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burning desire seeds

Burning desire seeds

Burning Desire is an indica/sativa variety from Gage Green and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . Gage Greens Burning Desire is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Gage Greens Burning Desire Description

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Burning desire seeds

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Burning desire seeds

And the reason for the lack of fires? The aforementioned US Forest Service and their improved capability of putting them out, in fact they’d become so successful, one hadn’t been able to take hold since 1905.

In the 1950s the US Forest Service became concerned that the trees (which can live up to 3,000 years) had stopped seeding. They couldn’t understand why. Was it climate, disease or insect infection?

In the first instance, we didn’t win a pitch. The client (who will remain nameless) needs to be brave, their future depends on it and all our planning research indicates that their customers demand it. Wallpaper marketing will do nothing for this brand and as always will prove to be a waste of money. But they’re suffering from a crisis of confidence and so have opted for a short term solution that ‘fits their current mindset’. How disappointing.

In order for the giant sequoia tree to reproduce, it must shed its cones. These can then lie around on the forest floor for up to 20 years before opening up to release their tiny seeds.

Playing it safe, putting out fires, doing ‘the right thing’.