Dirty Pam is one of our latest strains from Grateful Seeds, that boasts a wildly unique terp profile and makes up part of their Original edition range.
The mother is the Dirty Bitch which is a cut of unknown genetics gifted by Bask Triangle Farms, that Grateful Seeds have hit with the pollen from their Pineapple Madness #16 that is also the pollen donor in their super-exotic Pineapple Madness R2. Pineapple Madness itself is a cross between Crazy Noa and Strawberry Banana; the Crazy Noa is a cross of the Noa with the Space Jam & the Space Jam seems to have the ability of constantly increases the terpene production of whatever she is crossed into and that is again the case here in the Dirty Pam.
The Dirty Pam grows to serious heights with excellent vigour that leads to rapid growth and towering cola; therefore, 3x stretch is generally expected in this highly Sativa leaning flower. Thankfully this means some seriously high yields as a result, and she also boasts a wicked terpene profile that blends notes of sweet blueberry, pineapple and ripe peaches that will completely dominate whatever room they are in. The flavour itself is super unique, reminiscent of exotic, tropical jungle fruits to keep you salivating over these terps non-stop!
The resin production is more than substantial as we’ve come to expect from Grateful Seed’s astounding genetics, and the resin will collect with impeccable quality and quantities as well as expressing in with excellent clarity and glowing hues. The plant itself will be ready in 8-10 weeks of flowering time and is a very productive high-yielding sativa dominant strain, no doubt this will be one that you won’t want to put down thanks to her mystical terpene profile.
The Grateful Seeds family is a small-batch Barcelona based team with a great love for the cannabis culture. They have a long experience from their roots working across the globe in the USA, Mexico, Switzerland, Spain and Morocco that led them to develop their own techniques to express their love for breeding.
Their mission statement focuses on great resin production for flower and hash making and creating exclusive, exotic terpene profiles. They are constantly exploring new ways of combining these two factors to offer new varieties to the community. Grateful Seeds is a project born in 2015 in Barcelona after years of selecting and testing where they’ve networked to find some of the best keeper phenos in the game to maintain in their library for future development.
Grateful Seeds quality based approach has led to them achieving numerous awards for their genetics, including but not limited to: the Homegrown Cup, Secret Cup Bizkaia, Cosesha Cup, Master of Rosin and ICMAG420.