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Growing outdoors, you need to find a spot which gets plenty of sunlight. You want to plant away from pests so that you don’t have to use heavy, toxic pesticides. You want a place where the air will remain fairly clean and dry, rather than muggy, and the soil will keep moist rather than soggy. So, be strategic, watch where rainwater goes and makes sure you don’t plant where water will pool or moisture will fail to evaporate. You can expect to get about 16 ounces of weed per plant.

Growing indoors will allow you full control over the environment. You can grow in 5-gallon flower pots with organic soil and fertilizer such as Flower Power. Use a tent and place reflective lining around the inside so that the light from your high-intensity lamps will bounce around and focus on your leaves from every angle. You can use a fan and exhaust system with an air filter and humidity monitor to keep the air clean and dry. Expect your plants to flower after about 63 days. You can get a yield of about 16 ounces per square meter.

How to Grow Sour Tsunami Cannabis Seeds or Cuttings

With CBD levels coming up to ten or eleven percent, this strain is great for treating muscle pain such as back pain. CBD is known to be able to reduce inflammation and to also provide immediate pain relief. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid which occurs in small amounts in most strains of marijuana. It is known to be able to control some types of seizures and to have anti-psychotic effects, opposite those of THC which can have pro-psychotic effects. Conditions like fibromyalgia and polymyositis which feature inflammation of the muscle and muscle nerve cells may also be eased by Sour Tsunami. One great advantage of this strain is that it will cause little high so you can use it for pain and continue to go about your daily chores or work. Depending on the strain, it may have up to 10 percent THC. THC can also provide some pain relief, so strains with 1 to 1 CBD to THC can have potent pain-relieving effects with very little impairment of your ability to function and be productive.

You can grow this variety in a greenhouse. Growing in a greenhouse can give you the best of both worlds as a grower. You can plant directly in the ground, getting the advantage of direct connection to the earth, or you can grow in flower pots as if you were growing indoors. A greenhouse allows you to control the temperature, air, and humidity to a greater extent than growing outdoors. You also have greater control of the lighting and you can extend the growing season if you wish to. In a greenhouse, you can get a yield of 16 ounces per plant.

Sour Tsunami Type: Sour Tsunami is a balanced, 60 percent Sativa and 40 percent Indica with up to 10 % THC and 10 % CBD. It is descended from:

I also don’t believe there is any wild cannabis growing in Europe unless you consider Russia’s ruderlais species possibly making it into the most eastern parts of Europe.

Okay skip the north America part, unless you mean SOUTH America. In the amazonian jungle tribes could help you to locate some indigenous crops that they have been growing for hundreds of years. I hope your an anthropologist though, or have access to some great translators that are friends with the locales. you really cant depend on other most Mexican strains being wild since the government has ruined there lineage so much by spraying.

In India almost anyone can help you find some wild cannabis, as long as they trust you. Kush mountains are a great tourist site for this. Many tour sites on the web advertise trips to India or Afghanistan just to go and see wild cannabis fields. Afghanistan and the sorrounding areas are loaded with cannabis. But alot of it is recently planted and not pure. So you would again need a tranlator to help you find someone that has been growing his whole life. BUT, it grows wild everywhere so if its not in a city you can assume its indegenous.

Also Thailand would be a great place to go although there is little information on where it grows locally. But the indigenous weeds there flower for almost 20 wks. That would be a awesome discovery.

In Asia it grows wild in Vietnam all over. In China in more south western small towns they make there living off of growing hemp. I’m sure they could help direct you to some wild patches. Also its theorized that cannabis evolved out of the foot hills of the Himalayas and Ive seen photo shots of wild cannabis growing on the foothills. I would do some camping and hiking there if you really want to get a chance of finding some of the most pure cannabis sativa plants ever.

You should also consider Africa, this will be the best bang for your buck. Go to Swaziland, or Malawi. There are other places, they are willing to help with a little cash and some cool material goods. They will help yo find many field as long as you have things in exchange. Massive fields, loaded with seeds, that have been grown for centuries. Good Luck, Lamp.

“The original ‘AK’, brought from the heart of the Hindu Kush mountain range where its genotype has been selected and perfected over centuries to be the ultimate source of cannabis resin. Fragrant north Indian charas and sticky black Afghani hashish are both largely produced from Kush plants — a subset of the Indica family which may be considered definitive examples of that line.
Afghan Kush produces a heavy yield and remains compact, especially working with clones. Growers who flower their original seed plants will notice a jump in height at the onset of blooming, due to this strain’s natural vigour. Leaves are broad-bladed and dark green. Afghan Kush buds develop into massive, blunt-topped, resin-saturated nuggets of pure Indica goodness.”

“Powerplant (mostly Sativa) was developed by us in 1997 from new South African genetics. This strain has been inbred only, never hybridised. Very rich in THC. It is a strain with an enormous grow potential. Indoor as well as in a greenhouse the plants have an enormous yield. Indoors flowering starts already one week after turning back the lightcycle to 12 hours. Outdoor, flowering starts late, but the plants ripen very fast. This variety is very uniform. Strong “up high”, very soft smoke.”

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“Bubble Gum is a medium tall, usually not too branchy (sometimes stretchy) plant, producing compact, crystal covered buds. Originally the Bubble Gum was developed by growers in Indiana,USA. From there the genetics moved to New England and eventually Holland. lt took many generations to finally produce this stable Bubble Gum, with the characteristic, sweet smell (truly resembling a typical bubble gum taste) and euphoric high; the original trademarks of this famous strain. The only inbred strain (no F1 hybrid) on the Serious menu. Winner of two awards in the High Times Cannabis Cup of 1994, a 2nd place in 1995 and again a 2nd prize in 1999, gives Bubble Gum a total of 4 awards from the judges.”

“A relatively new release as a seed, this fat, sticky hash-makers’ plant has long been prized for its sparkling coating of resin glands and syrupy sweet citrus bouquet. Maple Leaf Indica is bred from precious, vintage Afghanica gene-stock – parent plants that have formed part of several important Sensi Seeds hybrids and which represent one of the surviving strains behind original Mazar-i-Sharif hashish.”