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Old 11-14-2017, 02:49 AM #631
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This thread began with allot of whining about lacking potency. For me, it's like beer - A stronger one isn't necessarily better. I want one that is enjoyable on all fronts. Understandable that it's not for everyone, but I will grow TGA strains now and again. Maybe not something to run but definitely something to have on hand, share and be appreciated.
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Old 11-14-2017, 06:39 AM #632
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From what I can tell you of these Cuvèe and Locomotion I have here are.. 2 of 3 cuvee hermied. One really bad but luckily it was the lemony kinda smelling one I'm not too fond of. The other herm was just a small sack and once.pulled no more seem to have showed up. In week 5 of flower now and the 2 Cuvèe smell good .. almost like chocolate liqueur. The Locomotion of 3 fem i got a pink haired pheno and other 2 have hints of purple and orange. Very citrus like you just cut open a nectarine and covered in frost. Definitely not as stinky as the description though but still a few weeks out. One loco definitely going to be a low low yielder... so I'll wait amd see.what the next few.weeks.bring and decide if I'll keep em around. Did a pollen chuck so have option of f2
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I have seen some very high numbers on jesus og cuts. After the cali fires we'll see how TGA fares. I would say buy packs now because they will be from other sources now probably.
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Aaron at greenthumb caregivers in MI may have that cut. Not super potent but an honest terpy orange.
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Aaron at greenthumb caregivers in MI may have that cut. Not super potent but an honest terpy orange.
My buddy ran that Agent cut. Almost sure of it. It was in all the dispensarys few years back. Extremely orange citrus. Cali O/ Orange Velvet x Space Queen. Decent yielder too. This was a few years ago. The only thing with Agent in my experience was herm prone seed packs. I went through 4 5 packers to get one that only popped stamens late in flower which was acceptable for me. Like all of Subs gear...a lite mellow creeper high. Daytime mow your lawn happy mellow high. Kush gear STONES you. Subs gear gets you high. Big difference. My neighbor is a patient. Older gal that I bet wouldnt mind some old school Subcool gear. The kush stuff my other patients love is just too damn strong for her. i run Santa Cruz Blue Dream basically just for her. Just 2 or 4 plants under a back corner Gavita. I wouldnt mind switching it up for a good TGA sativa. She would dig that. Havent ran a fruity citrus/candy strain besides Santa Cruz in awhile. Subs gear is easy to get here in Michigan. Few years back EVERYONE and their brother ran TGA stuff. This town was inundated with it. Not so much anymore. I might giver TGA another shot. That gear is easy to grow as well. If you want variety and tastes and not so much potency or yield (some tga like Bean/Agent/Cleaner yields real nice but the really good ones dont) then Subcool and TGA is up your alley.
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Your neighbor would probably LOVE Pandoras Box, if you can find it.

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I ran the hell out of p box awhile back. 3 grow houses ago. About 2012 or 13. It is decent. Tastes unreal..Again..not knockout potency but alot of people dont wanna get clobbered at 10 in the morning with a cup of coffee. And your rite. Like a sweet squirt lemon soda fizzy taste. I got quite a few different tasting phenotypes from P Box. Berries and sweet juicy fruit gums..all kinds of flavors you just dont get with hashy kushy earthy indys. If Subby and the Green Avenger crew could infuse those sweet frutiy Space Queen tastes and smells into a knockout og or kushy bubba type stoney cultivar...wow. That would be something. Seems you lose that hashplant narco stone when crossing to more swet fruity sativas. At least my simple home hobby pollenchucks did.
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Oh and one more thing. Back when all I ran was tga..those strains absolutely KICKED ASS outdoors. Much bigger plants (of course) and the smells and tastes were simply stellar. These varieties it seems were ideal for outside during the season in a good compost/organic worked soil. The tga gear I ran outside back then...WOW. What variety!!!
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Oh and one more thing. Back when all I ran was tga..those strains absolutely KICKED ASS outdoors. Much bigger plants (of course) and the smells and tastes were simply stellar. These varieties it seems were ideal for outside during the season in a good compost/organic worked soil. The tga gear I ran outside back then...WOW. What variety!!!
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