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Old 04-18-2017, 10:46 PM #1
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By the Danube - Panama Haze, Queen Mother and Peyote Purple

Hello Ace people!

I'll be growing outdoors a few plants from seeds bought from the Ace site and this thread will be the grow diary. Also, it will be great if people with photos and info on these strains join and share them here, so we can compare the phenos.
My garden is at 44 degrees north, close to the southest point of the Danube river. Climate is moderate continental, with Mediterranean influence. Hot and dry summer, not very wet and cold autumn. Soil is fertile Chernozem ("black earth").
I'll be growing 2 sativa and 2 indica plants, the most sativa looking plant will grow on my property, the other 3 - in a deserted property nearby.

The strains:
Panama Haze (by Ace Seeds) - 3 feminized seeds started with the goal to select one.
Queen Mother (by Original Delicatessen) - 3 feminized seeds started with the goal to select one.
Peyote Purple (by Cannabiogen) - 2 standard seeds started and both will be transplanted outdoors.

The other plants (2 PHs and 2 QMs) will be given away to two friends, one will grow his plants on a balcony, the other - guerrilla style.
Seeds were started on the 19th of March and all sprouted within 4 days.
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Good luck yoss!Would love to see some big gals from you again!

I got one Queen mother in the last weeks of flowering ,seems she will need about 10-11 weeks with reduced photoperiod.
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Panama Haze #1
The tallest one, with the most Haze-looking pale leaves and thinnest stem. Stem smell is fruity/flowery, a mix of citric fruits and softer smells.



Panama Haze #2
Also tall, but with slightly fatter leaves and stem. The top of this plant, as small as it is, reeks of coffee & sweet earth as a most proper indica. The rubbed stem smell is typical of Panama - I'll describe it as sweet rubber (PVC beach ball). This plant smells more than all the other plants in the grow box combined.



Panama Haze #3
The shortest of the 3, with nice citrus smell (mandarine) of the stem.
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Queen Mother #1
Somewhat fat dark-green leaves and stem covered in hairy trichomes. Stem smell is citric (orange and mandarine).



Queen Mother #2
Tallest of the 3, with lighter-green color. Smell is more sharp/citric than the other 2 and in the same time has a sweet flowery note in the background.


Queen Mother #3
Shortest of the 3, with dark-green leaves, like #1's, but thinner. Smell is again mandarine/orange.
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Peyote Purple #1
Medium-short, with fat dark indica leaves. Weak branching. No stem smell, but I find this typical for young Peyote Purple plants, unlike other "kush" strains that reek from the earliest age.



Peyote Purple #2
Surprisingly-stretchy for an indica, with good branching. Leaves are thinner than #1's, but just as dark. Very weak rubbery and hashy stem smell.
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Good luck yoss!Would love to see some big gals from you again!

I got one Queen mother in the last weeks of flowering ,seems she will need about 10-11 weeks with reduced photoperiod.
Thanks! I actually hope the Queen Mother I'll select is a longer-flowering one, with a slower start of flowering, so as to miss being pollinated by the wild hemp plants that flower in August.
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Nice strain selection
Good luck for your season
When is your first freeze?
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Hi yoss33, great start of the season!
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Very nice plants, yoss. Great health
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Hi yoss33.
I'm also growing QM outdoor this season,grew it two years ago and she didn't trigger flowering too early, but once started she was fast enough. No wild hemp stray pollen where I live so can't say for sure..
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