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Old 08-09-2017, 07:54 AM #241
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D.D. I can't speak for any other sativa genetics but I can vouch for Dutchgrown's Merlins Magic, DG had sourced her AG from mexico and then used her super stud C99 male to make the Merlins. I know you aren't really interested in the C99 side of things but the AG used is the real fracking deal, I had 2 phenos, 1 very C99 influenced and the other was AG dominate but in the curing stage the C99 side came through, both plants had a lovely golden colour buds to them and both yielded like mofos.
I reckon the Merlins Magic is your very best bet to go pheno hunting through for your AG fix, as the phenos are hiding in there, just my 2 cents worth mate
What ever happened to Dutchgrown and Merlin's magic, was it ever released? Is anyone out there growing Merlin's magic?
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Old 01-09-2021, 12:39 AM #242
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Growing Barneys AG now, will report when I know more(just flipped to 12/12)
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I grew Barney's AG. Definitely not pure. Finished outside by the end of October at 47N. Really nice plant. Great smell and taste. Yield was also impressive. Just not what I was hoping for.
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No doubt, the real good stuff must have been exceptional but not prevalent. I believe that it actually existed and what you say is true. Just to keep it in perspective though, the AG name was attached to all kinds of stuff not to that level. The explanation could be as simple as winds blowing pollen into neighboring towns and grows and yielding similar but lesser results.
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About the Bodhi AG, Well, the seeds were planted Dec. 14, along with a few others, 24 in all, and the AG seeds were the first to come up. Now there are 3 females and 3 males. The males I will clone and keep going. The girls will be cloned and pollinated with a Cross of Panama Haze/Apollo11. I want to see if the feminized P Haze progeny will be sexually healthy. Then, next run, I'll do the AG pollination to get a lot of seeds. Growing the AG feels like being re-united with old friends. There's a low ceiling in the flower room, so lots of bending, they are still stretching. By the way, nothing against Barney's, I have their Tangerine Dream, I believe it's called, might be something different, though. Will maybe give it a go in the summer.
How did you guys like the Barney's Acapulco Gold, what were the effects like?

I have some AG I got from them and was wondering if it was worth it to pop them.
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Old 01-09-2021, 01:54 AM #243
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Old 01-10-2021, 01:00 AM #244
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How did you guys like the Barney's Acapulco Gold, what were the effects like?

I have some AG I got from them and was wondering if it was worth it to pop them.
You can get this phenotype which is more to the AG side.Barney's AG seems to be Apple Pie from Reeferman.
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Old 01-10-2021, 02:10 AM #245
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You can get this phenotype which is more to the AG side.Barney's AG seems to be Apple Pie from Reeferman.
Thanks Curandero. I think I'll try running it

Btw, estas en Mexico? Yo ando por Guadalajara por el mayoridad del tiempo
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Growing AG in wintertime in SoCal?

Would it be a real bad idea to try to grow some landrace Acapulco Gold right now in the southern california winter?

Was thinking of sprouting some, and transplanting it outside in February. Doesn't go below freezing, but does get down sometimes to 5-10C (45F) at night, mainly 55F at night and 70F during the day though.

I think this year is going to be a dry year too, but typically rains some February through April.
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Would it be a real bad idea to try to grow some landrace Acapulco Gold right now in the southern california winter?

Was thinking of sprouting some, and transplanting it outside in February. Doesn't go below freezing, but does get down sometimes to 5-10C (45F) at night, mainly 55F at night and 70F during the day though.

I think this year is going to be a dry year too, but typically rains some February through April.
If you plant it in April or May, you can still get a 3 meter tree (I'm talking about the Mexican Acapulco Gold, like any equivalent landrace). I think I live 5 or 6 degrees to your North, and so do I.

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If you plant it in April or May, you can still get a 3 meter tree (I'm talking about the Mexican Acapulco Gold, like any equivalent landrace). I think I live 5 or 6 degrees to your North, and so do I.

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Thanks Montuno.

What about if I planted now? I don't mind smaller yields. Will be in 30 gallon and 3 gallon pots.

(Also growing in a residential backyard, any way to keep the plants under 1-2 meters?)
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