TGA Subcool seeds was created in 2001 with the idea that they would create strains of medical marijuana. Their strains are designed to relieve; pain, nausea, tremors, nerve pain, anxiety, and even social disorders. They became sick and tired of medical marijuana being sub-par and advertised with a plethora of false claims and false information. TGA decided that this was not fair on those genuinely suffering who needed real relief rather than just a pain relieving high that causes them to completely lose focus and drive. They don't use gene altering technology in order to render their seeds more user-friendly, feminised, and auto flowering technology can lessen the potency of the strains. They feel that too many brands sacrifice the quality of their strains just to keep up with which genetic alterations are currently popular.
This means that currently they are focusing on regular seeds.
For their strains regular seeds retain the level of potency they require and they ensure the genetics of the strains remain uncompromised. Regular seeds supply an even split of male and female plants, this sometimes varies in favour of the females. Many have no use for the male plant however a lot of breeders prefer them so that they can cultivate their own seed harvest. When a strain requires as much genetic control, as these highly effective medical strains do, the best way to breed is by choosing the parent plants. Seeds will take the best traits from each parent and so this provides a level of control over the genes and the quality of the crop that cannot be rivalled by genetically altered seeds.
The TGA website supplies a downloadable catalogue of all of their seeds for public perusal. In this catalogue they supply information on all of their strains including their genetic background and their THC percentage. They also have a very interesting blog which provides their customers with all new and upcoming news on everything marijuana.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries – please check the laws of your country and don’t be growing any plants if it is against your country’s laws.