Eagle Scout T-111 Genetics
Eagle Scout T-111 is a low input, coastal acclimatized cannabis chemovar, with a low environmental impact. Bred and phenotype selected from the Eagle Scout cultivar in Freshwater California, the T-111 accentuates Humboldt’s unique cannabis appellations. Curated by Freshwater Farmacy, a true local family farm in the damp contours of Humboldt County’s dewy fog bank. ESC T-111 was bred utilizing relative dry farming techniques, onsite livestock and Korean Natural Farming to minimize inputs. In addition, an early harvest plan in mid September strategically avoids late season crop loss. It is with these common principles, an uncommon perseverance inspired botrytis resistant allele combinations to arise, creating the Eagle Scout T-111 clone. Genomic sequencing of the rare clone was arranged by Medicinal Genomics and Kevin McKernan. To learn more about Eagle Scout T-111 genetics, use the following link.
Eagle Scout was discovered by continuously exploring seed and pollen from a Humboldt local land race which at one point reigned origins from GSC. Later hybridizing Eagle Scout with the famed cannabis cultivar, Arcata Trainwreck. The original breeder worked the genetics of ESC to treat the affects of PTSD from their days of combat. The second stage of breeding was finalized by the original breeder’s dear friends at Freshwater Farmacy. Finally, the combined efforts hybridized ESC with Trainwreck, and the ESC T-111 clone was born assembling a unique and forceful terpinolene content. Complimented with major cannabinoids THCA at over 24% outdoors, and 2-3% CBGA, the Eagle Scout clone is an early crop dream come true, and a delightful jaunt into hysterical laughter and inspired creativity.