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Old 06-07-2017, 02:56 AM #1
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Acapulco Gold, Ace vs Barneys

I have grown several Acapulco Gold plants from Barneys, and after many years, still enjoy the strain. Is there much difference in Ace's landrace Acapulco Gold compared to Barneys? I would love to try it, but have not been able to get any seeds. I saw a combo pack offered recently but it was gone so fast I missed it. Is it available at certain times of the year?
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Old 06-07-2017, 03:12 AM #2
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barney's a.g is not the landrace so no real comparison. the real a.g. will flower 16 - 18 weeks
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Old 06-07-2017, 03:49 AM #3
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I really like my Bodhi AG have never had Barneys but his is crossed to a Afghani so not real in the truest sense.

I am sure the AG will show up again, just keep looking every week or so.
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Old 06-07-2017, 12:59 PM #4
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Hi BeaverIslander,

The Acapulco Gold was a freebie given by Bodhi in his oaxacan Zipolite release.
We at ACE were mere retailers of that Zipolite + Acapulco Gold release from Bodhi, so i would recommend you to contact him in case you have more concrete doubts about his lines, as we at ACE we didn't produce the AG seeds neither we worked with that line.

I also don't know about Barney AG release, but for the pics i saw looks like a hybrid for sure. I would recommend you to ask directly the breeders/seed banks that produced the AG versions that you have doubts about.
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Thank you for the replies and explanation Dubi. So far I have not been able to find contact information for Bodhi so if anyone knows how to make contact or where to get the Acapulco landrace seeds I'd appreciate the help.
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barney's a.g is not the landrace so no real comparison. the real a.g. will flower 16 - 18 weeks
Barney's AG seems to be Apple Pie from Reeferman.
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Bohdi's Acapulco Gold.


I have never seen Barney's offerings. I do know the Oaxacan from Bohdi is an excellent plant to grow. Since these Acapulco Gold seeds are freebies. I'm very impressed. This is a unique plant to have and grow out. Peace
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I have never seen Barney's offerings. I do know the Oaxacan from Bohdi is an excellent plant to grow. Since these Acapulco Gold seeds are freebies. I'm very impressed. This is a unique plant to have and grow out. Peace
Any idea where I could find a couple of Bodhi's beans.. I'm not having any luck.

I have a Barneys AG getting close to harvest but I know it's not the real deal.
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Old 07-11-2017, 12:22 AM #9
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I have never seen Barney's offerings. I do know the Oaxacan from Bohdi is an excellent plant to grow. Since these Acapulco Gold seeds are freebies. I'm very impressed. This is a unique plant to have and grow out. Peace
Here i have one from Barney' s AG

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Yep, comparing farmerlion's and mexcurandero's, they look very different. Also both very beautiful plants, I'd be happy to have either one;0)
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