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  • @hempy
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    Hi Funkyhorse looks nice some Haze lines do go brown with a cure with Thai lines all Thai lines we grew but one all went brown from harvest to dry with zero cure i have even seen Red brown.

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  • funkyhorse
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    Gday Hempy
    This is Senegal Haze from Afropips
    It is Senegal landrace x Phoenix Haze from Phoenix project which I think are descendants of Haze A
    Potency is excellent
    After 25 days of cure is starting to turn brown, first time for me to see this
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  • Raco
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    Originally posted by Cvh View Post
    This is me when the Haze kicks in. I love this pheno. This is how you know you got the real deal.
    This is me playin Lewis & Clark ...4 AM ...HAZED and quite drunk LOL

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  • Hammerhead
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    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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  • Cvh
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    I can confirm. I add lavameal to my soils. It's ground up volcanic rock. Results are great.

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  • Goodherb
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    Originally posted by Donald Mallard View Post

    yea I've met that very tall man too ,,
    talk the leg off a table and a chair he would hey Raco .... hahaha ,
    i was glad to see he found his way to your neck of the woods ...

    i agree with mex too ,
    i love volcanic soil for growing cannabis in ,
    its so responsive to it i found ...
    Yes. Volcanic soil ,we trust .
    my island is full of( stuff)ashes, you know ,from recently eruption.
    just need to get hands on decent to great genetics , I'm hoping soon!
    The water here is lovely ,too!

    UV is high as you will think!

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  • OldCoolSativa
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    I check in on this thread every now and then. Always funny, initially, when some dipshit posts pictures of dispensary nugs and claims he got these haze samples directly from the haze brothers or brown weed means it wasn't cured properly. Then they double down on their stupidity and it's no longer fun.

    Carry on.

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  • Raco
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    Finger manicured cured buds ^^ lol



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  • @hempy
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    Originally posted by Raco View Post

    Hola hempy

    I've met 20'Thai in the flesh ...believe it or not lol...we are almost antipodas hehe

    He just said: Raco.. you live in paradise

    Mustafunk said that our water is one of the the best there is regarding cannabis cultivation



    I agree 100% with mexcurandero...volcanic soil matters IMHO

    Mexcurandero knows the benefits of volcanic soil...pay attention
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    Hiya Raco looks like a nice spot i never really got to know 20'Thai i do remember him his south of me that pic looks like a nice spot my Uncle is from a place here that looks like that his up in what we call the high Country.

    We are also very lucky here we have some of if not the cleanest water also and some good soils to but being a huge continent we also have areas with poor soils to i think 70% is classified as arid.

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  • Donald Mallard
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    Originally posted by Raco View Post

    Hola hempy

    I've met 20'Thai in the flesh ...believe it or not lol...we are almost antipodas hehe

    He just said: Raco.. you live in paradise

    Mustafunk said that our water is one of the the best there is regarding cannabis cultivation



    I agree 100% with mexcurandero...volcanic soil matters IMHO

    Mexcurandero knows the benefits of volcanic soil...pay attention
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    yea I've met that very tall man too ,,
    talk the leg off a table and a chair he would hey Raco .... hahaha ,
    i was glad to see he found his way to your neck of the woods ...

    i agree with mex too ,
    i love volcanic soil for growing cannabis in ,
    its so responsive to it i found ...

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  • Donald Mallard
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    Originally posted by MrBadLowerBack View Post

    The Mastergrower himself DM,how are you my friend?

    Still on the mend,but slowly getting there..still suffering from TBI stage 1..so not my brain i still recuping i guess.Eyes,seeing dubbel sometimes,getting headaches and more...but i'm still alive..

    Jepp,still here,not going anywere D,time for breakfast..talk more later..//BLB
    well i hope eventually i can travel to see you man ,
    I'm a big fan of your end of the country,
    so many things to do quite nearby or within an hour or so drive ,

    i want to get into Laos again but do more than just see some temples , hahaha ..
    i checked out going to Luang Probang ,
    its 6 hours to drive from Udon , which is obviously more scenic and fun than flying ,
    and flying involves going backwards to Bkk again and takes 6 hours anyhow ...

    anyhow all in time ,
    ill be sure and let you know well in advance if/when i can make it ...

    take care and stay on the mend man ...

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  • Raco
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    Originally posted by @hempy View Post
    Pollution and pesticides are very common in rural areas these Growers in Thailand or Laos or Cambodia could be growing these plants out free of pesticides and doing there best to keep it organic but there plants may be getting hit by over spray or the contaminants are in the water used to water the plants.
    Hola hempy

    I've met 20'Thai in the flesh ...believe it or not lol...we are almost antipodas hehe

    He just said: Raco.. you live in paradise

    Mustafunk said that our water is one of the the best there is regarding cannabis cultivation



    I agree 100% with mexcurandero...volcanic soil matters IMHO

    Mexcurandero knows the benefits of volcanic soil...pay attention
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  • @hempy
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    Pollution and pesticides are very common in rural areas these Growers in Thailand or Laos or Cambodia could be growing these plants out free of pesticides and doing there best to keep it organic but there plants may be getting hit by over spray or the contaminants are in the water used to water the plants.

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  • Sub24ox7
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    Hah! If that’s swag weed then send me that town brown!
    good one Hempy
    looks excellent btw Raco

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  • @hempy
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    Originally posted by Raco View Post
    I dont like mondays

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    Good to see you Raco hope things are improving over there and from one swag grower to the next looking good mate lol.

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