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Old 06-25-2018, 12:32 PM #21
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Hi deepwaterdude,

Thanks for sharing your insights after revisiting your Zamaldelica x Kali China jars
And for such detailed and inspired description of the qualities of this hybrid, honestly i cannot describe it better Wish you still have a bit of well cured flowers left in the jars to enjoy this summer
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ZamaldelicaXKali china starting to stretch and getting ready for the flowering stage. I applied some LST, my first try with the technique, trying to develope a bush. Her stems have a lovely smell when rubbed:Sage, rosmarine and a hint of citrus or tropical fruits. I can't wait to see more


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Old 07-25-2018, 11:54 AM #23
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She's getting too large for a proper picture! She looks like a little jungle and already showed some pistils. Proper flowering usually starts on the first of August here. I like everything about this plant!




The leaves starts having some tropical feeling to them. They are so skinny.



Spicy and refreshing herb are what the stems are telling me. Amazing work on this, Dubi!


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Old 08-02-2018, 08:58 AM #24
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Hi Theorganicguy,

Glad you are enjoying so far with the aromas and structure of your Zamadelica x Kali China, the best (flowering) is still to come! Best wishes!
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She's getting properly bushy! Should I apply LST once more or is it too late? The spider mites that had appeared are now slowed down due to the rising humidity and lower temperatures. During september and october the night temperatures are always around 8-10C, they should be sone goon. The stems still have that strong sage smell when rubbed!


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Can't wait to pop this strain this weekend after new moon, gonna be interesting autumn .
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Looking good brother

Lst once more won’t hurt , I would also clean up some lower growth of the spindly , little branches which would produce popcorn buds


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