Dank 2.0

The quest for the very best continues…

I am known as Subcool. I have been involved with cannabis for many years and played many roles: Pothead, Grower, Activist, Breeder, Photographer, Journalist, Caregiver…. This book is not the story of my life, but the story of the search for the ultimate strain and the quest for Dank.

Info about the new book:

Take a rich, visual journey into the world of gourmet cannabis, into one breeder’s garden and mind. Come behind the scenes with Subcool, the creator of TGA Seeds and the award-winning Vortex strain that placed first in the 2010 San Francisco High Times Medicinal Cup

Sub breeds for quality and uniqueness. His strains are potent and aromatic. Some are extremely colorful like the Orange Velvet pictured on the cover of DANK 2.0, an enhanced version of his original book. He is a talented a photographer and a connoisseur breeder. Both aspects of his work are the subjects of DANK 2.0.

DANK 2.0 continues Sub’s genetic odyssey and search for the perfect plant. The addition of 6 new varieties brings the number of strains covered up to forty. Complete descriptions provide the lowdown of each unique strain: its aroma, taste, high, how it grows and what it looks like. Subcool’s enthusiasm for the cannabis plant overflows the pages.

Some new photos in the book use the latest photographic technology, the FX format that provides greater clarity than the older formats. Subcool says, “This allows me to take full size cola shots and actually get more of the total bud in the frame of the picture.”

Luscious full-color photographs throughout make DANK 2.0 more than just high-quality information: the book is beautiful to look at and provides vicarious thrills!

You can learn more about Subcool, his genetics, his grow methods and keep up with his exploits at tgagenetics.com.

Get your copy of Dank 2.0 from Ed Rosenthal’s Quick Trading or Amazon.com

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  3. Anonymous on

    TGA has been the ONLY strains I will grow…See Subcool has a genuine love for all things cannabis…That is why outright LIES that shiloh333 posted are fuel to the fire…I have grown 16 TGA strains all are works of art. My favorite is Jillybean.I was blessed to find the rare “Orange Skunk” phenotype in a 5 pack of seeds… SO IF U WANT ELITE GENETICS TGA SUBCOOL SEEDS HAS THEM. Thank u 4 reading Kellar1229 Keep on Growin:)

  4. calvin bryer on

    Subcool, I have been using you super soil for several very successful seasons, and I was wondering if you had made any changes to the recipe since the 2009 post? If not, what nutrient recipe produced the most powerful flavor in your opinion? Also can you add compost tea or would that be overkill?

  5. Anonymous on

    TGA gear is the only way to go imo. hermies? never had one from TGA and on my fourth pack there shilo33, in fact he is very picky about herm traits in his genetics. and his descriptions are very close in my experience. also his strains always seem to be a little more hardy, all my TGA strains seem to show signs of discomfort far after any other breeders ive tried. (DP, cali connection)

    shilo33 sounds like competition trash talk.

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  7. Shiloh33 on

    I’d love to see some of subcool’s strains come out anything like the fantastic photos that his books and literature convey, but I have seen and spoken with several, seasoned growers and the herm rate is 70+%, universally, in a myriad of environs…on nearly every strain, they are all back-crossed ad absurdum. He’s a great photographer and a great marketer, as folks still buy these seeds (usually at the lack of any other seed availability…), but maybe that’s what he should stick to. just my humble opinion, but really, what’s the deal? I’ve got some beans and I’m hesitant to sprout them, I’m waiting to see, smoke or even hear of a quality turnout from TGA stock. no disrespect intended, just wondering what the hype is over, with a line of genetics that are all compromised….?
    I’m no newb either, I’ve been cultivating for over ten years. I know that’s the first response, that it must be a fault of the grower, but I know different.
    -Shiloh.

  8. Operation 420 on

    What’s up Subcool, this is Operation 420 from Strain Spot. Liked the video bro, but I tried to check the tgagenetics link and it isn’t working. Just a heads up man. Keep on breeding the bomb strains bud.

  9. Vector on

    I didnt know you were releasing a book Sub. Damn, how do I get my strains into Dank 3.0??? HAHA. Hope to see you in the bay area soon brother. Nice work as usual.

  10. A Goon From LA on

    I never got a chance to purchase a copy of the first book but judging from the preview Dank 2.0 has some beautiful pictures that would be essential to my library! Hopefully I’ll be able to find a copy of it somewhere!