My favorite has always been Serious, started with the AK and WR back in like 2001 I trust anything Simon markets. That said Paradise hit a jackpot with Sensi Star, Shanti and Neville have a handful of strains I'd love to get. As far as new school, Next Generation though they don't offer a huge variation of strains have done wonders with what they do have and Cannaventure, again not a huge variation (blueberry's and diesels mostly) but he's done good work.
seeds from somewhere but they used original land race to make new breeds).
Think I'll drift on down where it's at
Where the weed grows green and fine
And wrap myself around of bush of that bright oh Oaxaca vine
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At the moment I am really digging Sannie and Eskobar.
The problem with choosing is that it's very difficult to make an accurate comparison. How many of us have grown out the same strains from different breeders?, if they are even offered. Northern lights by Peak BC is a highly regarded old school strain by many, and for good reason. Sannie/Eskobar don't even work with that strain to my knowledge, but all their indica gear I've grown thus far kicks ass.
So, I can't really choose between the 2 b/c it's apples/oranges.
"There is nothing new under the sun".
Subs gear is great, but now I'm moving on to new things. Bodhi's seeds - awesome this far.
To be honest, if Arijan bred Super Lemon Haze, I had a pheno that was hands down the best tasting/smelling bud I have ever burned.
Last edited by guwall; 06-07-2012 at 02:02 PM.
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