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Panama

dubi

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Our Panama hybrid has been developed with different Panama and Colombian strains. It is a serious breeding project of 5 years.

We have combined an old Panama sativa from the 70s, a 'green' Panama grown there nowadays and colombian red point.

Original tropical panama and colombians varieties need 4-5 mounths to flower and produce fluffy buds. But we have been working very hard to reduce the size, flowering times, to increase yields, bud density and resin formation of the original panama lines in our hybrid. We have also adapt the genetics to colder environments and have reduced light requeriments.

Our Panama it's a vigorous and manageable sativa that can be grown indoors and in great variety of climates. She flowers in about 10-11 weeks producing very dense, resinous and aromatic high quality sativa buds.

There are 2 phenos in the population, being both quite frequent: the green and the red pheno.

The red pheno grows very bushy. Its young pistils have a characteristic red colour (and not the whitish classic colour ), and then magenta when they are mature. The high is strong, dense and psychedelic.

The green pheno is lighter in colour, has wider leaf and thicker stems. The grown pattern is a little bit more columnar but still with very good branching.

The green pheno flowers with the classic white pistils. The strong crystal formation and the light colour makes a nice combination of green and white.The high is a little bit clearer and more energetic than the red panamas.

Both phenos have similar size, potency, bud density, resin formation and similar flowering times, finishing at mid October in temperate climates. The aromas are sweet, earthy with great terpene density and quality.

Pics of the green pheno growing outdoors.




 
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mosca negra

Dubi-- those Panama buds look Superb! Excellent work my Friend!

Peace, Mosca Negra
 

tiedye420

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Beautiful work and concise information...
What a blessing it is for us to have you share with us Dubi.....
BTW -Share that dubi bro, L.O.L. The red looks fantastic....surreal night pics bro those were nice too.. The green pheno looks very healthy and strong.
I just bumped into an ozer of columbian red a week or two ago...
laid around with a smile for a few days from that one, it was nice.....
later bro....
 

dubi

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Panama red 2006

Panama red 2006

Good night!

Thanks tiedye420 and mosca negra for the comments! :)

Raco, thanks too for the pics! ;) Have you finished your panama female?

Im sure you are going to enjoy her a lot. :yummy:

Here are some fresh 2006 panama pics.

The clones were moved outside in early June. They have been grown organically under intense sun. Despite the excessive heat in the terrace and the light contamination of the city, they have produced decent results :smoke:








 
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sogman

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Mmmm.... panama red! So this is what had the older generations blitzed out ey.
Their always crying about how good acapulco gold and panama red were.
 

Cannafish

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the colour and frost are really impressive:lurk:

how do they grow indoor?

for those who can´t grow such beauties outside :badday:
 
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dubi

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Panama green 2006

Panama green 2006

Thanks sogman and YBC for the visit!

Chaman's Acapulco gold, thais and oldtimer's hazes are finally starting to flower now (early November) :chin: Will post pics of the tropical plants in some weeks.

Here's the 'green' expression of our Panama. The line came from our good friend greengrocer. It's a high yielding, vigorous and powerful hybrid composed of panama 1974 and modern panama.

We selected and bred here in Spain the best green panama parents for 2 generations and then we crossed the result with the red panama/columbian.

General view of the green panama, grown organically in pot. The clone was moved outside in June. She has been less sensible to the light contamination of the city, producing big dense generous sativa flowers.












 

sogman

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I had to show my friend the pic with the plant trying to escape into ur house.
Very impressive yield on those!! They branch out a bit but their colas are jaw dropping! :jawdrop:
 

dubi

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sogman and limeygreen,

Im glad you like the green ones too!

Cannafish, Panama can be grown indoors without any problem. We have worked the line a lot to reduce the flowering time and improve the indoor adaptability of original tropical panama sativas.

We have done indoor tests past year with great success. They flower in 10-11 weeks and although they can grow bigger in size than indica dominant strains, they usually yield better :wink:

Have a nice day! dubi
 
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