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Old 12-06-2019, 10:07 PM #1
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KUMAONI RSC

Kumaoni landrace,the real seed company
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Old 12-10-2019, 12:28 AM #2
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Good luck. I popped a few Johaar recently. These Himalayan Landrace genes are special.
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Kumaoni produces massive leaves:


Hard to tell from these photos, but resin production in Kumaoni is high for a landrace. I tried the rosin from one Kumaoni individual many months back and it was unusually very strong! The rosin from other Kumaoni plants were moderate in potency:




There are definitely purple individuals in the population, but most of the ones I had were green. Color seems to show up when it gets cold:



Kumaoni x malana, this offspring is superior to both parents in terms of resin production and yield. aroma on this individual is 100% like Kumaoni: very spicy. was hoping for malana to dominate the flavor but maybe that'll happen with another seedling from the same cross. Haven't tried it yet, so no comment on effects:
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Old 12-12-2019, 01:07 AM #4
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Old 12-12-2019, 01:09 AM #5
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Kumaoni produces massive leaves:
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Hard to tell from these photos, but resin production in Kumaoni is high for a landrace. I tried the rosin from one Kumaoni individual many months back and it was unusually very strong! The rosin from other Kumaoni plants were moderate in potency:
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There are definitely purple individuals in the population, but most of the ones I had were green. Color seems to show up when it gets cold:
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Kumaoni x malana, this offspring is superior to both parents in terms of resin production and yield. aroma on this individual is 100% like Kumaoni: very spicy. was hoping for malana to dominate the flavor but maybe that'll happen with another seedling from the same cross. Haven't tried it yet, so no comment on effects:
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Very nice plants. How about the terpenes in the rosin?
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Old 12-12-2019, 01:13 AM #6
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Good luck. I popped a few Johaar recently. These Himalayan Landrace genes are special.

thanks juda, the johaar also came to me, it would be interesting to see pictures of them
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Old 12-12-2019, 07:31 PM #7
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shortly://i test only my seeds//
climate- 12w per plant, 1,5litre earth per plant,
vegetation:kumaony crosses 2weeks, 1 week mínus hour every day

exceptionalities:

kumaoni-ghana- strong spicy grape taste, best potency, much easier than ghana to grow, low smell //carrot//big round top buds, some yiellow red colors,

kumaoni-mandala1- nice fruity minty taste, long and also big buds, green pheno
kumaoni-robocrop- smallest buds but very thick, some brown colors
kumaoni-auto euphoria- longest but slim buds, highest calyx to leaf //all crosses are high// very good skunky taste



all highs are good clear relaxing but same time stimulating and happy //christmas feelings//, lucidity,little stoney, with kumaoni/euphoria most energetic and smelly

all have low smell /without euphoria cross//

flowering peaks 8-12-16 weeks on all, 1g/w with 8weeks, 2g/w with 12-16weeks


to me it looks like whenever you harvest the high is the same, only taste is better also yield, i must cross it again to more compact
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Old 12-14-2019, 11:31 PM #8
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Nice! I’ve been growing a few of my kumaoni seeds just to test them out, so far every one has popped and turned into a healthy, fast growing plant. And that’s indoors! The fast growth and long node spacing makes them hard to wrangle but I’m used to Thais and Africans so it’s no big deal to me. I love the leaves on the kumaon, some phenos are wide leaved as seedlings and all retain those massive somewhat fat long fingered leaves. I plan on making a few lines from this, one I’ll breed just for resin production and good hash only using the best suited individuals. Another I’ll just open pollinate and only remove negative traits, to keep the diversity there. And then I’m considering reproducing only purple individuals (if they end up having good potency/stone for a hash landrace at least) and trying to stabilize a purple kumaoni line. Keep us posted on your experience with it! I’ve got 36 johaar seeds too that’ll be a fun pheno hunt. I only have about 24 kumaon but should be able to find some good genetics in there from what I see of your plants.
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Nice! I’ve been growing a few of my kumaoni seeds just to test them out, so far every one has popped and turned into a healthy, fast growing plant. And that’s indoors! The fast growth and long node spacing makes them hard to wrangle but I’m used to Thais and Africans so it’s no big deal to me. I love the leaves on the kumaon, some phenos are wide leaved as seedlings and all retain those massive somewhat fat long fingered leaves. I plan on making a few lines from this, one I’ll breed just for resin production and good hash only using the best suited individuals. Another I’ll just open pollinate and only remove negative traits, to keep the diversity there. And then I’m considering reproducing only purple individuals (if they end up having good potency/stone for a hash landrace at least) and trying to stabilize a purple kumaoni line. Keep us posted on your experience with it! I’ve got 36 johaar seeds too that’ll be a fun pheno hunt. I only have about 24 kumaon but should be able to find some good genetics in there from what I see of your plants.
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I have kumaoni, johaar, malana , Murree and about 30 rasoli some from RSC and some from another source.
I'm thinking of running the Rasoli first, then watching for issues and using the others as outcrosses if I get into trouble genetically.
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the smallest and the only one that went to pot, the other 8 outdoors
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