Oct 12, 2010


This is a potent Florida strain from the eastern coastal region that grows very rapidly in the humid area of the state.

Gulf Coast cubensis generally means it is a wild growing cubensis that grows along ocean bordering states near the Gulf of Mexico, such as Texas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia etc. Gulf Coast strains thrive near the humid ocean air climates. Spores from one state can easily travel to the next through birds, farm animals, hurricanes etc… They adapt along the coastal states to the new growing conditions and take up habitat near the warm humid ocean inlands.

The Gulf Coast strain is a rather easy one to work with and produces good yields with fruitbodies ranging from average to large in size.

It’s one of the very few P.cubensis strains to inhabit the North American continent.

Gulf Coast from The Hawk’s Eye

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