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BOEL Skunk x JohnnyD’s Cambodian Thai In RDWC
- Dec 9, 2017
I kinda figured that the above named Golden Coast Genetics strain deserved its own place in the spotlight, and maybe a little background info on its history since I got no love when I initially asked about the BOEL. This isn’t going to be cohesive and orderly because that’s not how my mind works. I’ll do my best to not get too far off track.
Some of you might be old enough and worldly enough to fondly remember the acid days of the 60s. One of the chief purveyors and manufacturers of LSD was the Brotherhood of Eternal Love with their “Orange Sunshine” blotter, often freely gifted to encourage “enlightenment”. There’s a semi-documentary movie by the same name which is the story of the Brotherhood of Eternal Love – a spiritual group of surfers and hippies in California who became the world’s largest suppliers of LSD.
Skunk. Very few other words can conjure up such a strong smell association. The history of skunk weed is hotly contested in some circles. Sam “The Skunk Man” developed and christened the first Skunk #1 strains in the mid-70s, but others claim that ‘Skunk’ was initially a name for a strong smelling line of hybridised and acclimatised pure sativas grown in California by the Mother Earth communes in the mid to late 60s and also by the Brotherhood of Eternal Love, predominantly in Hawaii.
Regardless the truth of that bit of history it’s accepted that the old BOEL skunk strain has been continuously grown in the islands since then, albeit hybridized/crossed/mutated/bastardized and otherwise altered by the vagaries of time. This Golden Coast Genetics strain utilizes a cross of BOEL Skunk, otherwise known as Brotherhood ’79 Skunk.
Johnny or Johnny D, the other genetic strain in this cross, is an old-time strain that was bred in Hawaii and is a cross of Thai and Cambodian sativas. It’s been an island staple for many years but it too has changed over time.
So this is supposedly a skunky Hawaiian sativa crossed with other Hawaiian-developed sativas, but given that the young leaves are short and fat as hell I’m thinking that an Afghan worked it’s way into the genetics somewhere along the line. I’ve seen pics of this strain from growers in the islands and even though at first it looks like an Afghan the sativa kicks into high gear during flowering. It’ll be fun to see how it grows out for me.
I kinda figured that the above named Golden Coast Genetics strain deserved its own place in the spotlight, and maybe a little background info on its history…