The The Big Dirty has a Lemon and Earthy taste and the the big dirty has a relaxed, hungry and uplifted effects.You cannot buy The Big Dirty seeds in one single seedbank on the internet, as soon as we know a shop which are selling The Big Dirty seeds, we will post it here.
The Big Dirty is a strain with both the indica as the sativa variety and has a THC percentage of 11.5%. This strain has a low percentage of CBD. The Big Dirty has similarities with Girl Scout Cookies, Tangie and White Fire OG and is a combination of 50% indica and 50% sativa. Grow The Big Dirty seeds and get a fine marijuana plant with generous crops. Grow The Big Dirty seeds into a nice and bushy marijuana plant, the The Big Dirty has an average flowering time.
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About The Big Dirty seeds
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The Big Dirty is an indica/sativa variety from unknown origin and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors . .
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The Big Dirty is an evenly balanced hybrid （50% indica/50% sativa） strain with debated heritage – this bud is either a cross of Black Raven and Tangie or Tangie and White Fire OG, depending on who you ask! Even with the debated history of The Big Dirty, it still remains a favorite of users across the country thanks to its full-bodied effects and moderate 10-15% average THC level. The Big Dirty has a slightly hazy euphoric onset that lifts your mind while anchoring it down with unfocused happiness. As your mind falls further and further into mellow euphoria, your body will begin to drop off into a heavily relaxed state that quickly turns stoney and slightly sedative. These effects give The Big Dirty an edge in treating a variety of conditions including chronic pain, depression, muscle spasms, chronic stress or anxiety, and chronic fatigue. This bud has a sweet herbal woody flavor with hints of fresh citrus and spices on exhale. The aroma is very earthy with a sour herbal overtone and touches of sharp spicy citrus. The Big Dirty buds have fluffy piecey dark forest green nugs with orange hairs and a dusty coating of tiny amber crystal trichomes.
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Bayer (Monsanto) and DowDuPont have now joined forces to bring a second generation of GE seeds to market — including 2,4-D-resistant corn and soy approved in 2014 — with the clear intention of duplicating the failed RoundUp Ready model.
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Reliance on GE herbicide-resistance has taken over the U.S. seed market in a relatively short period of time. Since their introduction in 1996, glyphosate-resistant soy climbed to 54% of U.S. acreage by 2000 — and accounted for 92% of U.S. soy acreage by 2008.