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Post Your ACE X's !!!

TontonBzh

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Hi
In 2022 with a friend we have grown some Ace wonderful genetics, PCK, Erdpurt and lebanese. We have the chance to have a strong PCK male and made seeds with 2 lebanese mother.We call it the Tonton 's weed
We've maid some Erdpurt x PCK too.
Another friend who i give some plants have a lebanese male and cross it with a Riri Sour Diesel we call it Riribanese.
The Tonton's weed have been grown this year outdoor, and it have a complex aroma with yoghourt and floral tone and Mango. Three pheno emerge one green , very lemony and one other is strong purple, more floral and mango . The last is purple and pink very floral.
The results are vigourous hybrid plant indica/sativa with big yield, bud's are compact ,good mold résistance and who are ready on the first week of october on 48n.
The high is cool , very easy to manage due to the lebanese cbd
The Riribanese is nice too, same structure like lebanese, airy fluffy bud's, very lemony with sour aftertaste. I like it very much
I'm happy with this cross , i was searching for light weed with good taste , and it's a success.

Thanks a lot to Dubi, who give us some very good genetics to play with🙏👍
I will post some picture of the buds if i understand how to do it
 

outsidegrower

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Golden tiger x satori mt gold day 73. Starting to get some minty/floral aromas on top of the lime, pine and skunk that have be present the whole grow.
 

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TontonBzh

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Please do!
And if I may ask, how was the mold/cold resistance of the lebanese, grown at 48N? Was it outdoors, or greenhouse?
Hi
It was grown outside, i can't say for cold because the last two year were not cold. I think the lebanese have good resistance about mold , the conditions in my garden become difficults in the beginning of october, under trees, no more much sun , and no air circulation . The mold is what tell me to harvest....
And Lebanese was not so sensible due to her airy fluffy bud's
 

Keif Cake

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Destroyer x Old Timers Haze F2

I may not have even started 13 more of these if i knew this one was going to turn out soo nice.
Im really looking forward to the F3 of this and the short Colombian dominant male.

At this early stage of growth she is already quite fragrant with a Candy Lemon scent. I'm betting the male passes this same scent on, as the Destroyer female i ran similar in structure had very loud candy lemon to it.

Certainly interested in what else the others i started are.

I love the dark green that comes from the Colombian side.

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HarleyJammer

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I have Thai A5 Haze and Mountain Gold that just popped their tap roots. I will make the cross hoping to find a pheno that tastes like sweet peaches on the pull, hash on the exhale, smells like incense, fat gold buds that finish outdoors on Halloween. Is that too much to ask for? :)
 

Shua1991

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I have Thai A5 Haze and Mountain Gold that just popped their tap roots. I will make the cross hoping to find a pheno that tastes like sweet peaches on the pull, hash on the exhale, smells like incense, fat gold buds that finish outdoors on Halloween. Is that too much to ask for? :)
You won't know until you try. I know that tikal had some peachy smelling phenotypes when I grew it. The "hashy" smell and taste isn't really strong on haze/Thai varietals, it's more an Afghan/hashplant trait.
 

HarleyJammer

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You won't know until you try. I know that tikal had some peachy smelling phenotypes when I grew it. The "hashy" smell and taste isn't really strong on haze/Thai varietals, it's more an Afghan/hashplant trait.

Gold Mountain is half Hawaiian. In a time long ago I scored an oz of HA bud and it had a very hashy exhale.. thats what I'm chasing :)
 

RizlaMan

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Panama x (A5 x Colombia)

3 weeks of veg, 12/12 on 23 Nov, 11/13 since 1 Dec, and purposely pollinated by Malawi 26 Dec.
 

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albertgriffiths

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Pineapple Express x Nepal Jam,
first time growing 3 testers.
With this cross I was aiming at a resilient outdoor plant, hopefuly with her mother's citrusy taste and relaxed effects.

Low-average resin production, low yield, but the vigour/resistance are good, quick finishers, and the smell is unexpectedly super loud:
Ripe fruits, mango, pineapple, bubblegum, mainly.

They should perform well outdoors.
Looking forward to sampling these to see if they're worth growing again.
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They are in small 1.5L pots, soil, and being stress tested. No hermies up to now.
 
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