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Old 07-15-2018, 07:21 PM #1621
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Nice update man ! They all look so good. I would agree Ocean Forest is way too hot for them. Happy Frog on it's own would prolly be a little much for them. Plain water for sure. Those crispy leaf tips are a good indication they are getting too much food.

Which is totally understandable, it's a huge difference growing these compared to most modern stuff. When I run NLD's, usually I feed about once per week, or if the plant is telling me it needs a little food. I've fried my fair share of plants, so I recognize the signs.
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Wheee at last I got me a girl! Just as I was thinking this OTH was too reticent to show punani hairs, there it was this morning clandestinely producing one or two...so tiny I had to look through a magnifying glass...

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hey guys, i just wanted to say thanks again for all the fast replys. today at the 14 week mark i decided to retire my little seeded clones and the bigger plant i had from seed. today marked the 10 week mark from pollination and i have been picking some healthy seeds out of the buds but i have also been picking a bunch of seeds that look mature but crack under a little pressure between the fingers. i feel like regardless of how much longer i let them go i feel like due to their size, pot size, and the insufficent lighting from the t5 that the plants didnt have enough energy to make every seed a winner and im ok with this. i have about 40 seeds or so collectively that i have been picking out but won't know the final count until i let everything properly dry and sift through the plant material, but on that note I'd like to share some more photos( forgive, they arent the best) and experiences ive had with these plants. I also want to thank dubi because this is a truly special variety to have in the collection and the amount of patience, and love it goes into growing and making seeds from these plants is a true test of ones discipline, and the fact they are available in pure form and at such a reasonable price is a true sign as to how much of a stand out guy dubi and the ace crew really are. so once again thanks so much for giving me the chance to go on this odyssey because thats certainly what it felt like lol.
Hi youngbuck1986,

Glad you have had the chance to produce your own haze seeds from our Oldtimer's Haze. As you have experienced, it takes lot of time, space and resources to reproduce these extreme tropical sativas, glad you appreciate the effort behind the very long flowering sativa releases.

Your Oldtimer's Haze have shown wider leaves than i would expect, especially in their first stages of life. When did you purchase your seeds ?

Hope you found parental plants of your taste and that you produced enough seeds of each to be able to continue exploring their offspring.
The Purple Haze pheno you had looks really interesting!
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Many people commented that you must use haze plant as a father to create best haze lines or hybrids but this statement has no logic for me, there are no special haze traits linked to one or other sex, it's plant selection and not sex selection.
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siblings vegging away, mould free, pest free as of yet...the one on the left's been topped thrice...didn't want any inferiority syndrom with the smaller one...

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Hi orfeas,

Glad your Oldtimer's Hazes are growing so far without any problem .
Did you consider to plant them directly in soil ? They would explode for the flowering!
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Glad your Oldtimer's Hazes are growing so far without any problem .
Did you consider to plant them directly in soil ? They would explode for the flowering!
I'd be lying if I said hadn't considered the scheme...yet you wouldn't rub salt on my wound for the height restriction is what's holding me back...however I might as well shove one in the ground and observe the difference...either way this is just an experimental OTH grow to see how it copes in my neck of woods...

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