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Old 02-16-2006, 01:40 AM #1
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new england growers:regional info part 2

i remember the thread on og for all new england outdoor growers.hundreds and hundreds of pages long. i know the snow has you stuck in winter mode,but what strains wll you(New Englanders) be putting outside come springtime?
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Old 02-16-2006, 01:50 AM #2
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hey man yeah that was a great thread!! soooo much info, lets try to renact it here!! its weird though cause there already was a new england thread here but it seems to have dissapered....... oh well.
well although my list is ever changing here is is at the moment:
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purple power (fem) and easy sativa-(Fem)

Cant wait for spring!!

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Old 02-16-2006, 01:59 AM #3
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I have some reefermans nigerian nightmare,and my own seed i made a few summers back. The bud smelled like grapes at first, but on day 2 and 3 of drying it smelled like vomit,100 % vomit.i was about to throw it away because i thought it went bad. So i waited a few more days and opened up the drying closet door and holy fuck! It smelled like a skunks ****. so i have about 25 beans left,and will probably do about 10 this season.
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well here i am again, im from ri/ma erea and growing local skunk an bagseed.
is there anyway to make these NE threads stay ?
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Old 02-16-2006, 10:13 PM #5
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yea there is bentom, we all have to post to the same one...I dont really think the one I started went anywhere, you dont have to abandon a thread just because it hasent had any posts that day...whatever tho, wu tang please from now on check through the list of threads before making a new one.
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yep,keep on posting on it and bumpin it to the top. the way the weather is looking now, i think i might start them earlier this year. i mean, 3 days ago we had 1.5 ft of snow. Today it was in the 50's! new england is crazy.
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Old 02-18-2006, 05:39 AM #7
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what up guys? Im a new england grower planning on doing my first outdoor crop this year. I have some of the freebies left after giving some out so ill pop those out, they are the south african durban poison X skunk 1. Also i have some super silver haze seeds and about a week away from getting some hash plant X afghani1 seeds from a friend. they are his cross from sensi seed stock.those should be nice. cant wait for spring!
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Hey guys. I'm tryin my first full grow outside this year too.

Gonna try some MMSSxEG and maybe some others from vision. I absolutley can't wait.

And hey scorpion king not sure if any of the strains you listed will do so well in NE, they seem like long flowerers (esecailly the SSH I believe it finished sometime in NOV, way too long for anywhere in NE) exept the HPxAffie but that sounds super indica and might be prone to mold depending on where you live with the high humidity and rain coming up the coast and from the west in the fall months. Then again this is just what I've heard from researching around. Ahhh damn why isn't it spring yet/!
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seems like everyone scattered. i have quite a list for this year.
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seems like everyone scattered. i have quite a list for this year.
what would that list be, if you dont my asking?
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