Derailed Seedless

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Trainwreck S1 4X x AVL

Its impossible to ignore how much more resin we see on the triploids in comparison to the diploids - and this 3x plant is a shining example. Denser flowers, even louder sour and spicy pepper notes, and seriously bulked up production. The old school 'Wreck' flavors of this jewel are hard to come by and it definitely hits hard enough to derail even a seasoned consumer. As a triploid the chances of finding seeded flower is significantly less.

Triploid Cannabis Seeds
F1 Hybrid
Early Finishing Photoperiod
Feminized Seeds
Flowering Time: 8-9 Weeks
Maturity: Late September to Early October Outdoors
Cannabinoid Content: Moderate

This variety produces predominantly THCa, and may still produce some seed in areas of heavy pollination.

Visit our buyers guide for more information.

What is AVL? Learn more here.

Well-grown crops with good field conditions and accurate testing can yield 15-30% total cannabinoids variety dependent.

Growing technique, nutrient regime, sampling protocol, drying method, post-harvest handling, and laboratory accuracy all factor into total cannabinoid content on a crop-wide average.

Ratios refer to CBD, CBG, or CBDV/CBD percentages to total THC.

These COA's were taken from plants 30 days pre-harvest as required by the US Department of Agriculture, and are not an accurate representation of finished flower cannabinoid content.

For finished flower results we suggest seeking out results from other farmers who have grown our varieties. We cannot guarantee finished flower results, so we do not post them.

All seeds are feminized seeds.

A minimum of 10% extra seed is added to every order.

All seeds contain less than 0.3% total THC. Understand your local laws and ordinances before planting.

All genetics in our catalog are feminized seeds.

"Seedless" varieties are triploid cannabis genetics. Learn more about triploids here -->

Unless explicitly stated, all genetics are F1 hybrids. F1 genetics provide homogenous plants, vigorous growth, and heavy production - don't fall for polyhybrids.

To ensure germination success we recommend visiting our seed start guide below.