dragon with matches seeds

dragon with matches seeds . A Guide into the world of marijuana production. Growing Exposed is a hosted television series that documents cannabis garden tours, checking out the latest and greatest in the hydroponic industry. Giving the viewer unprecedented access to the growing list of legal gardens and experts across North America.

For generations Northern California growers have flocked to this region to work on perfecting the outdoor grow. With their knowledge being passed down and added to over the years it is no surprise that they grow some of the most incredible cannabis in the entire world.
Scarlett Fire is not only the name of the Farm but they also have a variety called Scarlett Fire that Brian bred himself. Durban Poison x Yeti OG. Brian explains “It is a very short Durban Poison” which is great for finishing late September or early October before the rain hits in Humboldt County.

We also visit Royal Gold Soils during the episode to take an intimate tour of their facility and learn why quality control is so vital to a consistent, high quality cannabis grower like Scarlett Fire Farms.
“It’s destiny, every day I walk through these things and say holy crap… I’ve taken it to this!!” explains Brian.
Manufactured in the heart of Humboldt, Royal Gold is well known for consistent, high quality products loved by both indoor and outdoor growers.
Carved into a mountainside… we took a journey up some steep terrain of cliffs and canyons to reach Scarlet Fire Farms to catch up with Brian, who is also known as Dragon with Matches. Brian is a veteran in the industry with two decades under his belt as he has been involved since the early days of growing guerrilla style in the woods. Following the Grateful Dead in New Jersey around the country and ending up in Humboldt County, Brian unknowingly never left this growers paradise.
The Scarlet Fire Farms tour is led by our veteran tour guide Justin and as usual we get into what sets this farm apart. Brain explains he uses and practices a Korean farming technique that involves using an ancient fermentation process which has been used for centuries.

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At Dragon With Matches they go big with their plant growing cannabis in a row crop. A row crop is a crop that can be planted in rows wide enough to be tilled. Here they grow massive outdoor cannabis plants that reach 10 feet tall, or as high as an NBA basket ball hoop. Brian adds that he makes sure that his plants have lots of space and structure. He supports these huge colas by using metal trellis netting that is so strong, Brian demonstrates how he can literally climb up them.

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Dragon with matches seeds

Sativa Beast… Dutch Dragon, an award winner and one of our original strains, continues to be a popular choice thanks to its big harvest potential.

This plant has its roots in the African continent, the original genetics travelling their way from Swaziland to Euroland a few years ago. A potent plant famed for its power, this fiery (but irie) sativa has been crossed with Dutch breeds to make it a reliable plant with a high reward count. Strong and bushy in the tradition of a good sativas, it is a high yield plant that likes to grow if you let it

The Dutch Dragon has its fans in the indoor growing community. Because of its natural tendency to reach for the light (artificial and natural), this beast may be a challenge if your growing space is height restricted, but is easily tamed with some training. If the indoor space is big enough to allow the beast to go for it, the result is fast and vigorous growth that yields very big.

This is a great strain for the outdoor growing novice, especially for those gardening in the southern hemisphere, from the likes of Spain and Italy in Europe to southern areas of the USA and South America. A Mediterranean climate and saturated sunshine are the right ingredients for plants to grow into mighty bushes (we have seen some as high as 3 meters). It’s in the genes! Outdoors, in the northern regions of the planet, the Dragon needs to be left until mid October before cutting down.

Expect to harvest a decent return (that will far exceed guidelines if the outdoor environment is right). The African heritage of this plant equips it with sticky colas that produce buds as thick as a dragon’s tails and oh so sweet!

This is upful bud, a buzz that brings a big smile in the morning smile, allowing creativity to flow through the day while still getting things done and answering the phone. For the evening its audio visual enhancement powers will will make your night sparkle.

Award winning sativa/indica with a tendency to grow large, its huge harvest potential comes with a narcotic buzz and a real creative