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Old 07-12-2018, 07:50 AM #521
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I can not grow outside here in legal California. Just glad I have the right to use my closet hehe. Use a high Kelvin white light is my advice. Mine is 10,000 K which is very blue.

Just smoked some more of the Lambsbread. Strong trippy effect but it was so visual at 11 weeks. I almost heard music when there was just the sound of the fan running with the later harvest. Psychedelic stuff even now.
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awesome, sounds like the beans are legit (and worth the price lol)

looking for strong, trippy sativas at the moment... no ceiling :-) was eyeing the nevilles x purple thai by snow high ;-)
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Snowhigh family is moving along.

1. Golden Dragon is in a 2 gallon pot, and its over 6ft tall. I should have topped it, but I didnt. Oops! Seems to be a female so far. Very thin-leaf, slow flowering type. This one may take some time.

2. Tangerine Sky is a girl, and litile over 5 1/2 feet. Nice evergreen tree kind of structure. Some of the stems are turning red.
3. Durban Thai Highflyer 2 is a girl, and also over 5 feet. Same kind of structure as the Tangerine Sky. This one also has red stems.
4. Black Maui f2 is the shortest/bushiest. Almost 4 feet. Seems like it may be the biggest yielder.
5. CPD X Black Maui looks like the Tangerine Dream. A little over 5 feet.
6. Blazing dragon is a male and over 6feet and already dropping pollen. I used a cotton swab and lit a branch on all the girls. The Blazing dragon has a nice structure also. Similiar to the Tangerine sky.
7. Pablos lemon thai was a short male. Barely 3 feet. I wont get any dust from this one.

Ill shoot up some pics when they look more interesting.

- That Golden Dragon is a BEAST !!!!
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Snowhigh family is moving along.

1. Golden Dragon is in a 2 gallon pot, and its over 6ft tall. I should have topped it, but I didnt. Oops! Seems to be a female so far. Very thin-leaf, slow flowering type. This one may take some time.

2. Tangerine Sky is a girl, and litile over 5 1/2 feet. Nice evergreen tree kind of structure. Some of the stems are turning red.
3. Durban Thai Highflyer 2 is a girl, and also over 5 feet. Same kind of structure as the Tangerine Sky. This one also has red stems.
4. Black Maui f2 is the shortest/bushiest. Almost 4 feet. Seems like it may be the biggest yielder.
5. CPD X Black Maui looks like the Tangerine Dream. A little over 5 feet.
6. Blazing dragon is a male and over 6feet and already dropping pollen. I used a cotton swab and lit a branch on all the girls. The Blazing dragon has a nice structure also. Similiar to the Tangerine sky.
7. Pablos lemon thai was a short male. Barely 3 feet. I wont get any dust from this one.

Ill shoot up some pics when they look more interesting.

- That Golden Dragon is a BEAST !!!!
Nice to see more of snowhigh gear being grown. I have very high hopes for my pablos lemon thai. I'm really eager to see what the tangerian sky has to offer, as this was my other choice between the pablos lemon thai. I also have an auction pack from GLG that is some NL hit by snows Cali purple haze. The full packs will be germinated in the next few months and I will f2 them for future larger selections. I have figured out that I like heavy on the sativa side hybrids with more than 12 weeks of flowering so Lately I am narrowing down breeders and type of crosses I'm fond of so Fingers crossed that this time I have something extraordinary special. Will see.
Good luck with your grow, are they outside? Show us some pics if you can.
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Finally got some pictures! Its around 4 weeks flowering or so.


Black Maui F2. This is a different pheno that the taller one I had.
Shorter bushier.


Blazing Dragon - was a male. The male had nice structure.
I hit all the girls on a lower bud.


CPD X Black Maui. FAT buds. The Black Maui seems to make good
crosses. Last time I did the Dragons Fire X Black Maui. I went straignt through it, and vaped it all in a few weeks.


Durban Thai Highflyer X Senegalese. Looks interesting



Tangerine Sky is a tall one. Probably should have topped it.
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Golden Dragon was a male. Monster plant was over 6 feet tall in a 2 gal pot. Beautiful Plant. Since it was a male, I chopped it up and juiced the whole plant and drank it! Good Stuff!!


Pablos Lemon Thai was also a male. Darn! I wanted this one!!
Maybe next time!!
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Nice to hear of your grow bluez. The Golden Dragon is worth revisiting. It had two phenos for me. One was stony and the other clear and positive. I assume the stony one was Cambodian. I revegged the clear phenos. One of my favorite smokes. I suggest to sample the buds when they still have clear trichomes. That is the sweet spot for me.
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Old 10-28-2018, 11:58 AM #528
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So I took a test bud off the Vietnamese Laughing Grass or Dalat Purple x Congo Black. Quite a nice high at only 6 weeks of flower. The power is already there. Nice visual and trippy effect. Some of that other world feeling. Might be my mind playing tricks but it seemed things took on a slight purple tint for the first few minutes. hehe

It is a hermie female but I am letting it run. Picked most of the nanners off it. Some purple to the buds and leaves. I can see why this was a favorite back when. I assume the effects are mostly the Dalat as it looks the part. This looks close to done which surprises me, but I will chop at 10 weeks, so a month more. Sweet smoke, tasty.

Have my favorite Acapulco Gold x Michoacan revegging and also a clone is growing. My favorite high I have to say. Like sitting on a cloud and floating along wherever the wind blows, not a care in the world. I was looking for a more intense, LSD type high with visual distortions, but this is just so pleasant it is a great find anyways. This is the Suroeste strain. The plants all seem to favor the Acapulco Gold side in looks and maybe buzz.

I mentioned the Bodhi AG was lacking in thc, well this cross solves that. This has decent strength. Very dreamy effect with some energy but a languid feeling too. Get up and go or sit still. Comedown is clean. This is a bit better than the Guerrero x Michoacan I have run. Both are great.
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That Acapulco Gold x Michoacan sounds nice! I just put the Tangerine Sky in the dark at the beginning of week 13. Still has a few white pistils, but lots of white snow!. The DTHF2, Black Maui F2, and CPD X BM have at least 1-2 more weeks.

I tested the Tangerine Sky, and it was a very dreamy hi. Will post some pics when I get time.
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Hi. I have found Snow has on his web a seed germination guide. At the end he says he uses other different method for germinating "really old Seeds". Such as Acapulco Gold seeds kept since 1968 and early 70's.

Recently I have asked him about it by email. But I know he has serious health problems and he must be very bussy too.

So, someone knows his method for really old seeds?
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