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    Great pics RainhaGinga

    Delicious buds BeAn
    Follow follow follow fashion monkeys
    Never drink good soup
    So drink the water from your own stream
    Before you loose your roots your roots, your roots...

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      Fantastic forum folks. This really satisfies my curiosity. I've recently been curious about cannabis culture and history both mystical and medicinal. The picture of the 30 year old Colombian blew me away.
      Smoked much Jamaican, Colombian, Panama Red etc. back in the crazy days. Now falling in love with Afghan and Persian delights. Thanks again for a great forum. I'll be back often.

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        This is the progress of my garden, One of the Ar x B is male and the other female. More seeds .

        MAle:


        Female:
        Follow follow follow fashion monkeys
        Never drink good soup
        So drink the water from your own stream
        Before you loose your roots your roots, your roots...

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          angolas, nepalis, congo loving it.

          this is a malawi gold x colombian cripi



          keep it green

          peace
          Mejor es encontrarse con una osa privada de sus cachorros, que con un necio en su necedad.


          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ft7kkXO98c

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjARZPAcATM

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            bombadil.360: That's a really nice looking plant! How far along is she?

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              love? thank you I am going to say she is about 40 days into flowering; I think she will go up to 100 days easily, maybe more? who knows, I hope she can finish without troubles.

              much peace
              Mejor es encontrarse con una osa privada de sus cachorros, que con un necio en su necedad.


              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ft7kkXO98c

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjARZPAcATM

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                  The most intriguing plant I have flowering at the moment is this Kentish Creme S1, the KC being an exceptional Jamaican.

                  This plant looks exactly like it's KC mother in veg, but since going into flower has changed somewhat. It branches a bit more than the KC does but the biggest difference is the leaves - they are much thinner and have more blades, making this look like a much more sativa leaning plant, but there is plenty of time left for her to develop and she might look more like her mother by the time she's done. Early resin production is promising as she is only just starting to produce flowers. The stems, petioles and leaf veins are purple throughout and the foliage a very dark green, unusual plant, reminds me a lot of some of the DJ short plants I've seen but more sativa.

















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                    Gorgeous lady you have there Indifferent, did ya ever get around to those Uluru???
                    A person needs a little madness, or else they never dare cut the rope and be free.

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                      Thankyou Thankyou Thankyou! I need more time to inhale this info.

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                        nice pics all

                        angolas four weeks flowering






                        Si no podemos cambiar el horizonte, cambiemos de perspectiva

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                          Looks great,africans strains are often very good!You're gone for a winter grow?


                          Early pearl x pahari,himalayan pheno:



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                            looking good ptg!

                            here's how my Black Forrest is finishing up - pretty ugly 14 weeks


                            nugs


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                              Originally posted by rainha Ginga View Post
                              nice pics all

                              angolas four weeks flowering






                              Oooh that sweeeeet South-Mediterranean climate

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                                First Harvest/Round

                                Hey sat-lovers,

                                I finally completed my first ever run, as a complete beginner who really didn't have any 'green fingers' to start off with. I have loved sats forever, and specifically decided to grow pure sats only as I grew up on the taste but seem to never be able to find any...

                                Anyway, this thread, and the grow thread, as well as the usual books have been great help, but you don't know until you do it yourself, and in the end I was happy to have any harvest at all. Months ago already, I prepared myself that the experience alone would be good for the next round.

                                I started off with planting 4 seeds each of:

                                Pahari Farmhouse - RSC
                                Malawi Gold - Afropips
                                Mama Thai

                                2 Pahari, 3 Malawi and all 4 Thai came up.

                                Got through veg fine, and ended up with good plants into flowering. I had some problems, but nothing major, but in hindsight always saw some yellowing near re-potting. (I did 10 oz. cups, to 16 oz cups, to 2.6 L to finally 1.7 gallon pots for flowering)

                                Flowering was under 1000 Watt HPS 12/12, and was about instant, after long veg, with diminishing hours. Ended up with 5 males, and was able to collect pollen from 2 separate Thai, and 1 Malawi, and pollinated the females. Basically, life was good until about 50-60 days in, when I got a lot of crispy brown/yellow leafs. I misinterpreted as nute burn, and watered a lot, but it took me easily another month to find out my tapwater is incredibly bad, at around 450 ppm. Flushing with 30 ppm store-bought water gave initial runoff around 2000 ppm.

                                In the end, I lost one Malawi, and nursed the remaining 3 to some kind of health. The Pahari hermied, but I put that down to the amount of stress it was under.

                                In the end they've all gone some 160 days and especially the Thai has a reasonable amount to smoke from. I had already collected seeds (especially the Thai, again) by the time things started looking really bad, so soon the 2nd round will kick off... ;-)

                                So, to every newbie: check your water...!

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