Lineage: (White Fire OG #43 x Chem91) x Iranian Landrace
I had the pleasure of being gifted a pack of the the WiFi OG #43 x Chem 91 from CSI Humboldt. After growing them out, I could instantly tell why CSI is so well regarded as a breeder. The cuts used in this cross were amazing powerhouses of potency. To be very clear and honest, I only had 3 females to work with as I believe this pack might have been a freebie since it was not listed on his site. Nevertheless, I could’ve picked any of the three to pollinate as they were all similar in look, structure, flavor, and potency. I picked the one that had the most Chem profile, and though it was hard to distinguish, I believe it was the strongest of the three. While this might be considered a hybrid, It definitely leans toward indica and the potency leaves you a wash in complete euphoria with a very relaxing yet not overstating body high.
As with the Seeds of Compassion crosses, I wanted to maintain its Indica dominance, but also introduce some landrace heritage. So, I choose an Iranian male for its stout Christmas tree like structure, large heavily yielding flower clusters, and robust and sticky stem rub. The Iranian line, which was gifted to me by a friend whose family still resides in Iran, was unique in its diverse expression of phenotypes, particularly it’s range of terpene profiles. From shorter Indica’s to more hybrid structures, the Iranians were most likely seed stock from an open pollinated field. The females profiles in the line, expressed everything from sweet berries and citrus to earthy musk and acrid chemicals, as well as pepper and spices. The effects are a complete uplifting happiness that often results in fits of giggles.
Out of the three crosses in the Zoro Series, Good Deeds is the most hybrid leaning in structure and growth as well as effects. Potency is still turned up to to 10, but you might find yourself using Good Deeds throughout the day more so than Good Word or Good Thought. If potency is what you’re looking for, you’ll definitely find it in this series, as well as Indica Dominant hybrids that finish around 9-10 weeks and produce large yields of dense resinous flowers.
15 regular photoperiod seeds per pack