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Old 11-26-2016, 01:40 AM #31
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Old 12-03-2016, 02:08 PM #32
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I kept a cut from the couple of females I grew out,she stretched 2-3 times the original height,the least of the the SS crosses I grew,very manageable for vertically challenged gardens.She smokes great a little heavy,couchy..not real motivational (for me anyways)The taste is very,very citrus (ripe grapefruit)zesty..she leaves a distinct odour in the air,I always notice when re-entering the garage after a session.I did mention her in one of my recent posts ( the Gf X SS,Lemon floss thread)Hope that helps a little..
I think we might have the same pheno knuckles! I just smoked my gf leaning citra paradiso and it is exactly as you described it. Really nice, strong, and tasty. Very pleasant grapefruit tasting smoke with a high the creeps all over the body and relaxes into a nice chill. I hear the motivation part 100%, gf leaning phenos of the gfxss are some very chill herb. Mine was done in 9 weeks I'd say. I do want to point out that it seems this plant does not autoflower when rootbound, stabilizing what can be a frustrating property that can be passed down from the gf. Got another pheno coming down the line, so we'll see how she differs! Thanks for this really nice smoke Chi! I'll be keeping this one around for a while!
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Old 08-23-2017, 08:00 AM #33
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Anyone run this outdoors, I'm in Oregon. It's Aug 22 and not seeing much flowering. I'm worried they will not finish before the rains come. Any feedback would be appreciated on growing outdoors.
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Old 08-23-2017, 09:28 AM #34
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I got one outside . Its not showing much in the way of flowering , if anything its just starting . I have a chimera gsc s1 next to it that is a couple weeks ahead . Probably looking to finish late October is my guess if not longer .
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Old 09-07-2017, 09:26 PM #35
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Just got some of these with my order, super excited to run them. Gonna be a fruity and flavorsome Fall and Wonderful Winter! Thanks Breeders Retail and Chimera. Am very ,very Happy.
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I have a couple in a pot outdoors. Was going to put them in the ground but was a little concerned about finishing. So I doubled them up in a small pot so I can move if the weather turns south. Had to keep them small but they stretched quite a bit, lol. Fortunately I topped them earlier. I know I’m not going to get much yield but hopefully will get a taste. They started flowering about weeks 2 ago, ~40N.
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Old 09-20-2017, 05:24 AM #37
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Old 09-20-2017, 07:24 AM #38
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Greetings Chappi,
Just popped one the other day..Keeping a journal on her. Got 5 Chimera strains running. Will post pictures soon. All I see so far is superb germination speed and amazing vigor in seedling. Really looking forward to growing her out fully.
Hope you enjoy yours too.
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Old 09-21-2017, 09:06 AM #39
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Greetings young Lady Citra Paradiso! Happy growing!
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Old 09-21-2017, 10:49 PM #40
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