I'm thinking of a guerrilla operation high in the Alps and was wondering how they would do at this latitude(47N, 1600-1900m above sea level).
The MalanaCream and NandaDevi should finish in october in the Himalayas, but on this latitude probably in november, just when the first snow arrives.
Any info is greatly appreciated!
Last edited by Raco; 10-19-2013 at 05:47 PM..
I tryed few lines from RSC.Always recived what I ordered.
Im not sure if you'll have any luck growing these lines 47N.I did one run with Parvati few years back 46N.I was only able to harvest seeds in the middle of november.
I think you wont bE able to grow pure lines up there.did you check out konopenko's grow in ace forum?he did some nice grows in the alps.
otherwise I would sugest you to run strains that end by the end of september for your part of country.Did you try bushman ciskei?this pure sativa could work for you as she has some nice and fast phenos.
Real seeds are legit,
Ive tried most of their himalayan lines and mostly they are too late for me (at above 50N), but have fantastic vigor and hardiness.
The Sinai strain seems to be earlier but probably not the best for swiss alps, very different place compared to its lowland desert home.
I have nothing but good to say about RSC, I grew their nepalese a few years back, it's the base of the cross I've been growing for the past few years, you can see pictures in my albums and old forum gallery.
unlike other 'landrace hunters' they actually sell the seeds they collect.
I grew the nepalese at 45n it finished around mid-late october, this was an indica pheno, the others phenos were wild and more sativa leaning and none finished before the hard frosts hit mid to late october.
the earliest plant RSC had were the lebanese, unfortunately they do not carry them anymore but there's always a chance they will, you could make your own seeds with pollen from their Himalayan lines..
I had plans to make a guerilla plant myself with my nch #2 and the lebanese seeds I have.. if I had more room it would already exist.