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WHO HAS THE OLDEST CANNABIS SEEDS?

Thank you! and yeppers from the 70’s I breed so my seed collection is fairly vast, I have original Zamal, Komaoni, Durban, and Romulans and blueberries from the 90’s, I have the Oaxacan landrace that Neville used to make his Haze, Romberry X SC91 most have been gifted to me because I share mine and folks like what I do

I am a fortunate guy for sure

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Thank you! and yeppers from the 70’s I breed so my seed collection is fairly vast, I have original Zamal, Komaoni, Durban, and Romulans and blueberries from the 90’s, I have the Oaxacan landrace that Neville used to make his Haze, Romberry X SC91 most have been gifted to me because I share mine and folks like what I do

I am a fortunate guy for sure

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you in Colorado? I have a member of my forum flying in from Australia next month to meet and swap stories and have had several visitors fro 5 different states in the last several years. Tis fun to live in Colorado now a days

My plan is to grow em all out and make lots of seeds and then start breedin with em so far my breedin projects have been with hybrids but I do have the Durban going at the moment I crossed it to my Colorado Thunderfuck and my Holy Diver so far now just waiting for it finish this is her at week 9

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sorry none of my strains are in seed banks, The smoke is awesome . She is a great up energetic get things done sat high, no ceiling, no tolerance issues, she enhances lights and sound, For me 2 bong hits last for 4 hours and a next hit climbs on top of where I was at. She creeps slowly takes an hour to peak

I freakin love her

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I was.Spent a year in the Springs managing a couple of grows there.
I had been hired due to my many years in general gardening/farming knowhow and like yourself, decades spent on "ze plant".
As I’ve heard before, " it’s not smoking pot that’s additive, growing it is".
In any event, in Colorado I got my wish!
6-7 day weeks, month in, month out.
Grew for the owners/investors.
Not what my vision had been. But was completely organic soil-based indoor at least. I lasted a year.
Now I’m running my very own very small caregiver op back in the heartland. Legal. Small. No crazy push but an enjoyable pastime and avocation for a quieter phase in life.
I do get to Boulder on occasion, as well as the Springs.
I have many old and new friends I keep in touch with.
At the moment though, I’m totally immersed in my work here.
Your strains and work sure look fine!

A question; have you ever grown the Viet Bao Silver Leaf strain?
I have always wondered if it were the real thing.
I grew and bred pure a "Viet-Lao" while out in Colorado.
Did get approx. 150 seeds. And no Hermie parents.
Took 14 weeks, but was a beautiful sativa.
I want to try it again soon as more space becomes available.
Good to meet you!

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I was.Spent a year in the Springs managing a couple of grows there.
I had been hired due to my many years in general gardening/farming knowhow and like yourself, decades spent on "ze plant".
As I’ve heard before, " it’s not smoking pot that’s additive, growing it is".
In any event, in Colorado I got my wish!
6-7 day weeks, month in, month out.
Grew for the owners/investors.
Not what my vision had been. But was completely organic soil-based indoor at least. I lasted a year.
Now I’m running my very own very small caregiver op back in the heartland. Legal. Small. No crazy push but an enjoyable pastime and avocation for a quieter phase in life.
I do get to Boulder on occasion, as well as the Springs.
I have many old and new friends I keep in touch with.
At the moment though, I’m totally immersed in my work here.
Your strains and work sure look fine!

A question; have you ever grown the Viet Bao Silver Leaf strain?
I have always wondered if it were the real thing.
I grew and bred pure a "Viet-Lao" while out in Colorado.
Did get approx. 150 seeds. And no Hermie parents.
Took 14 weeks, but was a beautiful sativa.
I want to try it again soon as more space becomes available.
Good to meet you!

good to meet you as well .

I’m in Denver so hit me up before your next trip

and no on the Viet Bao

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good to meet you as well .

I’m in Denver so hit me up before your next trip

and no on the Viet Bao

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I have over 30 landrace and early California heirloom strains of seeds from the 1970s and 1980s that I have kept frozen since then. I also have some later seeds from more modern strains. I bought them in ounces and pounds and saved them when no one else did. Some I also have that people have given to me or traded to me. Lots of people planted and grew weed in NorCal back then, but most did not know how to grow sinsemillia or save the seeds long term. They will keep indefinitely in a freezer if they are kept dry. There are also tricks to germinating older seeds. My earliest ones are from 1975 when I read that they could be frozen forever. Most are still viable. I have grown about 20 of the strains myself since then, and given many seeds to others that have grown them over the years.

I planted 12 last year and all 12 germinated. 6 were sativas from Mexico that I got in 1978, and 6 were indicas from Afghanistan that I got in 1990/91. The sativas all grew fine. Three indicas got dampening off and died just after planting, but the other three survived. This indica had leaves over a foot long and almost a foot wide. They were huge. Of the lot, 1/3 indicas was female, and 3/6 of the sativas were females. I grew out two males of each for pollen in a separate greenhouse, and crossed these two strains both ways. I also traded the pollen from both strains to some growers around here doing crosses. Some of them gave me seeds last year from their crosses that I have frozen along with mine. I have seeds from Mexico, Colombia, Afghanistan, Thailand, Africa, Oregon and NorCal. I also have a collection of later more modern strain seeds frozen as well. And they are not for sale, sorry. I am not a seed company nor am I affiliated with any.

Lost Ark Morai Ruins location, walkthrough, and Mokoko Seeds

You’ll come across the Lost Ark Morai Ruins dungeon during the main questline in Lost Ark. Although it’s not the first dungeon in the game, it’s one of the biggest and most challenging ones. This ‘Sunken City’ is full of deadly floors, deadly walls, deadly demons, and hidden areas. But where are the Morai Ruins located, where can you find the Morai Ruins Mokoko Seeds, and why does the Morai Ruins boss, Thanatos, refuse to stay dead?

Whether you’re looking for a Morai Ruins Mokoko Seeds map, a full dungeon walkthrough, or you just want to find the entrance, here’s a full Lost Ark Morai Ruins dungeon guide.

Lost Ark Morai Ruins location

Most Lost Arks dungeons are easy to find as their names are displayed on the map. Unfortunately, the Morai Ruins dungeon is the exception to the rule. To find it, go to Yudia, the second major region you’ll come across during the main storyline. Then, click on the Saland Hill map. You’ll see a dungeon icon in the northwest; this is the entrance to Morai Ruins.

In case you’re wondering, the name displayed next to the dungeon is actually the name of the area, which is called Submerged Ruins. Since the missing dungeon name seems to cause confusion, this might be fixed in the future.

Morai Ruins Mokoko Seed locations

One of the things that makes this Lost Ark dungeon so tricky, is that every single Mokoko Seed location is off-map. Use this Morai Ruins Mokoko Seed location map to find the hidden areas.

  1. Go left on the stone square. You can jump on the wooden platform after defeating the enemies.
  2. Left corner, defeat the enemies first.
  3. Can only be reached from the south. You’ll see a fallen pillar; walk down and cross the tightrope. Beware: there are two Mokoko Seeds in this location.
  4. You can destroy the doorway. Two Mokoko Seeds again.
  5. Destroy another door.
  6. Walk down another fallen pillar. Two Mokoko Seeds here.
  7. While on the smaller ridge, descend from another pillar to find two more Mokoko Seed locations.

Lost Ark Morai Ruins walkthrough

While following the direction of the blue arrows on your map, you’ll come across the following enemies and other deadly things:

  1. Go inside, speak to Armen, and follow him. After the cutscene with the green light, you’ll face the first horde of demons. You need to defeat all of them before you can continue.
  2. Don’t miss Mokoko Seed location 1.
  3. Continue walking until you reach the ‘Sunken City’. Armen bails on you, but don’t worry, he’ll come back later. Go to the objectives on the map and pull the levers.
  4. After pulling the second lever, be sure not to miss Mokoko Seed locations 2 and 3.
  5. See the spikes shooting from the ground? You can tell which spike-shooting tiles are about to impale you when they start shaking. Use dash to cross faster.
  6. Defeat the mini-boss: Ramos. Walk back a bit if you don’t want to face all his minions at once. If you defeat the boss, all the remaining minions will disappear.
  7. You’ll come across a moving wall trying to crush you. Go as far as you can, then go backwards when the wall starts shaking.
  8. Don’t skip Mokoko Seed location 4 and 5 before going on the platform and crossing the water.
  9. After crossing, keep an eye out for Mokoko Seed location 6 and 7.
  10. You’ll see a large horde of demons after a short cutscene. If you keep your distance (stick to the right), you can take them down in smaller groups.
  11. Next, go inside the gold chamber and defeat Thanatos.

How to defeat Thanatos in the Lost Ark Morai Ruins dungeon

Finally, we’re ready to face the big bad guy in Morai Ruins. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Take out the minions first.
  2. Defeat Thanatos. Unfortunately, he’ll respawn after a heroic comeback from Armen. Just defeat him again.
  3. When Thanatos is down the second time, pick up the mirror in the middle of the room, then hold it in the light. You need to drag the light beam towards Thanatos. Keep aiming at him for as long as possible, and he’ll be defeated (permanently, this time). If you’re too slow, he’ll respawn and you’ll have to take him down again.
  4. Grab the sword seal to trigger a cutscene and complete the Morai Ruins dungeon.

Congratulations, you’ve completed the trickiest dungeon in early-game Lost Ark!