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blue mountain fire seeds

Blue mountain fire seeds

A sativa strain with Jamaican roots, Blue Mountain Fire is an invigorating, upbeat variety that coerces creativity and happy mindsets. When grown outdoors, Blue Mountain Fire can tower with impressive heights and yields. Its high-energy buzz is perfect for motivating the mind and fighting fatigue, but those prone to anxiety may feel overwhelmed by the fast-paced euphoria this sativa has to offer.

Blue Mountain Fire potency is higher THC than average.

A sativa strain with Jamaican roots, Blue Mountain Fire is an invigorating, upbeat variety that coerces creativity and happy mindsets. When grown outdoors, Blue Mountain Fire can tower with impressive heights and yields. Its high-energy buzz is perfect for motivating the mind and fighting fatigue, but those prone to anxiety may feel overwhelmed by the fast-paced euphoria this sativa has to offer.

Blue mountain fire seeds

Heppner Ranger District
(541) 676-9187

Since 1994, the Umatilla National Forest has operated under a policy which promotes the use of native plant species in restoration and revegetation projects. Early efforts to acquire seeds and cuttings for outplanting projects were often constrained by the lack of basic collection and propagation information; however, our knowledge and experience base has grown exponentially over the last 5 years. In this website, detailed information from a broad array of sources has been compiled to develop "species profiles" for selected grass, tree, and forb species native to the Blue Mountains area of northeast Oregon and southeast Washington. Topics covered include habitat needs and restoration uses, as well as biological information pertaining to seed weights, maturity dates, and collection and propagation methods. Information on sowing rates, and expected germination and seed yields in both agronomic and forest settings is also presented. This website is intended to be a dynamic information resource that will be revised and updated as new data becomes available. If you have information to share, please contact Vicky Erickson (Umatilla National Forest, Supervisor’s Office) at 541-278-3715 or [email protected]

Supervisor's Office
72510 Coyote Road
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 278-3716

Contents

Many individuals within and outside the Forest Service contributed data and anecdotal information used to create native species profiles. They include: Mark Stannard (NRCS Plant Materials Center, Pullman, WA), Dale Darris (NRCS, Plant Materials Center, Corvallis, OR), Don Justice, Karl Urban, Scott Riley, Kari Yanskey, Karen Prudhomme, Nancy Berlier, JeanAnn Mitchell, Betsy Kaiser, Bill Lydie (Umatilla National Forest), Colleen Archibald, Wayne Rolle (USFS J. Herbert Stone Nursery, Medford, OR), Jim Barner (USFS Bend Pine Nursery, Bend, OR), Dale Brown (OSU Seed Laboratory, Corvallis, OR), Ruth Seltzler (WA State Seed Laboratory, Yakima, WA), and Barbara Russell (private contractor, La Grande, OR).

Walla Walla Ranger District
(509) 522-6290

Native Grass and Forb Seed Production Contract

Pomeroy Ranger District
(509) 843-1891

North Fork John Day Ranger District
(541) 427-3231