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Old 05-20-2007, 02:23 PM #1
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Nepalese Jam

Are y'all gonna bring this strain back anytime soon? I'd really like to try this one
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Old 05-21-2007, 12:18 AM #2
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Are y'all gonna bring this strain back anytime soon? I'd really like to try this one
High Ganico!

Nepalese Jam (Nepalese highland X Jamaican 85) has been out of stock for a year. We have produced a limited supply of Nepalese Jam backcrossed again to the nepalese, It's called Nepalese Highland.

We are working at the moment to produce fresh standard and femenized Nepalese Jam seeds for Autumn/Winter.

Thanks for the interest! dubi
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Old 05-21-2007, 01:59 AM #3
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Okay, well hopefully I'll get to try it next summer.

I was just trying to find some pure sativa genetics containing caribbean genes and this sounds like a real nice cross.

Really though, I'm just a sucker for fruity sativas regardless.




Let me say this though, I'm so glad to see more pure sativas and pure sativa hybrids ("pure sativa x pure sativa", NOT "sativa x indica") being bred. That is the real deal type work. This is what need to be done.
It's SO damn hard to find any commercially available pure sativas, and even those are the same old ones, if you want short flowering ones for outdoors then you're really screwed. Man, that just ain't moral. There's pure sativas that'll grow in CANADA, so I can't see the point of so much indica hybrids really.

Good work, y'all.
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Old 05-22-2007, 12:44 PM #4
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I totally agree.

There's a huge lack of sativa genetic diversity in today's commercial weed.
It's real sad. Sativa grows almost in every place of the planet, but after 3-4 decades, the cannabis breeding scene has a poor sativa legacy, mainly composed by haze hybrids and durbans. The true is that we have hundreds of different commercial 'strains' available but they all have the same sativa genetic background.

I like a lot haze and durban but there are lot other good sativas from Nepal, Vietnam, Cambodia, India, Angola, Congo, Panama etc ... that are excellent in quality but they are a very small part of today's commercial genepool,

Landraces have their own cannabinoid profile and new aromas and experiences to offer. They were the base breeding for all the modern varities we are enjoying today and the future for the new breds too.

We are working in our own way, adding new quality genetics to the commercial genepool instead copy other's work or sell the same sour/nl/skunk/haze/widow/bluberry unstabilized poli hybrids we have been suffering the past 10 years. We are doing what is in our hand to avoid cannabis endogamic depression.
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hey dubi, thanks for all the great work and strains...
i was wondering where your nepali highland was collected, i love nepalis and have a nice collection of them, it would cool to know the village or mountain area of yours.

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Old 06-05-2007, 11:47 AM #6
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hey dubi, thanks for all the great work and strains...
i was wondering where your nepali highland was collected, i love nepalis and have a nice collection of them, it would cool to know the village or mountain area of yours.

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High bodhiseeds!

Im glad to hear you like nepalese strains. They are lovely, unique and different to the classic SE asian sativas, more present in today's genepool.

The nepalese highland used in nepalese jam came from Canada-North America. It's the most worked and fast nepalese line we have, very powerful, crystalline and dense flowering.

Nepalese kathmandu is taller, lankier and more colorful, more like a classic himalayan sativa with thin delicate appearance, mid flowering and fluffly flowers with exotic aromas.

3rd nepalese is the one used in Bangi Haze and came from a spanish grower, half domesticated here in spain, dont know exactly the zone of origin.

What nepalese strains do you like to grow? Please, feel free to comment any personal experience with them. Thanks for posting. dubi
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Old 06-08-2007, 10:22 AM #7
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The nepalese highland used in nepalese jam came from Canada-North America. It's the most worked and fast nepalese line we have, very powerful, crystalline and dense flowering.
Hi, here is a nepalese male
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Old 06-09-2007, 04:29 AM #8
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Same structure as the humboldt purp. nepalese going around. I like it very much. Hey Dubi- I just want to say we all love the work you guys are doing to save and reincarnate the landrace strains and keeping the hope alive so to speak.

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Nice words Mark

And the other side of Nepal Jam hybrid, the Jamaican line used, here growing outdoors in our climate. Sometimes donates a lovely strawberry/lavender aroma with a nice motivational effect. Nice and healthy line kept for long around here,

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And other details of one of the biggest jamaican phenos kept. They can make huge in size and yieldl with nice internodal distance. It finishes later than Nepalese, around middle/end november here

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