My main hobby and pride is growing and taking care of smallfruit. I am now slowly reaching the point were I have almost all the cultivars I want.
Every year it gets harder and harder to find the missing ones. My worst nightmare is patented cultivars like the Fallcreek collection.
Want to ask me anything about growing blueberries or gooseberries or the different cultivars. Feel free!
Could anyone with any experience with high cbd, low thc strains give me a suggestions on a strain and seed source? I''m looking to grow a plant for medical day use for someone not wanting a noticable high.
The chat rep here said
"We are so sorry for the confusion, as the Cultivar Collection, TruFlower minis, and Ground TruFlower are not eligible for any patient discounts. Also, the Veterans and SNAP cardholder discounts may be stacked together for any other medications. We are sending you a message to look into why your discounts were not stacked for the TruShatter you purchased, u/IamRealperson1."
Saw this on another post and wanted to make a thread about it to discuss and confirm this. The chat rep has been wrong before, but if this is true.. wtf been using my snap discount on minis since they dropped.
Does trulieve not care about the veterans or snap holders? The prices shouldn't go up especially for the people who protected our country
Idk about everyone else. But my local Trulieve has always stacked my discounts so I get 30%(vet and snap).
I was just in there for the first time in awhile and after picking out an 1/8 and a g of shatter I was told they can no longer discount the cultivar collection. So instead of spending $40 an 1/8 I spent $58 an 1/8.
I immediately regretted spending that much on 3.5 grams. I haven't even opened it yet. I want to take it back maybe idk yet.
Just figured everyone should know before you go. It thru me off. Also only got 20%off on the shatter
Hi everyone. I’ve read some reports that indicate that seeds from exotic cultivars can be at best unreliable and at worst utter scams. I’ve also read that the parent plant may not be phenotypically similar to the seeds it grows (I.E. B52 seeds not growing into a B52 cultivar.)
Has anyone purchased seeds from a reputable distributor whom they’ve had luck with?
Thanks for the input.
Let's talk about the difference between cultivars and varieties! After our little poll last week, it turns out most of us knew there was a difference, but didn't know why. Half as many people were quite familiar with the differences, but this post is for everybody!
A variety is a genetic variant of a plant species.
A cultivar is a cultivated-variety, or, a variety cultivated specifically for its unique properties (could be colour, flavour, growth habit, etc).
The result of cross pollinating two different plant varieties and growing the seed collected from the resulting offspring
A locally adapted, traditional variety of a plant that has developed over time, through adaptation to its natural and cultural environment. Often open pollinated, and thus more genetically diverse and conventional cultivars.
An open-pollinated cultivar that was commonly grown historically. Not used in modern industrial agriculture.
I've written a little more extensively on the subject on the Permapeople blog: Cultivar vs. variety — and landrace too