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Lebanese

Perdido

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the Lebanese stock from last reproduction.
After 9 months of curing Lebanese 2022 I declare it a wonderful strain ;).
She smells wonderfully like orange and lemon and mango and more.
She is really potent, although it's a short time high, the shortest I know, which is really convenient to have.
But already before smoking it, I was mesmerized by watching such a fast plant develop arm long colas during 10 weeks of flowering.
Look how "tropical" this early sativa looks. In the background you can see a Purple Satellite - only two weeks behind the Lebanese.
Harvest was on this day, 28th of September on latitude 48 (Vienna)
Plus a not so good close up

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dubi

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Thanks a lot for your feedback @Perdido :tiphat: means a lot to me coming from an educated landrace sativa lover like you! Such vigorous, high yielding, mostly green expressions of citric-mango terpenes are my favorite within this Lebanese line. Happy to hear it finished so early late Sept at your Northern latitude, almost at the same time than here at 37ºN, its semi auto tendencies really work well for all type of outdoor growers from very different locations, environments and latitudes.

Good luck with your Lebanese girl and male @wuluz ;)
 

dubi

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Welcome @Montana199 :tiphat: a pleasure to meet your outdoor sativa hashplants!
Great looking Lebanese, this genetics respond great to pruning and training during growth stage.
Thanks for your support and for joining our room sharing your experiences.
 

Montana199

Active member
Welcome @Montana199 :tiphat: a pleasure to meet your outdoor sativa hashplants!
Great looking Lebanese, this genetics respond great to pruning and training during growth stage.
Thanks for your support and for joining our room sharing your experiences.
The pleasure is mine dubi, the truth is that these plants go by themselves without doing anything special, I will inform you how they are progressing, greetings
 

terroirist

Active member
Hi guys,

Just wanted to share pics of my last season (2022) Lebanese guerrilla grow.
My plan was to do a fully dry-grown cycle with as little work as possible.
I knew they were very drought resistant so I tried it.
It was a good deep silt clay limestone soil that could keep alot of water. I put a 4 cm mulch to keep moisture.
I planted early mid-may to get the last spring rains.

From pic 6 however I had to water. That was mid-August. The summer was crazy dry in France with successions of days above 40°C so I had to give them a mittle hand and watered regularly because the flowering cycle was blocked for 2 weeks. Then it all went smoothly and I harvested end of September.

For sure she was a hardy plant, little care good reward.
 

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terroirist

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Here is the rest of the season.
It grew nice fat colas with lots of reflowerings, very sativa indeed.

My pheno was not very smelly on the plant but it turned out to be very nice, in the jars it became nutty, like praline, milky too, flowery too like jasmine and those earthy flavors give density to the smoke taste. I love it, it s a nice complex flavor.
I read there are fruity phenos but mine was more nut milk oriented !

The high is relaxing quite strong but not long, it s not very psychoactive and that s cool for me, I was looking for relaxing weed, it s perfect, although it doesn t couch lock you, it just relaxes, the brain is still functional.
So it delivers as described on the Ace site, good job once again Ace ;)
 

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dubi

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Thanks a lot for your feedback on the Lebanese @terroirist 🥰 Flowers look great despite the lack of water!
Very happy to know you enjoyed her outcome and that she performed as described in our strain description.
The tall green expressions are usually fruity, but (more or less) purple plants have weird, different, non fruity terpene profiles.
 

terroirist

Active member
Thanks a lot for your feedback on the Lebanese @terroirist 🥰 Flowers look great despite the lack of water!
Very happy to know you enjoyed her outcome and that she performed as described in our strain description.
The tall green expressions are usually fruity, but (more or less) purple plants have weird, different, non fruity terpene profiles.
Hi Dubi,

I am sure those milky nutty flavors would have translated beautifully into hash but I could not make any :(

As soon as I gave her just enough water she did grow those big colas, it s a strong genetic, really precious !
 

dubi

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Hello, I put a photo of the Lebanese, in a few days I make some photos of more quality, this plant promises a greeting

She really exploded in growth last 3 weeks @Montana199 :) excellent branching for a good yield!
Glad she is already into flowering so she can finish by first half of September.
 

lohnjennon

Active member
I love the lebanese! I grew 2 females in 2018 that were very purple and had the smell of Smarties (the candy).

In 2021 I bought a 10 pack and let all the healthy plants pollinate each other and made bubble hash from all of them. It was my favorite hash (and i make hash out of everything i grow!).

I also ended up with an 8 oz/ 1/2pt jar of seeds.
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This year I started about 30 lebanese seeds in late april in a greenhouse, gave some to friends and planted seedlings in the ground in late may/early june. They were a little restricted by small pots and not great soil mix when young. also were slightly neglected when young because we moved this spring and had no time
I got rid of the males this time and ended up with 8 females in one spot and 2 in a greenhouse.

Lebanese #1
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Lebanese #2
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Lebanese #3
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Lebanese #4
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Lebanese # 5
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Lebanese # 6
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Lebanese # 7
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Lebanese #8
this one is a little smaller and a little behind the rest.
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All were pollinated by a couple of good looking Nepal Jam males (nepal jam being my 2nd favorite hash!)

they looked similar to this nepal jam female

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I'm hoping that the disease resistance from the nepal jam will be present in the offspring. Im at 45n near lake michigan and falls are rainy and wet.


I also have 2 lebanese females in my old greenhouse, it is very hot and dry but they seem to not mind so much. crossing them one to purple satellite male



Thank you @dubi for all the wonderful variety! i have been growing mostly ace seeds since 2016 and i really love everything I've tried. Something for every climate!
 
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