that's exactly what I was going to say about real seed co. angus was very helpful in answering some highly specific questions, and in recommending some lines to me based on the cannabinoids that I was looking for. If anyone in the US is interested in real seed co, their only official retailer is Seedsman.
If the strain your looking for is out of stock at seedsman, just contact angus. he was very helpful in making sure that seedsman restocked several lines for a purchase I was planning.
So far I have only grown their lebanese (with some phenos good, and some phenos undesirable or unsuited for my outdoor environment), and this year I'm growing the acclimatized f2's, and an outcross to bodhi's dank sinatra.
I haven't been able to successfully start any seeds from their kumaoni line, which is gathered on location in the himalayas. unfortunately, the seeds seemed to be infected with some kind of bad-ass himalayan damping off fungus. I'll try again soon though.
Overall, I would absolutely recommend them, but just keep in mind that landrace seeds gathered on location in a foreign country by their cultivators are not going to have the same reliable results as seeds from an actual breeder. Who knows what their drying, curing, handling, and storage processes are like. fortunately, real seed co seems to have considered this, and their prices are much lower than seeds from a regular breeder.
and hopefully now that more of their lines are f2 or f3 reproductions, the viability will be better.