Land Mine has the 1994 Pacific North West classic "Dog Shit" strain as its female parent and Do-Si-Dos as the pollen supplier. This explosive ancestry is genetically diverse and gives rise to a wide range of different pheno-types and aromas.
Land Mine will blow your head off if you're not careful! It's a sativa-dominant strain with high levels of THC production. It develops into a tall plant with average yields in the usual 70 day flowering period for Do-Si-Dos hybrids. A few phenos will be shorter and express more of the indica side but growers will probably have to cultivate a high number of plants before they see many of these. The occasional rare pheno-type will be very high in THCV (tetra-hydro-cannabivarin) which is usually present only in equatorial sativas.
Aromas of sweet, savoury and incense abound with a wide and varied assortment of after-tastes. The potency is truly mind-blowing and even very experienced smokers will be stunned. The odd plant will cause partial paralysis so be warned and take care.
About Archive Seeds
In an attempt to preserve original cannabis clones and seed-lines, ThaDocta founded Archive Seeds in the early 2000’s and distributed genetics to closed groups of talented breeders and growers.
A US Company, “The Archive” distributed Clones and seed selections all across the nation, from Southern California, to the North West, Hawaii, the South East, and in every corner of the country.
However, these genetics were only distributed to trusted friends that would uphold the tradition of genetic preservation through verifiable genetic material and strong relations.
ThaDocta charitably donated a large portion of his extensive genetic library of clone only strains to be used in original formation of Rare Dankness seeds (also available at Seedsman).
After over a decade of constant seed growing and clone only comparative analysis and exhaustive verification of authenticity, ThaDocta decided to finally make some of his breeding and rare genetics made available to growers across the planet by creating Archive Seeds.
The long and arduous road that cannabis has taken historically is something deeply entrenched in the attitude of Archive Seeds. The respect for those that came before during prohibition, and made this industry possible is a palpable feeling at the Archive Seedbank, who make many strides to protect and cherish that heritage.
One of the main goals at Archive Seeds is to prevent the corporatization of cannabis and protect the independent farmers. While many sacrifices have been made along the way by Archive, they will never sacrifice their ability to provide the best quality, authentic, heritage cannabis genetics and flowers to the experienced connoisseur, as well as the novice grower looking for the highest quality seeds for a first grow.
Archive Seeds are truly an old school group of breeders who produce their strains with the love and care that the original breeders of the prohibition era did with such dynamism.