DR GRINSPOON STRAIN
Don't miss out on this highly regarded classic with a pure Sativa buzz.
Dr Grinspoon Cannabis Seeds
Dr. Grinspoon strain by Barneys Farm
A strain named in honour of an amazing Cannabis advocate, researcher and author, Dr Lester Grinspoon. This is a pure heirloom Sativa which grows tall and thin.
This plant requires a longer flowering time, but when mature the colas resemble compact green and reddish brown beads. These loosely hang on thin stems, the buds give a lemon and sumac scent and produce a light smoke with tangy tropical fruit aromas. Dr. Grinspoon strain offers an old school Sativa of the highest order, which gives a strong, long lasting, energetic and cerebral high.
Is Dr Grinspoon Indica or Sativa?
The Dr Grinspoon strain by Barneys Farm is 100% Sativa .
What is the best way to store my Dr Grinspoon strain seeds?
To properly store Dr Grinspoon seeds, it is recommended to keep them cool and dark in an airtight container ideally in a refrigerator with proper labeling and dating, avoiding freezing.
What is the best method to germinate Dr Grinspoon strain seeds?
There are numerous techniques for germinating Dr Grinspoon cannabis seeds if it is allowed in your location. The paper towel method is a common method in which the Dr Grinspoon seeds are placed on a damp paper towel and covered with another damp paper towel to keep them moist. After that, keep the paper towel in a warm, dark spot and check on it every day to ensure that it remains moist. When the Dr Grinspoon seeds have germinated, gently place them in soil or similar growth media.
What is the best temperature for germinating Dr Grinspoon cannabis seeds?
Dr Grinspoon cannabis seeds germinate in temperatures from 70°F-90°F (21°C-32°C) Temperatures below 70°F (21°C) and above 90°F (32°C) can prevent or compromise healthy germination. Low temperatures delay or even stop germination. High temperatures can cause poor germination, stunted or slow growth also increases the possibility of seedlings drying out.
Dr Grinspoon strain cannabis seeds are sold strictly for souvenirs, storage, and genetic preservation.