The Real Seed Company is a group of collectors focused on cannabis landraces. Our speciality is authentic, unhybridised cultigens from Asia, the original homeland of cannabis. [read more]...
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Two Hindu Kush landraces will follow within the next month…
The wider Hindu Kush region is an ancient centre of cannabis cutivation, culture, and biodiversity. Landrace strains from this region are hugely significant and remain far from well-understood in the West.
Note: we've taken the Rasoli off the site because viability is only around 50%, which isn't good enough. If you've already bought these seeds get in touch about replacements at email@example.com
Nepalese: a classic strain from Rolpa, the heartland of Nepali charas - think Nepalese Temple Balls and '60s Hippie Trail Kathmandu. This is a pure landrace, unaffected by modern hybrids, an ever more rare thing with every passing year.
Congolese: an heirloom ganja strain from tropical Africa that's undergone several generations of breeding in the West, making it well-suited to indoors
Meanwhile, a mysterious autoflowering Siberian str...[read more]
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Collected and maintained by Malawi Jim for many years, this classic landrace strain is known for its outstanding high and making great crosses.
Malawi's best ganja landraces are famed for their vibrant, euphoric buzz and unique flavours. They're most closely associated with the Nkhotakota region. Traditionally, flowering tops are made into 'Malawi cobs' by wrapping the seedless or semi-se...[read more]
The answer might surprise you. There's a lot of confusion on this issue, not least among old-timers and respected experts!
Nanda Devi: Landrace Strains and Tall Tales from the Himalayas, a rant about 'strain hunters' that eventually, I hope, develops some interesting insights into Himalayan cannabis culture and landraces: