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The fork seeds

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Basic / Breeders Info

The Fork is a mostly sativa variety from Colorado Seed and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days ) and outdoors . Colorado Seeds The Fork is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Colorado Seeds The Fork Description

The Fork is a genetic bred, that acquired it from the original breeders from kailua, on the north shore of Oahu in Hawaii about 8 years ago.
Colorado Seed Inc.’s "The Fork" is dubbed as such because the original breeders utilized a fork, a knife, and a spoon in lieu of tagging their three mysterious Hawaiian strains with specific names. Those marked with a knife and spoon turned out to be less than satisfactory, but “The Fork” expressed brilliant sativa-dominant qualities that could not be ignored. With effects similar to those of Durban Poison, The Fork dishes up exhilarating physical and mental energy that encourages activity.

Dorset-based social enterprise, Future Roots, and The Engine Room Restaurant near Dorchester are delighted to be reaping the rewards of their new partnership, with workers at the care farm now delivering a fresh basket of the finest local vegetables every week to the restaurant based at Poundbury Gardens.

Based just three miles from Poundbury Gardens, the vegetables grown on Future Roots’ four acre Whitfield site are tended to by a group of vulnerable adults collectively known as the Countrymen’s Club, who in return for providing carefully nurtured local produce for diners at The Engine Room Restaurant to enjoy, are receiving vouchers to spend on tools and seeds at any of The Gardens Group’s three award-winning centres.

Future Roots was established nine years ago and provides a range of programmes for all ages from both Whitfield Farm and its original site, Rylands Farm near Sherborne, Dorset. The not-for-profit social enterprise specialises in giving positive purpose to those in the local community who are struggling with transitions in their lives and is open every day to people who have complex issues to deal with. All staff are experienced and well trained to facilitate positive change with the help of animals or plants, with Countrymen’s Club sessions now running five days per week across the two sites.