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Mexican

aka Mexico

Mexican refers to the indigenous varieties of cannabis (or landraces) that grow natively in this region of the world. Because of this region’s latitude and climate, these native landrace strains tend to be sativa in structure and effect.

Mexican refers to the indigenous varieties of cannabis (or landraces) that grow natively in this region of the world. Because of this region’s latitude and climate, these native landrace strains tend to be sativa in structure and effect.

Mexican, aka Mexico, is a sativa cannabis strain.

what strains are mexican brickweed?

xX Kid Twist Xx
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Lately I have been seeing nicer brickweed then usual. I have been getting midgrade(arizona) for years but lately it just seems alot better. Less seeds greener plants. It is still so compressed. but out of the nicer batches i have been saving seeds. Im just curious if there could be any gems in there or is it just a waste of time? What strains are these? im on the east coast if that helps any.

sorry if this is the wrong spot for this i just figured you would know the answer the best reef.

Rural_GrowOp
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dj.scotfree
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lonewolf99
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I can’t remember the year, but back in the early-mid 90s some Latino fellas turned up in the Dam to buy suitcases full of seeds, so I reckon the pollution of the native Mexican genes goes back a long way.

I’ve got a collection of seeds from Mexican imports since the early 90s and you can almost trace the introduction of commercial genes, every year the seeds produced plants that were less like the classic Mexicans of the 70s and 80s, 3-4 years ago, last time I grew some, there were plants that looked like Northern Lights or Hashplants mixed in with 12-14 week sativas, a right clusterfuck.

Also, the incidence of hermies has got ever higher, there were always hermies but these days most plants are hermie, or at least from my limited selection they were/are.

Hey reef, apart from the Oaxacan you used in Apple Pie, do you have any other Mexican genetic gems you might release? I crave the old classics like a Minty Michoacan or a Lime tasting Guerreran Verde!

Lately I have been seeing nicer brickweed then usual. I have been getting midgrade(arizona) for years but lately it just seems alot better. Less seeds… ]]>