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Old 06-17-2018, 06:39 AM #31
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Hello, people!

Hey, DogStar, it's a bit surprising that your Zamaldelica plants started to flower properly in November, when they should have been ready for harvest. In my experience, the earliest Zamal phenos start to flower as early as the end of August, the other ones follow in the beginning of September. And they all enter flower mode quickly, not like the tropical sativas that look "just beginning to flower" for more than a month.

We are having a rainy start of summer, unlike the dry spring. The plants have been soaked in water the last 2 weeks.

Zam#3 is already as big as I planned it to be, and it has about 2 more months of vegging. If the summer continues this way, it's gonna be a monster.






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Zam#3 continued..






It didn't work out very well, but this photo comes to show the long preflower pistils that Zam#3 has protruding from every possible position on every branch.
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Zam#1, and the 2 male plants in its base.


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wooooow! Amazing plants!
in my experience with zamaldelica,one plant(zamal-thai pheno)was started to flowering at mid june,the rest at the end of july,and finish at end november...
You wil have a great psichedelic moments with this ladies.....believe me
Ps,after 4-5 month,Zamaldelica give the best....
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Hi yoss33, beautiful plants and place there, they are gonna be real sativish monsters, respect
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Hello, people!

Hey, DogStar, it's a bit surprising that your Zamaldelica plants started to flower properly in November, when they should have been ready for harvest. In my experience, the earliest Zamal phenos start to flower as early as the end of August, the other ones follow in the beginning of September. And they all enter flower mode quickly, not like the tropical sativas that look "just beginning to flower" for more than a month.

We are having a rainy start of summer, unlike the dry spring. The plants have been soaked in water the last 2 weeks.

Zam#3 is already as big as I planned it to be, and it has about 2 more months of vegging. If the summer continues this way, it's gonna be a monster.
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Its not weird,and i thinked in November they started to fatten buds
a bit so you could sees some shape of bud... but still they needed
like 5-6 weeks to finish and in that time climate here becomes
really harsh with minus temps,frosts,lot of humid..

i dont root for your unsucess,i just give you mine experiences
with Zamaldelicas at 45.5 North and 16 parallele..

Zamaldelicas are better for tropical,subtropical climates,there they can finish proper,here North there is no enough of sun and warm
for them..

Our area is best for afghanis,indy-sativa polyhybrids.. they grow
good and finish right in time before weather dont go too much
extreme.. am not sure for Zamaldelica fast phenos as i was grow
pheno that is 16-18 weeks..


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Hi guys, and thanks for the nice words

Out of the 8 females of this same pack of seeds that have been grown by me and friends in previous seasons, none has started real flowering before the middle of August (most start in the first days of September), and none needed to flower later than the end of November (most are done in the end of October). In my book, Zamaldelica is pretty reliable for our climate with its usually dry autumn (which might not be true for everywhere at 45 degrees north), it's much faster than the true equatorial strains and I'm actually more worried about it starting to flower too early (the Zamal semi-autoflowering phenos) than it finishing too late. And the reason why I don't like early flowering is that we have lots of wild hemp around which pollinates every flower that has dared to sprout in August. I'm completely unable to grow early flowering strains like White Widow - all I get is stems and seeds. This year hemp is prolific due to the rainy start of summer, so my Zamaldelicas better not start flowering early!

Some close-ups of Zam#3, with its red-streak stems:






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A couple of shots of Zam#1, love the way newly-emerging branches close to the top compete with it while it zig-zags:


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