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Old 02-18-2017, 09:57 AM #1
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Anyone else love Zamaldelica and making crosses with it?

Hey all, interested in hearing those working with the mighty Zamaldelica and crossing it.

I have made a few so far - cross with a Sam Haze (super sativa looking), unsure what type but very mango and strong. Also with Orient Express and Nepjam. These I have just popped so no idea what they smoke like but they are super vigorous and wonderful plants. All seeds popping over night and going off! I'd love to cross with a Satori.

I love this strain, so unique and interested in others playing around with it. I have a NL/BB which I thought about crossing with a Zamaldelica - anyone else done interesting crosses? Thanks!
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I hit a Thai pheno with my male Panama green pheno. I just started growing 4 of them though, so I don't know much about the cross yet. The mother was a bit of a gittery buzz. Like you can't hold still. I'm hoping the Panama takes that edge off.
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Old 02-19-2017, 01:10 AM #3
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I'm thinking about a Zam Afghan#1 or a Zam x Ethiopian IBL cross. Since I have some 2-month old Zam pollen in fridge, I'll probably dust my 6 Ethiopians with that. (6, 1 week old seedlings in a vertical Inda Gro 400W cabinet. The light is intense with supplemental fluorescents and reflective mylar.) My last grow yielded about 7oz seeded Zamaldelica, which 3 females continued to grow even after I pollinated them with a Zam male, and showed no sign of slowing down, even after having flowered for 5 1/2 months. (I vegged them for only 2 weeks before placing them on 13/11 then 14/10 to try to finish them, but they were almost pushing against the top of my 36" tall cab, so I just decided to harvest so I could start my Ethiopians.)
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I'd be really interested in hearing how it would go with an indica. Will the astral body escape? haha
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This is a Zamaldelica x Hawaiian I grew out last summer. Very pleasant aroma of equine. Good producer, I did pollinate her with a male F2 Z x H this past summer. Peace
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I'd be really interested in hearing how it would go with an indica. Will the astral body escape? haha
Maybe it would be too stoned to fly away? I got the A#1 recently as a freebee from Ace, so I may as well cross it eventually with a Zam, to see what happens. I expect it would be a dopey "whiskey pot" narcotic effect, nowhere as soaring and ethereal as a great sativa hybrid such as Ciski.

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I'm thinking about a Zam Afghan#1 or a Zam x Ethiopian IBL cross. Since I have some 2-month old Zam pollen in fridge, I'll probably dust my 6 Ethiopians with that. (6, 1 week old seedlings in a vertical Inda Gro 400W cabinet. The light is intense with supplemental fluorescents and reflective mylar.) My last grow yielded about 7oz seeded Zamaldelica, which 3 females continued to grow even after I pollinated them with a Zam male, and showed no sign of slowing down, even after having flowered for 5 1/2 months. (I vegged them for only 2 weeks before placing them on 13/11 then 14/10 to try to finish them, but they were almost pushing against the top of my 36" tall cab, so I just decided to harvest so I could start my Ethiopians.)
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Hey all, interested in hearing those working with the mighty Zamaldelica and crossing it.

I have made a few so far - cross with a Sam Haze (super sativa looking), unsure what type but very mango and strong. Also with Orient Express and Nepjam. These I have just popped so no idea what they smoke like but they are super vigorous and wonderful plants. All seeds popping over night and going off! I'd love to cross with a Satori.

I love this strain, so unique and interested in others playing around with it. I have a NL/BB which I thought about crossing with a Zamaldelica - anyone else done interesting crosses? Thanks!
Hi nksv,

I'm glad to hear you love Zamaldelica and that you find her enough interesting to produce your own crosses.

I think Zamaldelica would produce great sativa hybrids with Kali China (i think both terpene profiles can produce a really unique mango incensey aroma and i think the effects in this hybrid will be top notch too), with Panama, with Haze Thai or with other nice pure african strains like angolese, ethiopian, durban, or with more tamed african sativa hybrids like Reina Madre, Lilly, etc ...

I wouldn't cross Zamaldelica with afghani or skunk, but that's just my personal opinion.
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I dusted my zam with a wide leaf Tikal male. Only got 4 viable seeds. Will be interesting to see what happens.

On a side note, I love that zamaldelica pheno. It smells primarily of roses but also has a scent after curing that takes me back to when I grew the original sol sweet tooth #3, must be around 2001. Can't wait to grow more of them.

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