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Adamantium seeds
Here you can find all info about Adamantium from SnowHigh Seeds. If you are searching for information about Adamantium from SnowHigh Seeds, check out our Basic Infos 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!

Adamantium

breed by SnowHigh Seeds

Here you can find all info about Adamantium from SnowHigh Seeds. If you are searching for information about Adamantium from SnowHigh Seeds, check out our Basic Infos 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!

Basic / Breeders Info

Adamantium is a mostly indica variety from SnowHigh Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±67 days ) and outdoors . SnowHigh Seeds’ Adamantium is/was never available as feminized seeds.

SnowHigh Seeds’ Adamantium Description

Iron Cindy is one of my favorite strains breed by the Rev from Skunk Magazine. Its genetics are the infamous but rare Metal Haze from the now defunct Dutch Flowers seed company and a C99 male from a generation of the Brothers Grimm work that originally came from a seed found in a bud of Jack Herer. The Iron Cindy is not a huge yielder and varies from phenotype but many bud sites of very resinous crystalline flowers. Large to moderate in size. Some Sweet Skunk and Grapefruit aromas are very potent and satisfying smoke. The high is a soaring high flying, slightly trippy effect with euphoric body that puts a smile on your face for hours. The dry sieve collected is incredibly strong and can cause cartoon adventures. Adamantium is the rare alien metal of the gods and is used in certain fictional superheroes bodies and weapons. The combination of Iron Cindy(Metal Haze x C99) with the Pure Kush x Uzbekistani male should make the gods even proud.

Yield: Medium
Flowering Time: 9-10 Weeks
Plant Height: Medium

The present w ork evaluated the conservation of Campomanesia adamantium seeds under different conditions. The fruits used in the study were collected from matrices located in the city of Ponta Por &atilde -MS, Brazil. After processing, the seeds were slowly dried to different water content levels and subsequently exposed to various environmental conditions: 25 &deg C ± 2 &deg C, 35% relative humidity (laboratory); 16 &deg C ± 1 &deg C, 40% relative humidity (cold and dry); 8 &deg C ± 1 &deg C, 35% relative humidity (refrigeration); and – 18 &deg C ± 1 &deg C, 42% relative humidity (freezing). Each treatment was conducted for 0 (recently processed seeds, with superficial drying of 40 minutes), 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, and 180 days. Seed potential was physiologically evaluated based on radicle protrusion, percentage of normal seedlings, seedling length (primary root, shoot and total), and dry mass of the seedlings. The experimental design was a completely randomized factorial scheme with split-split plots (4 temperatures/environments × 5 water content × 7 storage periods). C. adamantium seeds tolerated a reduction in the water content to 15.3% but did not tolerate the storage period, confirming the recalcitrant behavior of the seeds.

Adamantium seeds

The present w ork evaluated the conservation of Campomanesia adamantium seeds under different conditions. The fruits used in the study were collected from matrices located in the city of Ponta Por &atilde -MS, Brazil. After processing, the seeds were slowly dried to different water content levels and subsequently exposed to various environmental conditions: 25 &deg C ± 2 &deg C, 35% relative humidity (laboratory); 16 &deg C ± 1 &deg C, 40% relative humidity (cold and dry); 8 &deg C ± 1 &deg C, 35% relative humidity (refrigeration); and – 18 &deg C ± 1 &deg C, 42% relative humidity (freezing). Each treatment was conducted for 0 (recently processed seeds, with superficial drying of 40 minutes), 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, and 180 days. Seed potential was physiologically evaluated based on radicle protrusion, percentage of normal seedlings, seedling length (primary root, shoot and total), and dry mass of the seedlings. The experimental design was a completely randomized factorial scheme with split-split plots (4 temperatures/environments × 5 water content × 7 storage periods). C. adamantium seeds tolerated a reduction in the water content to 15.3% but did not tolerate the storage period, confirming the recalcitrant behavior of the seeds.