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Old 06-07-2018, 08:11 PM #131
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Hi Tangwena, I'm glad I found your journal. Now I'll go back and catch up.
Take some water and a good supply of spliffs, we'll see you in a few weeks!

Damn, Tangwena, those flowers are on another level. And sold me on the Panduras
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Take some water and a good supply of spliffs, we'll see you in a few weeks!

Damn, Tangwena, those flowers are on another level. And sold me on the Panduras
Me too brother I had the Panama and the Honduras cross growing side by side man they were both amazing.
Imagine them in a big scrog its almost to much to bear thinking of ha ha.
Get some Panama x Honduras man the high is outa sight cobbed.
You will get so pumped up and positive its my go to for a great time.
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Malawi x Ethiopia cob

The finished product after 6 weeks aging is dynamite. It knocks you for six.
Once your finish going up for 3 hours you get to a lovely tripped out plain and stay there for the next 4 to 5 hour.
Super clear and energetic but getting there is a mental re boot your not going anywhere for those first 3 hours because your not here.
Super potent with a sweet menthol aroma that screams" your going to love this ha ha"


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Greetings Tangwena!
Pray you are well and enjoying the cob season!!!
Wow! Your results sound fantastic! Good job I ordered myself some more of these as I had a feel of them being a winning combination. I have one fem in veg just topped and is doing well. Looking forward to tasting the sweetness and feeling her effects.
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Greetings Tangwena!
Pray you are well and enjoying the cob season!!!
Wow! Your results sound fantastic! Good job I ordered myself some more of these as I had a feel of them being a winning combination. I have one fem in veg just topped and is doing well. Looking forward to tasting the sweetness and feeling her effects.
Happy growing as always! ULMW
Wow you are lucky the fems will be something else. Dubi also said fems of the Panama x Honduras are coming to.
This Malawi x Ethiopia is powerful stuff its as strong as the GT cobbed.

Ace just keep churning out the good stuff I will never catch up, there is so much other stuff I would love to try.
I hope one day the law will allow us to try before we buy that would be the ultimate scene.
But from my experience you would love also the Panama x Honduras man its a very special up high and cobbed is pure bliss.
I cant wait to grow it again next grow its my current favorite high.
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Rep from the cob master. Tnx meng
I finally got a system that keeps enough weed around to medicate AND have some to cure.. about to ramp up production on my most medically useful strains including GT and Zam so I'm getting excited to try cobbing when there's enough to spare. Also about to start playing around with Banghi/Ethiopian and Guatemala/Zam x Zam13 (super resinous s-1 that I had). Going to cob those too ... dying to actually.

I'll hit your cob thread with it when I do.
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Hey Tang I think I have similar pheno of GT to yours... if u don't mind me asking how big was your rootball (or maybe stem thickness is a better metric)when you flipped to flower? I think because I keep running out of herb I haven't done a good enough job letting roots grow into my soil box after transplant from little 6inch square pots. Usually only a week or two before I flip.

As a result I tend to have less chunky buds I think... yours are twice as fat as mine get unless I let her veg longer.... maybe mines just skinnier...
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Hey Tang I think I have similar pheno of GT to yours... if u don't mind me asking how big was your rootball (or maybe stem thickness is a better metric)when you flipped to flower? I think because I keep running out of herb I haven't done a good enough job letting roots grow into my soil box after transplant from little 6inch square pots. Usually only a week or two before I flip.

As a result I tend to have less chunky buds I think... yours are twice as fat as mine get unless I let her veg longer.... maybe mines just skinnier...
Thanks for looking in on my last grow.
I have a new grow of the 3rd style of Golden Tiger from the R&D section plus Panama x Honduras AGAIN!

I cant get enough of it and I am worried my supply will run out before i get some more ha ha.
They haven't started flowering yet but once they do I will start a diary I am so excited to grow these 2 the new GT and P x H are all growing well and should show sex soon fingers crossed.


I have a very small grow cabinet 1200 x 1200 x 1000mm
Thats about 3 feet of available height! So I am forced to grow them on 12/12 from day one no vedging at all.
The leggy ones I just bend to make them fit. The only thing I do is feed sparingly until they start flowering to reduce their height.
Once the buds start forming I feed them higher levels slowly to encourage the flowers.
Then taper off feeding the last 4 weeks until they are on water only.
The 2 weeks before harvest they dont get any water at all to dry out the roots.
Everything I do I learn't here from master growers on IC in particular Terpene he is worth reading.


To pump up the flowers just feed them when they start developing its what they are after you can feel its what they want.
If you ferment (cob) your buds and chew small amounts instead of smoking them even the smallest harvest will last you years.
i have cobs that are 4 years old from harvests that were only 2 or 3 ounces its more than enough to last a year.


If you have 4 or 5 plants and make a couple of cobs from each that would last me 2 or 3 years ha ha. I have to give some away each year or I wouldn't have to grow again for years!
My next grow I have 4 different strains 2 from Ace and 1 from a good friend and one of my own making.
The cobs from this lot will see me right for the next 5 years if I dont give some away.
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Ha so right! I totally got the feed me bug from latest run... I put a lot more bonemeal and fishbone in than usual for first two topdressings and just threw down some really fine fishbone that has slightly higher N than other type.

I'm finding that the purchase of a box of borax was a good idea... I throw a pinch or two into my 55gallon water res and it's been best run yet as far as minor deficiencies thru stretch. She didn't eat ANY of her large fans for nitrogen and there was none of the usual slight mag def.. mind you I also started fish hydrolysate and yarrow FPE this run too but only after I saw that they were handling everything else with aplomb.

This might be heaviest I've ever fed this girl actually so maybe I'll prove myself wrong on having skinny buds. Not that they were anemic before I just can't get chonkers like you and madmac... yet.

I also pay attention to Terp... he's my unofficial guru on sativa harvesting times and I've taken the screw in LED thing to stupid lengths... I'm planning to start a thread soon on it but I'm building a light fixture to go into a freezer/grow cabinet. Panel is 45 LED lights wired in series and will be installed to lid of freezer. Should be a pretty sweet little SOG box when it's ready.

Panduras sounds pretty awesome... I can't decide on next seed order and I'm kinda not letting myself buy more seed until I expand my space enough to make sure I use it.

Hey I did the conversion and your cab is barely bigger than mine (200mm wider each way) and I only have about 1 meter from dirt to light so that's a funny coincidence.. I'm loving the descriptions of chewed cob. The first time I made BHO oil with Zam I made the mistake of just eating a gob of it off the knife I used to scrape it out of the pan. Whoa. F*ck me gently sideways. Waaayyy strong. I wound up catatonic in my fathers office chair staring at the sunshine dappled into the room through the leaves of a willow tree.
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Ha so right! I totally got the feed me bug from latest run... I put a lot more bonemeal and fishbone in than usual for first two topdressings and just threw down some really fine fishbone that has slightly higher N than other type.

I'm finding that the purchase of a box of borax was a good idea... I throw a pinch or two into my 55gallon water res and it's been best run yet as far as minor deficiencies thru stretch. She didn't eat ANY of her large fans for nitrogen and there was none of the usual slight mag def.. mind you I also started fish hydrolysate and yarrow FPE this run too but only after I saw that they were handling everything else with aplomb.

This might be heaviest I've ever fed this girl actually so maybe I'll prove myself wrong on having skinny buds. Not that they were anemic before I just can't get chonkers like you and madmac... yet.

I also pay attention to Terp... he's my unofficial guru on sativa harvesting times and I've taken the screw in LED thing to stupid lengths... I'm planning to start a thread soon on it but I'm building a light fixture to go into a freezer/grow cabinet. Panel is 45 LED lights wired in series and will be installed to lid of freezer. Should be a pretty sweet little SOG box when it's ready.

Panduras sounds pretty awesome... I can't decide on next seed order and I'm kinda not letting myself buy more seed until I expand my space enough to make sure I use it.

Hey I did the conversion and your cab is barely bigger than mine (200mm wider each way) and I only have about 1 meter from dirt to light so that's a funny coincidence.. I'm loving the descriptions of chewed cob. The first time I made BHO oil with Zam I made the mistake of just eating a gob of it off the knife I used to scrape it out of the pan. Whoa. F*ck me gently sideways. Waaayyy strong. I wound up catatonic in my fathers office chair staring at the sunshine dappled into the room through the leaves of a willow tree.
Yes oil is way to hard to dose right its always too much ha ha.
I grow small but the cure makes my doses use 1/10 gram increments chewed half a gram is starting to get really high so ounces last forever ha ha.
You dont need a huge harvest just quality bud and you get so high its unbelievable.
Every plant is unique every cure is unique every trip is out of this world its a very addictive vice.
In the future there will be a special place for people who cob and chew the cobbed bud its called nirvana.
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