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  • Skip
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    OK, This thread is now closed.

    The new one is here:
    https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=326079

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  • Manivelle
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    made some research. Pondichery was french from 1674 to 1956 . so a lot of exchange have been made between reunion island and south india during this time. but according to some reunionian "zamal" come from "zamala" madagascar island so may be tere is something to search in this direction too.

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  • Manivelle
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    it could be related . south indians people "slaves" came to the island sinc 18th century. but we will know that with the fantastic dna map TODAAAYYYYYYYY


    Originally posted by mexcurandero420 View Post
    Great pics

    Plants look like the Rajastani i had in the past

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    Keep on growing

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  • Jhhnn
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    I'm a terrible photographer, but this is Esko's Jalisco Jaze at harvest, 10 weeks-



    Not much of a stretcher but there are lots of chunky buds buried under the foliage.

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  • mexcurandero420
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    Originally posted by Donald Mallard View Post
    Heres the big girl ,
    hard to get a decent pic really ,,
    but its at least 2 metres across now ,
    lots of bud sites, its a nice plant , im fairly happy with it ..

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    Great pics

    Plants look like the Rajastani i had in the past



    Keep on growing

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  • smilley
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    Amnesia Haze 12/12 from seed Day 120





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  • resin_lung
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    I'm loving that plant Donald!!

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  • Jhhnn
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    Originally posted by Donald Mallard View Post
    Hey ,
    Heres the skinny zamal creeper progressing along nicely now ,
    still only 18 inches high , but quite wide as you can see ,, weird musty carrot smell still dominates ..

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    Quite kewl. And quite stealthy in its own way. At any distance at all it wouldn't have the visual characteristics of normal cannabis plants.

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  • Ethan Zachary
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    Wow, that plant is like an actopus!

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  • idiit
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    nice creeper zamal Donald. i'm thinking that horizontal is much safer and much more likely to make it to harvest. also, much less ( 0 ) need for support techniques.

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  • Donald Mallard
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    Im inclined to agree mani , fairly sure they will be pretty resistant of any mold ,
    and for sure , ill take some closer pics of the bud over the next week ,,

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  • Manivelle
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    niiiiice tentacular zamal here .
    zamal is really rot resistant . you should not have any problems with that.
    the musty carrot smell will get stonger and will become more fruity during curing.
    i'm curious to some close up of the buds of the creeper ? can you sight some head bulbs on the trichomes at this stage ?
    it will be really interesting to see how zamal perform in your lovely climat .

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  • Donald Mallard
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    Heres the big girl ,
    hard to get a decent pic really ,,
    but its at least 2 metres across now ,
    lots of bud sites, its a nice plant , im fairly happy with it ..



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  • Donald Mallard
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    Originally posted by Mick View Post
    That's one beautifully weird looking plant.
    I grow a lot of herbs ,, normal cannabis is like the more erect varieties of rosemary ,, this thing is a hanging variety ,, be great on rock walls cascading down , or in a hanging pot ,, pretty novel, dont see much cannabis like it really ...
    im not sure its a particularly desirable trait ,(would rot on the ground etc ) but looks cool ...

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  • Mick
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    That's one beautifully weird looking plant.

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