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Primus seeds

Buy Primus seeds online with Seedsbay. Here you will find detailed information on the Primus cannabis seeds, from specifications and reviews to flavors and effects. We have listed every seedshop where you can buy Primus seeds along their offers. Compare prices on Primus seeds and get the best deal for yourself!

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Primus specifications

Read the Primus seed specifications in the table below. The values may vary between the different seedbanks where you can buy Primus seeds.

Variety 90% Indica and 10% Sativa
THC level 24%
CBD Level Low

About Primus seeds

Primus is a strain which is mainly indica and has a THC percentage of 24%. This strain has a low percentage of CBD. Primus has similarities with 303 OG and Trainwreck and is a combination of 90% indica and 10% sativa. Grow Primus seeds and get a fine marijuana plant with generous crops. Grow Primus seeds into a nice and bushy marijuana plant, the Primus has an average flowering time.

The Primus has a Sweet, Citrus, Tropical, Flowery and Skunk taste and the primus has a sleepy, relaxed, focused, euphoric and happy effects.You cannot buy Primus seeds in one single seedbank on the internet, as soon as we know a shop which are selling Primus seeds, we will post it here.

Primus flavors

Is it good to know what the flavor of Primus is before you buy Primus seeds online. It said Primus tastes mostly like:

  • Sweet
  • Citrus
  • Tropical
  • Flowery
  • Skunk

Primus effects

You want to buy Primus seeds? Get yourself informed about the effects of the Primus strain. Primus is known for the following effects:

  • Sleepy
  • Relaxed
  • Focused
  • Euphoric
  • Happy

Primus reviews

Read what other people has to say about Primus seeds.

Most helpfull

Sonia from Gisborne

A true indica triple threat! This strain should be experienced by all! Or at least indica lovers!!The lineage is complex yet elegant as Seedsbay states. Heavy on all the indica markers-body,mind,mood,and oh the hunger! Goes the distance 3-3(1/3) Hrs respectively, heavy finish, may cause napping haha. Flavors-Pine,Skunk,Lemon Bars Tender’s notes-Keep the tasty beverage on hand! Dry mouth is almost certainly on the way! Your eyes may dry out as well. I suggest a low light second half to your session. Food/Beverage Pairing- The Orange Lazarus- Orange soda, Vanilla ice cream, Clementine coolie( for the crazy brave). Thanks for reading!

Most recent

Aurora O. Carpenter from Werbomont

One of the stankest, rankest smelling strains you’ll ever lay nostrils to – &I mean that as a compliment. EXTREME chemmy, earthy, skunk smells, blend together to create a very loud, lingering taste and smell. The better this strain is grown, the more extreme this becomes. Has a somewhat racey, sour diesel-type sativa “feel”, although indica effects are present as well.

Primus Synergistic (corn, hybrid, bicolor)

CULTURE: Apply fertilizer at 10 lbs./5 kg. of 5-10-5 per 1,000 sq ft/93 sq m., to the soil before sowing, or side dress in bands 2 in/5 cm wide and 4 in/ 10 cm deep – at least 2 in/5 cm away from the seeded row when seeding. Corn is a tough plant and will survive in many types of soil. Weather and fertilizer play a large part in the shape, and length of the cob. Checks in growth caused by cold nights in late June will shorten the cob considerably and disrupt any planting schedule. To assure a continuous supply of fresh corn throughout the season, sow every week from early May till July 1st. Early May sowings should be treated with an insecticide when ground temps. are around 50°F/10°C. Our fungicide (treatments only protect the seed from rotting – not from corn maggots. Minimum soil temp. for most early varieties is 50°F/10°C – optimum temp. is about 65°F/18°C degrees for normal germination. The use of an insecticide treatment is not needed after June 5th., when soil temps. reach normal levels and maggots are no longer a problem. Sow seed 1/2 in/13 mm deep, cover and firm. Plant at least 4 rows of each variety -side by side, 2.5 ft/76 cm apart – to assure proper wind pollination. Space seeds in groups of 4 – 8 in/20 cm apart (early varieties) and 10 in/25 cm apart (late varieties). Single rows, and group plantings of different maturing varieties cause poor looking cobs with lots of gaps in the rows, due to improper pollination. Check the soil surface for un-planted seed – it encourages birds to dig for more. Thin groups of seedlings to 2 sprouts per hill or group. Any additional fertilizer should be applied before corn is 12 in/31 cm high. Apply Sevin XLR insecticide in 5 day intervals, after corn is 18 in/46 cm high – direct spray into the axis of the leaves for corn borers. As “silks” appear, make 5 more applications of Sevin XLR in 2 or 3 day intervals for ear worm control. Organic gardeners can use BUG BAIT (attracts carnivorous insects) for corn borers and apply mineral oil to corn silks for ear worm control. Home gardeners can control bird damage by slipping small 16 in/41 cm bags over ears a week before picking. Do not remove suckers (small ears) from the bottom of the plant – it will retard maturity. For use of an insecticide treatment contact your local government control agency for advice.

HARVESTING: It is best to have a large pot of boiling water ready when harvesting – to retain the natural sugars and sweetness. These natural sugars start to change to starch a few hours after you pick corn. Strip the leaves off before boiling.

FREEZING: Use slightly immature cobs with well developed kernels. Husk and de-silk. For corn on the cob – blanch 5 to 8 min; cool, drain, package in freezer bags or individually with freezer wrap. For niblet corn – blanch for 1.5 min on the cob. Chill thoroughly, strip kernels from cob and pack – then quick freeze.