Greensleeves Genetics

Greensleeves Genetics

Greensleeves Genetics @ SeedFinders Breeders Database

Here you can find all information about the cannabis breeder Greensleeves Genetics. We've collected data about 5 Cannabis Strains breed by Greensleeves Genetics. Click on the strains to find more informations, pictures, reviews, comparisons and sources for a variety - and/or check out the Breeder Info here at the page to find out more about Greensleeves Genetics. Its also possible to visualize all Greensleeves Genetics strains together with all their Parents or Hybrids with our dynamic maps - check it out!

5 Cannabis Strains

Name of the strain Indica or Sativa? Indoor or Outdoor? Flowering time in days Female seeds? Buy-Bar: Shop-Checker User-Votings
Grape Gum indica/sativa Indoor, Outdoor, Greenhouse 65
Koji OG mostly indica Indoor 60
Purple Gorillas mostly indica Indoor 50
Snow City mostly sativa Indoor, Outdoor, Greenhouse 60
Waay Tasty Haze mostly sativa Indoor, Outdoor, Greenhouse 65

More info about this breeder:

Greensleeves Genetics is an Alaskan based cannabis company providing dried cannabis flowers, seeds & cuttings to the recreational market. Lead breeder & genetics enthusiast of company is Ben Luedtke. We do rigorous smoke, laboratory and grow tests of every strain. Whether they’re a fan favorite thats been around for decades, new school fire or one of our in-house hybrids.
Greensleeves was officially created in 2014 by founders who have experience, research, developments and roots cultivation trailing back to 2007. We spend a lot of time hunting down what we consider remarkable genetic traits - captivating aromas, drool causing tastes, head turning appearance and big effects. Along with our production and end product, we’d like to also keep our planet as clean and original as possible. We try to have little to zero waste by utilizing state of the art & energy efficient equipment, procedures, and growing methods. Seeds are produced under safe, energy efficient, ergonomically and non wasteful practices because its important that we do not harm our consumers or other living things throughout our production process.