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circus peanuts seeds

Circus peanuts seeds

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Flower Cycle: 70-84 Days

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Circus Peanuts is an indica/sativa variety from Green Team Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±77 days ) and outdoors . Green Team Genetics’ Circus Peanuts is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

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BTW, at Selby, they call it A. ‘Mike’s Goliath’. Tom Croat put the handle
that we use on it. He said the inflorescence smelled like the little
things that elephants like. Hot Roasted Peanuts. (Also reminds me of
sitting at tables in the jungles of Ecuador with beer and peanuts, an
experinece that I had a few times. lots of fun. will have this memory also>..)
Dewey

Donna Atwood
Selby Gardens

We have always propagated this plant from cuttings. From seed, if this is
even possible, I would imagine that you will obtain many different kinds of
clones, some of which will not look anything like ‘Circus Peanuts’. The
parents of this hybrid are pretty different, so hybrid progeny might vary
quite a bit. Good Luck!

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