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    that nice El but why dith you not continu your work in the 90 with this Red Dawn ?
    even with non AF traits it whas intresting strain of early haze here in the cold noord?
    what happend?

    peace
    take look on labuenahierba and
    https://www.icmag.com/ic/forumdisplay.php?f=65808

    thanks
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      Originally posted by need4weed View Post
      Hi Big herb,
      I found the cg to be an interesting plant, she takes 21 days to form pistils and a further 84 to flower, the smell when flowering is light odour of cat piss, when you rub the stems it smells like lemons, but when the buds are cured the smell and taste is very spicy.....definately incence.
      The buzz is nice, all in the head as would be expected, it is very clear with no paranioa, anxiety or raciness more conversational, thought provoking and euphoric. a nice long cruisy mellow ride. for me it is a feel good strain!
      It was grown under 600w lighting and consistantly produces 1lb, after the cross with C99 she now produces 18-19 oz per plant per 600watt light.
      This plant needs a huge amount of space as she has extremely long side branches with very few leaves, the main fan leaves are quite small allowing good light penetration to the lower branches.
      I think she is ideal for outdoors or scrog indoors
      most appreciated

      thankyou for enlightening us with this info

      the traits of taste/aromas are all highly desirable and precious in my book,those effects are prized and quite special,sounds like a gem

      wow nice yield ,might influence others to consider trying som pure sativas that hav other thoughts on them ,aside from the space it takes up seems she's a pleasure to grow

      truly beautiful again you did a great job that cross also sounds interesting



      1luvbigherb
      in NYC around my way we say if it anint church it anint fire
      more incense and less nonsense

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        I just come in this thread almost everyday to drool over the sativas and sat dominants. Thanks to all the contributors.
        breath...

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          It is a winner in my circle, very much sort after! she is very forgiving in all respects and you only have to show her a bottle of clonex and she will begin to grow roots



          Originally posted by bigherb View Post
          most appreciated

          thankyou for enlightening us with this info

          the traits of taste/aromas are all highly desirable and precious in my book,those effects are prized and quite special,sounds like a gem

          wow nice yield ,might influence others to consider trying som pure sativas that hav other thoughts on them ,aside from the space it takes up seems she's a pleasure to grow

          truly beautiful again you did a great job that cross also sounds interesting



          1luvbigherb

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            Aye, she is an incredibly tough, hardy bitch, I think 4 days is the fastest I've rooted a cut of her.

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              Nice thread & Pictures everyone! Lots of good info in here!

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                Originally posted by need4weed View Post
                It is a winner in my circle, very much sort after! she is very forgiving in all respects and you only have to show her a bottle of clonex and she will begin to grow roots

                its gets better ,i hope i hav a chance to aquire stock one day soon

                thanks brotha


                1luvbigherb
                in NYC around my way we say if it anint church it anint fire
                more incense and less nonsense

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                  TomHill´s Haze



                  colombian sativa selected by charlie garcia

                  Last edited by Raco; 06-22-2010, 01:48.
                  A picture is worth a thousand words

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                    Soooo beautifull Raco...
                    OldTimer's Haze in South America

                    Southern Hemisphere 2010 season

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                      I am a huge sativa fan but also prone to paranoia too. I have had sativas that made me laugh so hard I hurt and sativas that made me pace. You just have to find the right one.

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                        Originally posted by Raco View Post
                        TomHill´s Haze



                        colombian sativa selected by charlie garcia

                        very nice raco, please keep us posted as you go. I would very much appreciate a report on th haze

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                          Hey gang. Awesome thread. I discovered a few months back and still trying to catch up. Anyway, wanted to share a Sativa Dom pheno of a Sativa Dom cross. Male was a tall lanky purple and hollow stemmed Reeferman Senor Garcia (Panama Red x OPT) and the female was a Reservoir Sour Diesel IBL. This was the keeper of the phenos grown, but unfortunately, I couldn't reveg her. In the jar curing, so a bit longer before I sample, but I'm guessing I will wish I would have cloned early on. Oh well, a dozen or so more seeds to play with. All the phenos had nice qualities, this one just stood out. Hope you enjoy the timeline shots, it went 13 weeks of 12/12 from seed. Last shots show that same hollow stem carry through the cross. I got 4 F2's from a gorgeous male. Had hoped for more, but I guess the pollen wasn't too viable by the time I used it.
                          U.H.N

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                            Very Nice Raco, beautiful ladies...
                            U.H.N

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                            Buy low, sell "HIGH"

                            "I think the big mistake in schools is trying to teach children anything, and by using fear as the basic motivation. Fear of getting failing grades, fear of not staying with your class, etc. Interest can produce learning on a scale compared to fear as a nuclear explosion to a firecracker." - Stanley Kubrick

                            Believe at your own peril...

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                              Originally posted by freefields View Post
                              Finola is the original source of all the AF genes we play with today.

                              It was widely grown in Canada and in the 90s the govt inspectors kept finding dwarf plants that flowered very early and had slightly more THC than was allowed in hemp.

                              Lowryder began as a cross of one of these dwarf finolas to a short, fast indica (NL#2 I think) and took a lot of breeding to lock down the AF trait to 100% and increase the potency.
                              Urban legend.

                              Lowryder is ruderalis based, not hemp.

                              I've said this before and I'll say it again: The autoflower trait is different, the morphology is different. Lowryder is photoperiod neutral, finola is not. In other words finola will flower when it reaches a certain age, certain amount of nodes OR even earlier with a dark period. There's nothing you can do to speed lowryders flowering.

                              Both the autoflower trait and the bd allele are lost easily in crosses.
                              We all have our crosses and IBLs to carry.

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                                Originally posted by Thule View Post
                                Urban legend.

                                Lowryder is ruderalis based, not hemp.

                                I've said this before and I'll say it again: The autoflower trait is different, the morphology is different. Lowryder is photoperiod neutral, finola is not. In other words finola will flower when it reaches a certain age, certain amount of nodes OR even earlier with a dark period. There's nothing you can do to speed lowryders flowering.

                                Both the autoflower trait and the bd allele are lost easily in crosses.
                                No, i don't agree with certain notes you made here.Finola starts to flower not after a certain internodes, but after 20-30 days.I've grown Finola last year like i have grown a family member in the 90s named Red dawn which also started to flower after 20-30 days.Finola is imo also photoperiod neutral.

                                http://www.finola.com/FinolaDevelopment%20gif.pdf

                                Namaste

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