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Indian Landrace Exchange strains

Shua1991

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My Maruf hybrid was likely flowered too long indoors, I harvested some plants wednesday from outdoors for sample and the buzz is way more active and upbeat than calming. Harvesting the rest today and fermenting it into brick.
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weather ain't getting any better
 

acespicoli

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Kashmir Jhelum Basin Neelum Valley

Kashmir Jhelum Basin Neelum Valley

This broad leafed and very short plant variety comes from the Neelum district of Azad Kashmir or POK, which is at the Neelum river banks which joins the Jhelum river in its course at Muzaffarabad, these are highly fertile regions although devastated by the 2005 earthquake, the agriculture remains one of the main economic forces.

The plant size remained remarkably short and had almost no stretch during flowering stage with huge fan leaves, of dark bottle green color It flowers very fast, producing small leafy buds of great resin production.The terpenes are floral, lavender, berries and sweet mango, with acrid foul flavours.

https://www.aceseeds.org/en/brands/indian-landrace-exchange/kashmirjhelumbasin.html
:bump the link isnt active, these still available anywhere ?
 
Hi all,

Thanks for the positve comments and likes.

The hopar valleys smell as a good fuel. They have the typical basic cannabis scent.but that scent is a undertone. It have some sourness and for the rest It have nothing herbal, fruity, earthy in it. Special! And for me it's still special to see a pure narrow leave Indica. Thé leaves are more narrow then the 90% Sativa hybrides that i grow in the past. Next year i will pop the other seeds to test them on low stress training and tarpet.


It's a keeper if the smoke is good.

About the weather here, wish me luck. This week we hat one night close to zero °c
 

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hi all, it is now November 1st. the Hopar Valleys receive less than 10 hours of light. We have had a lot of rain this week, which means that the relative humidity is 84% in this area. As a result, both plants have buds that are affected by mold. In these conditions I don't expect the buds to grow much. But both plants still look fresh. just a bit dusty.
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Hi all,

On July 4 after the summer solstice I germinated 5 Hopar valley seeds. On August 14 I saw the first signs of pre-flowering. on August 14 we had 14 hours of sun here. today on 11/11 is harvest time. There is loss due to mold. but that's not too bad. flowers and small fan leaves are well covered with trichomes. a robust plant that is resistant to cold and moisture and requires little care.🤎
 

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islandpreservation

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So many great selections to choose from. I was curious if anyone came across anything that actually carried a pronounced phenol gas kinda profile?, espically in balochi's . He list phenols (fuel) and deisel in some descriptions but still haven't heard anyone say it is pungent in what they grew.
 

Rory Borealis

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So many great selections to choose from. I was curious if anyone came across anything that actually carried a pronounced phenol gas kinda profile?, espically in balochi's . He list phenols (fuel) and deisel in some descriptions but still haven't heard anyone say it is pungent in what they grew.
The Maruf Kandahar and Hopar Valley cultivars are the ones that you should check out.
 

ilovegrowing

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Hey peeps,

I ve got two phenos pf the red balochistan to show you. Both are about 30 days 11/13. they are well branched and had some stretch to them, not too much bit some. They are very vigorous and they like to grow in every part of the plant. They seem to take the 11/12 weeks as the strain description says.

I find it very interesting that they have quite slim leaves. For a 100 percent indica this is a bit confusing. But maybe it is the higher altitude, where the plants have a different transpiration. Im trying to figure out what sure signs for indica and sativa traits are, but maybe the difference always depends on the context and its not that easy to differ in all the cases.

If someone could explain, i would be very happy about it.

So here is no 1, a bit smaller than two but a pleasant, stronger smell. I will tell more on the next update
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and here comes no 2, bigger plant, bigger flowers, nice haircut though :)
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