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Pakistan Chitral Kush

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Knothead

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Just now 7 weeks outside flowering. Looks about done to me. Last night was the first night I had to bring them in the porch as the temperature dropped to 35. Plants developed much more color than the seed plant which was cut mid September. The smell is intoxicating, very sweet like a flower that you can smell when you come up on the deck. The purple pak haze I grew had a hint of this scent but it was, and still is primarily grapes.
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dubi

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love the way the clones finished @Knothead :love: very beautiful, well expressed buds on long colas, much more colorful outcome from the clones (due to flowering with colder temps than mother plant) and really good yield for a purple PCK, well done!

Great looking, purple resinous buds as well @Altitudeup1 ;) on classic old school hashplant structure.

What's the temperature there @goingrey 🥶 curious to know how low temps she can handle.

Enjoy your PCK harvests guys!
 

goingrey

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What's the temperature there @goingrey 🥶 curious to know how low temps she can handle.
Temps have been between -1C and +4C for the last week. She could handle it just fine, only the direct contact with snow last night got all the fan leaves to crinkle up. But by "handle it" I mean "stayed alive", there hasn't been much if any development all month since the temps dropped below +10C. Quite impressive resistance still.
 

Ravel

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Hi dubi, have you tried a PCK x Zamaldelica cross?

I just started some Zam fems and PCK regulars and plan on doing some dusting. What sort of results would you anticipate?
 

Sensistar42

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Hi dubi, have you tried a PCK x Zamaldelica cross?

I just started some Zam fems and PCK regulars and plan on doing some dusting. What sort of results would you anticipate?
I would love to know this as well, I have a pack of zam regulars and want to pollinate a run next year I would love to know how it does with the Pck.
 

dubi

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Hi dubi, have you tried a PCK x Zamaldelica cross?

I just started some Zam fems and PCK regulars and plan on doing some dusting. What sort of results would you anticipate?

I did a a straight Zamal x PCK F1 hybrid in 2006, never released commercially, and it was really good. Zamaldelica x PCK should be good as well, depends hihgly on the selected parent plants and how they combine with each other. PCK crosses very well with sativas, usually better than with indicas.
 

Ravel

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I did a a straight Zamal x PCK F1 hybrid in 2006, never released commercially, and it was really good. Zamaldelica x PCK should be good as well, depends hihgly on the selected parent plants and how they combine with each other. PCK crosses very well with sativas, usually better than with indicas.

Great thanks. As far as the male PCKs, are there any specific traits I should look for?
 

Popey

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I did a a straight Zamal x PCK F1 hybrid in 2006, never released commercially, and it was really good. Zamaldelica x PCK should be good as well, depends hihgly on the selected parent plants and how they combine with each other. PCK crosses very well with sativas, usually better than with indicas.

Hello dubi. Has anyone tried PCK x Destroyer?
 

Popey

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Hi @dubi

I'm constantly making new crosses when growing cannabis for smoking and I don't have time to test the resulting crosses :D

I have a PCK x Destroyer cross, but I also have more interesting crosses IMO, e.g. yours Oldtimer's Haze x Bubblegum, or Jarilla Sinaloa x Durban (both from CBG). The earliest I will test it is autumn next year, until June I am busy playing with Freakshow crosses. Your Ethiopian Sativa has been lying in my fridge for almost a year now, I have to finally get around to it because I'm afraid that the seeds will eventually lose their viability. Regards.
 

arbac

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Pakistan Chitral Kush is one of those landraces that one wants to grow pure and also use for some crosses. A few years ago I bought a couple of packets of 5 ACE seeds. but no seeds germinated from those envelopes.

Some time ago I bought two other packets of 5 seeds, to try again.
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Germinate an envelope and obtain only two plants of the 5 seeds. Apparently I have a male and a female, although they have not been sexed yet.
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After a while, the second envelope of 5 germinated, 4 germinated, the germination was better, but I think there will be two mutants and two normal ones.
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I was thinking of doing an open reproduction of the 10 seeds, but it looks like I'll have to settle for much less.
 

The Zientist

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PCK10 at D60.
Sampling the first nug as I'm writing this, no cure.
Astringent and sweet on nose at the same time, like a tiger balm and blackberry crossover.
Mouth coating fresh lemon smint taste with forest fruit aspects in there too.
There's also an orange peel lingering flavor as you go through.
The exhale is fresh and the aroma stays with you for a while. Definitely has broncodilating properties.
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The effect has a smooth onset, not overwhelming or boring as it develops, just wholesome.
Rings on your ear a bit, same way hazes tend to do: Like a record is playing on an nearby old radio.
Pretty darn calming, therapy for the soul. Wrapped in a flavorsome and complex package.

Keeps you wanting to go back and rip another capsule. Was a nice finding without doubt.
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Thanks dubi, and everyone that helped sharing these gems all these years!
 
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