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According to Reeferman (in one of the threads below) he only germed 10 or so seeds so this line was undoubtedly bottlenecked a bit. Also known to hold it (though unknown if it is the same Danbo/Reeferman line) are the breeders hothouseflowers (hhf) and the Breeders Choice Organization (not the Sannies Breeders Choice, the Breeders Choice from Cannabis Eye) and perhaps the breeder British Hempire and the breeder Bodhi. Bodhi’s story is below, and I suppose the question will be is Bodhi’s line the real deal, a related line, or perhaps as some suggest a Durban-Afghan cross of some kind, unrelated to Big Sur Holy Weed though attractive on its own merits. It is not clear that Reeferman is still in business, or whether or not he still has the mamas and papas or any remaining seed stock.

Remaining Reeferman seeds are disappearing from the seed banks that carry his gear. Breeders Choice listed Big Sure Holy Weed and a BSHW x Haze cross on their site a couple of years ago, and they might still have some stock but it is not on their site. The Bodhi version is still listed at the Attitude under limited releases but it has been sold out for months. So Big Sur Holy Weed is very hard to find at the moment. I do think that there are several breeders working to preserve the strain though so perhaps in 2012 we will see new presentations of it. Short of that I guess you could buy some SAGE and breed some F2s, F3s and F4s and look for some purple sativa phenos. You will never get the original strain back but you might find something similar. Or maybe you could mount a strain hunter expedition to the high mountain valleys of Zacatecas, where this strain might still exist (but maybe doesn’t due to paraquat.) Even better, you could mount an expedition to the hills of Santa Cruz and Big Sur California where the strain might still exist. Also possible that you might find a clone even if you can’t find seeds.

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