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Old 06-23-2020, 09:55 AM #601
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She looks great from the pic but like you said we cant have a winner every time from seed.

Defo looks more sd leaning than my SSSDH cut

I believe flowery fields did have my cut many years ago but i guess not any more.
Im going to start working on my SSSDH cut again
for some big projects as in my opinion my SSSDH cut is 1 of the best Haze cuts we have ever seen
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But even the best strains occasionally produce phenos that ain't worthy keeping around.
Even if she turns out to be a bummer, I will peobably play around with her breeding wise and search for something worth keeping in her progeny
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She looks great from the pic but like you said we cant have a winner every time from seed.

Defo looks more sd leaning than my SSSDH cut

I believe flowery fields did have my cut many years ago but i guess not any more.
Im going to start working on my SSSDH cut again
for some big projects as in my opinion my SSSDH cut is 1 of the best Haze cuts we have ever seen
Hey, thanks for checking in, OJD!

Yeah, it's definitely different from your cut, as there's not a hint of 'hazyness' to be found on her! Which is actually not a bad thing in my books, as I have plenty of haze-hybrids going, yet I still lack a decent sour plant in my garden. However, your cut really seems to be something special, considering all the fuzz people make about it - wellp, maybe one day
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A couple of my grove plants of SSSDH from seed.

SSSDH #1



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#2 has the longer fingers leaning more haze in stretch. #1 has shorter more compact and darker SD like leaves.

I’ve got a cut of SSSDH #3 that’s going into another location this summer.
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Couple days later in the full light. #1



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Not as much direct sun in this grove as I’d like. Positioning I’ll have to take into account years forward. They are still looking great and are being grown elsewhere, so multiple looks.
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Looking good bro
1 day i hope to be able to do some plants outdoors or even a whole field, ive definitely got enough seed for a field
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Looking good bro
1 day i hope to be able to do some plants outdoors or even a whole field, ive definitely got enough seed for a field
That will be the day, ojd.
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