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  • troutman
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    You have to also imagine a huge difference with Landraces in their homelands grown in low nutrient soils with
    little water compared to when people in modern areas growing them in a rich soil and irrigate them that they'll
    grow like crazy.

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  • bleepboop
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    herblux yes, in the 2nd generation I had some bananas which I picked off as best I could. It is possible that they were sterile. I had a few seeds but they were from preflowers getting pollen from a 2nd gen Tirah male.

    The bud on a stick one was initial seed round and sexually stable despite looking stressed as hell. It was quite nld in appearance and had a crystallised ginger smell.

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  • herblux
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    Thanks very much!

    Originally posted by p59teitel View Post

    ...if plants can make it here, they can make it pretty much anywhere lol
    Hmmm also in central Europe at around 50°N? Hahaha! But your grow is promising. Will be interesting when the faster ones finish for you and what you're thinking about the effects. Got two packs here. Maybe I'll do a quick indoor seed run first, before throwing them outside.

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  • p59teitel
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    Originally posted by herblux View Post
    Very very nice p59teitel !
    Which latitude roughly are you at again please? I think I asked you before, but forgot...sorry

    bleepboop thanks some pretty nice ones amongst your plants mate! Did you get a few hermies or late nanners indoors?

    Seems like there's loads of variation in them, lovely!
    I’m in southeastern Massachusetts, USA at 42 degrees, right on the coast. Every fall is rainy and foggy here, so it’s a good mold testing location - if plants can make it here, they can make it pretty much anywhere lol

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  • herblux
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    Very very nice p59teitel !
    Which latitude roughly are you at again please? I think I asked you before, but forgot...sorry

    bleepboop thanks some pretty nice ones amongst your plants mate! Did you get a few hermies or late nanners indoors?

    Seems like there's loads of variation in them, lovely!

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  • p59teitel
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    Originally posted by thejact55 View Post
    These can get chunky. And seems 1 of 10 or more have pink pistils.
    nice bleepbloop
    Yup. For whatever reason I hadn’t really looked at the top of Tirah 5 for a bit, and found this when I was on the ladder spraying B.t. yesterday -

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  • thejact55
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    These can get chunky. And seems 1 of 10 or more have pink pistils.
    nice bleepbloop

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  • bleepboop
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    Wicked to see a selection of these outdoors!
    attached a few indoor Tirah photos from 2019/2020.

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  • thejact55
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    Man, I wanted to spring for some of these recently. But rsc was out of most kush types.

    These all look great P59!!

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  • p59teitel
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    As for the rest, Tirah 3 is a 15’ slowpoke -

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    Tirah 6 is the smallest of them all at a little over 10 feet. This may be because she is surrounded by other plants and doesn’t get as much light. She has a rich jammy scent and I’m guessing is about 2 weeks behind 1 and 10 -

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    Tirah 7 is another 15 footer, also about in the middle in terms of speed into flowering. Similar gassy scent to 10 -

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    Tirah 8 is way slow - can she survive until December?

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    Tirah 9 is a month younger than the initially popped plants but is catching up -

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    And that’s all, folks!

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  • p59teitel
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    Tirah 10 is also moving along. She is a bit susceptible to rot and I’ve found it in a half dozen or so spots, including the top cola so she is now back under 15 feet lol. The good thing is that she too is fairly spacious and that makes it easy to spot trouble early before it spreads. This one has a more straightforward gassy smell than Tirah 1.

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  • p59teitel
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    Two of the Tirah have jumped out well ahead of the rest. Tirah 1 is a red-stemmed plant that had its top mawed off by some critter back in June that still hit 12 feet and has multiple colas on top. Flowers smell of gas and grape. Very open architecture that works well in a damp seaside climate - zero issues with PM and bud rot so far. Still weeks to go, but recent cool nights in the 40s have really pushed her to start getting more sugary -

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  • p59teitel
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    Some progress but still not in any hurry to finish.

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  • herblux
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    A couple of my Lebanese went almost 3m (9'9") 16°N of their original latitude in more humid climate closer to sea level. Product description says 0.5-1.5m. 1.5m was about the shortest in the plot. I could imagine that the different light spectrums of the sun, higher humidity coupled with good irrigation, good soil and more root space will make these hash plants grow a fair bit taller than in their usual environment.

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