Man that looks SOooo tasty. I looked at Seed Boutique and didn't see any 4 sale.
are they discontinued?
Would love to get um, and I have 10 foot ceilings, so She could stretch her legs a little.
Im drooling just thinking about Her.
I think tropical sativas really, really need intense lighting to do their best. It's just the way they are, genetically, & combined with the inverse square law, their tallish growth compounds the issue. Long flowering characteristics also mean they may not get much resin production until later on.
I may need to blow a kiss to my 1000w dual arc lamp. She's a honey, and a hard worker, too.
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well i did read this info on the dp website before buying the seeds, but i ignored it.
Plenty of light.
The Doc underlined that his grow room was illuminated by the heavy light amount of 1,600 watts and that this was a one of his guarantees for bringing about such a high yield. Without a doubt, Mekong High requires plenty of light for producing such tremendous amounts of flowers.
It,s a greenhouse plant needs lots of light and little feeding like a haze and in Cali it is 95 during the day and 45 at night , this temperature variance, flushing and an extra 10 days I'm sure will give density, color to the budding and depth to a clear south east asian high , the best old school high is clear then creeper then psychedelic .
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