Jul 9, 2018

The best strains to grow

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Some of my favourite strains to grow or smoke

 

Lemon skunk: Strain Overview: Lemon Skunk was created in Amsterdam by crossing two different Skunk varieties. It took off as a popular strain with growers and consumers for its high yield and quality buds. This hybrid’s lemony, earthy flavor prefaces an uplifting and energizing high. Grow Techniques: This plant needs room to grow vertically. If growing indoors, use either soil or hydroponic setups, but switch your plant to flowering before they grow too big. Outdoors, this plant will take off in the sun and produce large yields. Have trellising in place to support the buds and branches as they stretch. Flowering Time: 8-9 weeks Yield: High Easy to moderate Climate: Lemon Skunk can handle wetter and more humid climates due to its sativa bud structure. It prefers temperatures between 68 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Indoor/Outdoor: Grows best outdoors where the plant can reach its fullest potential. Feeding: If growing outside, start with healthy soils and feed with compost teas. Top-dress with diverse nutrients throughout the season. Indoors, this strain can take moderate feedings. she's a serious resin producer and high yeilder and a hard plant overall.

 

 

 

Jul 9, 2018

Blue Kush: Blue Kush loves being looked after. Besides, her extreme vigour and resistance to moisture make the whole process far easier. In fact, being so undemanding and flexible, this cannabis strain is perfect for inexperienced growers. Standard watering and fertilizing regimes will be enough for Blue Kush to show her full potential. Indoors, the results are excellent regardless of the growing method used, even in hydroponics, SCROG and SOG. However, this marijuana plant feels at ease in warm, dry and temperate climates or under the protection of the greenhouse. Outdoors, she’ll be ready by early-mid October, in some 60 days, which is a great asset for the cannabis grower due to her incredibly short flowering cycle. Blue Kush showcases an array of really interesting organoleptic qualities. Getting a bit close to her should be enough to notice how rich, fresh and refined her aroma is: hints of lemon, pine and berries marvelously mixed result from crossing a Blueberry and an OG Kush. A gift for the senses that seduces even the most sybarite and expert lover of the strong and complex flavours of marijuana.

 

 

 

Jul 9, 2018

SOMA's New york city Diesel: The NYC Diesel has its roots in the Big Apple, a friend brought the seeds and said that it was the best pot he ever smoked, he had dreads down to the ground so I believed him. This Cannabis tastes and smells like Ripe Red Grapefruits, once you touch the fresh buds you can't smell the other strains in your room or garden. NYC Diesel will leave you with an Exotic Taste, an Exotic Smell and an Exotic High.

 

 

 

Jul 11, 2018

Hi chef. Yeah i would highly recommend it, i grew some indoors and its everything you want in a plant its a hardy strain can take big changes in enviorment and fluxuations, its some beautiful smoked even after a few days cure. very strong, i would go with the greenhouse version i have yet to try dna or others but i had a beautiful plants from greenhouse. im interested in nuken now since i seen you grow it that or acapalco gold or the lambs breathe? what would bank would you recommend

Jul 11, 2018

Soma's Amnesia Haze: This 1 is a personal favorite won first prize at the High Times Cannabis Cup 2012. Amnesia Haze is a very complicated genetic cross. You have the magnificent Southeast Asian genetics, (Thai sticks, Cambodian, Laotian) of which were my all time favorites. Then you have the fine Jamaican Haze varieties with their high THC percentage and sharp flavor. It also has an Afghani-Hawaiian genetic crossed in, speeding up the flowering time and further enhancing the taste. The result is a strain that has won first place in 3 different cannabis contests in the Netherlands in the past years, including The High Times Cannabis Cup 2004. Barney’s Breakfast Bar won first place for the all-around Cannabis Cup with the Amnesia Haze that he got from me. It has continued to be one of his best sellers to this present date. For a grower the Amnesia Haze is a slight challenge, taking up to 13 weeks to finish flowering, but with the excellent yield and amazing high and taste, it is well worth it. Iim pretty sure there is a few phenos of this strain as its very complicated in history but the pheno's soma has are the originals you want the fuely pinesol , hazey, sweetish, black pepper smell & taste and you know you have the original. its one of the best hazes cannabis has to offer its really unique. if you ever come across this pheno clone it and save it forever because we are 100% going to lose the original soon

 

 

 

 

Jul 13, 2018

all I can say is wow !! that's beautiful !!! (-: .….

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