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Next Generation Seed Company

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Next Generation Seed Company might sound new, but Jason Baker, also known as Jay Generation or Romulan Jay, officially launched NGSC in 1997. They started off in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada then moved to Europe in 2008 to enjoy the friendlier legal climate that Holland and Spain had to offer. While there, they honed their feminization and autoflowering breeding techniques.

Now that Canada has reformed their cannabis laws, Next Generation is back in Canada. Throughout his career, Jason held firm and continued to refine and improve the best Canadian genetics, especially the Grapefruit strain.

Next Generation Seed Company has a stellar reputation. In addition to numerous Cup wins, they were inducted in the High Times Hall of Fame in 2008. If you’re a fan of Jorge Cervantes earlier grow videos, you’ll get a glimpse of exactly what NGSC can do. Many were filmed in their gardens.

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Next Generation Seed Company is a High Times Hall of Fame Member that specializes in the finest Canadian genetics including Grapegod and Romulan.

Next Generation Seeds Crap? OK? Amazing?

tardis
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OK, Next Generation Seeds look good from what I’ve seen. Great rep from years ago as well as what are described to be amazingly strong smokes for Island Sweet Skunk and Romulan Diesel.

Anyone actually grow these seeds out since they’ve been on attitude? I’m curious
how they compare with subcools gear. As i’ve gotten picky in my genetics i’ve backed away from things like barneys farm because although they are excelent growers they seem to lack the euphoria in their highs. Their highs are strong, just not quite the euphoric high I look for. I smoke everything I grow so I want quality in every plant (or of course at least an 80% chance it will be excelent smoke).

So how does Sweet Island skunk or their Romulan compare to subcools gear or cali connection gear? not clones but from seeds since thats all i can get ahold of here.

OK, Next Generation Seeds look good from what I've seen. Great rep from years ago as well as what are described to be amazingly strong smokes for Island…