Along our journeys we meet Bredren and Sistren that have been farming for a longtime. What shines out from among all the farmers we meet is that they have taught themselves about cross breeding and Ganja Genetics.
These teachings come from local ‘general’ farming knowledge about pollenation, the unique climate of each region and trial and error.
*St John, slightly hybridized along the way, this strain packs a citrus punch.*
Along our journeys we meet like minded people that have been farming for a long time. What shines out from among all the farmers we meet is that they have taught themselves about cross breeding and Ganja Genetics.
These teachings come from local ‘general’ farming knowledge about pollination, the unique climate of each region and trial and error. There are some outstanding results going as far as 3rd generation and we wish to share these with you.
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Durban magic is harvested in the valley of 1000 hills, an area named after the thousands of lush green hills that tumble down to the raging Umgeni river that flows from the far Drakensberg mountain. The plant thrives on foothills, near winding rivers and is nurtured by the dappled light that gleams through the canopy of surrounding forest.
These plants grow in the heart of the wild coast, on the banks of rivers that wind between idyllic cliffs towards the sparkling ocean. Growing close to Coffee bay, so named after the hundreds of coffee trees that grew from beans scattered by a shipwreck long ago, these genetics may have also been part of that precious ancient cargo.
In the High mountainous Kingdom of Lesotho Cannabis Sativa has been grown for generations. It is locally know as " Matekoane" and has a large export market. As with many countries early history is mixed with myth and Ledgend but it is well know that new African settlers in the Lesotho made business deals with the local San tribe and it is said that land was swapped for Cannabis as far back as 1550.
Harvested inland, in the rocky and mountainous region of Swaziland this plant grows majestically tall and plentiful. Swazi Gold is very resilient to all weather conditions and the climate varies from tropical to near temperate but is consistently hot and humid. December is the stormy, wet mid-summer season and June the dry mid-winter season. The phenotypes found within this lineage could be very deeply rooted in Earth’s history of cannabis.Weather Resistant, Tall, Highly Resinous, Earthy, Sweet, Spicy