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Eastern european seeds
We have been breeding cannabis since 2002 with first sales in 2013. Within short time Kalashnikov Seeds became a top brand on the post-soviet union cannabis market, actively competing with many western seed banks on their own territory. In Europe, we are available in seven countries and looking for more.

Eastern european seeds

Kalashnikov Seeds is a group of old school growers, Soviet army veterans, breeding cannabis seeds in Russia for more than a decade. We based in Kuban region, close to Sochi, and work in constant cooperation with partners in Saint Petersburg and in the Far East region close to China. All of our strains are the result of cross-breeding AK-47 (Serious Seeds) clones with Russian, Dutch, Spanish, Eastern European and Afghan landraces.

We have been breeding cannabis since 2002 with first sales in 2013. Within short time Kalashnikov Seeds became a top brand on the post-soviet union cannabis market, actively competing with many western seed banks on their own territory. In Europe, we are available in seven countries and looking for more.

Apart from autoflowering and feminized seeds, after years of experiments, we have achieved a line of “Express” strains. Theу are characterized by shorter period of flowering than their feminized counterparts. Attention! Express are NOT autoflowering. Please do net expect lowering in june! Express need shorter day to get flowers, exactly as feminized plant.

Central stage on cannabis scene is occupied by Dutch and Spanish breeders and our intention is to prove that Russian-grown seeds not in any way worse than the foreign ones. And moreover, frankly speaking, they are, at times, even better. To make are words count we participate in a number of Cannabis Expositions, gradually gaining more and more popularity beyond the Russian border.

Since 2018 we supporting blockchain platform BitCanna (www.bitcanna.io) hoping it gets popular all around the world.

The location on the map is very conditional, with a radius of 20 km, the photo is taken from open sources. Anyone can add their pics as well. Good day and a peaceful sky over your head!

Eastern european seeds
This project brought together all five ESFRI.

Eastern european seeds

Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud (SS.

Synergies for Europe’s Research Infrastructures.

H2020 ERIC Forum Implementation project

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Strengthening and widening the European infr.

This project brought together all five ESFRI.

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Under-use of Official Microdata

The project came to a formal end on 30 June.

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Many European countries now have long-established data services. Yet, many European countries still do not have national data services, and so a great deal of original research data is lost and remains forever out of reach. Efforts are now being made at the European level to redress this problem and to establish new data services in countries where none exist to date. The successful FP7 project SERSCIDA (January 2012 – June 2014), funded by the European Commission, aimed to help establish data services in three West Balkan countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia). It involved intensive training, organisation building, development of technical infrastructure, and promotion and outreach activities.

The SEEDS project (South-Eastern European Data Services), co-funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, aims to widen these efforts, based on the SERSCIDA model and project outputs, and backed internationally by CESSDA, to establish new data services in the countries of Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and to continue their integration in the national and international landscape for Croatia and Serbia.

The project, currently in progress, will extend the capacities of selected partner institutions, and will develop knowledge and tools related to data service infrastructures. It will bring partner institutions into the fold of an international movement and network that will provide long-term benefits not only to these institutions, but more importantly to the respective national research communities, including more available data for secondary analyses.