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Old 10-21-2015, 03:49 PM #1
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What .... Maybe i spoiled to early, don't know!

But when i saw that online yesterday, i were really intrigued! I were like damn, it's mistake? And nooooooooo, after a couples of click later i found that!

Hash Fruit
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Regular seeds Genetics: Sandstorm / Peyote Purple
Yield: Average Yield
Flowering: 56-63 days
A blend of classic genetics, from the Moroccan riff to the infamous Hindu Kush.
A delight for the senses, richly aromatic and flavorful with fruity overtones. Beautiful flowers covered in exotic trichomes present a visual delight while the delicious flavor lingers long after smoking.
The effect is strong and awakening, yet calming and relaxing at the same time creating a truly refreshing cannabis experience for the connoisseur
Due the characteristics of the original mother of Peyote Purple, this hybrid can also produce some male individuals.


To me that sound super winner! The thing to try next spring,(indoor, big schedule this year) never get the chance to try the PP my self, but i enjoy de pre98 for a while. Until i lose her over mildew! What a great smoke it was, more or less the same with sandstorm! I still kept a bit of frustration for not being able to finish her in term outdoor (Shitty summer, it happen)


So i think it might be my revenge, and prolly something really nice to enjoy thru the summer!


So, any outcome might be nice at the moment!
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Old 11-06-2015, 06:43 PM #2
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I have the occasion to try this hydrid with the deluxe mix. It have a very nice taste of ripe fruit, i will surely get some seeds once i can
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Old 04-18-2016, 07:33 AM #5
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Have few Hashfruits growing.Look nice, grow quite vigorously. Fruity smell when you rubb the stem.
Should be a nice plant.
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Hash Fruit

Hash Fruit is one of my favorite plants. Pungent sticky flowers and leaves encrusted in very aromatic resins. The smell is delightful and at first you think mango but it's better than mango, like super tropical fruit. It follows through on the taste, coating the mouth and throat with an almost candy like flavor.



The magic carpet ride effect is maybe better at night but I find the Hash Fruit to be excellent anytime in moderation (let me know how that works out). The effect is very clear and motivational in lower doses and perfect for late night caps.


100% organic Colombian grown Hash Fruit

Thanks Charlie for the opportunity to know this extraordinary plant!




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I have 10 of these in early veg and have already noticed this super tropical fruitiness from several when rubbing the stem, its a dense tropical fruit in full ripeness, think when I finally pick my keeper that I shall name her " Carmen Miranda`s hat"
The other phenos seem to exude more of the peyote side of smell a bit more of a metalic blue smell if that makes any sense
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Old 05-08-2016, 12:15 PM #8
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Hey Redrider are these pics from the winners of copa del copo?

Also what latidude did these grow outdoors?

looking fine mate
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Hey Redrider are these pics from the winners of copa del copo?

Also what latidude did these grow outdoors?

looking fine mate
Yes these are the flowers that won the copa in Medellin last month. She was grown 100% organic using rain water and nutrients from CBG under the Colombian sun (2,700mts) almost on top of the equator. The Hash fruit is a very special plant to me especially as a medical plant. I have been suffering with a bout of sciatica and I must say in large doses the Hash fruit (just the flowers) make the pain all but disappear. And the taste is so rich and addictive, I never tire of that smell.
I personally am not into competition but I must say it is rewarding to see the smile on Charlies face when he smells the Hash fruit, priceless.


Here is some Hash Fruit, Purple Mexican and the sexy Mextiza


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Old 05-09-2016, 09:27 PM #10
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Have the exact same genes growing at the moment these pics are the tops of hash fruit. Mextiza and an interesting leaf of purple Mexican.
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