Grahan Village: Indian Landrace

Here I have a few 20 packs of REGULAR, Grahan Village Landrace seeds from Coco Genes that I would like to pass on to you for $35 or I will let individual seeds go for $2 each, NO MINIMUM ORDER REQUIRED. I will consider trades, just let me know what you've got!

These were sent to me as one large order and weren't separated into individual packages, the seeds were all together. I have made packs of 20 each from this larger package I received.

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Here is CocoGenes description from their website (all credit for description goes to them):
Collected from the Remote Village of Grahan: this collection is ideal for growers and breeders looking for huge outdoor cultivars . Some of the phenotypes from this village can reach 20 ft height and produce better yields than hybrid cultivars

Natives claim the palnts and the flowers to be stronger and more potent than any other Village in the whole of Himalayas

seeds are collected during winter 2019 expedition . For more information and images of the journey check out youtube : CocogeneticsTV and social media : Instagramcoco_genes

Grahan Village | Altitude : 2298m asl

31.3830° N, 77.0094° E
State : Himachal pradesh District : Kullu
Nestled among Himalayan Montane Moist Temperate Forests, GRAHAN village sits quietly on the route to sar pass trekk .
It takes a 10km hike by foot from the Kasol town in kulllu district to reach this small village. Without any cellphone towers or ATMs this village is home to about 50 households, with a population of less than 500 villagers who have absolutely no connections to the outside world other than the few landline phones owned by higher members of the village .
The culture of this village is well protected and the inhabitants of this village are the only people who are allowed to touch the protected Malana tribes. Natives have grown in the higher slopes of the mountain for generations and the plants are used for food,fibre,medicine,firewood and for making the handrubbed extracts . Most of the Native are employed through Agriculture and minor forest produces form a big part of the economy . The handrubbed charas from this region brings in much needed financial resources for the community . Natives claim their charas to be best in the valley even better than the infamous malana cream .
Bhang Bheej phanjka is a famous dish , prefered to be consumed before going to forage in the forests . Prepared with homemade ghee /clarified butter and honey mixed in roasted seeds this dish is an early morning power breakfast of the natives.
Seeds collected from this village will produce huge outdoor plants with dense flowers and intense floral scents .
Handrubbed Charas from this region is famous for its array of colors ranging from reddish to purple colors with intense minty aromas .

Varietal type: Landrace
Gender: Reg.
Flowering: >80 days
Yield: High
Height: Tall
Indoor / Outdoor:
Quantity available: 100