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Old 12-04-2018, 11:18 PM #4321
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I'd definitely be getting in line for those types of genetics, right up my alley. I've got some Zapotec (Colombian Santa Marta x Oaxacan gold) and original delicatessen's First Lady (early Mexican selection from Robert C. Clarke) waiting in the wings next year, but I'd ignore both if that zacatecas or Big Sur Holy was within reach.

I've even considered grabbing SAGE or Satori to try and grasp some of that BSHW magic.
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Old 12-05-2018, 03:06 AM #4322
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Thanks Maha Kala. Its been a blast to grow out another very long flowering variety, especially one that looks as nice as this girl. Got a clone of her already in flowering, as well as another one in veg. Gonna get real acquainted with this girl.


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Smoke report please!!! I've been always interested in Papua New Guinea flowers.

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Since your so keen on PNG, Ill make sure to share some finished budshots of that girl here. I imagine a few others wouldn't mind either.



Plan on curing the main cola for 1-3 months and sample it at the 1,2,3 month intervals and see how she performs. Early impressions are very good though. I smoked some last night as I was preparing my photos and thread updates, and it was quite difficult to finish my task. The high was very spacey-delirium. I felt like I had taken several sleeping pills, but without the sleepy effects. I was in a delirious state where I would space out constantly. Either lost in thought, or Id lose myself in the music I had playing. Id tune in from wherever I was, make a bit of progress on my posts, or photos, then Id disappear again for a bit. Probably not a day starter that one, but when you need to unwind...


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That takes some great skills to pull off.

Thanks alot Vermontman. Ive drooled over plenty of pictures you've posted, so it means alot coming from you. The plant pictured had only a one gallon container her whole life. Decided to up the ante, and flower the clone of her in a 1/2 gallon container. We will see how that works out for a 150-160 day flowering plant.
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Old 12-05-2018, 05:11 AM #4323
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Its funny you said that if these work out with any kind of genetic desirable back bone, I was thinking of running that as a homage to Zacatecas line for distribution.
Sign me up! I'd snatch up a pack or two in a second. I already have more seeds than I could grow out in a decade, but a purple zacatecas back cross would move right up near the front of the cue.
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Old 12-05-2018, 07:39 AM #4324
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More hybrid than pure sativa. It has the turn-on rush of sour d, but puts you in a proper haze after. Smell is lovely haze and lemon. She's our current favorite, I'd put her up against anything for quality, yield is shit though. Needs some dialing in, took us a few grows to figure out how to get her going proper and she needs tons of support in the last 2 weeks flower.

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It's still not official, but few days ago our government has announced they decided to legalise recreational cannabis!!


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Old 12-05-2018, 11:43 PM #4326
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Seedsman sold me some Afghani #1 seeds but the seeds definitely weren't Afghani #1. They were suppose to finish by the middle of September, didn't start to flower until the end of September. Never thought I'd be harvesting outdoor in December this far north.







Smell is trademark long flowering sativa, overripe tropical fruit. She's been sopping wet for the last two months, there was a big chunk of mold near the top infecting a couple flowers. The resin glands are small and not very sticky. The storm damage is obvious, the yield will be small and leafy. She's been consistently 12-0 degrees C for the last month and a half.

The ground is frozen solid but she's getting her first sun in a couple weeks. I've started taking her down probably finish before the rain starts up again. Surprised she isn't showing ill effects from the frost yet. I'd say her ability to weather the cold and wet is impressive but she isn't in the best of shape. Wish I'd had room to move her indoors in October.

Any guesses as to where she's from? The purple may be cold activated she could be green in her natural environment. My friend who knows his Thai stick said Thai. Sounds about right I'm thinking SE Asian from the smell and leafy flowers. I suppose Indian is a possibility.
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Old 12-06-2018, 07:56 PM #4328
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Seedsman sold me some Afghani #1 seeds but the seeds definitely weren't Afghani #1. They were suppose to finish by the middle of September, didn't start to flower until the end of September. Never thought I'd be harvesting outdoor in December this far north.

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Smell is trademark long flowering sativa, overripe tropical fruit. She's been sopping wet for the last two months, there was a big chunk of mold near the top infecting a couple flowers. The resin glands are small and not very sticky. The storm damage is obvious, the yield will be small and leafy. She's been consistently 12-0 degrees C for the last month and a half.

The ground is frozen solid but she's getting her first sun in a couple weeks. I've started taking her down probably finish before the rain starts up again. Surprised she isn't showing ill effects from the frost yet. I'd say her ability to weather the cold and wet is impressive but she isn't in the best of shape. Wish I'd had room to move her indoors in October.

Any guesses as to where she's from? The purple may be cold activated she could be green in her natural environment. My friend who knows his Thai stick said Thai. Sounds about right I'm thinking SE Asian from the smell and leafy flowers. I suppose Indian is a possibility.

I would guess by the shape of the Calyx and the overall appearance of the plant and time frame of bud formation, I would guess heavy on the Mexican Sativa side.
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Smell is trademark long flowering sativa, overripe tropical fruit. She's been sopping wet for the last two months, there was a big chunk of mold near the top infecting a couple flowers. The resin glands are small and not very sticky. The storm damage is obvious, the yield will be small and leafy. She's been consistently 12-0 degrees C for the last month and a half.

The ground is frozen solid but she's getting her first sun in a couple weeks. I've started taking her down probably finish before the rain starts up again. Surprised she isn't showing ill effects from the frost yet. I'd say her ability to weather the cold and wet is impressive but she isn't in the best of shape. Wish I'd had room to move her indoors in October.

Any guesses as to where she's from? The purple may be cold activated she could be green in her natural environment. My friend who knows his Thai stick said Thai. Sounds about right I'm thinking SE Asian from the smell and leafy flowers. I suppose Indian is a possibility.

Maybe its Mama thai with wrong label..... But for sure its a beauty plant!
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