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Old 02-09-2018, 11:59 AM #91
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What I've found in Mextizas is their intoxicating honey-lime stink. I remember that mexican landraces are usually defined as lemony.
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Old 02-09-2018, 07:29 PM #92
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Very good Carraxe!! Nice cross and good selection when I see a silvery blue bud ,in this case Ghana, I'm sure that will be a blast dope
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Some pictures of the Senegal Black plants. After near 6 weeks 12/12, they are showing their real shape.

They grow with an original plant structure. Most of the plants have the flower bunches growing in the top of stems, what makes the buds look totally different to what I usually grow. Flower size, as trichome size, can be enormous in these plants. Nothing to do with the very very little trichomes the Ghana show.

These are two any plants, the easiest to take out of the tent. The first picture is one of the tops of the left plant. The original one is the right one.



Left plant. Quite usual bud formation and flower size.


The top of the plant at the right side.




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Old 02-15-2018, 08:23 PM #94
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Senegal Black crossed with Angola Red. The mixed genetics made the results different. Lovely plants.



The left plant is more manageable and more resinous. I suppose the hybrid genetics are more present in the Angola Red strain.

The plant in the right looks more like the Senegal.



The good part starts now. I guess that now they will start maturing relatively soon, but I don't really know.

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Hi Carraxe,
lovely plants, the Senegal Black is especially interesting with its flower structure(right side plant), looks quite alien to me
Looking forward to further development.

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I've just started curing the Ghana plants I discarded. The smell once they were dried is very spicy, wild, really different. Production is very low since I cut them prematurely, at about 11 weeks, but they are resinous and smelly and I think I'm going to get a high out of them. I'll just have to use a lot

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First seeds from a Ghana cross. The female was a Mextiza x Jack Herer. I think the seeds in Mextiza plants got lost, they look still inmature after 7 weeks. But these look good.

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i grew the "vibes" ghana several times..
it grew well for a stretchy long flower sativa..
had that grassy/spicy smell..a fair bit of resin..
it did not make me want to delve further..
......so many out there to test
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i grew the "vibes" ghana several times..
it grew well for a stretchy long flower sativa..
had that grassy/spicy smell..a fair bit of resin..
it did not make me want to delve further..
......so many out there to test

Yes, plenty of weeds to grow and test. But I think this Ghanaians offer a nice African landrace experience and they only take about 16 weeks. Easy to grow, faster than American landraces, and very different.

In that field there aren't that many good herbs to test.

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Some pics of one of the Angola Senegal females. This is the fastest one, that is more compact as well. In 9 weeks she'll be ready, nothing to do with the Senegal plants, that are quite slow, and most of them are growing foxtails. Pictures later.



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