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Marijuana offered medicinal relief to his parents, but it was the science that drew Prater to the plant.

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In this episode of Seed to Strain we meet Twompson Prater the creator of Pinkman Goo, an Indica strain with 18 percent THC.

Prater says he is a child of the cannabis business. Growing up, his father had glaucoma and his mother had battled and beat cancer. Prater’s childhood memories include days playing in the marijuana fields of Northern California.

Marijuana offered medicinal relief to his parents, but it was the science that drew Prater to the plant.

Throughout high school and college Prater focused on math, science, and physics.

Pink Man Goo came to life with the help of Prater’s sister, who found three marijuana seeds in a tin can behind the refrigerator of their home.

The “goo” is resin that has seeped from the leaves of the cannabis plant. It’s so rare to see something like this that the strain has astonished even the most seasoned growers in the industry.

Pinkman Goo by Twompson Praeter is an unusual flower with a fascinating mutation. While the genetic background of this strain remains unknown, the seedstock was discovered by Praeter’s sister, hidden in an Altoid container behind a stove. Pinkman Goo earned its name from the resinous drops that develop on the astoundingly pink flowers during photosynthesis. This mutation has been said to raise the THC content by up to 4% compared to buds without it. Keep an eye out for Pinkman Goo from CaliCropDoc.

Pinkman Goo

Pinkman Goo by Twompson Praeter is an unusual flower with a fascinating mutation. While the genetic background of this strain remains unknown, the seedstock was discovered by Praeter’s sister, hidden in an Altoid container behind a stove. Pinkman Goo earned its name from the resinous drops that develop on the astoundingly pink flowers during photosynthesis. This mutation has been said to raise the THC content by up to 4% compared to buds without it. Keep an eye out for Pinkman Goo from CaliCropDoc.