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Oroblanco male hitting polen...  :beavisnbutthead:     it doesnt miss flowering polen pods on self...

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AlexanderSupertramp
On 25/11/2017 at 3:43 AM, Coastal said:

I'd say it depends what you want the male for...if you have a floppy plant then you'd select for structure, if you have small buds then big flower clusters, wanna add purple then look for purple traits etc etc.

 

most keeper males either add strength and vigor or are very neutral and let the female side shine more. Any of those HP crosses should be a bit dominant for some HP traits where the snow lotus male was  less dominant... forest queen has bubba too ? Also fairly strong in crosses...

im looking more for an all rounder, i was hoping for something leaning towards the HP male maybe with a bit of the Bubba stoutness shining through, got some stretchy gals could do with getting the stretch down. its more of a preservation project more then anything. i really need to back up my genetics in bean form but dont wont to use the silver to reverse, not found of that, plus if my thinking is correct would open up the gene pool of my existing genetics?  the possibilities with the BSSS excite me.

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herbert

It had been left unattended for 30 days with very little rain, the leaves were fading but trichomes looked clear, I cut off sucker branches and dead fans.The popcorn buds are fuzzy like felt and very dank but not real solid. I have it another dose of bat guano ( flowering)  and mixed in some molasses. 

The sun has dropped azimuth and now it is partially blocked losing 2 hours a day of direct sun. This is a very nice plant, exactly as described by Bodhi. The SSH and Appalachian bred nicely, the small popcorn buds smelled lemony skunk on the plant but gassed off in my garage so strong that it crept into the house and was noticed by guests on Thanksgiving, blamed on a skunk and got the dirty looks from wifey 😂

If this girl was raised in optimal circumstance she would yield well some very dank buds with good leaf to calyx ratio .

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3rdCoaster

Hey, got some frost starting on those bud leafs @zoot.   Are any shaping up to be the Unicorn?

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zoot
22 minutes ago, 3rdCoaster said:

Hey, got some frost starting on those bud leafs @zoot.   Are any shaping up to be the Unicorn?

Too early to tell

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Dog Star

Landos Stash... its a very dense buds,good resiny and i like it all together..  will give short smoke report back,after finish..

 

 

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herbert
On 11/16/2017 at 3:26 AM, Dog Star said:

Landos Stash,petioles goes black.. hard to say i sees any plant that perform black petioles till now..

male was perform black stripes over polen pods,very cool to sees..

structure of a plant is great,have so much strong branches,we will sees how shes for smoke,

taked few cuts if i will love her to save for further runs..

 

 

 

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@Dog Star those internodals look great! What kind of lights? Is this soil or DWC ? Performing well for you whatever you are doing. 

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Dog Star

Am growing differently than others @herbert.. i use full organics with addition of some biodynamic tricks,no dangerous protectives,

pure soil and wormcastings and whithouth any aerators like perlite,vermiculite,peat or cocos,etc..

superfood amendments of human grade,mineral part is maerl,granite dust,zeolite,dolomitic lime..

natural silicates,vitamins,amino-acids and natural hormones as auxins,giberlins from kelp,

mychoriza and beneficial bacteries.. mostly aerated feeds..

best organic honey or mollasses to feed microherd..

 

Light is Gavita 1000 DE,tent Mammoth 150Q Elite,exhaust is S&P 1000 cubic meter per hour,few oscilating fans and one Honeywell to push air

and create wind,two inlets of 300 cubic meter per hour..  and thats it..

 

Kind regards Herbert,thanx for your kind words..

 

P.S.-- Need to addmit i didnt made good this run,i sees slight Mg hunger on plants...

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herbert

Was tha Acapulco gold the same that came as a freebie with the Zipolite Oaxacan From Bodhi? That is the best results I have seen yet. I know nowadays alot of focus is on the THC content and back in 74 when i last had it it may have come in low teens at best  and of course after cleaning the seeds out you lost 1/3 of the zip but i think it was a case of genetic, soil, sun, and acclimization but that was truly what Cheech Marin said it was. Truly bad ass weed.

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Dog Star

Yes it comes with Zipolite... didnt sees much Zipolite grows,they are faster than AG..

 

Agree Herbert.. this plants are best for under sun,closer to equator for people that can grow them,as there they will have optimum

what they need and then give best smoke..

 

i sending a rest of mine Acapulco Gold to friend in Australia,hes around 18 degrees South from equator and have volcanic soil..

am bet they will play great in his garden..

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herbert

Excellent, I read DJ shorts book on reproducing environments of the exceptional landrace and he spoke of mimicing light cycle , angle of sun, soil etc.

18 degrees 'down under'  with that soil sounds like it would be a sweet spot for that strain.

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Dog Star

Acapulco is at 16 North so its a same latitudes if we speak on sun intensity or their natural habitat..,maybe friend have better soil than Mexican folks around

Acapulco,i sees he haves red volcanic soil and a plants are always like baseball bats buds..

 

Acapulco Gold first 3-4 weeks growing whithouth some flower build,then she starts easily but i sees she also love lowering light

hours toward 11 hours of dark,building better flowers.. its a huge vigour and i belive outdoor thi plants easily goes over 5-6 meter high..

i was repot her from really small pot in bigger one and then shes so explode with growth that is hard to tame her inside tent..

 

Stinks slight on burned rubber and herbal,think better pungency comes later in flowering.. will try to finish her totally..

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OrganicFarmer

I have some Bodhi stuff I'm wanting to start. More Cowbell, love triangle, boysenberry hashplant, and dragonfruit. 

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herbert

I ran some silver mountain in a GG, I thought the buds were airy but curing since Thanksgiving has really made a difference , skunk has faded and buds tightened up, got stickier and now it is a lemon fuel . Back in the jar they go.i like his gear , of course I never saw a female plant I didn't like.

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thebigyeti

Hi all. I've got an order of Bodhi on the way from GLG. Hoping you all can help me narrow down the first 3 I should try out from these:

Space Cake
Silver Mountain
Lavender Jack
Goji OG
Blue Sunshine
Sunshine Daydream
Super Silver Hashplant
Dream Lotus
Cobra Lips
Silver Lotus
Black Raspberry
Wolf Pack

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knucklehead bob
4 minutes ago, thebigyeti said:

Hi all. I've got an order of Bodhi on the way from GLG. Hoping you all can help me narrow down the first 3 I should try out from these:

Space Cake
Silver Mountain
Lavender Jack
Goji OG
Blue Sunshine
Sunshine Daydream
Super Silver Hashplant
Dream Lotus
Cobra Lips
Silver Lotus
Black Raspberry
Wolf Pack

Looks like you cleaned him out the first time , what's left ? B|

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Tynehead Tom

I just started some More Cowbell , got 5 new sprouts up. 2 females seedlings getting close to flipping of Irene OG x 88g13hp ..... 

@thebigyeti would love to see a Lavender Jack grow...... :D

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thebigyeti
2 minutes ago, Tynehead Tom said:

I just started some More Cowbell , got 5 new sprouts up. 2 females seedlings getting close to flipping of Irene OG x 88g13hp ..... 

@thebigyeti would love to see a Lavender Jack grow...... :D

I've always wanted to try some Jack Herrer, so that one is very likely.

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Dog Star

Acapulco Gold around 15 weeks of flowering... i bet she can yield ton of buds outdoor..

 

 

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Ilynnboy

Wow 15 weeks already?

looks like week 7.

You sure have patience.

I would not / could not flower for That long....

It would have been compost Long ago for me.

Hope She is worth it.

Looks to yield well,

Hoping yours turns out to be great smoke as it looks like she might go 20 weeks..???

No fade, no red hairs, still flowering steady it looks like?

Looking like a beast.

lots of trimming coming your way in the near future.

Good vibes for a steady run til harvest..

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