Pick and Mix - AppleJack - Feminised - Product Information
AppleJack Feminized Marijuana Seeds from the Seedism Seedbank in Amsterdam, with vast experience from the Cannabis College this seedbank offers some extraordinary pot varieties. Using contacts throughout the cannabis community this collective gathers some of the finest female marijuana seeds available and offers them to the growing, cannabis seeds collectors market. These female cannabis seeds are the fruits of many marijuana breeders labours, literally from around the world
The original AppleJack has been a popular strain in some of the hottest coffeeshops in Amsterdam back in 2001, unfortunately one of the original parents used to breed this strain with has died and it looked like that that was the end of that strain.
Until we started the Seedism collective, this is when we met "Hazemaster" who is the main breeder of RDG genetics and has perfected the art of selfing during his many years as a breeder for various established seed companies.
We now had the technique to use the remaining Applejack clones that were stored within our genetic library and produce the first ever 100% female AppleJack seeds.
AppleJack is a quick flowering Sativa dominant plant that can finish her flowering cycle within 10 weeks and gives good yields. They adapt very well to different environments and can be grown even in smaller grow rooms.
The high is a perfect blend of a subtle relaxation of the muscles followed by a strong trippy head buzz.
AppleJack grows large fragrant buds and needs branch support to prevent your plants from breaking under their own weight.
All our descriptions have come direct from the breeders who operate in a legal climate much different to that within the United Kingdom, take note, you should NEVER try cultivating any plant of the genus cannabis within ANY jurisdiction where such cultivation is illegal. Our seeds are sold purely for souvenirs and should be treated as a curio or novelty item and should never be germinated. PLEASE DO NOT BREAK THE LAW!
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