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Discussion in 'Mandalorian Genetics' started by FullDuplex, May 12, 2019.
Oh and these came
Bio-Patrol is in full swing now! --outstanding.... love the mantis' babies! Perhaps your boy has found his Totum spirit animal,....
Oh man, the strain choices are Prime- ..Dream Berry,.... Durban P', some landrace fun! Look at those amazing leaves, so slender and elegant- .... Cherry Cookies sounds enticing too,.... All are farm cuts I assume?
I might have to stop at my hydro shop this week and pick up some mantis babies. They are too cute! My outdoor photoperiod gals will like the preening I’m sure.
All ready to do battle!
Maybe I have and I’ll take it over my Chinese zodiac animal....
The choices are special to me, everything is from seed in there
The Durban was the one I started last winter. Cloned it after it showed sex and vegged it until it was ready to go out. Seed was from early 2000’s. Had 3 one poped and was female.
The blue dreams and cherry cookies are from a fellow med grower here in Wa. Word has it he is actually somewhere close to the legend @StickMan.
We connected last season over some CBG talks and he sent me a batch of seed to try. Stuff that’s been grown and bred in our wet season environment. Cali May be known for good weed but we have good weed that’s resistant to mold and mildew.
And another top tip. I’m throwing everything I’ve learned over the last year or so in organics at this one.
Here we have FPJ or fermented plant juice. The idea is grabbing similar, alike, or plants grownn in your environment and using them as a foliar feed. Plant probiotics and natural ferts if you will.
I’ve used the green new growth from the evergreens here in my back yard. Should help build a local defense.
Right on I have been learning all I can about organics. Will be running some kis organics biochar mix next run and probably every run after. I am still learning about compost teas and trying to learn the best setup for a worm bin (Clackamas Coot) but also where to source these ingredients seems like an insurmountable task lol.
Looks really really great man I am so jealous and can't wait to have my own land soon.
The bio char from kis is where it’s at. The others do well until flower and need a boost. The bio char needs water only from what we’ve seen.
Slowly building hoping for a worm farm next yeah. Slowly constructing my environment.
Appreciate the kind words here’s hoping it goes well.
This girl, even though I dig my other lines has myeye for sure. This is the first time I’ve ever grown something that leaned this hard towards a true sativa.
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--- this House rocks! ..pardon the tag lag,.....
.... dewd, that Durban is going to be a star! I'm stoked you're growing some African goodness this season along with me,....
... oh yeah, nothing like landrace Sativa genetics, those leaves tell the tale! large, lean fingered, interesting posture, makes for a very elegant presentation... if you get a chance, have a peek at Hecno's Laotian cross Dragon queens too, very interesting and gorgeous,....
A fine showing of African stuff here recently,...have you see Ribbzzy's Zamadelica auto's? Absolutely spot-on and giving him the business despite all the training etc.- he's a damn fine grower and skilled LST man, bloody good thing too!