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Old 02-06-2007, 09:27 PM #1
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303 -papua new guinea gold

any one who has this strain or who has grown it out, please stop in and share any info you might have or wish to contribute !!! smoke report if you have one ,please !!! here are fets words on 303: ...I do not know the complete breeding back ground of this strain but i have been told it consists of what flooded this land back in the early 70s the all great PNG Gold and various Hawaiian/ Fuji strains. Papua New Guinea Gold would most likely be the main contributor to this strain. Some time back it was then crossed with a wide leaf strains as the old timers call it, Indica i presume? They crossed what they already had with the wide leaf variety (indica?) to rise above their competition and this is what they have today? With this indica crossing it has most likely cut down the flowering time making this strain possible to be grown indoors and still be able to control it. 303 is sweet spicy fruity flavour with a piney-fruity aroma with a very intense high mind-lifting it can bring about heart- racing and even panic for users not used to strong sativas or if overdone, due to its creeping effect can soon have you blown off your feet. Dont make the mistake of wacking a few fast ones down because before you know it your praying it will wear off fast as it can just become too intense for the user. Thisstrain is super long lasting stone that does not need to be constantly topped up every hour like many, it just lasts and lasts. The flowers are not show material but they certainly packs a punch , so look out! ...Flowering time around 10-12 weeks !!

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Old 02-06-2007, 11:00 PM #2
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Hi monkey,

I can give give you some limited information, based only on the germination of 1 seed

The seed germed easily, although I did have to remove the cover manually.
The strain seems to clone very easily, too.

I have not really smoked it properly, though I took some very immature (only 4 week) bud from a poorly plant and it knocked my socks off. So happy. So HIGH. So clear. Real rocket fuel. Can't wait to smoke it grown properly. I've got some 8 week old bud in water-cure at the moment, I'll let you know soon as it's ready.

I also have a clone in flower that's just shown pistils, I may post some pics later.
The one thing that is different about this plant (besides the distinctive branching) is that it seems to take 25-30 days of 12/12 in order to show flowers. I've seen this twice with my own eyes, plus it's been confirmed to me by at least three other people who have grown it.

There's no doubt in my mind that this is one of the top strains available, good to see other people interested in keeping it going. It would be a crying shame if this strain was lost.

Unfortunately, the ludicrous and sick political situation in Australia atm means that SpiceBros may not be re-offering it too soon. Bad karma on those sfb Aussie politicis, but what can you do?
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Old 02-07-2007, 12:05 AM #3
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I, for one, will not let that happen.
The 303 collective will preserve this strain!

I basically agree with what Gert has said already...but I'll try and find the time to take a couple of pics and post a bit more about this wonderful herb.
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Right, here's what the 303 looked like, ooh, about a month from seed.
Next to it, a 303 leaf, from the 7th node, IIRC. The main petiole was 21cm! I guess it would have been huge if grown outside.



And finally, for now, here's a couple of a clone that has just started flowering. As you can see, I'm going for a multi-cola thing. Now watch this baby stre-e-e-e-e-tch.
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Old 02-09-2007, 10:03 PM #5
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Hi all,
As promised I've been and taken a couple of shots. They are rubbish, but here they are!
These first few are of a 303 female after a few weeks of 11on/13off. She was put straight into flower as an established cutting on new years day.



These next pics are from today, so that's nearly six weeks of forcing...



And these pics are of a male, obviously..







Now as I said the other day, I think this is fine smoke indeed. It is definitely my favourite for listening to music. It just makes everything sound so good...in fact everything is good with 303!..it's very euphoric herb.
I've had a couple of different phenos. One is BIG sativa buds, loads of foxtailing and a zingy astringent aroma. A slight woody taste is apparent in this one but there is also a spicy sweet delicate background.. kind of floral too. The other pheno is a bit unusual looking to me (it's the one pictured above) but I expect those who grow alot more sativas will have seen the structure before. Altough the pictured one has been encouraged into a bush with a dominant shoot, it prefers to grow to one stem normally. The flowers themselves are also a little odd looking to me but unfortunately I don't have any pics of the mature floral clusters to show you...we'll just have to wait a while! Now the smoke on this pheno is my favourite of the two. Really zingy floral tropical spice flavour (if you know what I mean!) and an intense uplifting high. Lovely gear. Guess what I'll be doing with the dust from that male?!
So who else is doing the 303?

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Those 303 of yours looks very exotic Longshot, so nice & slender structure indeed!!! Are those 303 beans available anymore or are they coming available soon? Those really should be very special genetics to preserve!

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Hi Herbalistic, thanks for the interest.
They really are lovely looking plants aren't they? So different to the usual hybrids and indi's we see so often. I have a real soft spot for them! I'm not sure whether 303 is going to be available via Fet again or not. I know he's got problems at the moment. If the worst happens and Fet isn't doing anymore, seeds will be spread amongst the community to facilitate the preservation of the strain.
303 will survive, no matter what!
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Did it indoors it took 14+wks.

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Thanks for putting those pics up, longshot, appreciated.
Hey, my female is only a few days behind yours, albeit a lot smaller. Isn't that a great coincidence?
I'll be posting as we go along, it will be good to compare notes.
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Great, i am also very interesting in 303 strain. SO exotic and i think interesting for each sativa lover as me
Pls keep us informed about your grow.
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