muddy waters seeds

Here you can find all info about Muddy Waters from Moscaseeds . If you are searching for information about Muddy Waters from Moscaseeds, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Muddy Waters is a mostly indica variety from Moscaseeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±68 days ) and outdoors . Moscaseeds’ Muddy Waters is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Muddy Waters (ChemD OG x FAW) Family: 90% Indica/ 10% Sativa Flower Time: 65-70 days, Yield: Heavy.

Basic / Breeders Info.

We appropriately named this lovely cultivar after one of our favorite musicians of all time-Muddy Waters. The ChemD OG mom will deliver serious gas funk to the nose and a powerful indica high to the body. Expect large returns with a shortened flowering cycle.

Here you see the latest Muddy Waters photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we’ve collected 2 pictures from Moscaseeds’ Muddy Waters, check out our Muddy Waters gallery to view them all.

Moscaseeds’ Muddy Waters Description.

Muddy Waters Gallery.

We sell our seeds for souvenir purposes only and for storage in-case the laws change. We at ‘The Attitude’ are here to help, but we do have our restrictions. We CANNOT, and WILL NOT discuss germination / yields / THC levels, etc. of seeds as it is ILLEGAL to germinate seeds and sell them for germination purposes in the United Kingdom and we cannot be seen promoting this. Unfortunately, E-mails may be ignored and remain unanswered if questions relate to the above and you may be refused a sale should you persist in requesting further information. For more information in regards to our website, please head over to the F.A.Q. section.

Please Note: This content is for informational and educational use only. The Attitude Seed bank sells all seeds strictly for souvenir purposes or for storage and preservation of genetics in case the laws may change. We do not condone or encourage the germination of cannabis seeds and we will refuse a sale to anyone who leads us to believe they intend to use our products in an unlawful way. WARNING: IT IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE TO GERMINATE CANNABIS SEEDS IN THE UK AND MANY OTHER COUNTRIES.

Phone Us: (01473) 724698.

Int: 0044 1473 724698.

> Suggestions for you.

Int: 011 44 1473 724698.

We sell our seeds for souvenir purposes only and for storage in-case the laws change. We at ‘The Attitude’ are here to help, but we do have our restrictions. We CANNOT, and WILL NOT discuss germination / yields / THC levels, etc. of seeds as it is ILLEGAL to germinate seeds and sell them for germination purposes in the United Kingdom and we cannot be seen promoting this. Unfortunately, E-mails may be ignored and remain unanswered if questions relate to the above and you may be refused a sale should you persist in requesting further information. For more information in regards to our website, please head over to the F.A.Q. section.

Sign up for the newsletter.

By staying on this site, you agree to the use of cookies. You can find out more by following this link.

Int: 0044 1473 724698.

Int: 011 44 1473 724698.

Sign up for the newsletter.

Phone Us: (01473) 724698.

By staying on this site, you agree to the use of cookies. You can find out more by following this link.

“Muddy Waters” is a green-when-ripe variety with purple shoulders, developed by Tom Wagner from a line called “Searching for the Blue Zebra,” which involved a cross with P20 Blue (information from a tomato database). I have seen at least three versions of this, all called “Muddy Waters.” All three are green when ripe. One has stripes and purple shoulders. Another has stripes and no purple. The last, which is what mine appear to be, have no stripes but do have purple shoulders. This is a developing line, and I do not know the generation of my original seeds or of those I have now. The memorable thing about Muddy Waters is the flavor. I am not alone in stating that it is one of the best tasting anthocyanin varieties I have tried, and also one of the best tasting green-when-ripe varieties I have tried (excepting Aunt Ruby’s German Green, which beats every GWR in my own flavor preference). An added bonus, which I did not see the first time I grew it in a 3 gal pot, was the remarkable productivity. This year I grew Muddy Waters in a 7 gallon pot and it was a little fruit machine, producing small to medium beefsteaks into the heat of June most impressively. From my tasting notes: “flesh is plump, turgid and tender; taste is clean, fresh, sweet, and tomatoey.” The only thing that keeps me from marking it as an “Ellie’s WOW! variety” is that it is still a developing line, so I can’t be sure that the flavor and productivity will stay the same. They were the same for me in two generations of growing.