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    Long Overdue Dave's DP Grow

    Finally, I get to join the club of testing/showing Dave Coulier's Durban Poison repro. My seeds didn't make it to me, and Dave came through big time on the back side. Big props to him.
    So- I am popping 10 seeds, keeping them in a 3x3 tent under a 1000 watt hps. They will be growing in my own soil mix of peat moss, worm castings, compost, perlite and amendments such as kelp meal, fish bone meal, oyster shell and like 100 other things. They will be kept in 1 gallon, maybe 2 gallons if I get crazy lol. Fed with some teas I'll make every now and again, but the soil holds most of what they need. I will most likely flower fairly early on, and pollinate to make my own seeds. I plan to pollinate fairly late on, to allow buds to form a fair amount, in order to show off what they can do.
    Seeds went into paper towels just now.
    Attached Files
    My Landrace based grows and reproductions: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=321533

    Durban Poison Seedbay Tester thread 2018: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread....51#post8219651

    Growing for a seed stash, more than a bud stash.

    Help the DEA fight cartels and crime, grow your own weed!

    #2
    Hi thejact55
    No doubt this will be another great grow and definitely a nice addition to your landrace seed collection.
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    https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=351523

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      #3
      9 outa 10 seeds popped and are above soil. Im worried one might turn into a mutant, but the rest are looking good. Not much to show yet, just tiny seedlings right now.
      Ya i was excited to get em. I wanted to do a side by side with the ace durbans, but not enough space.
      My Landrace based grows and reproductions: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=321533

      Durban Poison Seedbay Tester thread 2018: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread....51#post8219651

      Growing for a seed stash, more than a bud stash.

      Help the DEA fight cartels and crime, grow your own weed!

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        #4
        Welcome to the club.
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          #5
          -Subbed!

          Awww yeah! Im stoked to see another grow of this line. I can't wait to see some pics of the lil seedlings in the near future. Best o'luck
          Afropips Durban Poison & GN Thai Stick Grow Journal

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              #7
              Subbed! I'm excited to see how these do in your setup! Any chance they'll get an outdoor run at some point?

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                  #9
                  Ah the pressures on lol, alota subs
                  Ive noticed some interesting traits initially. About 50% of the plants have little to no leaf seration on the edges, smooth leaf edges. I also have 3 or 4 of the 9 that are producing 3 leaf nodes instead of the common 2 leaf sprouts.
                  They are still very young, but i will post pics tonight to show what im talking about.
                  My Landrace based grows and reproductions: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=321533

                  Durban Poison Seedbay Tester thread 2018: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread....51#post8219651

                  Growing for a seed stash, more than a bud stash.

                  Help the DEA fight cartels and crime, grow your own weed!

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by djimb View Post
                    Subbed! I'm excited to see how these do in your setup! Any chance they'll get an outdoor run at some point?
                    At this point no serious intentions of running outdoors. Im in a fairly cold climate, october 15 is my general cutoff although i made it to novemeber this year. That being said, im thinking im gonna take clones in case i find a nice one. Im also planning on building a large greenhouse this year, so hopefully that will prolong my season (especially if i heat it). So im not sure yet, but maybe...
                    My Landrace based grows and reproductions: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=321533

                    Durban Poison Seedbay Tester thread 2018: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread....51#post8219651

                    Growing for a seed stash, more than a bud stash.

                    Help the DEA fight cartels and crime, grow your own weed!

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                      #11
                      Oki Doki, some pics.
                      here are my thoughts. I have one plant that is the clear winner in initial vigour, twice the size of the rest. i'd put my bottom dollar he's a male, that's how it works it seems. There also seems to be a huge amount of variation, which is awesome.
                      I have the one that is growing at twice the pace so far
                      I have one with 3 false leaves instead of 2
                      I have three of 9 that have three leaf nodes
                      one has fairly crinkly leaves from the start.
                      some have almost no leaf serration, while others do
                      one has almost round short leaves on its second node.
                      I don't think any of these are bad traits, they seem to be healthy and growing fine, just some variation right off the bat.

                      pic 1- group shot, still just babies.
                      pic 2- smooth leaf edges, no serration
                      pic 3- 3 false leaves
                      pic 4- three leaf node
                      pic 5- another 3 lead node
                      pic 6- short fat round leafs
                      Attached Files
                      My Landrace based grows and reproductions: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=321533

                      Durban Poison Seedbay Tester thread 2018: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread....51#post8219651

                      Growing for a seed stash, more than a bud stash.

                      Help the DEA fight cartels and crime, grow your own weed!

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                        #12
                        Its great to see the lil ones Jact. It makes me feel like a proud parent. This line does produce some oddities. Ive experienced the trifoliate plants quite often with these seeds. Easily 10-15% are like this IME. The good thing is they often grow out of it within a few weeks. You may even see a plant that never develops its growing point. Just cotyledons, or a first set of leaves, and then nothing continues growing. Those ones are rare. Id say 3-4% of plants may be like that. With so many oddities, thats why there were 15 seeds.

                        Yours look nice and healthy, and that they're in good hands. I can't wait to see how they develop under your care. No pressure.
                        Afropips Durban Poison & GN Thai Stick Grow Journal

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                          #13
                          Ya, im pretty sure i got one of the single node then nothing else plants. The others are shooting up, and nothing but the first set of leaves for one. Seen this many times in the past.
                          I am thrilled with oddities and variation. I respect uniformity, but prefer a range in my garden. It shows a good landrace type also. Survival of the plant is based on variation within the strain.
                          My Landrace based grows and reproductions: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=321533

                          Durban Poison Seedbay Tester thread 2018: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread....51#post8219651

                          Growing for a seed stash, more than a bud stash.

                          Help the DEA fight cartels and crime, grow your own weed!

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                            https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=261432

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                              #15
                              Well, they're growing. I had to toss one, it got its first set of leaves, then no further growth. down to 8 healthy plants that'll make it the long haul. One is compact as can be, like 3 nodes and 1 or 2 inches tall. one really stands out, it had a big ass leaf basically become its top node, with the actual next node poking out to the side, with another node squeezing in-between. I'm really curious of the net result of this plant. its super vigorous, I think the second biggest, just stacking up to be an interesting plant. First pic is it, the camera cannot capture what is actually going on. The rest are all growing at a great pace. they will be transplanted into the final pots in a week or less. I've decided on 2 gallons for these plants. stem rubs on their infant tiny stems actually produces a sweet smell. a good sign, so early on. It is warming up quick here, I fear I will have to take em from the HPS tent to a LED tent soon.
                              not much to update, but an update none the less.
                              Attached Files
                              My Landrace based grows and reproductions: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=321533

                              Durban Poison Seedbay Tester thread 2018: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread....51#post8219651

                              Growing for a seed stash, more than a bud stash.

                              Help the DEA fight cartels and crime, grow your own weed!

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