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    #46
    That looks nothing like i would expect the Kumaoni to look, one possibility is that they're just putting random seeds as freebies or that they made fem seeds by using pollen from a super skunk female or something.. the structure doesn't make me think Himalayan at all.

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      #47
      Originally posted by Macannasemillas View Post
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      Macannasemillas, is this an indoor grow? If so, how did you manage it? I would like to try this myself. Looks very healthy .

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        #48
        Looks like I need 15 more posts until I can upload more pics

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          #49
          Originally posted by Scrogmeister View Post
          Looks like I need 15 more posts until I can upload more pics
          whatever you have got, it's not been created or collected by us

          curious to see photos when you can upload them

          I welcome people using these plants for breeding btw, so it's fine by me, as long as it's clear what the plants are and that they're not pristine landraces

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            #50
            I needed to post more so I could add photos, which worked, for a grow journal I'm doing.
            BTW, whatever bud this is, it's impressive, though not true K characteristics. Ill post a few pics later today.

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              #51
              Indian Himalayan Kumaoni Seed Reproduction

              High percentage of males, approximately 60%. The shorter darker green faster flowering females had less aroma than the taller larger lighter green with broader leaved phenos which had the best aroma and resin production.

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                #52
                Originally posted by Land View Post
                High percentage of males, approximately 60%. The shorter darker green faster flowering females had less aroma than the taller larger lighter green with broader leaved phenos which had the best aroma and resin production.
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                Hey Land, how long did these go for again? Nice work as always.

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                  #53
                  Like many people I got these as freebies, but I am in two minds as to whether to grow them or not. It's the only variety I have that is likely to have decent CBD content and for that reason alone I may grow them.

                  What's putting me off is the mixed reviews I read about the high. Some say it's quite good, others not so much. Any info on the high would be appreciated.

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                    #54
                    Originally posted by Land View Post
                    High percentage of males, approximately 60%.
                    Had the same experience, very high ratio of males to females with Kumaoni. This suggests it's not just the luck of the draw, it's gotta be a genetic tendency in the line. Still very much worth growing in my opinion.

                    In case you missed the pic in the other thread, here's Kumaoni (best clone) x manipuri, smells mouth watering, like a spicy manipuri!

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                      #55
                      Holdchert - My Kumaoni took 120 days/4 months from seed to seed on 11/13 the whole time.

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                        #56
                        Chi13 - I found the high to be quite enjoyable, mild and uplifting sativa with a good sense of well being.

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                          #57
                          Originally posted by Land View Post
                          Chi13 - I found the high to be quite enjoyable, mild and uplifting sativa with a good sense of well being.
                          Thank you. Exactly the information I was after.

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