Originally Posted by RenaissanceBrah
The best sources I found so far are Snowhigh, Swami has some landraces, the real seed co, the landrace team... it all depends on the strain too.
Snowhigh seems to have the most Mexican landraces.
Hi Renaissance, thanks for your time and info, I've seen the Swami's site yesterday, its work is very interesting but it isn't what I search, RSC have a generous list of varieties, TLT have almost the same catalog, they have some interesting things too, but really this orgs. have only african or asian sativas, TLT have some american landraces but only some "Punto rojo", "Mangobiche" and some rare and unknown for me "Colombian black". I'm just trying to know about other american lines, maybe extinct I know but if there is a possibility of find them yet, I wish get 'em in anyway, maybe Snowhigh is the source to get some mexican lines...
Hi Yesum, how you're doing!
I will ask to Snow for him catalog, him work seems to me really interesting; have you experience with Snow gear?.
It's a shame E$kobar not doing anything currently, their Jalisco sounds interesting, could you tell me your experience with Jalisco? please, how were the flavor & smell, how was the appearance, how was the high?. Have you any pics from that herb?.
It's a madness how there is a lot of landraces from other continents but when we want to speak of american sativa landraces there isn't much info anywhere, maybe the narcotraffic has been the problem, they kill the curious people, a lot of natives too. They just have hybridized all of the original lines. I wonder if the US or Canadian smokers save their seeds yet, I mean the seeds from brickweed exported to their countries by carteles, maybe there are a lot of landrace varieties from all america, but that is a problem too, I don't know if the people want to share their seeds, some of they don't share their seeds though they never think to germinate them, they prefer to throw them, maybe there is the key, we just need solidarity, fellowship and honesty to recover those lines.
Grettings friends, peace !