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Old 10-22-2017, 08:39 PM #31
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I have made my pics available to everyone now I think.
Syd is a friend so thats why he can see them hopefully this has fixed it.
I am a bit of a novice at this forum thing I should leave my settings alone ha ha.

Yes Syd that one plant took off like jack and the been stalk the other stayed short like a kush type plant.
I didn't clone it unfortunately I did with the sativas and all the clones took really easy.

Now I am eager to see the result on the Kalichina x Zamaldelica the tall plant still has the same looking buds as the short plant but the smell is totally different. I have never smelt it before and it has me intrigued.
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I really can't wait for some Ethiopian crosses, I'd really love to sample concentrates by the way folks speak of the flowers. Such delicate slender leaves in your pics, tang. I picked up the Congo x eth from dubi & folks a while back. I am very excited to see yours finish.
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Old 10-22-2017, 09:23 PM #33
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I really can't wait for some Ethiopian crosses, I'd really love to sample concentrates by the way folks speak of the flowers. Such delicate slender leaves in your pics, tang. I picked up the Congo x eth from dubi & folks a while back. I am very excited to see yours finish.
Me to there was a post a while back from a member who grew some Ethiopian and posted pics.
We spoke of the effects as he used to live there and had experience with the rastas there.

Some friends of mine traveled down the east coast of Africa through Sudan and Ethiopia years ago before the trouble started and said the cobs they scored from the area were better than the ones they brought back from Malawi and they were amazing.

I have always wanted to try it so I am eagerly looking forward to getting my hands on this cross. I just have to cure them a little differently as the flowers are delicate like the high very special.
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Greetings Tangwena!!!
Greetings NCali!!!

Ethiopian , Afreekan herb ??? Crosses with Malawi ???

Perfect combo ! You will absolutely love them.
I have some on the way too!
Be nice to compare to my own seeds from Shashamane , Ethiopia.
I think the Malawi brings the lift and hold I been seeking with my Ethiopians previously..

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Ethiopian , Afreekan herb ??? Crosses with Malawi ???

Perfect combo ! You will absolutely love them.
I have some on the way too!
Be nice to compare to my own seeds from Shashamane , Ethiopia.
I think the Malawi brings the lift and hold I been seeking with my Ethiopians previously..

Happy Growing!!!
Post some pics my friend you have some good buds if my memory serves me well.
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Post some pics my friend you have some good buds if my memory serves me well.
Greetings Tangwena! Pray you are well, and I can see your garden is !

Here is a link to my album on an indoor Ethiopian grow

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Old 10-23-2017, 08:58 PM #37
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Thats what I call good buds my friend much respect to you. Lovely job I wish mine to be something like that come harvest.
Just checked out your link very nice plant you did a great job cant wait to see what you can do with the Malawi / Ethiopian please let me know if you start a diary I would love to follow your grow.
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I had the pics private viewing for some reason ha ha.
By level pegging I mean they are keeping up with each other growth wise. The Panama has denser flowers but the Honduras is the same size wise just a little airier but its early days yet they both look headed for some fat resinous buds come harvest.

Did I mention their smells? simply heaven theres no other way to describe them. I have 2 carbon filters running and they only just keep them under control ha ha. Come harvest its going to be very smelly ha ha.
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3rd week flowering

These are the plants at the end of week 3 flowering they are going to need support before they are finished.
First up the Panama stand out plant covered in frost already this is the best one I have come across for resin coverage.

Second Panama x Honduras filling out nicely and should have a nice lot of buds come harvest very nice floral skunky smell.

Third Golden Tiger very similar to the last one I grew from this pack. The last plant was the best high I have got from growing my own since I started cobbing. This should be an exceptional plant I have clones of all the above.

Last pic the resin on the Panama pop corn just amazing.
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Week 3

Here are the pics of the Kalichina x Zamaldelica and Malawi x Ethiopia.
first up the short pheno of Kalichina x Zamaldelica. I have this in a small pot and it has been on 11/13 from 1 week old. I did this on purpose as I wanted it small just to sample the high.
The second pic is the taller Kalichina x Zamaldelica it would have grown a lot more if I had let it.
The short pheno has a peppery piney smell the taller pheno a very strong lime fizzy drink sought of smell that I like the smell of a lot.

The 3rd pic is the earlier flowering Malawi x Ethiopean. These are really only the 2nd week of flowering. I took one of the clones of this out and put it in a spare bedroom by a sunny window as I want to put this outside.
Over night the room stinks from a spindly little 4 inch high clone! If this is what they are going to smell like I had better hold on to my hat.
The smell is funky deep and I cant describe it other than only the best buds from Malawi smell like this. These are going to be dynamite.
Aces seeds just keep getting better I cant believe it thanks Dubi your a star my friend.

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