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Old 01-20-2007, 01:28 AM #11
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My friend grew 2 of the following:

Strain/Breeder:Apollo 11 F2/Spice Bros.
Harvest time: Late September
Latitude of grow:36 N
Location:Classified .
Average yield:It wasn't weighed, so I'll just say "decent"
Mold?:15% loss
Potentcy:7/10
Year of grow:2005
The effects of this herb are exactly as advertised. I think the high is one that almost anyone can appreciate. It's got a smart buzz that will fill your head with wonderful ideas . I really can't think of anything bad to say about it. I like it better than Cinderella 99.
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Old 01-20-2007, 06:11 PM #12
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Strain/Breeder: Endless Sky/Dr Green Thumb
Harvest time: Oct 7-10
Latitude of grow: 42N
Location: Both filtered and non filtered light
Average yield: 1/2lb and over
Mold?: NO
Potentcy: 1-10 (8.5)
Year of grow: 2003& 2005 & 2006

Strain/Breeder: Passion #1/Dutch Passion
Harvest time: Sept 30
Latitude of grow: 42N
Location: Filtered light
Average yield: 2 OZ
Mold?: Very little
Potentcy: 1-10 (4.5)
Year of grow: 2006

Strain/Breeder: Shaman/Dutch Passion
Harvest time: Sept 1st –10th
Latitude of grow: 42N
Location: Both filtered and non filtered light
Average yield:1/2lb
Mold?: Tons of mold
Potentcy: 1-10 (5.5)
Year of grow: 2006

Strain/Breeder: Early Riser/Sargamatha
Harvest time: Sept 25th
Latitude of grow: 42N
Location: A little filtered light mostly non filtered
Average yield: 1/2lb and over
Mold?: none
Potentcy: 1-10 (7.5)
Year of grow: 2000
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Old 01-20-2007, 07:06 PM #13
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>Strain/Breeder: PurplePower-pre2000/undetermined
-Harvest time:September 20-31
-Latitude of grow: 45N
-Location: CentralEurope
-Average yield: 250+g
-Mold?:little to nothing
-Potentcy:Strong sativa/mix
-Year of grow:pre2000/2005
-Notes:can grow huge and yield massive-good smoke


>Strain/Breeder:Outsider/HighQualitySeedsNL
-Harvest time: begin/mid september
-Latitude of grow:45N
-Location:CentralEurope
-Average yield: variable
-Mold?:very resistant
-Potentcy: Strong indica/sativa mix
-Year of grow:sice2005...
-Notes:Huge cola and spicy/compact flowers
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Old 01-20-2007, 08:23 PM #14
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I must say great idea on this Outdoor Strain Guide Backcountry will def be a help for the new growers trying to decide what to grow.

Strain/Breeder: Maroc by Female Seeds
Harvest time: End August
Latitude of grow: 46N
Average yield: 2-5 OZ
Mold?: Very little due to early harvest.
Potentcy: Very Stong and Very Resinous
Year of grow: 2006

Maroc Notes: Fastest plant ive ever seen, has well developed buds by early July. Starting indoors is a must if you want big plants as they naturally have a very short Veg time. They do not react the best to Top/Fim as its a Mainstem plant.




Strain/Breeder: ROX by Paradise Seeds
Harvest time: Late Sept
Latitude of grow: 46N
Average yield: 2-6 OZ
Mold?: Light for how compact the buds are
Potentcy: High potency Indica, Extreme Couchlock
Year of grow: 2006

Rox Notes: Was a good plant but due to my lack of growing experience I only had 3 out of 10 make it and only 2 were female. Some of the most dense buds ive seen outdoors.





Strain/Breeder: PowerPlant by Nirvana
Harvest time: Middle Sept
Latitude of grow: 46N
Average yield: Heavy Yielder
Mold?: Light Mold
Potentcy: Medium-High
Year of grow: 2006


PowerPlant Notes: Very good plant for a first time grower, cheap yet high quality buds. Very good bag appeal. Best if topped 3 - 4 times during veg. Uses alot of Ferts during flowering. Low leaf to Calyx ratio so trimming is a breeze.





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Old 01-22-2007, 05:19 AM #15
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Strain/Breeder: Kodiak Gold- Reeferman
Harvest time:mid sept/end sept
Latitude of grow:44N
Location:northern midwest usa
Average yield: 4-6 oz's per plant
Mold?: super mold resistant
Potentcy: average/above average
Year of grow:05 and 06

kodiak gold is a super mold resistant strain, i've grown it 2 seasons in a row in terrible late season conditions and no traces of mold. after a few cold nights her purpling comes in full force....the potency won't blow you away but it is a great medical/painrelief buzz/anti-anxiety with a great creeper effect...the buzz is also long lasting. the smell is earthy/tangy/floral, the taste is pretty much exactly what it smells like. grown all organic in the ground.






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Old 01-25-2007, 03:50 AM #18
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Strain/Breeder:Schnazzleberry#2/ Chimera
Harvest time:end sept/ early oct
Latitude of grow:44N
Location:northern midwest usa
Average yield:4-6 oz's per plant
Mold?:great mold resistance
Potentcy:7-8/ 10
Year of grow:06

schnazz#2 is a great outdoor plant, it handled mold conditions very well, awesome resin production....smell is berryish/skunky/earthy manure/very dank... taste is berry/skunky/mountain air...very clean smooth smoke. it's a true outdoor producer of taste,smell, potency, and jar appeal. here's a few pics of some nice outdoor schnazz#2 pics.














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Old 01-25-2007, 04:10 AM #19
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Strain/Breeder: Special Gold / T2U
Harvest time:first week of oct
Latitude of grow:44N
Location:northern midwest usa
Average yield:1 lb per plant
Mold?: awesome mold resistance
Potentcy:8/10
Year of grow:06

special gold is a cross i made from a selected skunk special female crossed with a kodiak gold male. the purpose of the cross was to get monster yields of mold resistant buds that finished in my area in time...plan worked great. smell is fruity/tangy/earthy, this one pretty much tastes how it smells....a buddy of mine from this site refered to it as kinda fabric softener tasting...so maybe some floral kinds of tastes also. the buds are big,dense, and rock hard....i found 2 phenos so far...one SS leaning pheno and one KG leaning pheno. here's a few pics.








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Old 01-25-2007, 04:27 AM #20
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Strain/Breeder: Nigerian Nightmare/ Reeferman
Harvest time: almost autoflowering/ end aug/early sept
Latitude of grow:44N
Location:northern midwest usa
Average yield:2-3 oz's per plant
Mold?: alot of bud rot/ mold...budded when it was hot and humid
Potentcy:6-7/10
Year of grow:06

nigerian nightmare starts to flower shortly after you put it out, very photosensitive...my yields were probably small due to the fact i put a bunch of small clones off mothers around mid june and they started flowering about 2 weeks later. bud clustering was strange, it grew buds on top of buds. smell and taste is very old school...skunky/grassy herb...best way i can describe it. she got some real nice purple and violet colors and they weren't due to cold temps since it was flowering in late june through august. here's some pics.









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