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Old 11-20-2008, 11:28 AM #21
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Thank you for your reply.Are there any other strains from your varieties you sell which are suitable for a humidity climate like the Netherlands or Vancouver region.
Bangi haze would be our best recommendation. She's a uniform very early sativa, very strong up high finishing late september. Very cold and mold resistance for a pure sativa. Nepalese Jam is another great choice.
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The Nepalese Jam is a nice one.Is this strain a stable or f1-hybrid?
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The Nepalese Jam is a nice one.Is this strain a stable or f1-hybrid?
Last Nepalese jam version is nepalese/jamaican F1 hybrid backcrossed to the fast flowering nepalese line again. Faster flowering and smaller size than past version. Quite uniform.
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So you can grow this strain also in areas like north-west Spain without any problems with molds.If thats so than is your strain a much better one than the Himalaya Gold from GHS.

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Good day manito,

Nepalese Jam matures perfectly in north west Spain, she has been tested and finished even in northern places like France, UK and Canada.
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Old 11-22-2008, 11:31 AM #26
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Hello Dubi,

This is great.What could you tell about the Jamaican which is used for this strain.Is it the famous Lambsbread.
Another question is, what is the flowering period of Nepalese Jam?

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Old 11-23-2008, 04:06 PM #27
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This is great.What could you tell about the Jamaican which is used for this strain.Is it the famous Lambsbread.
Another question is, what is the flowering period of Nepalese Jam?

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Good day manito,

Yes, the lambsbread 85 was the jamaican used for Nepalese jam. I'd recommend to check nepalese jam thread here in our ace room for any doubt. Thanks!
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Old 11-25-2008, 11:02 PM #28
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Ni Hau Dubi,

This is great. I thought that this strain variety was lost.The Jamaicans are now working with Dutch genetics, what i've seen on the DVD of Mr.Nice.
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Hey Dubi,

Here some pictures of Cannabis from the Ningxia area in China.The province lays nearby the border of Mongolia.As you can see there are some indica genes in this variety.I'm still waiting for the seeds, so i can't tell you about the effect or smell.What i can tell you is its a fast flowering strain, but not suitable for wet areas like the Netherlands, Vancouver area or Denmark .





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Hey Dubi,

Here some pictures of Cannabis from the Ningxia area in China.The province lays nearby the border of Mongolia.As you can see there are some indica genes in this variety.I'm still waiting for the seeds, so i can't tell you about the effect or smell.What i can tell you is its a fast flowering strain, but not suitable for wet areas like the Netherlands, Vancouver area or Denmark .
Looks and sounds very interesting manito, i hope you finally receive the seeds, i'm very interested to try northern chinese lines. Thanks to Kanza, we had a mongolian indica but sadly we havent got the chance to reproduce her correctly.

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