“Developed in Seattle, perfected in Holland, Northern Lights has become the “State of the Art” indoor plant. A
“Northern Lights #1 = Described as a true breeding strain (Stable) of Afghani origins.
Northern Lights #135A = Available commercially for just a short while (87-88) from the original Seed Bank.
Described as "a fast finishing hybrid of Northern lights and an Afghani". This sounds a lot like the forerunner of
Being a little cynical, I don't think I'm going to order from overseas anymore. Read another post that the haze
another grower got from Homegrown Fantaseeds was very afghan like. Heard also that Positronics, Dutch
Passion and Homegrown are all affiliated, so, if I were ordering from of these banks and they all had the
"same" strain, I would go with the best price. Homegrown is able to up its prices based on the awards won on
some of its stock at the Cup. This kind of crap will eventually hurt the Dutch. A lot of their stuff is prone to
herms, a big negative as far as I'm concerned. Think their interest lies in profits rather than breeding out
rotten genotypes. If I am paying $4 to $25 a seed, I want a first class product, with no misrepresentation from
some flowery ads. Unfortunately we can't turn to the BBB to claim.
Be sure to ask your distributor if he will guarantee his stock as the real deal. - Uncle Ben Dejo
“A synonym for a pungent skunk, this girl produces flowers and highs similar to super skunk. The buds are
large with lime-green hues and orange pistils. Very nice for persons who enjoy a bountiful harvest, fragrant
tops and a strong stone. She is a fast finishing plant that gets you in and out of the garden quickly. Fantastic
for commercial enterprises.
A strong plant with that typical Skunky taste and high. It has a high calyx-to-leaf ratio with large, full buds. Its
excellent yield makes this one an absolute must for the greenhouse grower.
Info@Versalhotel.Ru Loc:Nl @ Monday, March 10, 2014 3:26:37 AM: