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Old 01-24-2018, 08:43 AM #21
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One bit of advice.....Northern Lights or anything crossed with it needs a good cure. I mean 2 or 3 months. Also, take it to 10 weeks and then chop. I have never grown Peaks NL but, I had a clone of the original NL#5....and when I tried it after a short cure, it was short with no bite.....but after a looooong cure, it was devastating. I mean to the point of making seasoned smokers pass out.
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Old 01-26-2018, 08:46 AM #22
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Only popped a couple and they grew balls. :( One was especially vigorous and smelly...
Thanks for reminding me, I forgot to mention the smell.

Pheno 1 as described in my post above was the loudest plant in the grow by a big margin and on its own demanded a carbon scrubber where I've managed without one in several past grows.

I was seeking low odor strains which is what led me to Peak Seeds in the first place but this very desirable pheno of Mike's Northern Lights is almost is stinky as it is pleasant to smoke. 9 out of 10 for sure.

Pheno 2 as described above had close to zero odor to go with close to zero potency.

To identify Pheno 1 in veg/pre-sexing I suggest making selections based on the level of stinkiness when the plant is rubbed or otherwise disturbed.


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I also have three KB that I 12/12'd till they showed female and I'm currently waiting until they are well re-established in veg state before deciding which to finish and which if any to try as a mom for a round or two. (No room in flower tent, hence re-vegging all 3)
I didn't like Mike's Kush Berry and it suffers badly in comparison to his Kush NL, which is a very good plant.

I found 2 phenos in the KB.

Green Pheno is compact but branchy. A very good yielder, interesting flavours and great bag appeal but I didn't like the high at all. It was certainly racy and I seem to recall it being muddled with a messy finish. Anyway, I didn't like it.

Purple Pheno is a single cola type with good yield but very average potency and effects and was not close to being a keeper.

I had 2 packs left and I gave them away to a friend for use in an outdoor guerilla grow, it's the only Peak strain I don't rate highly.

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One bit of advice.....Northern Lights or anything crossed with it needs a good cure. I mean 2 or 3 months. Also, take it to 10 weeks and then chop. I have never grown Peaks NL but, I had a clone of the original NL#5....and when I tried it after a short cure, it was short with no bite.....but after a looooong cure, it was devastating. I mean to the point of making seasoned smokers pass out.
thanks for the tip man.
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Grown in pro mix and worm castings using Roots Organics nutes.

3 phenos brought outside for pics.

Clones were taken.

Keeping 2 phenos for sure.

May keep all 3...
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