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LOST CREEK SEEDS

CONCORDIA, KS

Legal Name: LOST CREEK ENTERPRISES LLC

LOST CREEK SEEDS is an Intrastate Non-Hazmat DOT registered company based in CONCORDIA KS. US DOT Number: 2498399

The company operates 1 power unit(s) and 3 driver(s). The company has been registered US DOT since 22-APR-14

MCS-150 Vehicle Mileage reported in 2014 was 5,000.

Contact LOST CREEK SEEDS by telephone: (785) 243-2521 by email: [email protected] .

6 LOST CREEK LN
CONCORDIA
KS
66901-9757
US

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Lost Creek

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Basic / Breeders Info

Lost Creek is a mostly indica variety from Rare Dankness and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±68 days ) and outdoors . Rare Dankness’ Lost Creek is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Rare Dankness’ Lost Creek Description

A stronger Indica over all body high, is what you can expect from LOST CREEK. A sweet aroma strain, that is also high in CBD’s. This is a great pain management strain.

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Batch No. 1, Jar No. 4: Obsessions, Love Affairs and Other Seedy Stories The Pickle Shelf Radio Hour

It’s harvest season in the garden at Lost Creek Farm, where Mike Costello and Amy Dawson grow dozens of unique heirloom vegetables, from Homer Fike’s Yellow Oxheart tomatoes and Pink Annie half-runner beans, to Bloody Butcher corn and Cushaw squash. Behind each of those plants is a generations-deep community of people who’ve saved their cherished seeds and passed them down over the years. We visit just a few seed savers behind some of the crops grown at Lost Creek Farm, and we hear stories of seeds connecting people to their own families and communities, as well as other cultures and far-away places.

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It’s harvest season in the garden at Lost Creek Farm, where Mike Costello and Amy Dawson grow dozens of unique heirloom vegetables, from Homer Fike’s Yellow Oxheart tomatoes and Pink Annie half-runner beans, to Bloody Butcher corn and Cushaw squash. Behind each of those plants is a generations-deep community of people who’ve saved their cherished seeds and passed them down over the years. We visit just a few seed savers behind some of the crops grown at Lost Creek Farm, and we hear stories of seeds connecting people to their own families and communities, as well as other cultures and far-away places.