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How to Grow Quads
by Billy Budd (William H. Bradshaw)
The information in this video and/or transcript can be found in my book Secrets of the Pink Kush by William H. Bradshaw and is available in hard copy or e-book on Amazon.com. Please be advised that the book may be banned from some book stores in some countries due to the many secrets and/or content revealed in this three volume textbook for advanced students.
This video describes the general process for growing high quality cannabis and is not intended to describe the best approach for producing a high quantity of cannabis but rather a high quality of cannabis such that it would be rated as a quad AAAA.
Growing cannabis is a natural method to produce medicine rather than using a processed approach employing chemistry e.g. synthetic THC or CBD. When producing cannabis there are many materials and compounds produced during the process. This includes terpenes, flavonoids, THC, CBD, CBN as well many other compounds and plant material. The objective is to permit the plant to produce higher proportions of medicine to plant material such that the quality can be graded as AAAA or commonly referred to as a quad. This is achieved by employing superior polyploid genetics and a growing methodology that is conducive to higher quality.
First we will define a quad. A quad, in our context, is a rating applied to cannabis that is known as AAAA or a quad. A quad is the highest grade of cannabis possible with the exception that you read my book and see how you can actually produce even higher rated cannabis if you so desire. Please be well aware that growing quads is not easy and the yields will be significantly lower but the quality of the finished product, in my opinion, outweighs these negative aspects.
The rating system is defined by cannabis brokers. Brokers are people who broker the deals between suppliers, the actual growers or their agents and buyers or their agents. This is used to identify the quality of a load. The general rating system for cannabis is as follows:
B grade – lowest grade of cannabis. Poorly grown, poor strain, high yielding strains, flaws or grown outdoors in the higher latitudes. This is not medical grade cannabis and many more discerning smokers will not consume it. This also referred to as shwag or dirt weed.
A (singles) – better grade than B but less than AA. This is still not considered medical grade due to the lower medicinal value.
AA (dubs) – better grade than A but inferior to AAA. AA grade is probably the most common grade in that most growers are achieving an AA quality. This is the lowest acceptable grade for medical marijuana.
AAA (trips) – better grade than AA but still inferior to quads or AAAA. This is a more rare grade as many growers cannot or will not grow this higher quality. AAA is the preferred lowest grade for true medical marijuana with AAAA being the preferred higher grade. AAA will have a THC level of at least 20% and/or comparable CBD level, will burn white ash, have full flavour, decent smell, no after taste or evidence of spider mites, powdery mildew or mould.
AAAA (quads) – better grade than AAA and considered the top rank of rating. This is not technically true as I will show you how to create an even higher grade strain than AAAA by using higher level polyploids in my book Secrets of the Pink Kush.
Read Secrets of the Pink Kush for the exact procedures on creating super strains such as F1 hybrids, polyploids like Pink Kush and on how to grow high quality medical grade marijuana. It also has solutions to the many problems encountered during the cultivation of cannabis. The book not only contains advanced information about breeding and growing cannabis but also information on many other topics that cannot be found in any other books anywhere in the world. Thank you for your interest in this topic.