Celebrate all the progress we’ve made with these Labor Day picks:
The new pheno of Gas Leak starting to make inroads in the San Francisco Bay Area is definitely a great note to end your vacation on. We sampled the Foxworthy Farms cultivated destroyer and were impressed as soon as we got our nose on it. It was grown in a collaboration with the popular extract artists and cultivators over at Candystripe Concentrates who oversaw the propagation of the pheno. The genetic line on it is quite a spectacle, a pairing of the always infamous Chem 91 and a stabilizing Chemdawg male done by South Fork Seed Collective. The end result is something only true high-end genetics can hope to compete with. It’s easily reminiscent of some of the best OG and Sour Diesels you’ve ever seen. Keep an eye out for Gas Leak to blow up in the not too distant future.
Gas Leak bred by @south_fork_seeds pheno selected and grown by us! #stonehill #gasleak #chemdawg #chem91 #sho #hashoil #bongbeauties #rosinrevolution #dabs #cannabis #stoner #710 #710society #og #terps #shatter #stoned #hightimes #wfayo #dank #0ppm #kusharmy #stoner #420life #solventfree #LA #sf #headyglass #bayareadabbers #losganjales
While most folks never have to worry about the structural integrity of their trophy case, the growers at Alienlabs refuse to live that after taking home a podium spot in every major California pot contest except for the Emerald Cup. Their Zookies drops are currently one of the more hyped events on the sesh scene in California’s state capital Sacramento. Zookies is a cross from the trademark war embattled “GG4” and Animal Cookies. GG4, of course, won the Cannabis Now NCIA Mini Cannabis Championship earlier this summer. Animal Cookies was one of the first Cookie variations seen early in the decade. Many thought it to be a stray bag seed but it was generally banging. You might be lucky and score some soon.
While Mimosa took home the champion of summer award with its #26 pheno taking first place at California mega-festival Chalice, the Jungle Boy’s had plenty of hits this summer and we really enjoyed their Sundae Driver. We’re not the only ones, The Smoker’s Club reported on an Instagram auction where a pack of the Cannarado Genetics strain went for over $2,000. According to Ivan from the Jungle Boys, Sundae Driver was one of the most productive propagation runs the famed LA phenotype hunters have ever done. You’ll have to wait for later this fall in Cannabis Now Magazine to get the whole story though.
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