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    Originally posted by funkyhorse View Post
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    Thank you funkhorse...aleast you gave me a honest answer, straight forwards.....thank you...its appreciated.

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      Hi there!
      ​I have a question (or more) about TRSC, how the plants develop?, are the seeds really legit?, wich are the most potent landrace sativa that TRSC have?, how goes the congolese or kerala?, their malawi is the real deal, the authentic old school malawi?, help me please i need to know, cheers men!
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        Originally posted by Tlatoani77 View Post
        Hi there!
        ​I have a question (or more) about TRSC, how the plants develop?, are the seeds really legit?, wich are the most potent landrace sativa that TRSC have?, how goes the congolese or kerala?, their malawi is the real deal, the authentic old school malawi?, help me please i need to know, cheers men!
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        There are many types. Development is quite variable, to be expected and normal. "Potency" also varies, as does the effects. RSC "landrace" types are genuine which means they may be domesticated in the region they come from but will not be like heavily worked and bred like seedbank types. Heirloom types are a little more selected and bred. The Congolese, Kerala and Malawi might be more like heirlooms than the old world regional domesticates and wild types.

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          Some cultivars are collected in the country of origin, some are cultivated here in the west and some are from gene banks like the Congo.
          There is no analysis of the cultivars available, but for the most potent I would go for the Congo or Kerala.
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            I think their Manipuri is reputed to be their strongest unalturated sativa. They've put up THC percentages up on some strains like the Kerala, which is in the range of 15% THC if I recall..
            We all have our crosses and IBLs to carry.

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              77, I can assure you after growing it this year that the Malawi is for real. I know hard core stoners who won't take more than two hits. I am going to make cobs then next time I grow it.

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                A great deal of them are out of stock at the moment due to shipping issues from the countries of seed origin. Hope they are able to restock soon.
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                  I see they have a new Laos strain...anyone pulled the trigger on it?

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                    Originally posted by Im'One View Post
                    I see they have a new Laos strain...anyone pulled the trigger on it?
                    Which one is the new one? I could swear some of them were out of stock last week when I checked. That Lao Sa is apparently a mix or a hybrid of at least three different accessions.
                    We all have our crosses and IBLs to carry.

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                      Originally posted by Thule View Post

                      Which one is the new one? I could swear some of them were out of stock last week when I checked. That Lao Sa is apparently a mix or a hybrid of at least three different accessions.
                      That's it...Laos sa, I'm not sure of trying it but if the mango Thai or Laos gold are not available...then maybe? Or I may just wait.

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                        Originally posted by musigny23 View Post

                        There are many types. Development is quite variable, to be expected and normal. "Potency" also varies, as does the effects. RSC "landrace" types are genuine which means they may be domesticated in the region they come from but will not be like heavily worked and bred like seedbank types. Heirloom types are a little more selected and bred. The Congolese, Kerala and Malawi might be more like heirlooms than the old world regional domesticates and wild types.
                        Hi Musigny23, sorry for the late reply, TRSC sounds great as option, I'm interested in its sativa catalog, precisely in Congolese, Kerala, Malawi, Thais, Laosian, and Kerala, how they runs?, thanks for the info hermano!

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                          Originally posted by mexcurandero420 View Post
                          Some cultivars are collected in the country of origin, some are cultivated here in the west and some are from gene banks like the Congo.
                          There is no analysis of the cultivars available, but for the most potent I would go for the Congo or Kerala.
                          Hi Mexcurandero!
                          Thanks for reply, I always thought Malawi is the most potent sativa on TRSC catalog.
                          How is the Congo?, how's the effect (no ceiling)?, funny or nice?, how the mind goes?,
                          Cheers!

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                            Originally posted by grayeyes View Post
                            77, I can assure you after growing it this year that the Malawi is for real. I know hard core stoners who won't take more than two hits. I am going to make cobs then next time I grow it.
                            Hi grayeyes!, thanks for the info, I really want to probe that Malawi, it was the first sativa that I investigated, for the Malawi I introduced me on Icmag, I fell in love with self-cultivation, maybe this year I'll put my hands on Malawi; thanks again my friend.

                            Good day to everyone!

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                              Originally posted by Tlatoani77 View Post

                              Hi Musigny23, sorry for the late reply, TRSC sounds great as option, I'm interested in its sativa catalog, precisely in Congolese, Kerala, Malawi, Thais, Laosian, and Kerala, how they runs?, thanks for the info hermano!
                              Those are all narrow leaf tropical types that are long flowering. Are you growing indoor with lights? Those types are more challenging to grow indoors. One reason is they like to grow big and stretch a lot. The other reason is they are used to strong tropical sun and lights don't deliver that. They can take a long time to fully mature. These types are also more prone to showing sexual instability when grown indoors, especially the Kerala and Thai/Lao. You will need to treat them very well, do your best not to stress them and watch them carefully.

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                                Originally posted by musigny23 View Post

                                Those are all narrow leaf tropical types that are long flowering. Are you growing indoor with lights? Those types are more challenging to grow indoors. One reason is they like to grow big and stretch a lot. The other reason is they are used to strong tropical sun and lights don't deliver that. They can take a long time to fully mature. These types are also more prone to showing sexual instability when grown indoors, especially the Kerala and Thai/Lao. You will need to treat them very well, do your best not to stress them and watch them carefully.
                                Yeah, I understand it, I pretend to build an indoor, but I'm saving money for that, I hope complete it soon, for the moment the situation is complicated in my town, there is a lot of cops, and ministerial cops anywhere... I must try build it now if I want to grow, some herb this year. Thanks for the info and the advices, cheers friend!

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