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    #46
    Originally posted by mark6699331
    Isn't nine weeks 63 days? or are they 56?

    Yeah Dignan- Ace seeds is one of the best real deals going around right now. You might want to pick up their unique panama red as well. Outstanding-
    (and that's by Humboldt standards LOL)

    mark
    Mark, glad to hear you are enjoying our Panama in Cali!

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      #47
      Dubi how is the new Nepalese Jam different from the old one?

      Im just thinking the old one was 50/50 NJ/Jam85 and the new one is 75/25 NJ/Jam85 or did i misunderstood something?

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        #48
        Originally posted by Gunnarguchi
        Dubi how is the new Nepalese Jam different from the old one?

        Im just thinking the old one was 50/50 NJ/Jam85 and the new one is 75/25 NJ/Jam85 or did i misunderstood something?
        That's right Gunnarguchi, the old one is F1 straight cross between Nepalese (50%) and Jamaican '85(50%), the new one is the old F1 hybrid backcrossed to Nepalese, then it's a Nepalese (75%) X jamaican (25%) hybrid.
        Last edited by dubi; 08-18-2007, 16:42.

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          #49
          Any differences between the 2 regarding grow, yeild, the high etc ?

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            #50
            Originally posted by charlie garcia
            Hi, here is a nepalese male
            best
            charlie



            Nice!!
            I have DC x the Nepalese pimp above^^^,also OT1´s Haze #1 and mexican Verde Limon x´d to the same male....
            ...I have the DC mom (Parineeta),and the Haze #1 mom as well...
            all I can say is that I consider myself a lucky sob
            A picture is worth a thousand words

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              #51
              HI there Dubi,

              Just out of interest...
              Do you know the origins of this nepalese highland from reeferman? it's highland microclimate...

              another q, how well would the nepjam do in a temperate climate, how is it's mold resisitance ?

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                #52
                and would the potency and especially quality of the high vary greatly between a sunny and a totally rotten rainy summer ?

                thx in advance,
                Stay HIGH

                Ganjabro

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                  #53
                  Amazing Ace

                  Got mine



                  Can't wait to get these going but there's a few things to do first.

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                    #54
                    im kinda in love with the NJ but im short of money at the moment so i have to wait a little.
                    i manage to make a trade som some Nepalese Highland from ACE so im starting with it and getting to learn the strain and hoefully ill have money for the NJ cross soon.
                    I plan to grow the Nepalese indoor this winter and post grow report and pics on Icmag.
                    Also make some crosse with the pure Nepalese highland and some local danish strains like the Leb27 an others.
                    But ofcourse ill try the NJ as soon as my situation allows it.

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                      #55
                      Originally posted by Gunnarguchi
                      Any differences between the 2 regarding grow, yeild, the high etc ?
                      Gunnarguchi, Original Nepalese x Jamaican F1 hybrid and the new backcross to the nepalese are both nepalese dominant plants, with similar growing structure, flowering time, aromas, personality and effect. The new backcrossed version is slighty more uniform towards nepalese side.

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                        #56
                        Hello ganjabrother,

                        We swapped genetics with Reeferman 2-3 years ago. Nepalese Highland is a highly worked domesticated line, i dont think is a wild original nepalese, maybe somekind of nepalese inbred line for many postive traits like strong growing structure, fast and dense flowering, good indoor adaptability, high resin production, good aromas, long lasting and high quality effect.

                        Nepalese Jam has very good outdoor mold resistance, but would recommend you Bangi Haze for a cold rainy climate. It's our fastest and mold resistant strain from our catalogue.

                        thanks medical shed. I hope you enjoy growing them. Please let us know when you start them!

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                          #57
                          Nepalese Jam flowering september

                          Here's Nepalese Jam mother from clone, flowering outdoors in a mediterranean 'patio'












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                            #58
                            Very impressive plant coupled with Aloe that is just so nice.
                            Your best you try, to harm I and I, Aiming to kill.
                            But I love you still Cause you are here to make prophecy fulfill.

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                              #59
                              Originally posted by dubi
                              Gunnarguchi, Original Nepalese x Jamaican F1 hybrid and the new backcross to the nepalese are both nepalese dominant plants, with similar growing structure, flowering time, aromas, personality and effect. The new backcrossed version is slighty more uniform towards nepalese side.
                              Tnx alot for the info dubi.

                              Ill be growing NJ indoors this winter and also outdoor here next season for sure.
                              Almost cant wait


                              Regarding cold and rainy climates ive noticed that Esbe is growing the Banghi Haze here.
                              Gotta ask him how they are doing ( remember seeing one posted in one of his grow threads awhile ago).

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                                #60
                                wow dubi bro, those leafs are outstanding!
                                .^???®??S ?®Ø? ?£??

                                Click the gif to learn much more about HFH:

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