Sensi Seeds Mr Nice G13 x Hash Plant: According to weed folklore, the original G13 cutting was rescued from a government research facility by an unknown technician. In civilian circles the plant`s earth-shaking Indica potency, together with her tale of liberation, lifted G13 to almost legendary status. Creating cannabis seeds that captured G13`s astounding qualities required a very special pollen-father, which was eventually found in the Hash Plant breeding-program. The resulting G13 x HP seed-strain, though a `limited edition`, was a great success in the few years it was available. In 1999, Sensi Seeds was very proud to bring G13 x Hash Plant back into production with the title Mr Nice, in honour of Howard Marks - cannabis campaigner, author and one-time hashish entrepreneur. Indica connoisseurs will love the mouth-watering `double Afghani` bouquet of Mr Nice. Dark, earthy undertones are overlaid with the rich, spicy-sweet scent of raw resin glands. When consuming the stickiest nuggets, the taste of burning trichomes can be strong enough to convince people that they`re smoking a mix of hashish and ganja. For growers seeking a dense, heavy, ultra-powerful crop and anyone who enjoys testing their limits, Mr Nice - G13 x Hash Plant is the ultimate Indica!
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