-Miyazaki OG

Miyazaki OG Cannabis Flower Lineage:

Greenbaum’s OG: (Heirloom Bubblegum x SFV OG F4) x (Versailles OG: Louie XIII OG x Skywalker OG BX)

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Miyazaki OG AT A GLANCE

Miyazaki OG was created by Aficionado Genetics based in California. 

Elite genetics that are hard to find and are expensive.

Very rare to Colorado as of 4/20/2020

A large gap between the buds and narrowed spacing like a classic OG with a pointed golf ball at the tip.

A fruity gasoline odor.

Long, wild branches.

Frosty 

THC-A% – 23% – 25%

CBD-A% – 0%

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Jason Sirotin:
Hello, and welcome to the Greenstone podcast. I'm your host, Jason Sirotin, here as always with Gary Walker and our good friend Mr. Genetics. Today we're going to be talking about one of my very favorite buds, the Miyazaki OG. This one really has grabbed my attention, and it might be just because of the name. I just love the name. And it's an Indica. It's Heirloom Bubblegum with SFX OG F4, King Louis VIII OG, Skywalker OG BX. I've never even heard of that.

Mr. Genetics:

Yeah.

Jason Sirotin:

Man. Do you know the backstory of Miyazaki? Where did that come from? This one really just fascinates me.

Mr. Genetics:

Yeah. This is made by a company called Aficionado Genetics, and they are based in Northern California [inaudible 00:01:23]. Mendocino County. They've been in business for a long time but have been extremely under the radar, and I think even still they're under the radar and underrated. But they have only been focused on extremely high-quality genetics that come at an extremely high price. And they are... they were released in very limited quantity batches. Every seed pack is numbered with a specific number, and it's just a generally... A hard genetic to get ahold of whenever they release a new one. Just any strain from that company in particular is just very rare to see in Colorado.

Jason Sirotin:

What do you think enables them to do that? How did they build up that reputation to be able to sell so few for so much?

Mr. Genetics:

It comes from kind of a legendary breeder whose name is Mandelbrot. And Mandelbrot is a well-known breeder name within the breeder community and people who enjoy genetics and all that kind of stuff. So he had legendary genetics, and he had been breeding in Northern California. And then eventually he met up with some friends that were also into breeding, and before he died, his business partner, Leo, took a bunch of the genetics that they had both been working on and both crossing and eventually made a strain called Magnum Opus, which is consistent over the Royal Valley Kush, which is from Mandelbrot, and the Black Lime Reserve type, which was from Leo, the other business partner. So they took two of their personal legendary strains and made their Magnum Opus... that's the name of it. And that kind of provided a launchpad for Aficionado Genetics.

Jason Sirotin:

Wow. That's crazy. And is there anything else popular that they make that is a hot commodity right now?

Mr. Genetics:

Yeah. I would say anything they make is a hot commodity just because people will see it's from that specific company.

Yeah.

Mr. Genetics:

But they did have just a new line. They released a genetic that looked pretty interesting. But I'm kind of more... I keep more stock in the original strains that companies got successful off of as opposed to new strains that are being released now.

Jason Sirotin:

Gotcha.

Mr. Genetics:

I think at this point [crosstalk 00:03:32].

Jason Sirotin:

Because you figure they started with their best? Is that why?

Mr. Genetics:

[Crosstalk 00:03:35] a point where we're over the hill, as far as genetic companies go. Unfortunately, I've seen a lot of [inaudible 00:03:41] breeding, mass breeding just to produce a large quantity of seeds to sell and "pass out on." So now we're seeing a flood of new genetics that really hasn't been worked and hasn't been tested like they should be. So that's why I hold more stocks in the original strains these companies start with as opposed to the strains that are being pumped out now.

Jason Sirotin:

Gotcha. And do you know why they chose the name Miyazaki?

Mr. Genetics:

Oh, I think it just has to do with the part of Japan that Leo visited once.

Jason Sirotin:

Okay, cool.

Mr. Genetics:

But one of the reasons that I really liked that strain is because [inaudible 00:04:18] are using the Heirloom Bubblegum. And the Heirloom strain is something that they have worked and established as a winner in every category. And it's classified as a strain that they can use to create other strains off of. So mixing the San Fernando Valley OG and the Versaille OG, which is the Louis the XIII OG with the Skywalker back cross, putting all that OG in with their Heirloom Bubblegum really does make a unique gassy-type strain.

Jason Sirotin:

Yes. So what does it... Describe what it looks like as it's growing and then what the flower looks like.

Mr. Genetics:

Right. So again, different [inaudible 00:04:54] will do different things. But you're going to notice pretty much any [inaudible 00:04:57] of this is going to be extremely tall and lanky. It's going to stretch a lot, and it's actually going to be kind of a [inaudible 00:05:04] strain as far as maintenance required and how far the margins for error are in this strain, which are very low. So you're going to see... If you're not on your game growing this strain, then you're going to see her complaining. And you're going to, as far as bud structure, there's going to be large gap between the bud and narrowed spacing like a classic OG with a pointed golf ball [inaudible 00:05:28].

Jason Sirotin:

It sounds tasty. Gary, do not fuck up this plant. This needs the utmost care, buddy. You got to... you might have to sleep next to it.

Gary Walker:

Well this is the beauty of my relationship with Mr. Genetics and my experience as a cannabis grower is... as I'm leading my team of growers, the importance of understanding the physical characteristics of each strain is highly important to know and understand so that you can grow correctly and understand what it's going to do and how it responds.

Jason Sirotin:

Totally. I kept looking at the picture going, "Gary's going to show me something really beautiful in person one day. I'm going to see this." Because I keep... the pictures of it online are just crazy. And there'll be a few on our website. But beautiful, beautiful stuff. Mr. Genetics, is there anything else that we should know about this interesting strain, Miyazaki OG?

Mr. Genetics:

I would just say that there is a large percentage of consumers that really like the "gas," and this is an extremely pure gas version of Aficionado's own twist on a genetic. So anyone who likes that gas, this would be the strain for you, hands down.

Jason Sirotin:

Well tell me, what's that gas? I've never even heard of that. I feel like a rookie.

Mr. Genetics:

Gas is a term used to describe what an OG smells and tastes like.

Jason Sirotin:

Ah.

Mr. Genetics:

What it's supposed to smell and taste like. A true pure OG is not going to be fruity or banana or Kushy or anything like that. It's going to have its own particular smell that people will attribute to gasoline.

Jason Sirotin:

Oh, like a diesel. Right. Okay. Gotcha. That makes sense. Thank you for educating me, Mr. Genetics. You're always so helpful.

Gary Walker:

Yup. If I may add that the chemical compounds found in these gassy OGs has been very popular in the California area due to a lot of opioid addiction. And it has been found to help people come off of opioids and to be able to transition much better.

Jason Sirotin:

Interesting. What does make up that, Mr. Genetics? Where does that odor come from?

Mr. Genetics:

You know, it's just that strain's specific cannabinoid profile. I'm not really sure like each different name of the cannabinoids, but it does have its own bracket that they make up that particular smell that has contributed a cult following.

Jason Sirotin:

I like a skunky smell, which I feel like is different from the gasoline, right?

Mr. Genetics:

Yes. I suppose... yeah. Skunk and Kush and gas are all their own different worlds.

Jason Sirotin:

Interesting. Mr. Genetics, thank you for telling me about this frosty goodness that is Miyazaki OG. I am so excited to see what our growers come up with and what the plants we end up getting are. This is just amazing. Thank you so much. Thank you all for listening. If you want to learn more about our strains and what we offer, please go to Greenstoneonfire.com. And you can also hit us with an email, info@greenstoneonfire.com. And just keep paying attention. Put us in your feed, get updates, subscribe, and all that cool stuff. Thanks a lot.

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