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Old 06-04-2018, 12:48 PM #21
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Great grow.

Cover that soil with some type of mulch/bedding to trap some moisture.

Beautiful plants
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Old 06-04-2018, 12:49 PM #22
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mulch

If you use 2 inches of hay mulch you can save water! Plus the plants love the extra microbe population that accumulates in the cooler temps in the soil. Mulching every plant is important to me.
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Old 06-10-2018, 06:23 PM #23
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Hello Yoss33!

I'm glad to subscribe to another of your grow threads. Your threads has been some of my favorites year after year for several reasons. You seem to enjoy the type of highs that I like which tend to come from sativas. You document your grows so well, have well written smoke reports, take great pictures, and you successfully push the limits of exotic sativas in northern latitudes. There is a lot to like.

Your choice to grow Zamaldelica is telling. You seem to keep returning to Thai, Haze, and Zamaldelica despite your description of how some of them can be. You wrote "I hope both Zamaldelicas now have such great clear, sharp and functional high, and not the Malawi zombification". This dense/dark Malawi influence was my experience with the first Zamaldelica I grew. The good one must have been really good if you are still smoking it, and growing others. Very good to hear that. Others seem to report of individuals with exceptional highs. I need to sprout more of those seeds and find one. I thought enough of it to keep a significant stash of seeds of them. Thanks to Dubi for helping and encouraging that. Loving how your Zamaldelica #3 is looking. I hope you find a great one.

I have one question. Have you ever tried Kali Mist? If so, I'd like to hear what you think? A friend shared a cutting of one and my first test of it was good. I crossed it with my Bangi Haze cross. It is my sativa "stretch the limits" plant this year.

Best of luck with your grow this year. Looking forward to your next update.

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Old 06-10-2018, 06:41 PM #24
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@yoss33,sorry if I intervene in your tread,
@Thaibliss,Zamaldelica is a bit 'unpredictable, the first time I grew it I got the pheno malawi and I was disappointed a bit', however I decided to plant the rest of the seeds, just to have my f2 in the collection, and among these I found the pheno thai / zamal ...
sometimes it's just luck ....
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Old 06-11-2018, 01:44 AM #25
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My most recent Zamaldelica has not been trippy at all but super clear/sharp and positive. I really was expecting a more full on experience but it's been really different. I was hoping for a trippy pheno but have been happy with how it's turned out as I have a Panama/Malawi that's been giving me some shroomy depths of introspection and astral spasms I also did not expect!
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Old 06-13-2018, 02:42 PM #27
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Thank you, people!
xet and Creeperpark, thanks for the mulch advice! Since it was hard to find real hay around the place (it's all nettle and shrubs), I brought what I had at hand - a few lumps of freshly cut grass that I removed from the trimmer when mowing part of my property. I mow it regularly, and what I get are these juicy lumps of very finely cut and beaten grasses. I made a thin sparse layer of them around the base of Zam#3, soon I might bring more mulch, but I don't want to cover it completely and stop seeing how/where water drains.
Hey, ThaiBliss, welcome in this year's thread, man! I haven't (knowingly) smoked Kali Mist (Western Winds), I've only heard good things about this hybrid and was actually following your grow last year, curious what your final words would be.
I too find Zamaldelica (at least the 2013 version) inconsistent about the types of effects. If I had only one seed to grow, and I counted on it for my stash, I would be very hesitant to grow Zamaldelica - the "Malawi" effects are not what I want and the chances for strong Malawi influence are about 30%, and moderate Malawi influence - another 20%. But if you feel lucky, or play with higher number of plants, I would highly recommend Zamaldelica, as there are great (and even greater) phenos - some just focused, energetic and functional, to others that are focused, energetic and strangely wicked (trippy).
The functional phenos are not far away from a quality Bangi Haze pheno, typical great focused and clear African high, yet Zamaldelica tends to have more depth and dimensions. The price is only 2 more weeks of flowering
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A few photos of Zam#3, which had fallen to its side during a hail storm (with little damage from hail stones) about 10 days ago. I visited the place 2 days afterwards, and the plant's top had reoriented vertically (while the plant was laying), a curve that still hasn't straightened:


The plant is happy and vigorous, closing me in height:


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Beautiful yoss, that Zam #3 is showing very strong Thai traits, hopefully she is of your taste.
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Am haved Zamaldelica at 45.5 North and she never suceed to finish flowering..
maybe in heated greenhouse she will finish but this was outdoor..

they growed huge,4+ meter but in late November they started to flower properly and
could sees some bud,but airy,still they needed like 6-7 week to finish..
and a weather here is cruel so i needed to cut them down..
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