Only founded in 2012, Strain Hunters has strong ties with Green House Seeds, being founded by Green House’s Arjan, as well as Franco and Simon. The aim was to create a completely separate seed bank that dedicated itself to hunting down and preserving the many exotic landrace cannabis strains that can be found across the globe.
With these strains in hand, they are then further bred and offered to the wider market so all can experience the very roots of cannabis breeding. They are also refined into feminized, hybrid and autoflowering varieties, showcasing how these original genetics can be harnessed to create some award-winning varieties. In order to keep their catalogue of cannabis seeds accessible, they also keep costs low, ensuring even the greenest novice can sample their high-quality genetics without breaking the bank.
Not only do Strain Hunters hope to bring us some of the more unique and unusual genetics from across the globe, they also spend a lot of time documenting their travels. During this, they explore how cannabis can change lives and benefit society - in an aim to dispel the ignorance that can often go hand in hand with weed.
Although they have a wide variety of seeds to offer, Money Maker, White Lemon, Damnesia, and Flowerbomb Kush are fine examples of their work, and well worth a look at!
Strain Hunters make sure that all their cannabis seeds are well packaged to ensure safe delivery to you. Each seed is stored within a DVD case, with the seeds visible through the front behind a protective plastic shield.
Also Included in the case is a DVD documenting the Strain Hunters expeditions, as well as a flavour wheel.
Strain Hunter’s cannabis seeds are available in quantities of 3, in both feminized and autoflowering varieties here at Zamnesia.
Strain Hunters are a seed bank dedicated to hunting down rare and exotic landrace cannabis strains from across the globe, preserving them, and then refining them into highly-prized feminized, hybrid, and autoflowering varieties. Not only do Strain Hunters explore the wilderness of the world to find new and exciting genetics, they also document their travels to help spread knowledge about cannabis and dispel the stigma surrounding it.