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  1. mmm looks delicious
  2. haha, thanks
  3. It is basically a very old local heirloom or a wild growing variety in the area that has adapted to the local climate and conditions. There is some ambiguity to the term as there are no clear cut definitions of what animal or plant is a true landrace
  4. there is always a chance of plant turning in to ''hermie'' or creating couple male pollen sacks due to enviromental stresses, like from heat, cold, soil drying too much, light cycle changes and so on, there are multiple factors to it and some plants can handle these stresses better than others but there is always a chance that it can happen with any female. it is very common to see just couple pollen sacks around the 4th node in first half of flowering and none after that, so keep watching those lower nodes and branches in the shaded areas, it is more likely to happen there and if you catch them in time you can avoid any seeds
  5. it is a female
  6. if you upload from your computer than you must use the ''insert existing attachment'' button
  7. Insert image from URL button
  8. you mean this one lol, i used the insert other media button
  9. indoor grow

    Im sorry to hear cindy, i also lost everything recently as i started to slack a bit with my routines. Keep your chin up girl
  10. i agree with what jose said and i would add a simple metafora that the leafs are basically solar panels&factories that collect energy and use it to create sugars and the flowers essentially so defoliation will just lower your harvest and there is clear evidence for it. when you defoliate a plant the plant will just end up trying to recover from the damage and grow new leafs to replace the lost leafs instead of making more flowers, you get smaller harvest and it has been proven with tests on food crops, but it can be beneficial to trim the lower shaded branches and nodes that wont give you quality flowers/fruits in the first place depending on the light levels, plant size and genetics
  11. have you been in north korea? pretty much only people you will ever meet there speak perfect english if you visit as tourist:D its part of the propaganda machine in fact they have had mandatory english classes in schools since 1978
  12. looking good, now that it is starting to flower proper it will start to eat a lot more potassium and phosphorous and less nitrogen, but mainly the potassium untill the ripening phase so it would be ideal moment to start switching to bloom specific food ratio
  13. i use the cannabis trim leafs that dont have resin or very little resin from my plants to dilute too strong or sticky buds for joints, i find the knapster taste horrible as well you can slow dry and cure the leafs just like buds and they can get very mild and sweet taste in the end
  14. np m8, looking very good
  15. hahaha

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

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