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Old 07-10-2007, 10:24 PM #21
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Gunnarguchi, fresh nepalese jam are finishing to mature as we speak. Nepalese Jam has been out of stock almost for a year, we did a small nepalese highland limited distribution this season, but new nepalese jam should be available in about 3 months. Thanks for the interest! dubi
That sounds really nice.
I love satiavs and especially those who are early and suited for my country for outdoor grow.

Im looking forward to breed them indoor this winter and also make some crosses with them.
If i have seeds ready in the fall i could veg them indoor for 2 month or so and then put them outdoor in the fall.
Im sure they would be some awesome plants at the end of next harvest.

Also i think its perfect for my enviroment here in Denmark and maybe also suited for some crosses with early Danish strains as Leb27, Danish Passion etc.

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Old 07-21-2007, 03:55 PM #22
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lokking very much forward to ad the nepalese jam to my seed collection and almost waiting in vain.

Dubi or others, could you post some more pictures of this nice lady?
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Hello Gunnarguchi!

Very few nepalese jam have been available here at Seedbay, but many uk growers are very familiarized with the line, they are producing their own F2, F3 Nepalese Jam and their own NJ crosses ... we are loving that growers are enjoying and working with the line.

Nepalese Jam is going to be available in Seedbay very soon. New Nepalese Jam seeds are the original Nepal Jam F1 hybrid backcrossed to the nepalese highland line, that's it:

Nepalese/Jamaica 85 X Nepalese

A typical NJ vegging outdoors and old catalogue NJ pic.






Will try to find more pics later. Thanks a lot for the interest! dubi
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lookin' sweet dubi..............

whats avg. flowering time outdoors-full sun.....?
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lookin' sweet dubi..............

whats avg. flowering time outdoors-full sun.....?
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NEPALESE JAM

GENETICS: Nepalese X Jamaica ’85. 100% Sativa


Nepalese is a strong and compact highland sativa with fast flowering and good resistance to cold climates. Its dense and resinous flowers produce a first class hash. The Nepalese female was pollinated with a Jamaican male to increase vigour and yield, maintaining the Nepalese sativa behaviour.


STRUCTURE: small- medium size. Columnar growing. Ideal for small grows.
BOUQUET: Intense and seductive woody fruit aroma.
POTENCY: Its clean and intense high lasts hours and hours.
FLOWERING: End September/early October.
PRODUCTION / M2: High
GROW TYPE: Indoor/Outdoor, ideal for warm and cold climates.
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Dubi do you have any recent pics from the current NJ grow you could post to all of us who waits?
also is there other places than the 3 places shown above where one could purchase aceseeds?
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Dubi do you have any recent pics from the current NJ grow you could post to all of us who waits?
also is there other places than the 3 places shown above where one could purchase aceseeds?
sorry for the delay in the reply Gunnarguchi,

the original Nepalese highland x Jamaican 85 F1 hybrid was produced and distributed in a limited supply. Most Nepalese Jam F1 packs went to UK, they have been growing and enjoying the strain for 2-3 years, producing their own hybrids like nepalese jam x orient express and f2 and f3 nepalese jam seeds, which is very positive.

We have backcrossed the original F1 Nepalese Jam again to the nepalese line to produce the new NJ version, this time not in a short supply. Seedbay will have available a few packs in the next days.

Here are some nepalese jam pics donated by uk growers (many thanks!).

Nepalese jam f2, seeds produced by uk growers from Nepalese Jam F1 hybrid.

Vegging ....




starting to flower ...









mid flowering ...



passing mid flowering ...









maturing ....








finished ...








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nepalese jam f3 seeds derived from past f2 seeds.

grown also indoors by another uk grower, 4 1/2 weeks flowering


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