tinkerbell’s revenge seeds

Bought at a different different location, but these things are great. I’ve smoked other small joints in the $8-12 range, but these definitely take the cake. I’m not sure how they do it, but the pull is smooth and actually tastes GOOD, which I can’t say for other joints. Also, the THC was something like 20%+ which is way more than similar joints (I think Sitka’s are 8%?). Definitely going to keep smoking these!

100% recommends Tinkerbell’s Revenge

It’s everything it’s the best ever! Like Cinderella’s dream come true but better!

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Both Quincy Green, Quincy Reserve and Quincy Gold provide a range of products, including flower, pre-rolls, dabs, and distillate. Pre-rolls are sold in glass tubes with cork stoppers. Flower is sold in glass jars with bamboo lids, and fully compostable labels are made from sugarcane and printed with vegetable inks. The infused joints, hand painted with distillate and dipped in kief, are works of art, and pre-ground nugs are sold at a lower price point.

In the middle of the outdoor grow is a greenhouse where hothouse flowers are hand-tended in a controlled smart-house environment.

Knightlinger said plants typically go in the ground around May 15, using compost and native dirt. Water and fertilizer, if needed, is delivered through a drip-irrigation system.

Sungrown approach

In Quincy, frequent 100-degree days during the summer make watering a challenge. Knightlinger has perfected a system that starts at 4 a.m. and ends at 9 a.m. There are eight zones, and each zone gets about an hour of watering, utilizing approximately four gallons per plant a day.

Mark started growing cannabis in 2014 with his wife Leslie. Having worked side-by-side to grow their law practice in Seattle, they decided to build on their vision to grow what they hope is some of the best cannabis in Washington.

Quincy Green has blackout curtains that line the interior of the greenhouse that close at 7 p.m. and open at 7 a.m. Computerized monitoring provides real-time temperature, light and humidity levels.

Harvest to sale

“Quincy Green always tests in the 20s for THC, the terpenes are all present, and it is all hand-picked, hand-dried, and hand-trimmed,” Leslie Olson said. “We grow 20-24 strains, with classics like Bubba Kush and Northern Lights, but we are one of only two farms that have Tinkerbell’s Revenge, a sativa-dominant hybrid.”

“Our whole focus has been no carbon footprint,” said Mark. “The Quincy Basin has some of the best soil in the country, and some of the best marijuana in the U.S. grows right here. Our long summers stretch out until the end of October, and we can begin planting as early as May. We even have some plants that come up as volunteers in March.”