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Chinese yunnan indica

supahdupah

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High guys!

Here some pics of a yunnan girl. popped 3 seeds 1 female.

Thanks for the seeds again dubi!i realy like this strain.


Vegged for 6 weeks in a sunny window, grown in soil coco and a little bit of bloodmeal.


Six weeks into flowering under 400w hps fed with biobizz bloom


Very sticky

will keep you guys updated with more budshots and a smokereport!

PEACE!
 
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charlie garcia

Beautiful pictures, thx for updating

I like this line a lot as well, step by step is becoming like a fine breeding line

Hope you best results
 

guineapig

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Thats a great looking plant.......i love seeing different kinds of landrace varietals.....

I cannot thank breeders like charlie garcia enough for the fine work that they do....

:ying: kind regards from guineapig :ying:
 
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charlie garcia

Dubi has much to tell in this case although we work in collective and are responsible for all work done by different "breeders" in collective. We like and believe in this type of job. If you find our job interesting and worthy, we are more than happy G.P.

We love it as well and like to extend such poison around
best
 

rizraz

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Has anyone done any breeding work with this strain yet? If so what qualities did you notice it pass to other generations?
 

rizraz

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Anyone got more info on this strain like flowering time, yeild, smell, homozygus traits ect...

Thanks,
John
 

dubi

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Good day rizraz,

Here's the official description for chinese yunnan:

China Yunnan

Genetics: Dominant indica line coming from Yunnan, a southern China province which borders on Birmania/Myanmar.

This exotic plant, a posible “connection” between the classical indicas and the South Asian sativas, shows features of both sides of the cannabis. On one hand, it grows strong and compact with beautiful wide leaves and a hash plant look. Its flower ripens quickly with a high resin production and a creamy scent.

On the other hand, it shows some Asian sativa features which can be appreciated in the beginning of its effect and in certain incensed and woody aromas.

With all our fondness, we offer to the growers’ community this rarity, hardly introduced in the modern breed. We hope you preserve it and use it for your breeding projects.

Structure: Robust, short-knoted. Indoors, with short veg cycles, it produces columnar plants with a big main bud. Outdoors, with longer veg cycles, it develops a branched, ball-shaped structure.
Bouquet: Dense, sweet and creamy indica aroma, with woody and spicy Asian sativa touches.
Effect: Happy and visual at first, then warm, relaxing and pleasant in the end.
Flowering time: 8-9 weeks. End of September/ Early October.
Yield/m2: Medium-High.
Grow type: Excellent adapted to indoor grows. For outdoor grows, warm and dry climates are recommended.


Chinese plants usually flower fast, yield is good for a landrace/inbred line. About the taste/aromas: there are 2 main phenos, the sweet floral one and the spicy/hashy/incensey. Some plants could stretch a little bit but overall presence is almost like a pure indica.
 

dubi

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need4weed said:
so we can expect to see this strain available to the market soon dubi?

We have been distributing chinese yunnan for almost one year, next season pure chinese feminized too! :wink:
 
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indicalover

Where are you distributing it to? Any place that sells seeds?
 

dubi

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Please contact Dutchgrown, i think Seedbay still has a few pure chinese packs.

You can order pure chinese too contacting us at our website or email adress.

It's same chinese line we used to breed Orient Express.
 
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elmanito

@Dubi

What can you tell about the mold sensitivity of the Yunnan indica?Is this a good strain for humidity areas like the Netherlands or the Vancouver region?

Greetings,

El Manito :canabis:
 

dubi

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elmanito said:
@Dubi

What can you tell about the mold sensitivity of the Yunnan indica?Is this a good strain for humidity areas like the Netherlands or the Vancouver region?

Greetings,

El Manito :canabis:

Welcome manito,

Here's chinese yunnan description:

Genetics: Dominant indica line coming from Yunnan, a southern China province which borders on Birmania/Myanmar.

This exotic plant, a posible “connection” between the classical indicas and the South Asian sativas, shows features of both sides of the cannabis. On one hand, it grows strong and compact with beautiful wide leaves and a hash plant look. Its flower ripens quickly with a high resin production and a creamy scent.

On the other hand, it shows some Asian sativa features which can be appreciated in the beginning of its effect and in certain incensed and woody aromas.

With all our fondness, we offer to the growers’ community this rarity, hardly introduced in the modern breed. We hope you preserve it and use it for your breeding projects.

Structure: Robust, short-knoted. Indoors, with short veg cycles, it produces columnar plants with a big main bud. Outdoors, with longer veg cycles, it develops a branched, ball-shaped structure.
Bouquet: Dense, sweet and creamy indica aroma, with woody and spicy Asian sativa touches.
Effect: Happy and visual at first, then warm, relaxing and pleasant in the end.
Flowering time: 8-9 weeks. End of September/ Early October.
Yield/m2: Medium-High.
Grow type: Excellent adapted to indoor grows. For outdoor grows, warm and dry climates are recommended.

It's a indica dominant line and works better in a warm dy climate, i've seen other hash plants with worst mold resistance but honestly i wouldnt recommend pure chinese yunnan for a cold northern grow.
 
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elmanito

@Dubi
Thank you for your reply.Are there any other strains from your varieties you sell which are suitable for a humidity climate like the Netherlands or Vancouver region. :canabis:
 
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