Preserved Cultivars

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Theses are the current cultivars that we are preserving at the moment.
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To accurately describe these amazing plants we work with, the terms “narrow leaf cultivar” and “broad leaf cultivar” were chosen because indica and sativa seem to fall short in their descriptions and consistencies.

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Pure “Hash Plant” Cultivars (NLC/BLC)

Kunduz, Afghanistan

Gorgeous, uniform, tamed hash plant from the Kunduz region in Afghanistan. Starting out BLC and slightly narrowing as time goes on, this lovely strain grows compact, bushy females and elongated, vigorous males. Male flowers have slightly more space and variability compared to female flowers, allowing the astute breeder to select for whatever cola size and shape she desires. Females displayed tight colas in a multi-topped bush format, with chocolate, oil and metallic marjoram making up the most prominent terpene notes when growing. These completely change after curing to sour apple predominance. We noticed extreme resistance to fungus gnats, botrytis, and powder mildew. An all-star cultivar overall, Kunduz will be included in many projects where pest and disease resistance is needed.

  • Type: Hash Plant, Broad Leaf Cultivar
  • Notes: Chocolate, metallic marjoram, oil, sour apples, burnt orange rind
  • Growth Pattern: Multi-Topped Bush
  • Flowering Time: 9+ weeks

Jalalabad, Afghanistan

(In R/D, not yet available for donation, small test batch made, hybridized to Kunduz. Will be reproduced to maintain this amazing line)

Pure, NLC (Narrow Leaf Cultivar) type hash plant from Jalalabad, Afghanistan. About 300 seeds were collected from the field and some were passed on to us.

Two phenotypes noticed:
1. Lanky, faster flowering, BLC to NLC. Loose flower structure, which some call larf but we call dry sift heaven. Side branches grew the same height as the main cola, with very little further branching coming from the main stems. Gorgeous fade of purple and red into late flower, while lower leaves remained dark green throughout her life. Her aroma could be described as chocolate, purple and musk. The chocolate smell developed as time went by, and isn’t reminiscent of low quality chocolate but of a deeper, richer dark.
2. Bush like, slower flowering, BLC to start NLC to finish. This lady is my favorite so far. She shows immaculate drought and flood tolerance, as well as high tolerance to fungus gnats. She was much shorter than her sister, and formed a bush by herself. Flowers formed from the bottom nodes to the top, which shows possibility for high yields in an outdoor environment. She started out lime green and stayed that way throughout her life. Her flowers are bulbous and dense, smelling like purple. Not in the GDP way, but with more of a musk and less of a sweetness.

  • Type: Hash Plant, Broad Leaf Cultivar
  • Notes: Chocolate, “purple,” parsley
  • Growth Pattern: Multi-Topped Bush
  • Flowering Time: 9+ weeks

“Hash Plant” Hybrids

Gorilla Glue # 4 x Kunduz, Afghanistan F1

These are one of the most exciting prospects in our lineup right now. In R/D, untested F1
Hoping to bring greater structure to the Glue’s colas, as well as increased chocolate from the Kunduz.

OG Paki Chem x Kunduz, Afghanistan F1

Seeds kept from OG leaning mother. Straight gas, soda can colas indoors. Amazingly strong stems, resistant to Botrytis and fungus gnats and powder mildew. Untested F1

Pure Narrow Leaf Cultivars

Narrow Leaf Cultivar Hybrids

The Love Cartel

^This sweet mama displayed “AutoMexico” traits, notice the flower structure and if you could smell, the heavy black pepper nose.

Narrow Leaf Cultivar, composed of Moroccan, Cambodian, and AutoMexican genetics.
This story is a bit of a long one. In 2013 seeds were sourced from Morocco and Cambodia, and hybridized together in 2015 for two generations. The “autoMexico” variety came from Butte County, California, in which a cartel was growing an autoflower variety to sell pounds of seeds. Through an acquaintance of a friend, who was in cahoots with the cartel (Oroville crazy hill type guy, glad I didn’t meet him) these seeds were passed on eventually to me. In 2015, sixteen females were grown out on the coast in Humboldt. Fifteen rotted during flower, and the one that remained was heavily pollinated. The progeny of this plant, while growing like an autoflower, displayed many traits of Mexican NLC.
The favorite of the AutoMexico pollinated the long flowering pure Cambodian clone, which produced heavily autoflower dominant offspring, the favorite of which smelled exactly like Shrimp Top Raman. Top Raman’s brother was then used to pollinate the choice Morocco x (Cambodia x Morocco), and The Love Cartel was born.

She does amazing outdoors on the coast and has not been tested indoors yet. She shows heavy resistance to Powder mildew, Russet mites, and spider mites, with above average resistance to botrytis.

She forms a bushy, “sativa” type growth pattern with heavy side branching. She LOVES to be tied down in a “low stress training” type system, which drastically increases her bud sites. The earliest phenotypes are harvested full moon in October (around 2nd week 2020) and she is currently being selected for early flowering phenotypes that can provide a true NLC experience to growers in the Pacific North West.

  • Type: Narrow Leaf Cultivar, Outdoor Loving.
  • Notes: Carrot, parsnip, mango, soap , haze
  • Growth Pattern: Pine Tree, Some vining phenos loves being manipulated with LST
  • Flowering Time: Second week of October outdoors in Humboldt


Going on the 5th year of this project in 2021, HiTech a backcross of a wild type, 24+ week flowering Cambodian mom with the Panama standard line from Ace Seeds, back to the Cambodian four times to date. Each round the “most cambodian” male was selected from the batch and backcrossed to our Cambodian clone. Plants are semi uniform in growth and appearance, preferring an indoor light schedule with gradual light increases to reflect her tropical ancestry. Starting under 13/11, she usually reaches three feet before any sign of flowering is noticed. Changing gradually (~2 minutes per day) or semi gradually (~30 minutes every 2 weeks) produces much greater health in the plant then keeping her on the stressful 12/12 only. I say stressful because of how she reacts, looking lower in health then her more “natural” counterparts and endlessly flowering.

Flower structure is predominantly spindly, none-rocking NLC type growth that can reach massive sizes if she is happy.

  • Type: Narrow Leaf Cultivar, Indoor loving
  • Notes: Strawberry, Mango, Haze, Carrots, rusty pole
  • Growth Pattern: Pine Tree, Some vining phenos loves being manipulated with LST
  • Flowering Time: Second week of October outdoors in Humboldt

Arcata Pine

Arcata Pine is a lovely NLC hybrid composed of Cambodian, Moroccan, and Panamanian genetics. Cambodia sourced in 2013 by the homie, same as Moroccan. Moroccan seems to be a Skunk/Beldia hybrid. Much of the growth pattern of the F1 Cambodia x Morocco hybrid resulted in Skunk like growth patterns. The subsequent cross back to Morocco produced VERY early flowering phenotypes, which is why this farmer believes the Beldia lies hidden in the genotype.
The Panama male used in the crosses was chosen from Ace’ Seeds Panama Standard line. The green phenotype was selected for outdoors in Northern California on the coast. He displayed bamboo like growth patterns, dense floral clusters and reeked of limonene.

Arcata Pine grows in a “pine tree” type growth pattern, with strong lateral branching and a huge cola to top her off. She grows great in lower light conditions, and responds very well to low stress training. High botrytis resistance, as well as high mite resistance. Slightly susceptible to PM, when she was grown, slightly diluted Kombucha vinegar (home made) solved this easy “problem,” which was probably related to unworked backyard soil instead of her genetic potential.

  • Type: Narrow Leaf Cultivar, Indoor loving
  • Notes: Carrots, earth, gasoline, “trainwreck”
  • Growth Pattern: Pine Tree, Some vining phenos loves being manipulated with LST
  • Flowering Time: Second week of October outdoors in Humboldt
Siberian Ruderalis (NLC)

HiTech x Ruderalis ( In development)


Black Lime Special Reserve
OG Paki Chem