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dire wolf

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Kanzeon

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Those Diesel Moon beans are outstanding, too. Yeah, they'll flower for a week or two longer than some other stuff, but ECSD hits my nostalgia button hard and those are some gassy, delicious plants. I've got a few of that x Ghash in early veg right now.
 
Dirtbag

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Hey D , yea I remember why I suggested not popping them , I think my initial desire was to share some of my better or what I considered rare collection with other growers , afterwards I started thinking that there are so many personal preferences that someone may not find the same value in a seed grow that I would...
Then it occurred that a seed grow can be a crap shoot and even time tested , things ( plants) can
Can turn out no where near the description ....

Also the bp mango , and for the most part , moonshine haze and east coast sour diesel can be a real height and time challenge , the sour diesels going up to 80 days to flower ....
It started feeling like too much responsibility to deal with

The moonshine haze is a simple cross from rare danknes , the east coast sour diesel is from my personal 20 year old clone only plant that I've got and the blue power mango is a mr nice mango , so typically I think , how can you go wrong ... And almost all my seed grows from that collection are as good as any top seed company offerings , but again , I have no idea what people are looking for , Kanzeon seemed adventurous and into trying loads of exotics and seldom heard of strains so I think I encouraged him to pop the seeds .....

But it freaked me out a little for anyone else to invest months of effort and end up unhappy .....
So I suggested to put em on hold

And after all , with all the clones available , it seems like most are going that route, just that I've been growing so long before decent clones were readily available that I'm still in the seed mindset , and regular seeds at that , but ya know , popping a dozen , or 50 , sexing , choosing pheno types , that's when I thought better let peeps do their own thing , and I'd rather just share proven clones without all the work

If your in the mood for a seed adventure , I'd go with the blue power mango , honestly it's one of the only strains I'll even smoke these days , the high , somehow , and not because of my talent is amazing , I guess I'd thank mr nice Seedbank for the mango haze ....

The example kanzeon grew out is pretty typical of mine , it's hazy in growth pattern , can be a bit firmer bud from the blue power influence , and I'd look for a pheno that dosent have the severe sativa dominance , otherwise she can shoot up like a monster and take 70 days to finish ....

I can tell you how and why I created the strain later when my fingers recover 😂😜

I have a lot of respect for this @dire wolf 👊

I'll get into them next year. I'd like to get a few tents going next year and rock a different strain in each one. Really play around.
 
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Well folks, there have been some Interesting developments over here at Casa bolsa de tierra.

I've got a project cooking that I think a lot of you are really gonna find interesting. It seems that my grows over the years have gotten progressively smaller, but for better or worse, I'm still a bit of an old school grower. While most people these days grow in tents using efficient LED technology, I've always grown In larger buildings designed for growing, and always used HID lighting, and... always had predictably great results.

But times are changing. Like I say, the vast majority of folks these days are seemingly able to produce quality at home in a small, handy space using more modern equipment. I've always wondered how I would fare, if I were constrained to such a system. Was my previous success based out of my experience with my antiquated, but effective systems? At the end of the day, I want to know... would my weed turn out as good? It's really as simple as that.

Stay tuned. This fall, we're gonna find out.

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Picked up another cheapo piece of glass... been on a real hash kick lately. This hash is called Unicorn Hunter stamp black hash, its made domestically here in British Columbia Canada. And I must say, it is some very high quality hash!

Pardon me while I blast a bowl full... View attachment 1148711
That looks beautiful, been on the hunt for hash since a while, how much do you get that for up there?
 
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