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Old 12-20-2016, 12:17 AM #1
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Mount Zion 2017

As long as my county doesn't ban it I will be growing in my permitted 9000 square feet of mixed light/outdoor in the high hills of Calaveras.

I will be growing 200 plants from mothers collected this year and 250 females from seeds germinated this upcoming Spring.

Mothers

Schnazzleberry #2 clone #2 best mother of 7 females. 50 plants, most pm resistant Schnazz clearly +overall amazing plant. Smells: fermented citrus fruits, grapefruit, mandarin orange peels, orange, pinesol, cedar/wood, faint leather, pungent funky deep smell overall, maybe some lavender. Very potent, warm euphoric-loopy hazey body-deep narcotic stone, very enjoyable. Harvest October 3rd.
Schnazzleberry #2 clone #3: 2 plants (may be culled for pm).

Dolce sativa clone #5, best female out of 14: 36. Fat dense nugs. Good yield, pm resistant, nice smells (pine, citrus, funky). It's a clean up high with a nice numb body, slightly dense zony high but not too much. Potent sativa ready October 13th. Most pm resistant of the Dolce, one of the most vigorous and healthy, one of highest yielding with a very nice quality overall very amazing plant.

Sweet Jack clone #3, best of 7 females. 16 plants. Ended up being only one very resistant to pm, not the smelliest of the bunch but nice smells of sweet-pine-Funky with a background of fruitiness. Effect starts off as energetic upbeat sativa but then settles out into a stone that leaves one needing a nap, kinda like a roller coaster up them down. Yield is average.

Bubba kush*jack clone #1, best of 5 females. 25 plants. Yielded 3+ pounds on a 5' tall/wide plant rock hard buds of nice quality. I don't like the Terpene effect but others do, smells: spicy, peppery, musky, fruity. Musky spicy berries. Hybrid high. Most pm resistant pheno, as well as highest quality and highest yielding. Slow in veg.

BC sweet Kush clone #7, best of 8 females. culled for pm spots on mother. Clean sweet Kush smell. One of most oily plants in garden.

Jack pine clone #3, best of 7 females. 16 plants, also one of the most oily plants. Smel: sweet-pine-skunk. Strong and zony, head pressure almost like a headache, not euphoric, body numbing stone.

Mixed hazed: All phenos culled for quality, bud structures. Also cuttings looked pretty beat up.

Destroyer clone #18, best of 19 females. 3 plants: very strong smell, similar to Panama. 50% citrus (lemon, lime, Orange, mango, tropical fruit), 25% incense, %15 dill/herbs, 10% leather. Harvest first week of November, extremely dense buds for a pure sativa. Most pm resistant pheno, densent nugs, best smells, best smoke.

Panama clone #1 and #10 #14: 8 plants total: smell: lemon head candy, sweet lemon, lemongrass, orange peel, dill, fresh grass, lots of incense, cleaning soap, leather, green tea, lime pine, pinesol, lemon cleaner. My two phenos had the most citrus smells, followed by incense, like 70% citrus, 20% incense and 10% earthy smells. The other smells were faint in my two mothers and more prevelant in the mothers I didn't keep. The citrus-lemony phenos as the main smell with incense as the second main smell with only a faint background of the other earth smells are my favorite. Harvest end of October/early November.

Panama pheno 14 just rooted and has been transplanted so mite have this pheno as well. Most earthy smelling pheno. Floral/rose smell, herbs and spices, pine, incense, then tropical fruits-mango-citrus when ground up. 50:50 hazy in the head and hazey in the body, makes for a disembodied feeling. Earliest flowering, most dense nugs, lots of resin.

From seed:


Schnazzleberry #2 (Dom*blueberry) may not be able to source.
Schnazzleberry #4 (The Dom*blockhead) 100 seeds


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Panama: 80 regular
Panama *deep chunk ~100 seeds -30 feminized and 40 regular
Destroyer reg -5


Skunkman cultivators choice
Sleestack*skunk #1 (the Resinator) 100
Haze #5*(haze*skunk)-60
Pot of gold*hindu Kush 100 fem



I am putting in a greenhouse that will be well insulated and heated with lights to keep the mothers at 18 hours a day. I will throw a covering over to keep the lights from shining on the sky. I will also have a small indoor under light to root out the cuttings. In the fall when I take cuttings on all the pm resistant healthy females I will keep two females of each in roughly 6" wide pots but very deep, 1' or more, in the greenhouse. I'm expecting 150-200 mothers to choose but depends on pm resistance.

This spring I will grow mothers in 5 gallon airport to get 200 clones.

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Nice seed selection, can't wait to see the results.
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Hey neighbor, You should be able to get in the 2017 season before a possible shutdown by county supervisors. Growers paid their fee for one year last starting last May. Your variety selection is very interesting. A couple of varieties that worked last year up here. Rare dankness's rare darkness, a grape cross with big yield. Bodhi's snow leopard is the resin king especially the more indica phenotype and some Bodhi freebies exodus cheese X snow lotus has got the stank. No problems with mold even with a wet october. I am going to try and roundup some schnazz seeds for 2017. We appreciate your reports and the good information.
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gimme a seat up front! really enjoyed last years thread and hope you have good luck.

what plans do you have for your soil this year?
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nice hope to see some vertical pics this year
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Sounds like a lot of good work is coming.
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Lots of edits/updates to my first post.
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Glad to see you're keeping track of pm, this should help some folks along the way.
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Lots of edits to first post.

I'm leaning towards a 300 square foot fully climate controlled greenhouse with stung light bulbs to keep them in vegetation. In there I could keep two mothers on 250 Mums and two fathers on 100 Of the best males and have walking room. I will keep the best males that come up, but will only end up keeping the males that are pm resistant, same as with the mothers (easily found in my unhygienic and unforgiving treatment of them+zero pesticides and minimal nutrients).



Pic 1-rooting cuttings.
Pic 2- mothers vegging so I can take more cuttings. I wanna keep 4 mothers of my current stock so I don't lose any.

Pic 3-my 2 livestock guardian dogs sleeping above the chickens, solar panels just behind them is how we get most of our energy. By 2018 it'll be all our energy.
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