Weeds of New Jersey

Weeds of New Jersey – The Lost Book!

Weeds of New Jersey was a comprehensive guide-book to the weeds strains you can purchase in New Jersey during the 80s’.It’s helped the local customer to to know what they can find and buy in the state of New Jersey. The book provides information about the identification, distribution, and management groups of this plants.

The book contains detailed descriptions of over 50 species of weeds found in New Jersey.

What Used to Be the Most Common Weed Strain in New Jersey?

The most common weed strain in New Jersey mentioned in the Weeds of New Jersey was Skunk #1.

Skunk #1 is a hybrid cannabis strain that has affected cannabis on a worldwide scale, giving birth to a slew of Skunk crosses since it first appeared in the late 1970s. Skunk #1 was developed by Sacred Seed Co. utilizing genetics from all over the world; Afghani, Acapulco Gold, and Colombian Gold kinds collided through a complicated selective breeding procedure that spanned many generations, and the genetic cornerstone of innumerable cannabis hybrids was produced.

What Other Strains Were Prevalent?

In another strange way, the Swazi Gold variety was also among the common varieties in New Jersey in those years. Apparently someone smuggled them out of the African continent.

We don’t have much information since the Weeds of New Jersey book can’t be find any more. But strangely, another New Jersey’s common weed strain was Durban Poison.

The Durban Poison strain is a Sativa-dominant marijuana, almost 100% pure sativa strain, in fact, Durban Poison is a pure sativa strain with roots traced back to a single ancestor from Africa’s south coast. Pure-grown Durban Poison (which is extremely difficult to get) is genetically 100% sativa. The strain named after the South African port city where it originated in. The strain has THC level averages of 15% but has been once even recorded to level up to 24%

Why Can’t We Find the “weeds of New Jersey” Book Anymore?

Well, the book seems to have been published to a very limited market of people. Maybe 500 or 1000 copies of the book. Most of them were confiscated and burned. The value of the book today is around 50 thousand dollars per copy and is very difficult to obtain.

By the way, If anyone has a copy of the book, please contact us!

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