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Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1

Here you can find all info about Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 from Rare Dankness Seeds. If you are searching for information about Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 from Rare Dankness Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Degustation, Strain Reviews, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy or User Comments for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 (aka Moonshine’s Ghost Train) is a mostly sativa variety from Rare Dankness and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±77 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Rare Dankness’ Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Rare Dankness’ Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 Description

Moonshine’s Ghost Train is a cross of the Cannabis cup winning Moonshine Haze and the "2x Strongest strain on earth "Ghost Train Haze #1. This Sativa dominant variety is a classic haze flavour strain with a lemon overtone and a tropical fuel finish. Moonshine’s Ghost Train cannabis seeds require 70-77 days to flower producing heavy branches.

Lineage: Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1

70-77 Days flower time.

Where to buy Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 cannabis seeds?

Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 from Rare Dankness Seeds is available only as feminized seeds. Regular seeds are not available at the moment. In 3 seedbanks, we found 3 offers between EUR 75.20 for 6 feminized seeds and EUR 90.00 for 6 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 Cannabis Seeds from Rare Dankness Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 offers: Oaseeds, Cannapot Hanfshop and Alchimia Grow Shop.

Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1 Reviews

We’ve collected strain info from 2 growers for Moonshine Haze x Ghost Train Haze #1.

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  • Genetics: Dosidos x Holy Punch
  • Sex: Feminized
  • Flowering: Photoperiod
  • Type: Mostly Indica
  • Flowering Time: 56 – 63 days
  • Height: Medium
  • Area: Indoor & Outdoor

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We sell our seeds for souvenir purposes only and for storage in-case the laws change. We at ‘The Attitude’ are here to help, but we do have our restrictions. We CANNOT, and WILL NOT discuss germination / yields / THC levels, etc. of seeds as it is ILLEGAL to germinate seeds and sell them for germination purposes in the United Kingdom and we cannot be seen promoting this. Unfortunately, E-mails may be ignored and remain unanswered if questions relate to the above and you may be refused a sale should you persist in requesting further information. For more information in regards to our website, please head over to the F.A.Q. section.

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We sell our seeds for souvenir purposes only and for storage in-case the laws change. We at ‘The Attitude’ are here to help, but we do have our restrictions. We CANNOT, and WILL NOT discuss germination / yields / THC levels, etc. of seeds as it is ILLEGAL to germinate seeds and sell them for germination purposes in the United Kingdom and we cannot be seen promoting this. Unfortunately, E-mails may be ignored and remain unanswered if questions relate to the above and you may be refused a sale should you persist in requesting further information. For more information in regards to our website, please head over to the F.A.Q. section.

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Moon trees planted from seeds taken to the moon on Apollo 14 are dead and forgotten

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Five trees planted in New Mexico from seeds taken to the moon during the Apollo 14 mission and given to the state by NASA have all died or been forgotten, according to officials at the locations where the trees were planted decades ago.

Officials at New Mexico sites where the trees were planted decades ago admit their agencies since have lost track of the trees and some of them likely died with little notice, KOAT-TV in Albuquerque reports.

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Moon trees were grown from 500 seeds taken into orbit by former U.S. Forest Service elite parachuting forest firefighter Stuart Roosa during the 1971 mission. Roosa and the seeds orbited more than two dozen times around the moon.

NASA said the seedlings were planted throughout the U.S. and elsewhere around the world after Apollo 14 returned to Earth. The trees were meant to honor Durango, Colorado-born Roosa, who died in 1994.

Five of the trees that grew from the seeds, which included American sycamores and Douglas Firs, were given to then-New Mexico Democratic Gov. Jerry Apodoca.

They were planted at the State Capitol in Santa Fe, the Smokey Bear Historical Park in Capitan, the New Mexico Space Museum in Alamogordo, Gough Park in Silver City and Albuquerque’s Civic Plaza, according to newspaper archives.

The tree planting events in the mid- to late-1970s generated fanfare and intense media coverage.

“We are not sure exactly where it was but it had to have been in this particular area right here,” said Mike Shinabery, an education specialist at the New Mexico Space History Museum in Alamogordo, New Mexico, told a reporter.

“I am assuming that they may have planted it out here,” said Bennie Long, director of Smokey Bear Historical Park in Capitan, New Mexico, as she pointed to an old abandoned train depot. “Now that is just my guess.”

Raphael Drhett Baca, building superintendent of the New Mexico State Capitol, said officials there have no idea where the moon tree was planted.

Albuquerque officials said that the moon tree planted in Civic Plaza later died after the plaza was remodeled in 1996.

Other states, like Arkansas, Florida and Georgia, have kept up with moon trees and periodically organize events around them.