Bubba Kush

Bubba Kush

Its specific leaf structure, stem thickness, density of flower sites and limited node spacing, and dark hues make Bubba Kush stand out in any garden. Very thick flowers ranging from dark black and purple to green depending on the “cut” of this strain.  Remaining constant, Bubba produces Kush style cannabis flowers leaning from golf balls to swollen hearts in shape.The aroma of Bubba Kush is one of those unique scents you will never forget. It often borders on an acrid ammonia smell, but always emits deep, earthy notes. From hints of coffee to dirty feet, Bubba Kush hits the nose a bit differently for everyone.

Super Lemon Haze

 Super Lemon Haze

Withits strong and sweet lemon qualities in both the smell and taste, this strain certainly lives up to its reputation and name when well-grown.  With the Indica lineage present in the Sativa-dominant hybrid, it results in a rather calm experience for a Haze-based strain — rather balanced between head and body effects overall.  The plant grows with short internodes and responds well to topping.  The standard shape for the untrained plant is a Christmas tree-style Sativa, with solid buds that have a high calyx-to-leaf ratio.

Durban Poison

Durban Poison

A landrace Sativa variety from South Africa, Durban Poison is known for its spicy/sweet anise-like smell and taste and it’s clear-headed cerebral effect.  Though it’s a (normally) pure Sativa, most versions finish fairly quickly and don’t stretch like crazy.  Many claim the real South African Durban Poison is very racy and finishes as long as 120 days, but that’s not the case for the versions available in seed form (Afropips and African Seeds seems to be the longest to finish).

 

Lambs Bread

Lambs Bread

A legendary Sativa popularized by the likes of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, Lamb’s Bread (at times called “Lamb’s Breath” or “Lambsbread”) is thought to be a skunk variety but is wholly different, with an extremely uppy and creative Sativa effect.The term “lamb’s bread” is common in the Rastafarian religion, mentioned in many Reggae songs.  As a slang term, it’s also common in Jamaica and simply means great ganja.  Dutch cannabis seed banks have taken to calling the strain “Lamb’s Breath”, erroneously thinking that it was Jamacian being pronounced “bread” or “bred”.Spicy, at times with a slightly putrid smell

 

Cannabis Career Fair

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Tuesday, November 6, 2018

11:00 AM

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Denver, CO 80216