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Old 05-14-2019, 04:12 AM #11
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Luang Prabang Lao Sativa

gypsy still has packs of these........

https://www.realgorillaseeds.com/pro...ng-lao-sativa/

I know 'green' grew the bodhi acapulco gold with fantastic results and rsc highland Thai

I think hes on the hawaiian islands

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That’s awesome, thanks for the link! I’d love to grow some Laotian. Highland Thai or Cambodian would be great too! I’ve grown
Reeferman’s Black Willie (Nepalese x Vietnamese Black) x Vietnamese Black as well as a cutting of a World of Seeds Ko Chang Thai, but not as much experience as I’d like with SEAsian strains.
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Yeah, thats a big move even if you are on the coast....Aloha!

rsc still has the thai.....

https://www.seedsman.com/en/cannabis...l-seed-company

.....Another good one for tropical environment kerela for sure

Catch up with snowhigh on IG for some hawaiian strains and other extreme sativas
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Old 05-14-2019, 06:05 AM #13
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Yeah, thats a big move even if you are on the coast....Aloha!

rsc still has the thai.....

https://www.seedsman.com/en/cannabis...l-seed-company

.....Another good one for tropical environment kerela for sure

Catch up with snowhigh on IG for some hawaiian strains and other extreme sativas
Thanks for the link on the RSC Highland Thai! Kerala was on my mind too, I might have to grab some of those. I’m looking forward to growing some outdoor Hawaiian herb
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We have all the typical cannabis pests here....root aphids, root mealybugs, russets, broads, etc. Your biggest issue will mostly be the high humidity, but the west side of any island will be drier than the east.

If you have a greenhouse with some fans you can pretty much grow any strain you want.

Lots of folks here are growing the same trendy shit being grown in california.
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Old 05-23-2019, 06:55 AM #15
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We have all the typical cannabis pests here....root aphids, root mealybugs, russets, broads, etc. Your biggest issue will mostly be the high humidity, but the west side of any island will be drier than the east.

If you have a greenhouse with some fans you can pretty much grow any strain you want.

Lots of folks here are growing the same trendy shit being grown in california.
Thank you Kalopatchkid! That’s really helpful I’d like to take advantage of the tropical climate and grow some long flowering genetics from South East Asia.
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Stuff flowers year round here on the islands. If you decide to grow pure sativas you will notice a huge difference in flowering time during the short season compared to the long season. My Golden Tigers only take about 7 weeks to finish in early fall to late spring but take around 12 weeks to finish during the long season which is around May to Aug so it's good to plan accordingly. A lot of my other strains take about 6-7 weeks to finish in the short season and about 7-8 weeks during the long season. I live in the highlands of Maui and never get any mold unless the caterpillars eat off the buds. Caterpillars are the biggest issue where I'm at. They can get big and come in huge waves during certain times of the year. Plants can get completely eaten away and destroyed if left unchecked. Otherwise it's a dream to grow here. Best of luck!
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Like oldhaole said earlier, it ain't like the old days...

You can go there and grow your personal stash, but you ain't gonna do any massive grow.

In 1978, a buddy of mine used to get regular shipments in the mail from his friend in Hawaii..

Huge ice chests like fishermen use, were packed with vacuum bags of dried buds and completely sealed up with sealing wax..
He got several of these each year..

But those days are long gone...
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Like oldhaole said earlier, it ain't like the old days...

You can go there and grow your personal stash, but you ain't gonna do any massive grow.

In 1978, a buddy of mine used to get regular shipments in the mail from his friend in Hawaii..

Huge ice chests like fishermen use, were packed with vacuum bags of dried buds and completely sealed up with sealing wax..
He got several of these each year..

But those days are long gone...
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If I was going to go big, I would stay in California.
Sounds like a nice friend to share his harvest across the ocean
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Good luck to you friend...

Another guy I used to know in the mid 70's moved to the "Big Island" from Virginia in the late 70's , and never came back home!
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There's a lot of micro climates in the islands, but generally it's very humid. To be very successful hoop houses are the way to go. The shorter day length can cause a lot of strains to Auto flower. A lot of people Veg indoors, or outdoors with supplemental lighting, to get the plant to the size they want. Then stick it outdoors in the hoop house to flower.

Be sure to study up on day length and weather before you start growing. The driest time of year may not coincide with the fall harvest. Ideally you'd want strains acclimated to the shorter day length and moisture so you can grow a long season crop but that's not easy and may not be the strains you want. No matter how resistant a plant will turn to grey sludge if it's sopping wet 24 hours a day.

You may find it easier to let the plants Autoflower, run them so they flower during the dry time of year, you might be able to get 2 or 3 crops in that way. The best part about the islands is getting to experiment with a greater variety of strains and techniques, hope you're able to share some of your discoveries with us!
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