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  • Chi13
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    Has anyone grown Kee's Old School Haze from Super Sativa Seed Club? Costs an arm and leg but is it likely to be worth it? I keep telling myself my seed buying days are over but I'd love a good haze.
    https://supersativaseedclub.com/cann...hool-haze.html

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  • @hempy
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    Originally posted by TheDarkStorm View Post

    That looks really good hempy, mind giving us a little insight to what she is.....reminds me of a old Brazilian I held once...looks nice, has the style more of a older south american structure to it than some of those around now.
    hi Dark its a MM i thought soon as i saw her go into flower that looks Colombian my self also most had her frame one i think has thrown more to what i think looks Thai.

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  • TheDarkStorm
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    Originally posted by @hempy View Post
    Raco met MEDUSA i am told she looks like Mangobiche

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    That looks really good hempy, mind giving us a little insight to what she is.....reminds me of a old Brazilian I held once...looks nice, has the style more of a older south american structure to it than some of those around now.

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  • @hempy
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    Raco met MEDUSA i am told she looks like Mangobiche

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  • Raco
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    02:40 here hempy
    I still miss first coffee with kaiki

    While sampling his very first Peyote Purple & Mangobiche ...much respect

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  • @hempy
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    On my first cup of Coffee here Raco still not fully operational lol.

    I grew up on a farm to and i ate lots of apricots to still love them.

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  • Raco
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    Originally posted by @hempy View Post

    Raco looks interesting what is it clones or seed
    C'mon hempy...mate ...I was just joking .

    A heirloom strain around here...I grew up eating buckets of apricots...prunus armeniaca IIRC

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  • @hempy
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    Originally posted by Raco View Post
    @@hempy

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    j/k LOL
    Raco looks interesting what is it clones or seed

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  • Raco
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    mexcurandero420

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  • Raco
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    Originally posted by Hammerhead View Post
    OH X THH. I can only hope for a female. It's gonna take a while. Might use a sexing test kit. Fed every 3 days or when the medium has dried enough to need it. Wet/dry cycles are very important. 450ppm, Ph6.5




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    Lookin good

    If you ask me...at first sight I'd say it's THH

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  • Raco
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    @@hempy

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    j/k LOL
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  • Mtn. Nectar
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    West side of valley much the same mex......and being sandy/salt buildup .....played out with no regard to sustainability.....living soils = harmony....

    ganj on.....

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  • mexcurandero420
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    A big engineer company here in the Netherlands did research about the use of different kind of rock dust in agriculture, because the soil was exhausted and the farmers had to use more fertilizers to get the same kind of yields they normally have in past years.Outcome of the research was that the farmers could use less fertilizers and thnx to the rock dust the yields also increased.

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  • @hempy
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  • @hempy
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