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Old 10-08-2018, 05:28 AM #41
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I had a round of texada skunk a few years ago. Indoors. They grew relatively short. Had decent size nugz, iirc it had kind of a lemon Sent. It was not very popular though. I would try it outdoor but not indoor again,
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9 foot Peaks NL 7 weeks into flower
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9 foot Peaks NL 7 weeks into flower
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Here are a few more Nl plants... Sorry for the lack of quality photos. I only visited this plot at night for security/safety reasons and this was the only time I made it out in the daytime and took pictures. Unfortunately I didn't get any pics at harvest cause I did it in the middle of the night.

The plant in the last photo that can be seen rising above the plot is the plant that I showed in the previous post. If you look closely you can see the 3 foot high chicken wire fence around the plot to give you a sense of scale. Come to think of it that plant must have been pushing 10 or 11 feet, but 9 was my conservative guess. That was the biggest Nl out of the bunch. The others were around 7 or 8 feet with 60 days of veg and 7 weeks of flower.

I pulled the plants at 10 weeks but they were certainly ready by 8-9 weeks. I must add that this strain is tough as nails and very resilient. There were several severe storms the plants went through and only one fell over. This plant recovered amazingly. Also had an insane amount of rain this fall and the mold was very minimal on the NL compared to my other strains. This strain grew quicker than other Indicas in the plot and you can see a splash of Sativa in the leaf and plant structure.

I would certainly recommend this strain to other guerrilla growers and must add that Peak is a great company to do business with.
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Old 10-24-2018, 10:19 AM #45
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Nope. Bought some. Just haven't tried it...yet. I'm curious though. I will. What is Texada supposed to be? Isn't it Sativa dominate?
It's supposed to be a seeded crop of the Texada Timewarp clone crossed with his Sweet Skunk or Northernlights. The mother he chose from the Texada line is short, fat and has Sativa leaves. These crosses are suppose to be very hardy and short in height as well as finishing early with some potency being the sacrifice.
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Is anyone else here a bit worried that Peak may no longer do business outside of Canada with the recent change in law over there? I noticed that the ordering info was removed from the site and it also no longer gives the email address for contact. Might be a good time to start making f2s and extra seeds of his IBLs.
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Is anyone else here a bit worried that Peak may no longer do business outside of Canada with the recent change in law over there? I noticed that the ordering info was removed from the site and it also no longer gives the email address for contact. Might be a good time to start making f2s and extra seeds of his IBLs.
I'm still seeing an email address on the website: service AT peakseedsbc.com.

I am worried for the future, though. Can't really afford to stock up right now, so I better get my clone game dialed in a little better.
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I'm still seeing an email address on the website: service AT peakseedsbc.com.

I am worried for the future, though. Can't really afford to stock up right now, so I better get my clone game dialed in a little better.
Huh, I can't see it at all and when I click on the "email us" link nothing happens.

I have about 20 NL seeds from earlier this year that I plan to make more of next season just in case we get cut off. Peaks genetics are great and he's been inbreeding the NL for quite awhile. Would hate to lose those genetics.
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I emailed him about that and he said he is still sending seeds out of country. That does not mean that will last forever though.
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