Kalashnikov Seeds For Sale: Now Available Worldwide
Operating in Southern Russia near the Black Sea, and with associates as far north as Saint Petersburg and as far east as the Chinese border, their size and scope are spectacular. Encouraged by the huge success in their home country, they went on to take over Europe and beyond. Growers in Germany, Poland, Spain, Italy and the UK, as well as participants of international cannabis events, are all well acquainted with these strong and hardy genetics, and now that Kalashnikov seeds are featured at Herbies and other online shops that ship globally, growers all over the world can try them.
A Terrifying Weapon Depo Based On AK Genetics
This seed bank bears the name of Kalashnikov, the inventor of the famous assault rifle, which is now certainly low-tech but dependable and deadly, and can be easily mass-produced to conquer the world. The same can be said of AK-47 genetics: these plants are easy to grow and hard to kill, and need just one hit to get the job done. Kalashnikov breeders used their favorite Serious Seeds version of AK, which they crossed with various Russian, Eastern European and Afghan landraces, as well as many commercial varieties from the Dutch and Spanish markets.
Kalashnikov Seed Bank Breeds Weed For Harsh Climates
You don’t stand a chance in Russia’s market if you don’t offer strains that are super fast and cold-resistant. Kalashnikov Seeds has proven time and time again to be up to the task. The enhanced resilience of their varieties will be appreciated by growers in places like Canada and Northern Europe, as well as the high latitude territories of the Southern Hemisphere and mountainous regions. And if your climate is even harsher than that, you’ll certainly find a strain that you can bring to full maturity outdoors among Kalashnikov’s very fast and cold-resistant autos.
Kalashnikov’s Express Strains Are A Real Genetic Breakthrough
Besides many hardy and fast-flowering feminized and autoflowering varieties, the company features something unique: their so-called Express strains. Since Kalashnikov Seeds keeps their genetic makeup a secret, we can only guess that they probably have some Ruderalis DNA in them. However, these plants are not autoflowers. They won’t start forming buds in the middle of the summer, but you can count on their maturing in October – a full two weeks earlier than their traditional feminized counterparts. These genetics can also be kept as mother plants. Express strains definitely deserve to be in the collection of every outdoor gardener.
Official website: Kalashnikov Seeds