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Old 05-14-2019, 08:57 PM #1
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Bangi Hazi X Mangobiche Kush ? and others?

Getting low on seeds that are of my peek interest and usability, what I have is getting old...And I like to grow from seed mostly and thought lets see what I got left...and I need a hobby veg box to keep me entertained..

It is still kind of a hassle to order seeds in Colorado....

Soon I want to order to make some hashplant seeds..something concrete ...I have had good luck making my own seeds for 1 generation,long as I make really good selection of strain, after that I dont have the ability to do the numbers to breed proper..

Anyway I have 2 reg seeds Bangi Haze I'm gonna try to germ along with these potential crosses.,,
BH X BH
BH X Mangobiche kush
BH X Silver Cheese---this I have started as a fem seed already,,clone soon.....
BH X L.S.D.
BH X Mexican Highland ( these are 20 year old seeds I saved from brick weed 20 years ago , it was great Hazy stuff,you don't see it anymore it all got pushed out by indica...it was fast flowering desert weed,,,long and skinny with neat foxtail buds...fast flowering...low yeild of electric buds,,super sparse,,,like its tumbleweed bud..) anyway I just put all of them (150)in a wet towl hope to get something....if it get one I'll start a thread and cross it to BH or something we'll see..

these should produce some good indoor adaptable hybrids

The Mangobiche kush X BH is my main Hope....I grew the Mangobiche kush,,,,its fantastic,,,,sounds like it would make a very nice match to Bangi Haze and give some nice indoor hybrids

Any way wish me luck, I got few older seeds to work with.

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Old 05-14-2019, 09:04 PM #2
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good luck this round...anytime someone puts mexican and highland in the same sentence..he he he, you now have my attention,
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good luck this round...anytime someone puts mexican and highland in the same sentence..he he he, you now have my attention,

LOL,,thats my best guess to what it really is...the structure of the buds and the many stems ,,gives me a pretty good idea of what the plant must of looked like, and reacted to its environment...

good ol mexican highland,haha,,I wouldn't of kept the seeds if it wasn't from a particularly good batch of Import ..I grew up in a port city...

wasn't like the other full sativa bricks from back then either....this was very much some weird from the desert weed...even then we didn't see that much of that type then,,,,mostly Honduras and central american brick I believe is what we got.,,,I grew some once that looked just like ACE's Honduras back in the day.
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good luck this round...anytime someone puts mexican and highland in the same sentence..he he he, you now have my attention,
Me too. I love Mexican, especially the Mexican of old. Good luck on germinating those seeds. Lester Beans has a great thread on germinating old beans:
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Bangi Haze makes great crosses.
I did about 5 last year as well.

nice choices to mix with

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This ought to be fun, rigging up a ghetto fashion closet shelf seed/clone/vedge area,,, wouldn't really call it vedge,,,,

It's a place to keep things living for now until , I got the funds for something better,,,but this will work for a good while I think,,, I'll probably add a couple more strip LEDs....

Right now it's like 45w actually LED... cheap Walmart and home Depot lights...

Not ideal, .. I'll make be it fit my needs.

Cut tops for the planters,, going to be running Coco.,...the idea is to cut down some on evaporation... I'm at 9000ft don't want to water these things every damn day..

Room for 6 choosen seedling...I might put the Mexican somewhere if I get more than a few, just to check for a stinker later.
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