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Old 04-13-2015, 06:45 PM #11
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nothing!?

May be prepping for 420AD..
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alright, i'll try another tact.. can anyone provide possible variations of lemoncello (SKxSK S1) there might be? is other breeders 'sweet skunk' the same?

I have two that do not look exactly the same.
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one of ICmag locals (well at least he was a member) 'Disciple' (where did you go?) put me on to Lemon Cello. He said I'd be impressed, from elite Canadian clone.. just received them recently but will have a hard time getting it into the rotation til maybe Christmas time.. went back to that seed bank and they are sold out.

I have not seen 1 report (except this one.. with no pics) but they are sold out... good reputation is my only guess... anyone have any pics, reports or more information on this strain???
https://www.hightimes.com/read/grow-canada-sweet-skunk

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alright, i'll try another tact.. can anyone provide possible variations of lemoncello (SKxSK S1) there might be? is other breeders 'sweet skunk' the same?

I have two that do not look exactly the same.
It's a selfed version of a clone. There's going to be different phenotypes, but most of the offspring will be pretty close to the original.
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It's a selfed version of a clone. There's going to be different phenotypes, but most of the offspring will be pretty close to the original.
thanks for the info, WN.. HT gives standard 'outline'. grow reports aren't many or any.. yet HD sold out of them quickly. I sprouted two.. they look the same but different..
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Old 05-06-2015, 01:49 AM #15
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Hey snook..

I'm afraid I don't have any experience growing this, but then again, few do.. Federation Seed bank had a line of the sweet skunk like many others which was reputed to be ok to pretty good. No seed line has really ever captured the clone though (for obvious reasons).. Legends sold a sweet skunk S1 way back for a ridiculous price and I don't think many grew it back then either... All hybrids using the Sweet Skunk cut as mother have come out amazingly. Dolce sativa and others are a good testament to that..

I think you're just going to have to grow them and see. Suffice to say, as echoed by Chimera, the Sweet Skunk has no skunk in it, it's a Haze variant..

Good luck with them...
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Yeah, there's not a lot of hard info and pics. I'm running one now, windowbox style, and it looked like #2 when it was younger, fwiw. It looks almost like a Thai now, except without the droopy leaves.
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Hey snook..

I'm afraid I don't have any experience growing this, but then again, few do.. Federation Seed bank had a line of the sweet skunk like many others which was reputed to be ok to pretty good. No seed line has really ever captured the clone though (for obvious reasons).. Legends sold a sweet skunk S1 way back for a ridiculous price and I don't think many grew it back then either... All hybrids using the Sweet Skunk cut as mother have come out amazingly. Dolce sativa and others are a good testament to that..

I think you're just going to have to grow them and see. Suffice to say, as echoed by Chimera, the Sweet Skunk has no skunk in it, it's a Haze variant..

Good luck with them...
Yer killin me,,, Everything written is positive but all pretty much canned 'propaganda' and right, not much first hand.. I pretty much have the next run planned... this sux. but thanks for the information... and the OP not chiming in isn't encouraging...
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I'm growing these out too, from what I've seen this is spot on advice

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Don't get me wrong snook..

The Sweet Skunk S1 will probably blow everything else out of the water in terms of potency. I recently gave a pack of the federation seed line to friend and it was very very potent! And that wasn't even an S1.. Why do you think Chi uses it in so many hybrids? It's killer!

Grow em out and see....
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I have a wonderfull plant from the hashplant X Sweet skunk cross.All i know is it has a great lemon,fizzy,hazey taste.The high is where she really shines so bright,euphoric and very social. By far my fav day time,creative weed.Truly a unique buzz that everyone just loves...
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