Chem Reserve by Fleetwood is a Sativa strain created by crossing Stardawg and Chem 4. Stardawg is also a Chem cross that introduces Afghani landrace genetics to this ultra gassy, earthy classic that stands tall in the Chem family. Be prepared to get lifted and immediately overcome with euphoric excitement and focus that reminds us why we fell in love with cannabis in the first place.
As it’s name would suggest, Fleetwood Flower Company is all about fresh new bud. Grown in state-of-the-art greenhouses that allow for ample sunlight with supplemental lighting for non-sunny days, Fleetwood flower is sustainably grown and cultivated for high terpene and cannabinoid content.
Product Types Offered
FLEETWOOD RED LABEL ‘TRADITIONAL’ FLOWER: Traditional-sized full-spectrum bud available in 1g, 3.5g, 7g, 14g, and 28g jars.
FLEETWOOD BLACK LABEL ‘SMALLS’ FLOWER: Small-sized full-spectrum bud available in 7g, 14g, and 28g jars.
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Grassdoor is dedicated to working with only the highest quality, authentic brands in the cannabis industry. Grassdoor partners with licensed cannabis companies that test their products with certified, third-party labs. Fleetwood flower is distributed by Claybourne Co. Claybourne’s license number is C11-0000032-LIC.
Where can I find Fleetwood flower?
Fleetwood bud is available for delivery and in licensed dispensaries throughout the state of California.
What does “full-spectrum greenhouse flower” mean?
Flower grown under the sun expresses a “full spectrum” of cannabinoids and terpenes that augment and enhance the cannabis experience. Fleetwood uses the term “full-spectrum greenhouse flower” to describe its grow process, which involves a hard-walled greenhouse with clear roofs to let the sunlight in and boost the full-spectrum quality of the bud. Fleetwood’s greenhouses are also equipped with supplemental lighting to “hep provide extra spectrum when the dying star in the sky doesn’t want to come out and play.”
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