BakedBeanz Test Grow FPOG F3, Mountian Temple F2 and In The Pines

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BAKED_BEANZ

i went through 10 packs of the white s1 from raskal , some really nice plants in those . seen lots of his f2 i have made , fire og , white fire alien , fire alien kush , white mater kush . i really like his gear was a real favourite of mine for long time . :).

i have some cross i made pops out beautiful plants , white master kush x fire og , stinking fat , rock hard buds on them . smell like rotting fruit .
 
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Morcheeba*

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Baked Beanz,

the White seems to pack resin. i have a male White Krush made by Foe20 and im hitting the wfa#6 with it b/c you never know what will pop out.


peace
 
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BAKED_BEANZ

yeah i actually hit the best s1 i had from 20/25 plants with a white fire alien male .

hopefully you turn up some nice stuff . raskal gear always brings the frost :)

wait till you try the aficionado gear , though :)think you said you wanted pineapple , nothing will beat ITP or come close to that for pineapple... i guarantee it .
 
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Morcheeba*

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ITP 1,2,3

ITP 1,2,3

the pics were taken w/my bad camera but all flower shots will get taken by a friend who has a professional camera.

GROUP SHOT OF #1, #2, #3
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ITP #1
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ITP #2
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ITP #3
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blue_tick

cheeba

subbed up man :lurk:. here for this show for sure. i'll sit back here outta the way


peace
 
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BAKED_BEANZ

i have a friend , growing ITP outdoors in the states . hopefully i can get you guys some plant pics when they are done . looks like they will be big long spears of pineapple goodness . they were stacking real nice last time i saw a pic .

i,m reserving the word foxtails , until i see a current pic :)
 

Morcheeba*

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Drift13,

good seeing ya here. ill also document these at the island


Baked Beanz,

that would be very cool. these are growing like crazy and ill have pics this week prior to taking clones and up potting. they go into flower in 40 days and i cant wait.

ive been tracking down info on ITP (Pineapple Thai x Master Kush) Mean Gene used to cross with his Pineapple to produce this version of ITP.

from what ive read is the ITP he used was not sweet and his Mean Genes Pineapple added the sweetness. i think i saw MG post on IG that his Pineapple is known by several names and the one i remember was ' WILLITS GOLD'.

i hope im not putting wrong info out on Afficionados ITP lineage but im just trying to get an understanding what she is made of.


peace
 
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BAKED_BEANZ

think you,ll find that pheno easy enough , the males i used were stretchy sativa,s . some of the biggest males i had at the time out of a bunch of strains .

i,m keen to see these finished , as i,m hoping a lot are sativa based , the females i used got wolf they were so dense . so fingers crossed i put heap of sativa into them . from what i,ve seen to date , looks like its possible . though i,m not going on too much feedback at this stage .
theres tonne of the seed out there , so hopefully soon enough i,ll know :)

your grow is sounding like its going well :)
 
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Stone House

Interested in In the Pines myself.
I'll be watching your grow, best wishes for a successful harvest.
 

Morcheeba*

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Baked Beanz,

im wanting the Sativa side myself but we will see very soon.

Chris Harris,

thanks...im behind on cloning them but it looks like ill get 2 clones from most of them and they will go into flower in just over a month.

Stone House,

thanks for joining in, they go into flower soon.


peace
 

Morcheeba*

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Good insight into the ITP. Not too much info on it that I could find either.


How are the stature of yours so far?

no lateral branching yet but im sure that is do to my veg area being too packed. i have an open tent so many of them will get moved and ill have space to up pot them so they fill out.

while taking clones of them yesterday i noticed several solo cups had big white roots exploding out of the drain holes so they are ready for more root space.

i was able to get insight on Aficionado's strains from a few utube videos that had Leo and Mean Gene in them....Smoking with Swami is the videos.


peace
 

Castroman

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In the Pines review and smoke report

In the Pines review and smoke report

Good insight into the ITP. Not too much info on it that I could find either.

Want to share this extremely comprehensive (and laudatory) In the Pines review and smoke report, for as stated, information on this strain is quite scarce.

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Origins and Backstory: After first hearing of the company, I was intrigued by the Aficionado image portrayed by their website and social media. I had seen pictures of their impressive packaging, and saw what seemed like an excessive price. It was all certainly enough to get my attention. I read about their seeds on their website, and decided that I would try out this highly-decorated strain of theirs. I germinated two packages of seed, and received bountiful yields of consistently-amazing pineapple flowers. I could have kept many phenotypes but ultimately selected one favorite. In the Pines is a three way cross of Pineapple Thai, Mean Gene's Pineapple, and Master Kush. I believe it has been bred to at least the third filial generation.

Appearance: Long, full flowers with spiked tops comprise the majority of In the Pines phenotypes. Some were more dense and stout, but most had a very sativa look to them. Even with a cold finish, there was zero purple color to be found. These buds are covered in resin and are pretty dense despite the long, thin, sativa-like character. Many phenotypes have tops that look like mild fox tails, but upon closer examination seem to just be an abnormal bud structure, and are not fox tailing. Green bud with orange hairs, nothing necessarily stand-out.

Aroma: The bouquet from this strain is absolutely unbelievable, and is undoubtedly some of the most compelling cannabis I've smelled to date. Most phenotypes were very floral with unmistakable notes of canned pineapple and syrup abounding. Other phenotypes exhibited the whole spectrum of citrus fruits, with only lime absent. Some were lemon, tangerine, orange, grapefruit, clementine, red apple, and even rotting mango. Vanilla was noted in some plants, and almost all expressed blossomy, floral notes. Some phenotypes were like candied pineapple lifesavers, some like canned pineapple syrup, and others still like pineapple upside down cake. There are forest-like scents in the background, not as prominent as the fruit but still very much present. It reminds me of Pacific Northwest forests in particular. The aroma of this strain is so incredible and enticing. It is truly incredible how much pineapple there is on the nose.

Flavor: As incredible as the aroma, the flavor is deep and complex. It indeed mimics pineapple, and all of the aforementioned fruits. There is so much citrus and pineapple to the flavor. Apt to the name, there are less bold flavors of pine trees and forest floor. The smoke is also very floral, providing a delicate and unique experience that is almost tea-like. It reminds me of connoisseur-quality white tea and pineapples, with so many subtle flavors coming through. One is even compelled to eat the flowers. Briefly stated, In the Pines tastes like a pineapple-cupcake-forest-flower.

Effects: I was mistaken when I thought the aroma and flavor were the highlights of this masterpiece. The effects truly exhibit the finest character and highest quality that I have had the pleasure of experiencing in cannabis. It is so euphoric, feel-good, happy, uplifting, engaging, intriguing, and functional all the same. I feel very euphoric from In the Pines, as well as more positive, uplifted, and curious in all-things-happening in the world. Inspiring, it makes me want to call old friends, read new books, take a walk outside, express myself to loved ones, and engage with all the other beautiful activities in life. What I love the most is that overindulging in this flower seems to be difficult. Paranoia, social awkwardness, anxieties, and all of the other negatives that so-often accompany sativas is not remotely present. I am consistently calmed and uplifted from this cannabis, with never a negative effect it seems. This has become a favorite of mine across such a diverse array of activities and experiences due to its consistent nature. The character of effect from In the Pines is something truly special.

Overall Experience: Bravo. Encore. Aficionado takes the cake on this one. Excelling in all categories, In the Pines captures the essences of pineapple, flowers, vanilla, and truly enjoyable cannabis. It is pretty and somewhat classic in appearance, but shines to the olfactory senses and mind. The pineapple and dessert-like flavors are so prevalent and enjoyable, it is truly amazing to experience them in the form of smoke. The effect is even more enjoyable, which is hard for me to even say, as the aroma is so enticing on its own. This variety seems to embody all of the positive mental aspects that cannabis advocates rejoice over. It is happy, euphoric, positive, and gratitude-inspiring. In the Pines also seems to lack the paranoia, over-sedation, dysfunction, etc. that users typically do not appreciate about cannabis. This strain is truly something special, and I can't wait to see what else I can uncover from Aficionado's offerings.
 
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blue_tick

castroman

very good read. now i need to find these on the bay

thanks

peace
 

Castroman

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I asked Leo Stone of Aficionado to comment on In the Pines effects, and here's what he said:

"The In The Pines usually serves as my day-time smoke and I usually bring it to social gatherings since I have a bit of anxiety and it calms me down and loosens me up for a good intellectual conversation. She's rather flexible-- good during the day, great for pain, and fairly on point for night time but at time the ITP can be rather stimulating. For me it's all about her flavor."
--Leo Stone
 
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Morcheeba*

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I asked Leo Stone of Aficionado to comment on In the Pines effects, and here's what he said:

--Leo Stone


Castroman,

thank you for the info you have provided us on ITP. i really appreciate that and by the sounds of it she may be good for creativity, which is a huge bonus.

ill try and get pics but being a Quad i need to have someone take them but they are all looking very nice. they were easy to clone and had roots within a wk so im very happy so far.


peace
 
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