I have been meaning to come back and talk about the reason PR often looked the colour it did along with Golds and other reds etc
Thanks reef have 10 packs of your gear now and i must say the quality size and uniformity of the beans is on point cheersI have been meaning to come back and talk about the reason PR often looked the colour it did along with Golds and other reds etc
As I have learned about the PR line this year it has a amazing ability to handle high humidity without rotting or moulding , When plants are dried and cured in highly humid zones or very quickly under hot dry conditions as many of the classic 70's strains were it had a influence on the coloration of the dried flowers also as I will will try to demonstrate with pictures from Mexico in the future when I can dig them up .
Some strains have really strange reactions to certain soils , as much as we would like our perfectly cared for plants to resemble the historical description that has been passed down orally and in photography , without matching the conditions of production soil conditions drying methods its very unlikely that we will reproduce the product .
The Mexican and Colombian gold types I know from personal experience are easier to get those expressions from when they are dried in the sun or quickly dried and allowed to cure often these "gold expressions" will emerge .
Now Coastal Panama and Panama generally is a very humid country , as I have witnessed in Coastal Mexico which is not as humid as Panama the Humidity can alter the coloration of drying MJ , having seen how well the PR resist mould and humidity this year I suspect the colour was greatly influenced by a very slow drying of the plants under extremely high humidity .
I don't know of any other plant that can take what PR will take and not rot off the stalks .
Thanks Ned some of the seeds were produced via photo manipulation others are produced indoors , not every plant produced such pretty dark striped seeds , the main and most vital ? is do they germinate .Thanks reef have 10 packs of your gear now and i must say the quality size and uniformity of the beans is on point cheers