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Old 08-17-2018, 12:58 AM #11
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hello i live at lat 47N in the south of europe about an hour from the mediterranean sea; here the climate is meild winters with about a month of freezing. the summers are usuall drought like and with hot temps. the region is exeptionally sunny with average 300 days a year of cloudless blue sky.

i have done about ten indoor harvests and this year is my third geurilla grow. i got some lemon skunk from DNA and leda uno from KC brains, which is claimed to be a good outdoor strain. for me indoor the leda finished in max 50 DAYS with full indica type growth and structure. outdoor the ledas are growing way slower then indoors; they seem they will finish in early november, so not so quick as claimed by breeder.

lemon skunk indoors took 90 days average to be done with typycal sativa dom traits, like lots of stretch in early flower, later onsetn of flowering. she didnt make any pistils till day 15 of bloom. but the lemon skunk yielded very well for me. 100 gr per plant in a ten litre bucket of coco, which usually gives me more in the 50-60 gr range for the same bucket with other strains, the ledas for example.

out door the lemon skunks are growing huuge compared to the leda unos which is funny cuz this seems to contradict both breeders descrption, the leda being claimed as a tall sativa dom and the lemon skunk claimed to be more stout and typical skunk/indica type growth.

the lemon skunks will definately be done before the first week of november.

all my outdoor plant this year are clones taken from the plants that i mentioned above being grown indoors


this is a leda uno about one meter tall, in a ten gallon swamp tube in the mud no standing water
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these are lemon skun also in ten gallon swamp tubes the tallest is 10 feet
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at my dry land plot the lemon skunks are not doing as well as the leda unos. there has been no rain and the weekly five liters they each recieve seems not enough.but the leda unos dont get even slightly effected by llack of water. on the indoor run i clearly remarked that the leda uno has great rooting capacity, so i thinks thats why they can handle drought more then the lemon skunk .......

so yes i would recomend leda uno for geurilla growing for sure

the phenos of leda i got are quick. the taste is sweet hash and berry, with a STRONG STENCH OF SKUNK, with classic indica effect. the lemon skunk i got dont really smell like skunk at all, actually quite good for indoor stealth grows where odor is a problem,
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Ease of grow 1-10....1 easy, 10 the hardest
Potency 1-10
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And brief summary if you like.....that's the guidelines guys

We want these entries to be final/finished grow. Basically enter the strains on a post.


Basically please keep the entries similar to the original strain guide. These are the guidelines we need to keep to get this new strain guide started.

Please follow the guidelines.....we want to follow the old strainguide. If the guidelines are followed we should have a new entry/strain on each post. It's very simple guys for everybody's convenience just make entries following the BASIC guidelines. It's ok to add a lil summary after you post your entry


I'm sorry if I didn't make it clear what the guidelines and jist of the strainguide is.

For everybody's convenience please follow the GUIDELINES GIVEN AND OR the GUIDELINES from the OLD STRAIN GUIDE BACKCOUNTRY started.

Thanks guys and the entries already posted are GREATLY appreciated.

This is for the icmag community and cannabis world to have for reference of outdoor growing of certain strains. A convenient reference to outdoor cannabis growing, and the strains that's grown.

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Word kindbud- props to Backcountry and you for keeping this thread rolling. Theres gold in the previous thread, was a blessing learning about all those solid strains that ive come to rely on to keep me and mine in quality medicine. But a buddy and i were just saying the other day how do the favourites compare with a lot of the new stuff these days. So much variation... Anyway seeing this is enough to get me out of the cupboard and make some contributions to the guerilla bank. SO first up im right there with Kangarooky on KC33. Still a solid provider, tough tasty and a big girl.
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Year grown(2016)

BREEDER/STRAIN(Ace Seeds/ Bangi Haze)

MOLD/Disease/PEST issues(8/10) Shes got some vigour here i tell you.

OUTDOOR finish time(Oct)

Final HARVEST weight: 1/4-1lb depending on conditions and attention in hard guerilla conditions.


Plant structure/Growth info: Medium stretching sativa style growth, with good holes and sunlight she can easily reach 12 feet, but not the crazy heights of longer season sativas, solid branches for a sat dom that rarely needs heavy supports to carry her good size nugs.


CONTAINER/GUERILLA : Bangi is a tough girl. She can handle the cold and the heat like a champ. Has an awesome resistance and has done wonders to improve the resistance of over lines she has got with in the field or cupboard. Ive seen her solid buds come in through searing dry autumns and under an inch of snow.
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SMOKE REPORT: Wild streaming thoughts and racing heart creative buzz. Not for the fainthearted when grown well and cured right. Stunningly electric and cerebral. If there is anything else i think i should be dooing this is not my smoke of choice, but when the time is right nothing can give me that kind of energy but this girl. Is lovely in indica crosses too to knock off the sleepy edge.
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LOCATION : Country: LATITUDE 37

Year grown(2013 onwards)

BREEDER/STRAIN(Dinafem/ Sweet Deep Grapefruit)

MOLD/Disease/PEST issues(7/10) Under tough conditions i've had the top colas in very large plants mold out but most of the plants stayed mint. Not bad for a multi pound plant under tough gorilla conditions.

OUTDOOR finish time(Early Oct)

Final HARVEST weight: Good yeilder in tough conditions these girls have topped out at 10 ft and a couple of lb. A reliable several ounces from smaller guerrilla ladies in poorer spots.

Plant structure/Growth info: well structured sat/ind hybrid with lovely bud development across much of the plant. Can get tall but nothing crazy.

CONTAINER/GUERILLA : I first fell in love with this plant after reading the description of the tasty buds and thinking lets give this a crack.Plants were large leaved and vigorous. Ladies went out early and a freek snow drop came down three days later. Plants were four and five sets of leaves. Came to check and they were under six inches of snow. A week of frosts and id given up on the girls. Too early lesson learned. End of the season i thought something might have made it-came back... and everyone was 9ft plus and stunning. One of the best patches ever. This girl has vigour and can pretty much look after herself.
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SMOKE REPORT: The buds of this girl are just as described. A sweet savoury citrus, at best its like a ruby red grapefruit. Delicious- most favourite extracts. Nice racing sativa with enough body buzz to keep you calm.
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LOCATION : Country: LATITUDE 37

Year grown(2015-2018)

BREEDER/STRAIN(HSO/ Blue Dream )

MOLD/Disease/PEST issues(7/10)

OUTDOOR finish time(Oct Mid)

Final HARVEST weight: 1/4-2lb depending on conditions and attention in hard guerrilla conditions.


Plant structure/Growth info: Pleasingly squat and branchy indica. Ive heard BD is a sat dom clone only and ive never seen a HSO come out anything but Indica heavy. But shes a solid yeilder and has good looking chuncky nugs. There is nothing i can complain about except the seeds are a bit exy.


CONTAINER/GUERILLA :Guerilla style in a good big hole and a bit of extra water this girl can deliver. Plants aren't massive 8-9 ft max for me but they have been a reliable yeild and a surprisingly tough plant.
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SMOKE REPORT: This plant can get really damn strong. The buds have superb bag appeal and the blueing from her blueberry parent makes for a very attractive colour if temps get down towards harvest.
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Hello i am from western europe the netherlands
i havent grown any traditional outdoor strains yet , except for 1 autocheese if that counts.
All my outdoor grows were 20litre bucks unless stated otherwise

my first outdoor year i grew a Herijuana ibl by ******/woodhorse ! after being intrigued by its name and description lol
turned out the description was totally right and i couldnt finish 3 joints ( dutch joints with tabbacco lolz ) without falling asleep !!
all my friends were WELL impressed , and honored me as some type of outdoorweed god lolz
Yield 7/10 , Product 9/10 , Smell 7/10
Bud smelled like bandaids and coughsyrup

next year it was some chemdog crosses and they all died , at some point they just starting molding all over the place , and i mean WEIRD mold .

3rd year i did a Sweet cheese by sweet seeds , after having smoked a friends outdoor cheese a year earlier ! it was killer and yielded a bunch so i decided to give it a try .
You could smell the cheese 50yards away from my house , which isnt good if there is 6 peoples backyards within that area lolz !!!!
After the harvest my neighbour rang my doorbell saying her entire attic smelled like weed , i was drying my shit in my attic so it mustve gotten tru the walls somewhere .
Had to dry it in my bedroom , so all my clothes reeked all the time
i was still living with my parents at that time lolz
Yield 8/10 , Product 9/10 , Smell 10/10

Year after that i did a Auto Cheese , which i thought because of it being autofflower it wouldnt turn out to be much.
BOY WAS I WRONG , ran into the exact same problems as the year before ! neighbour was REALLY pissed that time ! xD
Yield 7/10 , Product 8/10 , Smell 10/10

Didnt grow outdoor for a few years , until growing herijuana inside under a LED , and my tent was getting a bit too crowded .
Because the neighbours didnt complain when i grw herijuana
i figured i try it again outdoor , and just harvested it last week without any problems .
Hardly any smell coming off the plant while growing or budding !!!
Yield was also allot better this time , but thats just due to me being a far more experienced grower now , plus being able to afford quality nutes !
still drying

After growing the herijuana for a few months without any smells in my backyard , i decided to just add a small caramello in a small pot to my backyard late summer . It turned out fucking pretty with orange and red colors , smelling like apple caramel .
Yielded maybe like 15grams or so from a 1.5 litre pot
Still drying

Except for the 1 grow gone bad , i have never experienced any rot or anything , but i grow below a roof .
All the grows did have a acceptable amount of mildew on them !!
EXCEPT herijuana , maybe 2 or 3 leaves very small spot by harvest time !!! also they didnt seem affected by colder nights or anything , didnt show any pretty harvest colors , just straight greenery.
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A few spots of mold and pm at harvest time, not enough to care about.

Harvest eight weeks, Mid-September.

1.5 ounces from tops and upper branches, per 5 gallon swamp tube under 6 hours of direct sun, tended once per week.

Potent, clear, energetic high for daytime use. Strong raspberry mint flavor. Open structure. Grows like indica, wide leaves and thick chunky buds. Smokes like a Sativa.

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