Seedsman Meets Humboldt Seeds

Seedsman Meets Humboldt Seeds

Last week, Seedsman’s Dr Gary sat down with Nat from Humbold Seeds to talk a little more about this legendary Californian seedbank. The Humboldt Seeds Organization is a collective of growers and breeders based in the Emerald Triangle. They help share California cannabis genetics with the rest of the world.  They focus on organic and environmentally sustainable cultivation. A community-based philosophy underpins the organization, meaning they attempt to buy locally, give back to the community, and engage in sustainable economic choices.  This established network of breeders and experts is driven by a deep passion for the work and a unique regional culture of marijuana breeding that stretches back forty years. Their focus on sustainable and ethical practices adds something interesting to their roster of distinctive strains.  We wanted to learn a little more about who they are, where they’ve come from, and what underpins their excellent cannabis genetics. Check it out:

3 Humboldt Auto Strains to Grow this Season We’ve picked these as our 3 favourite Humboldt strains. If you’re in the US, they’re all 3for2 right now (while stocks last)! Trainwreck Auto Trainwreck Auto is a 70% sativa auto-flowering strain with added ruderalis genetics. This is a low maintenance strain that makes it a good choice for beginner growers. Trainwreck Auto seeds develop into squat, bushy, mould-resistant plants. Trainwreck Auto has a complete life cycle of 75 – 90 days allowing more than one crop per year in regions with longer growing seasons. When fully mature the lime green buds are dense and very sticky with resin that produces a sweet, sappy scent. Yields are very good indeed, especially for an auto-flowering strain. When the buds have been dried and cured the scent remains sweet with an added terpentine note due to the presence of terpinolene, a known anti-microbial agent that possesses…

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