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Atl confidential seeds
This strain is famous because of its potent THC content levels, unique piney scent, and its overall noticeable Kush genetics. As such, it has become an industry favorite among veterans and amateurs alike.

LA Conf >

LA Confidential is one of the most widely successful indica strains on the market. A cross between Afghan and OG LA Affie. Its a very strong indica strain that is great for sleep. This strain can grow over 6 ft tall and produces beautiful dark green/red hairs with lots of white THC crystals. LA Confidential has a piney smell with a skunky/sweet taste.

Strain Description

LA Confidential seeds produces a large plant with a lot of frosty, lime green buds in 8-10 weeks and can develop purple leaves toward the end of the growing cycle. For a true indica experience, La Confidential will relax the body, take you on a psychedelic journey.

  • Type: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Growing: Moderate
  • Flowering Time: 9-10 Weeks
  • Indica/Sativa: 80% Indica / 20% Sativa
  • Effect: Body High
  • THC: Medium 19%
  • CBD: 0.04%
  • Country: USA
  • Yield: Up to 400 grams indoor / 500 grams outdoors
  • Genetics: Afghan + OG LA Affie

This strain is famous because of its potent THC content levels, unique piney scent, and its overall noticeable Kush genetics. As such, it has become an industry favorite among veterans and amateurs alike.

LA Confidential Seeds Effects & Features

The LA Confidential seeds grow into plants that serve as an enjoyably smooth and mellow sedative. It will easily allow you to experience a couch lock sensation if you consume a lot. This hybrid variety is an amazing way to unwind after a really long day at work, particularly if you are feeling tense, and needing a little push.

LA Confidential Seeds Flavors & Uses

This strain tastes similar to the way it smells. This hybrid taste creamy when smoked, leaving a skunky and sweet aftertaste on your tongue. The presence of pines in this strain is also noticeable as its flavor, giving it its full signature and rich flavor.

The fragrance of this strain, on the other hand, smells earthy and infused with pine scents. The bud is also naturally skunky, with an aroma that boasts of pine cone baskets cut with some hints of spice.

LA Confidential Seeds Grow Info

LA Confidential strain is also a popular variety among many growers, thanks to its high resistance against common mildew and molds. It is also easy to grow, even for novices in the field of marijuana cultivation. It is uncomplicated to grow. When grown in an outdoor environment, the plants tend to be happy, provided that they are exposed to a warm and dry climate.

The flowering time takes around 6 to 8 weeks, with an average yield of about 400 grams indoors, and 500 grams outdoors. Outdoors, this variety is typically ready for harvesting towards the end of September to early October. Since these plants do not like to be confined, outdoor growing is the recommended choice.

Atl confidential seeds
Hunter was the ACC Defensive Player of the Year for UVa, the national champions. He is absolutely a demon on defense with a 7-foot-2 wing span. He obstructs the passing lane, deflects the ball, stays in front and guards. Where Young lacked defensive resilience, Hunter can make up for it. He is a perfect compliment to the dynamo Young and good addition for the Hawks, one of the NBA’s worst defensive teams.

De’Andre Hunter Right Fit For Atlanta Hawks And Trae Young

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The Atlanta Hawks traded up for Virginia’s De’Andre Hunter at No. 4 in the NBA Draft. He is the right fit for the Hawks and star guard Trae Young.. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

In the Virginia locker room in Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C., last March, a reporter told Virginia’s De’Andre Hunter that the Atlanta Hawks rookie point guard Trae Young was in the house.

“You and Trae would be a nice backcourt,” a reporter said. Hunter smiled. “I wouldn’t mind that,” he said.

Young was there that Friday afternoon to watch Oklahoma in the tournament. The Sooners were playing Ole Miss after Virginia’s game against Gardner-Webb. Young was in the midst of sensational second half for the Hawks, but he needed a running mate, a two-way talent who could play off the ball, defend the perimeter, and be unselfish help on defense. Somebody like Hunter.

A reporter nudged Young courtside. “If you’re here Sunday, keep an eye on this Hunter kid.” Virginia would go on to beat Oklahoma.

The Hawks, if not Young, kept an eye on Hunter.

ESPN has reported the Hawks acquired the 4 th pick overall from the Lakers via the Pelicans. The Hawks, per NBA rules, will not be able to talk about the pick until July 6.

“We’re really excited about our draft, and I think will be even more excited about it after July 6th,” said Atlanta general manager Travis Schlenk.

Everybody else can be excited now.

Hunter was the ACC Defensive Player of the Year for UVa, the national champions. He is absolutely a demon on defense with a 7-foot-2 wing span. He obstructs the passing lane, deflects the ball, stays in front and guards. Where Young lacked defensive resilience, Hunter can make up for it. He is a perfect compliment to the dynamo Young and good addition for the Hawks, one of the NBA’s worst defensive teams.

Hunter shot 44 percent from the 3-point line. When he struggled with his shot in the tournament (12 for 32 from the field in three-game stretch of the NCAAs) Hunter still had plenty to give with defense, rebounding, and leadership.

In the Final Four, Hunter found his stroke hitting 15 of 27 shots in wins over Auburn and Texas Tech.

Here is the rest of the story.

Hunter was red-shirted. How many lottery picks were red-shirts, deemed not ready for their college basketball team? He heard it plenty of times, Hunter said, “leave Virginia”, go play somewhere. Hunter said he never thought about bailing. “That would have been the soft thing to do,” Hunter said. “I’m not soft.”

His teammates watched him during that red-shirt year heckle veterans with his defense. Tony Bennett and the coaching staff taught him to get up into the man he was guarding and become more physical and seal gaps with those long arms.

Hunter did not play in UVa’s historic loss to UMBC in the 2018 NCAA Tournament (the first time a 16 th -seed beat a No. 1 seed). That upset is now easier to understand, right?

The other upside with Hunter is that he doesn’t hunt shots, which is a good thing around a shot-hunter like Young. He is smart enough to stay in the line of sight of the driver and catch and shoot. What Hunter needs to work on is his dribble drive. Virginia used guards Kyle Guy and Ty Jerome to peel open a defense with slicing to the rim on the drive. Hunter, less so. He is not a flashy, dynamic offensive player, but he is older, more refined, and able to fit in with Young now.

As for Reddish, the Hawks pick at No. 10, we’ll see. Obviously the Hawks feel he is going to be a better pro than college player. Reddish had a stretch of eight games to finish his college career at Duke where he made 25 of 79 shots (31.6 percent).

Reddish is 6-foot-8, 218 pounds. He’s just a teenager with a lot of ball to play. At the very least, the Hawks added a superb wing defender.

“I’ve got a little chip on my shoulder to come in and prove myself,” said Reddish, whose work ethic has been questioned.

Schlenk was not scared off by the poor stats from Reddish at Duke. He said Reddish was injured. (sore knee and then had a minor procedure after the season for a core injury that will keep him out of NBA Summer League). What’s more, said Schlenk, there was not a lot of space on the floor with the Blue Devils. The defense was in the paint, mostly on Zion Williamson, and the easy shots that can boost a shooting percentage weren’t there.

“He did struggle with it,” Schlenk said of Reddish’s shot. “There was a lot of traffic in the lane at Duke this year. Besides Cam there weren’t a lot of shooters on the team. Once he gets up here and has more space on the floor because we’re going to have more shooters out there. we’re not concerned about that at all.”

Asked if the knee injury played a factor in his shooting in the 30-percent range, Reddish said, “it’s a possibility.”

Did the Hawks take a gamble with Reddish? No one seems to think so considering his draft stock stayed solid throughout. Schlenk’s track record suggests it was the right pick. The GM hit a home run in the 2017 draft with John Collins. The Wake Forest forward was available at No. 19 and Schlenk did cartwheels with the chance to get him. Collins was a revelation averaging almost 20 points and 10 rebounds a game this season. Not bad for a 19th pick.

It’s hard to bet against Schlenk, especially when Trae Young showed he could be the equal of Luka Doncic. The Hawks, remember, were widely criticized for taking Young, not Doncic in the 2018 draft.

The Hawks not only got Young, they got the No. 10 pick in 2019 from Dallas in the deal and used it on Reddish. So Doncic for two top 10 players? We’ll eventually see what Reddish is all about and if the Hawks won in the 2018 draft, as well as the 2019 draft.

The Atlanta Hawks traded up for Virginia’s De’Andre Hunter at No. 4 in the NBA Draft. He is the right fit for the Hawks and star guard Trae Young.. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

In the Virginia locker room in Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C., last March, a reporter told Virginia’s De’Andre Hunter that the Atlanta Hawks rookie point guard Trae Young was in the house.

“You and Trae would be a nice backcourt,” a reporter said. Hunter smiled. “I wouldn’t mind that,” he said.

Young was there that Friday afternoon to watch Oklahoma in the tournament. The Sooners were playing Ole Miss after Virginia’s game against Gardner-Webb. Young was in the midst of sensational second half for the Hawks, but he needed a running mate, a two-way talent who could play off the ball, defend the perimeter, and be unselfish help on defense. Somebody like Hunter.

A reporter nudged Young courtside. “If you’re here Sunday, keep an eye on this Hunter kid.” Virginia would go on to beat Oklahoma.

The Hawks, if not Young, kept an eye on Hunter.

ESPN has reported the Hawks acquired the 4 th pick overall from the Lakers via the Pelicans. The Hawks, per NBA rules, will not be able to talk about the pick until July 6.

“We’re really excited about our draft, and I think will be even more excited about it after July 6th,” said Atlanta general manager Travis Schlenk.

Everybody else can be excited now.

Hunter was the ACC Defensive Player of the Year for UVa, the national champions. He is absolutely a demon on defense with a 7-foot-2 wing span. He obstructs the passing lane, deflects the ball, stays in front and guards. Where Young lacked defensive resilience, Hunter can make up for it. He is a perfect compliment to the dynamo Young and good addition for the Hawks, one of the NBA’s worst defensive teams.

Hunter shot 44 percent from the 3-point line. When he struggled with his shot in the tournament (12 for 32 from the field in three-game stretch of the NCAAs) Hunter still had plenty to give with defense, rebounding, and leadership.

In the Final Four, Hunter found his stroke hitting 15 of 27 shots in wins over Auburn and Texas Tech.

Here is the rest of the story.

Hunter was red-shirted. How many lottery picks were red-shirts, deemed not ready for their college basketball team? He heard it plenty of times, Hunter said, “leave Virginia”, go play somewhere. Hunter said he never thought about bailing. “That would have been the soft thing to do,” Hunter said. “I’m not soft.”

His teammates watched him during that red-shirt year heckle veterans with his defense. Tony Bennett and the coaching staff taught him to get up into the man he was guarding and become more physical and seal gaps with those long arms.

Hunter did not play in UVa’s historic loss to UMBC in the 2018 NCAA Tournament (the first time a 16 th -seed beat a No. 1 seed). That upset is now easier to understand, right?

The other upside with Hunter is that he doesn’t hunt shots, which is a good thing around a shot-hunter like Young. He is smart enough to stay in the line of sight of the driver and catch and shoot. What Hunter needs to work on is his dribble drive. Virginia used guards Kyle Guy and Ty Jerome to peel open a defense with slicing to the rim on the drive. Hunter, less so. He is not a flashy, dynamic offensive player, but he is older, more refined, and able to fit in with Young now.

As for Reddish, the Hawks pick at No. 10, we’ll see. Obviously the Hawks feel he is going to be a better pro than college player. Reddish had a stretch of eight games to finish his college career at Duke where he made 25 of 79 shots (31.6 percent).

Reddish is 6-foot-8, 218 pounds. He’s just a teenager with a lot of ball to play. At the very least, the Hawks added a superb wing defender.

“I’ve got a little chip on my shoulder to come in and prove myself,” said Reddish, whose work ethic has been questioned.

Schlenk was not scared off by the poor stats from Reddish at Duke. He said Reddish was injured. (sore knee and then had a minor procedure after the season for a core injury that will keep him out of NBA Summer League). What’s more, said Schlenk, there was not a lot of space on the floor with the Blue Devils. The defense was in the paint, mostly on Zion Williamson, and the easy shots that can boost a shooting percentage weren’t there.

“He did struggle with it,” Schlenk said of Reddish’s shot. “There was a lot of traffic in the lane at Duke this year. Besides Cam there weren’t a lot of shooters on the team. Once he gets up here and has more space on the floor because we’re going to have more shooters out there. we’re not concerned about that at all.”

Asked if the knee injury played a factor in his shooting in the 30-percent range, Reddish said, “it’s a possibility.”

Did the Hawks take a gamble with Reddish? No one seems to think so considering his draft stock stayed solid throughout. Schlenk’s track record suggests it was the right pick. The GM hit a home run in the 2017 draft with John Collins. The Wake Forest forward was available at No. 19 and Schlenk did cartwheels with the chance to get him. Collins was a revelation averaging almost 20 points and 10 rebounds a game this season. Not bad for a 19th pick.

It’s hard to bet against Schlenk, especially when Trae Young showed he could be the equal of Luka Doncic. The Hawks, remember, were widely criticized for taking Young, not Doncic in the 2018 draft.

The Hawks not only got Young, they got the No. 10 pick in 2019 from Dallas in the deal and used it on Reddish. So Doncic for two top 10 players? We’ll eventually see what Reddish is all about and if the Hawks won in the 2018 draft, as well as the 2019 draft.

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