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Ace Seeds Input Please

jumpincactus
Premium Member
xavier7995

Just say no to ruderalis and fem seeds.

kolah
jumpincactus
Premium Member
xavier7995
Ickystckystanky
xavier7995
NaturalTherapy
Lighthouse

When Ace and Cannabiogen were more closely related I copped Panama and Destroyer, both are phenomenal! Both very different in terms of expression, and both hit different notes of the sativa high.

Ace uses the same Meao Thai genetic stock that cannabiogen uses, so if you like way out there psychedelic sativas and don’t mind waiting 14 weeks for them to develop, check out destroyer or other crosses with the Thai.

jumpincactus
Premium Member

When Ace and Cannabiogen were more closely related I copped Panama and Destroyer, both are phenomenal! Both very different in terms of expression, and both hit different notes of the sativa high.

Ace uses the same Meao Thai genetic stock that cannabiogen uses, so if you like way out there psychedelic sativas and don’t mind waiting 14 weeks for them to develop, check out destroyer or other crosses with the Thai.

NaturalTherapy
Lighthouse
xavier7995
jumpincactus
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yooper420
Curmudgeonlander
hiiipower

Their catalog has me drooling to man. I follow them pretty closely but have never grown a variety from them. Was going to buy some seeds from them but decided I would wait until spring cause i don’t want the seeds going through a bunch of freezing and thawing cycles if I buy them from ace right now. They advised me to wait until spring, but said that they have sent seeds recently to my area successfully. I like that you can buy direct.

From reading their reviews on that other forum it’s easy to see their legit. I would think there would some more variation in most of their varieties as they use multiple males and females in the making of most everything they have in their specific attempt to prevent a lack of variety in the cannabis genome, part of their whole preservation technique. Their methods alone garner them a top notch company imo, different for sure, but they obviously understand cannabis on a level that most don’t.

A lot of their stuff would probably be best for breeding purposes, to improve upon. They have preserved many genetics that they want people to use to breed with and improve. But they do have some refined stuff that people rave about like bangi haze(their most worked line, ibl), bodhi has used that in breeding he called it “amazing.” Must be pretty good at the very least. Orient express is really well liked and is huge yielding and consistantly makes crosses that are huge too. However, I do read a lot that their maturation estimates for their stuff is a little off, many phenos take really long to mature no matter what variety you buy.

hiiipower

Their catalog has me drooling to man. I follow them pretty closely but have never grown a variety from them. Was going to buy some seeds from them but decided I would wait until spring cause i don’t want the seeds going through a bunch of freezing and thawing cycles if I buy them from ace right now. They advised me to wait until spring, but said that they have sent seeds recently to my area successfully. I like that you can buy direct.

From reading their reviews on that other forum it’s easy to see their legit. I would think there would some more variation in most of their varieties as they use multiple males and females in the making of most everything they have in their specific attempt to prevent a lack of variety in the cannabis genome, part of their whole preservation technique. Their methods alone garner them a top notch company imo, different for sure, but they obviously understand cannabis on a level that most don’t.

A lot of their stuff would probably be best for breeding purposes, to improve upon. They have preserved many genetics that they want people to use to breed with and improve. But they do have some refined stuff that people rave about like bangi haze(their most worked line, ibl), bodhi has used that in breeding he called it “amazing.” Must be pretty good at the very least. Orient express is really well liked and is huge yielding and consistantly makes crosses that are huge too. However, I do read a lot that their maturation estimates for their stuff is a little off, many phenos take really long to mature no matter what variety you buy.

Want to correst myself. After looking more closely at Ace’s stuff, I was wrong to say there would be more variation. There would be less because they only cross stabilized lines with each other. Just realized that a few days ago and that I was wrong when I said that there would be more variation than usual.

So they offer 2 options when it comes down to it pretty much.
1. IBL landrace strains, or
2. New hybrids that have been made from 2 or more IBL landrace strains(which seems to me to make less variation than crossing 2 F1’s, the common theme today).
Try and find a current strain from them that doesn’t fit into one of these 2 categories. I can’t!

The people at Ace are incredibly friendly and intelligent when it comes to this stuff. I’m not associated with them in any way shape or form, just speaking the truth.

Wanted to correct myself because I would never want to discourage anyone from growing their stuff. I know there’s people in this thread who’ve grown their stuff and had a bad experience and I’m not denying their input. Just want to tell you what I know.

All I can say is look very closely at their lines to know what your getting into. The opportunities there are extreme.

I need some feedback on the good bad n ugly about these cats. There catalog has me drooling and anyone that knows if these dudes are legit and if the…