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What is a cannabis landrace strain?

This article was updated on August 6, 2020.

There is a big difference between the cannabis that was available in the 1960s and the cannabis you can get now. Up until the late 1970s, if you were smoking pot, you were likely smoking what was often referred to as “sativa.” These plants were tall, had narrow leaves, and produced wispy flowers. From its original home around India, this cannabis species moved east. It also made its way down the eastern coast of Africa and eventually hitched a ride to the Americas.

A landrace marijuana strain is one of these original strains, and they regularly carry the name of the place they were developed: Thai , Durban Poison , Acapulco Gold , etc. Over the generations, the growing practices and environments particular to each of those locations imparted unique characteristics to each strain’s appearance and chemistry—the fancy word for this is “ terroir .”

Whereas sativa landrace strains moved across the globe, indica landraces were isolated in the arid, mountainous regions around Afghanistan and Pakistan. This cannabis is known for its broad leaves, short stature, dense flowers, and the hash that is created from its flowers. These strains also carry the names of places they were developed: Afghani , Hindu Kush , etc.

Are landrace strains still around?

It wasn’t until the late ‘70s that people decided to intentionally breed these two kinds of cannabis together. Eventually, breeders were able to produce offspring that consistently carried the desired characteristics from each type, and perhaps even more importantly, avoid unwanted characteristics that could weaken the plant’s health and production.

These hybrids have now taken over the cannabis market, and this, my ‘60s cannabis smoking friends, is the big difference between what you smoked then and what you smoke now: Today, you are smoking a hybrid of cannabis as opposed to a pure landrace strain.

Today, you are smoking a hybrid of cannabis as opposed to a pure landrace strain.

Are landraces more potent than regular strains?

It really depends on the specific strain and where and how it was grown. If you get your hands on a true landrace, it will most likely be less potent than a strain you find today, as current strains have typically been bred for a higher potency.

Is it hard to find landrace strains?

Those landrace strains from the ‘60s are not grown on a large scale today, but there are a few that carry a big enough following to keep them available in our current market. These are commonly referred to as “heirloom” strains, and they are produced in small batches and carry genetics of the landrace, but lack the original terroir.

There might come a day when the world cannabis markets open up, giving us direct access to landrace strains from around the world, however, until that day, here are a few heirloom strains you can find in your local shop to hold you over.

List of landrace marijuana strains

Durban Poison

Hailing from the port city of Durban in South Africa, Durban Poison is an energizing strain best known for its unique smell, taste, and bud structure. It offers a bouquet of anise, earthy spiciness, and sweetness. Nothing else in the cannabis world is like it.

Unlike other narrow-leaf strains, this plant produces flowers that are round and fluffy as opposed to long and wispy. It’s like a round cheese puff … that tastes like a black jelly bean.


Afghani is a broad-leafed strain with dense buds that produces heavy resin perfect for hash production. This strain evolved in an arid climate, therefore its buds tend to mold if it is grown in climates with high humidity.

Its sweet and earthy smell translates to a dank sedation loved by those looking to relax.

Lamb’s Bread

Said to be Bob Marley’s strain of choice, Lamb’s Bread is a landrace from the island of Jamaica. Also known as Lamb’s Breath, this strain is great for creative endeavors and introspection, as it provides an uplifting feeling and a sense of intense clarity.

Like many landrace strains, it offers a taste and smell that separates it from the rest. It’s like my favorite cheeses—funky, grassy, and herbal, with a little kick of spice. It smells loud!

Acapulco Gold

An uplifting landrace strain from Mexico, Acapulco Gold once held the reputation for being the standard in cannabis production. A lot of this had to do with the plant’s beautiful appearance and its ability to produce an abundance of THC—a unique characteristic at the time of its creation.

It offers a unique aroma of toffee and you get a bit of funky cheese in the taste.

Also referred to as Thai Stick (for the way it was dried and cured), Thai is regarded for its potency and intense cerebral high. It smells like tropical fruit with a hint of diesel, and it gives a subtle floral taste on the exhale.

This is a parent to many of the more popular uplifting and energizing strains we love today, like the original Haze .

Back in the '60s, pure landrace strains prevailed. Today, most cannabis has been hybridized, but there are still some classic old strains you can get your hands on.

24 Best LANDRACE Cannabis Strains to Grow from Seed

Landrace cannabis seeds list of pure landrace sativa and landrace indica strains to buy in 2021. While many old-school landrace strains are hard to find, having been lost or outbred with time, a few breeders/collectors offer rare locale-adapted and sourced cannabis seeds, giving growers around the world access to resilient genetics for various climates.

Landrace cannabis strains sold at seed banks are often limited in stock quantity and quick to be discontinued due to the nature of obtaining the seeds (e.g. sources dry up). This list may change accordingly.


Balkhi is a pure Afghan landrace cannabis strain collected in the hashish heartland of northern Afghanistan. The compact, heavily branched plants grow in a spherical structure with broad to narrow leaves. Successfully grown indoors and outdoors, reaching between 3 to 10 feet tall. Certain phenotypes display semi-dwarf expressions. Its bulky, resin soaked colas are perfectly suited for hash and concentrate production. Narcotic, sedative, and incredibly sticky Afghani buds. First generation, personally sourced landrace marijuana seeds. Highly recommended to breeders.

Flowering Time October
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield High

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Congolese is a well-known tropical landrace strain sourced from equatorial Africa. The majority of Congolese plants grow tall and willowy with enormous stretch–expect 6–8 times size gains over a lengthy flowering cycle. The buds are quite dense and have a range complex aromas, from chocolate all the way to leather. Long-lasting, euphoric high. This particular seed line has undergone several generations of selective breeding to ensure success both outdoors and indoors. It is believed to be a pure inbred line that has not been crossed to modern hybrids, ideal for breeders and fans of old-school cannabis.

Flowering Time 90-120 days
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds

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Ciskei is a compact mountain sativa strain native to the former Bantustan territory in the Drakensberg mountains of South Africa at 5000–6500 ft. elevation. The plants stay quite small and bushy, even during flowering. A very fast yielder for a sativa, likely due to the nighttime temperatures dropping significantly during early autumn in the plant’s home climate. Fruity, green apple buds that give a stimulating, social high. These are 5th generation Highland South African seeds that came from a 1990’s release by a Swiss seed company forced to cease operations. Tropical Seeds was given 40 of the original seeds to produce Ciskei.

Flowering Time 55-65 Days; Early Autumn
Released By Tropical Seeds
Pack Size 5/10 seeds
Yield High

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Ethiopian by Ace Seeds is a third generation subtropical African sativa strain sourced from Ethiopia. The seeds grow into tall, vigorous plants that exhibit flexible branching with long internode length, and show a high resistance to moisture, molds, wind and heat. Ethiopian sativa flowering times are long, being ready to harvest outdoors near the 3rd week of November. Indoor growers are recommended to flower Ethiopian plants early and be careful of overfeeding, N especially. Earthy and woody sativa aromas. The buds give a high energy, happy, positive high.

Flowering Time 91-98 days; Late November
Released By Ace Seeds
Pack Size 5/10 seeds
Yield Medium-High

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Highland Thai

Highland Thai comes from the Burmese border regions of northern and northwestern Thailand, traditionally grown by the local hill tribes, including the Lahu people. A unique cultivar that develops irregular branching, large calyxes and slightly dense buds that differentiates it from the Thai-Lao strains. The effect is also more calming compared to the fierce psychedelic high that many Southeast Asian strains usually give. A rare and unusual landrace sativa recommended for collectors and breeders, Highland Thai plants are ready to harvest late in December and display a range of fruity, colorful phenotypes. The seeds are second generation produced by open pollination.

Flowering Time 18 Weeks; Late December
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield 1-2 kg/plant

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Honduras by Ace Seeds is a 100% pure sativa second generation landrace cannabis strain from Central America. The plants grow quickly during the early stages of growth and appear in structure and life-cycle similar to old-time lowland Colombian strains, while the terpene profiles and effects are more akin to old Mexican sativa strains or African sativas. Outdoors, Honduras yields high in the right climate that allows for late harvests in November. Indoors, powerful lighting is needed to mimic the subtropical sun. Growers may begin flowering 11 hours on/13 hours off at 15 days from seed or 7 days from clones to control stretch. The buds are floral, citrusy and give energetic, euphoric effects.

Flowering Time 98 Days; November
Released By Ace Seeds
Pack Size 5/10 seeds
Yield Very High

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Kerala is a pure South Indian landrace from the equatorial highland district of Idukki, known to produce the finest ganja in South India. Keralan strains are most famously known for their genetic contribution to the modern hybrids White Widow and Haze. A true tropical sativa that grows from 6 to over 12 feet tall, Kerala forms characteristic bamboo-like leaflets and structures into a tree formation. Ready to harvest after a long wait, with phenos ranging from late October to even February. Resinous, minty buds give a pungent sweet smoke with elevated THC levels. Seeds are the second generation from the original accession, reproduced by open pollination.

Flowering Time November – Early February
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield Medium

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In the Rif mountains of northern Morrocco, Ketama is best known around the world as Morocco’s Hash Capital. The cannabis plants from Ketama are adapted to growing in the local arid conditions with barren, rocky soil and are naturally ideal hashish production plants. Ketama by World of Seeds are a high yield, pure indica variety chosen from a huge collection of seeds WOS brought back from Rif and reproduced. The large, fast-flowering, resinous buds are ready as early as September outdoors and give strong odors of the best Moroccan Hash. High resistance to pests, diseases and medium resistance to mold.

Flowering Time 7-8 Weeks; Late September
Released By World of Seeds
Pack Size 3/7/10/12 seeds
Yield Indoors: 300-400 g/m2; Outdoors: 400-500 g/plant

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Kumaoni is a pure Himalayan charas plant personally collected from source at the villages in the Kumaon Himalayas, near the borders of Nepal and Tibet. The resilient plants are adapted to pounding rain, cold, and humidity, making Kumaoni a well-suited variety for northern climate outdoor growers. Kumaoni’s fluffy buds high in resin produce a harder and coarser charas than the the Parvati types and gives users a bright, outgoing stoney high.

Flowering Time Mid-October – Early November
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield 1-2 kg/plant

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Kwazulu is a quick-flowering landrace pure sativa strain obtained from wild cannabis plants growing along the north-facing slopes of South Africa’s Drakensberg ridge, since maintained by World of Seeds. An incredible cultivar that flourishes in various climates, Kwazulu seeds are easy to grow both indoors and outdoors, being ready to harvest in October for the northern hemisphere. Yields competitive quantities of mold resistant, big sweet buds tested up to 20% THC.

Flowering Time 8-9 Weeks; Mid-October
Released By World of Seeds
Pack Size 3/7/10/12 seeds
Yield Indoors: 350 g/m2; Outdoors: 450-500 g/plant

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Lebanon is home of the famous Lebanese Red hashish, made from the powerful, highly resinous cannabis indica plants grown in the region. The Lebanese seeds by The Real Seed Co. are the earliest maturing strain the company offers. First obtained by RSC in 2008, the current stock is bred using the same first generation seeds. The plants typically do not grow above 5 feet tall in a spherical bushy or columnar growth structure, some phenos turn red colors during late flowering. Outdoors, Lebanese plants are ready to harvest from September to October. Its dense, hard-hitting buds give sweet pine and fruity aromas.

Flowering Time Early September – Early October
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield High

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Malana Cream

Sourced directly from Malana village, this famous North Indian Himalaya charas landrace sativa is used to make the legendary hand-rubbed high-mountain charas, Malana Cream. The resin of Malana Cream plants is world-renowned for its bold aromas, sticky consistency and heady, cerebral high. Malana Cream seeds grow vigorously into resilient, tall, lanky structured plants that can reach past 3 meters tall, producing sweet aromatic flowers gleaming with trichomes and dripping in resin. The high gives a nice cerebral buzz and can be psychedelic in large doses.

Flowering Time Late September – October
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield High

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Malawi Gold

Malawi Gold is an equatorial landrace sativa most famously known together with “Malawi Cobs”, a traditional curing method where the buds are wrapped and stored in corn husks. These Malawi Gold seeds come from the Nkhotakota region of Malawi and were chosen by Afropips after 10 years of research alongside some of the region’s best cannabis growers. Since Afropips seed stock has been discontinued, RSC has maintained the genetics for growers and collectors. Malawi Gold plants grow from 6 to 13 feet tall and produce sweet, floral sativa buds containing a high THCV content that give clear, uplifting effects.

Flowering Time 14-16 Weeks; Long Flowering
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield High

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Manipuri is a strong, landrace sativa strain with a long flowering time sourced from Imphal Valley, in the the Indian state of Manipur, located in Northeast India on the Myanmar border. Cultivated by the Meitei people of Manipur who have a long tradition of growing cannabis. The plants grow up to 4 meters tall and with most phenotypes displaying green, citrus earthy flavors while the prized chahao (black sticky rice) phenos are dark purple. Similar to a Thai or Lao strain but distinctly smooth. Harvest outdoors is late in December or even January.

Flowering Time Mid-December – Mid-January
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield Medium-High

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Mazar-I-Sharif is a top-shelf indica landrace strain that comes from the desert towns of Balkh, Mazar-i-Sharif and Sheberghan, in the far north of Afghanistan near the borders of Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The Mazar-i-Sharif strain grows into large, hashy indica plants that can reach over 12 feet tall and produce an immense yield of intensely resinous flowers. In their native climate, Mazar-I-Sharif handles cold weather well and even snow, turning a deep red color in lower temperatures, which is why growers prefer to harvest as late as winter outdoors. Its buds have a distinctly pungent, sweet smell and gives dreamy, couch-lock narcotic effects. Seeds are 3rd generation from the 2007 Afghan charas and seed merchant in Peshawar.

Flowering Time 60-82 Days; October
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield Indoors: 300 g/m2; Outdoors: 1.5-2 kg/plant

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Nepalese is an authentic first generation Nepalese landrace strain direct from Rolpha in Midwestern Nepal, a major charas production area of the old-school Nepalese Temple Balls from the Hippie Trail era. Nepalese seeds grow into big sativa plants, 3 to 4 meters tall, with long branches and resinous colas. Ready to harvest in outdoor climates from Mid-October through November. Floral and fruity buds with a high resin production.

Flowering Time Mid-October – November
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield 1 kg+/plant

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Pakistan Chitral Kush

One of the most beautiful indicas that Cannabiogen has ever grown, Pakistan Chitral Kush is a pure indica strain originally sourced from the Chitral District northern Pakistan, famous for its hash. The genetics have been inbred in the Iberian Peninsula since the mid-nineties and since reproduced by Cannabiogen seeds. The colorful red, purple and green plants show a surprising resistance to fungus and rain issues. Grows into medium-sized plants. Pakistan Chitral Kush is a prime breeder’s tool that has been used as a parent to develop many great fast flowering hybrids. Its resin-soaked fruity buds give a chill body stone.

Flowering Time 8-9 Weeks; End of September
Released By Cannabiogen
Pack Size 1/3/5/10 seeds
Yield Medium

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Pakistan Valley

Pakistan Valley by World of Seeds is a selectively-bred pure indica strain sourced from the Hindu Kush mountains of northern Pakistan. A favorite hardy indica strain for indoor growers, Pakistan Valley seeds grow into fast flowering, compact plants with many side branches. Shows good resistance to drought and moderate resistance to mold and pests. Outdoors the bulky plants are ready to harvest around early October in northern areas. The pungent resinous buds of Pakistan Valley have been measured containing 21.2% THC and give a strong, sedative high.

Flowering Time 45-55 Days; Early October
Released By World of Seeds
Pack Size 3/7/10/12 seeds
Yield Indoors: 400 g/m2; Outdoors: 500-600 g/plant

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Parvati is a resinous charas landrace strain from the Parvati Valley region of the Indian Himalaya. Parvati plants make soft, sticky charas akin to the famed Malana Cream, included above on this list. Parvati seeds germinate into tall, lanky plants that can reach over 15 ft. tall with long internodes and sparse buds, similar to other Himalayan landrace strains. A good strain for growing outdoors in damp, northern climates that handles rain, humidity and wind well. The buds are floral, fruity and very hashy. Seeds are sourced personally in Parvati by RSC.

Flowering Time Mid-October – Early November
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield 1-2 kg/plant

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Sinai is a cannabis strain cultivated deep in the desert mountains of Egypt by the Bedouin tribes in the wadis of the Sinai Peninsula, where the plants are grown in camel dung and occasionally mud sourced from the Nile. The demanding, hot 100°F summers help to create a hardy, heat-resistant plant. Two main phenotypes are seen when grown from seed—a shorter indica that grows in a Christmas tree shape, and a taller sativa that grows like a vine. Sinai is ready to harvest outdoors late September to early October. Its foxtail buds are slightly airy, covered in resin and give a blissful effect. Seeds obtained personally in Sinai.

Flowering Time Late September – Early October
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield High

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A hardy landrace cannabis variety adapted to hot desert summer days and cold nights, Syrian strains share similarities to Lebanese landraces from Bekaa Valley, likely due to Syria’s long tradition of cannabis cultivation, particularly in the mountainous western region bordering Lebanon. Two main phenotypes can be found, a most desirable indica ideal for hash making that stays near 3 feet tall and a more feral sativa that gets up to 5 feet high. Syrian plants benefit from dry periods between watering and the ideal phenos produce dense, “hash plant” buds packed with shiny crystals that give a positive, inspiring and relaxing high. Seeds obtained via local gene bank.

Flowering Time September – October
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield Medium

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Tirah is a pure Hindu Kush landrace strain from Tirah Valley, an area in Northwest Pakistan highly regarded as a center for hashish production. Well known for “Tirah garda”, a blond or golden refined hashish that darkens and melts with age, providing potent, narcotic effects. Tirah landrace plants exhibit a spectrum of phenotypes, from short, heavy, broad-leaf indicas to a more sativa-type variant similar to the “Kyber Sativa” listed in old seedbank catalogs. The seeds are hand-selected from the most resinous, highest yielding and best smelling plants of the 2019 harvest.

Flowering Time Late September – October
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield High

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Ukhrul is a hardy sativa landrace variety cultivated for commercial production by Naga tribes in the highlands of Ukhrul, Manipur. Farmers let the buds get heavily seeded. It is considered a crude “jungle product” compared to Manipuri, while also growing shorter. Roughly half of the population gets purple colors. Its high is described as powerful, energetic, trippy, and comes over in waves. The aroma is floral with hints of mango and fruity syrup.

Flowering Time December – January
Released By The Real Seed Company
Pack Size 5/12 seeds
Yield Medium-High

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Wild Thailand

Wild Thailand is a potent pure sativa strain from the Koh Chang district in Thailand. The genetics have been inbred by local farmers to produce plants with a shorter flowering time with higher yields, and show a high pest and mold resistance. Outdoors, Wild Thailand seeds grow into big plants that finish around late-November. Indoors, growers may want to switch to flowering cycle quickly to control the stretchy growth tendencies of Wild Thailand. The exotic citrus-flavored buds contain a very high 22.3% THC content including THCV which tropical Southeast Asian sativas are renowned for. Racy, euphoric high.

Flowering Time 75-90 Days; End of November
Released By World of Seeds
Pack Size 3/7/10/12 seeds
Yield Indoors: 300 g/m2; Outdoors: 450-500 g/plant

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Your Own Strain Hunt

While the strains on this list can be purchased at an online cannabis seed bank, another fun aspect of growing and breeding is finding your own rare cannabis genetics around the world in person. For example, here’s a Lao sativa that I saw growing in the Bolaven Plateau, near Pakse, Laos. It’s got very long “finger” leaves and the buds give you a speedy, trippy high. More photos on my Tumblr. There’s a lot of interesting genetics out there that you can make unique hybrids with or just enjoy pure.

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Born 1954 & raised in Vancouver BC, Started puffin Weed in 1966′ age 12, My Buddies Older Brother went down to 4th. ave in Kitsilano and scored off the hippies….back then it was all Compressed Kilos of seed weed Mexican,
Seemed like they just tossed in handfuls of seeds in the bricks, we even found Peyote buttons in them….Then Some sensimilla made its way up Gorraro, Yucatan Panama even Acapulco, then different kinds of Columbian Gold Chocolate. There was actually homegrown weed being sold here in the early ’70s it was pounds and pounds of leaf with no bud in it…This gave homegrown a bad name that took many years to break out from. The Jamaican came in so hard-pressed we would heat it up with microwave to get it apart, bout that time the odd bit of super Californian bud was sneaking its way up …and some Maui Wowie made its way across the Pacific from Hawaii into Van. Then the untied Thai was coming in massive loads on mother ships …there was one load that was in vac-packed kilos with paper tags in them with an Eagle on it and it was the kill …lol…Outdoor finally cleaned up its act got organized and up to the times and started pumping out seedless bud …then around 1984//85 people slowly started growing indoor weed here, and It’s popularity took off like wildfire. In the beginning, LB.’s were going for 36 hun. The last big load of untied Thai came in about that time and didn’t do to well the indoor was all the rage. As the years passed if was all indoor and outdoor which kinda peaked at around 23 and then the teens …when 9-11 happened in 2001 the boarders tightened up and we came to a grinding halt on the exports south which caused a huge glut and prices fell dramatically ….In the past couple years to now, the outdoor hit an all-time low around 500/lb and the indoor anywhere from 900 to mid-range kushes etc around 12-14 hun and the high ends /Trip.s up to 17 & 18 hun/lb….
…Then there is the “”Turn Hashish into Ashe’s”” Saga … But I’ll save something for tomorrow … East Van Guy.

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We started in high school with Mexican weed that had a high concentration, also, of seeds. Then came “sinsemilla” from Mexico which was easier to roll and of better quality, coming in from San Diego in kilos. We were then treated to indoor growers in 1971, one growing an African strain that had black, sticky buds that oozed when squeezed (never got to smoke it tho) and one who took the Santa Marta Gold seeds and produced a variety of outdoor and indoor buds, some being called laughing weed as we could not stop laughing when smoking and others that just tasted so nice that those Colombian seeds were the rage. One friend of a friend was arrested in S.F. for trafficking coke and called us, instead of his lawyer, cuz his experimental cross breeding in Oregon of all the Humboldt county seeds he collected, some with Hawaiian strains in the mix, were more important to him to keep from the DEA. We were treated to all those cross breeds as he put a bud and respective seeds in baggies with notes about their origins. We rolled joints and tasted the changes in strains as we smoked down the reefers. All the while, thai weed in stick form came with Panama Red and Alcupulco Gold. And then the bear cage hash was found by a hunter, or two, as the story goes, smuggled in square tubed bear caged, three i believe, and one broke open, losing both bear(s) and cargo. The hash was almost black with opium white streaks in the compressed fingers.

a lot of them good old school strains are gone now. i guess im very lucky to have some 1970s original colombian gold seeds still left

Landrace cannabis seeds list of pure landrace sativa and landrace indica strains to buy in 2021. While many old-school landrace strains are hard to find