to...
We were working with two of his best genetics when we found out of the death of Mr. Nice. With Cream Crystal Meth we wanted to pay a posthumous tribute to the great Howard Marks for his long trajectory in the world of cannabis and his great teachings.
A clone of the so-long preserved G13 Chem Dawg, acclaimed because of its amount of resin, fell into our hands. Even though we knew how delicate would be to turn this variety into auto flowering, it took us five years to achieve an auto flowering stable pattern.
Strawberry Creme strain of massive growth and performance from UK, where it has earned its reputation. Native to Switzerland's high-altitude climate. Its cell wall is thick both in leafs and stems due to its acclimation to altitudes and adverse temperatures.