Originally Posted by LostTribe
I also have a pack of the OTH that Dubi sent after the POTH only germ'd 1 female and I think 2 males.
I believe he has stated that the purple pheno can be found in the OTH. The Purple represents old Columbian Highland if memory serves. Good luck. I would plant in a very very very light mix with little to no amending and go from there. They really take off and will burn in normal amended soil. Don't feed hardly any N. Start way way low. I burnt the heck out of that one and it still turned out fine after a month it started to recover with new leaf growth that wasn't burnt.
Thank you very much LT, that is very useful information and coming from yourself, who has quite a bit of knowledge on growing this strain. I have been debating on whether to grow in a coco mix, with a little worm castings and quano at transplant, but am also considering an un-amended soil mix, since I like the idea of top dressing occasionally with worm castings and light organic feedings if necessary. There is an old thread on here, I will have to look for it. There is a soil recipe in a book that was supposed to be the Haze Brothers soil mix, coming from Sam himself, who comments on the thread. It was a bit more than I want to duplicate, but the part that got me was the pH, he recommended 7.5-8.5, "sweet for the connoisseur's treat." That's quite a bit higher than I am comfortable with, but did you find that the OTH has a sweet spot or pH preference? Would there have been a purpose for the higher pH?
Peace, God bless