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  1. thanks for the good vibes bros! im stoked on as its my first run of all three strains. ill keep this updated for sure
  2. looks like i still didnt resize em small enough. ill get it right on the next update!
  3. so here are a few shot of the ladies i got runnin right now. its 2 oregon pineapple dogshit, 1 joeshmoe cut of Casey Jones, and 1 Dj short blueberry. pre2000. all are being grown in 2 gallon smart pots, coco media, hand watered every 48 hours with a mix of different organic foods. mainly guano and earthworm castings. about 22 days flower i think. grown in a 4x4 tent under 600 watt hortilux. pineapple dog shit CAsey jones Dj short pre2000 BB overall shot of the tent
  4. thank you for the welcome FUzzy. she did yield nicely. although i let the plant go due to late hermie tendency. baby red cherry berry is that a pheno of the NL 5? or a diff strain?
  5. while some would assume that nepal and india would have very similar landrace genetics, this is not so. a journey through the annapurna region alone would turn up some astounding results. i have seen photos of plants three meters high with pure red stems and bright gold buds. and less than a mile furthur up trail pure purple and black specimens. i honestly feel as though this would be a fantastic journey rich in hospitality and landrace cannabis. i even have access to a guide for canna trekking through nepal, a large index of the landrace genetics encountered along with elevation and region found during a month long trek. i plan to use it myself when i visit within the next few years. peace and blessings ~skis~
  6. very nice! i grew out NL5 from clone and was very pleased with the smoke. ran her a little over 120 days. had me buzzin like a bee! haha. did you aquire a clone or start from seed?
  7. here is the JAck the ripper still in soil. this is about the only situation in my life where i like bush. lol not the ex pres. haha i think this girl will dry up to about ten ounces
  8. thank you bro. im gonna find me a spot and start a little thread of what i got goin at the moment. take some photos tonight for it. right now i got Casey Jones and Pineapple Dogshit about fifteen days into flowering. the casey jones is mad sativa. atleast ten weeks, can go way longer. long sativa spears. spicy and earthy like a good sat should be. the dog shit is an old skool oregon clone. indica with a nice puff of bud set. big ol block colas. fruity and hashy.
  9. sweeet. i figured it out. needed to resize em down. here is some JACk the RIpper. about to get timmed up. just the other night. pretty recent photo
  10. hmm cant seem to figure out how to upload photos... i try to upload it to server and it say it failed each time. is there a certain size that is too large of photo? many thanks
  11. greetings! on the real, props and congrats to the greenhouse crew for these amazing adventours. pretty righteous and i gotta admit gets me a bit green with envy watching you guys do all the trekking. much respect. just getting started in overseas trips my self. went rock climbing in thailand two years ago when i turned 18 and can barely wait to go climbing in india or nepal, hopefully, next fall. also would like to make a winter trip to kasmir for some ski mountaineering. pick up some green and beans along the route. been growing since i was 16, almost 5 years now, thanks 2 moms n pops, moved to a med state and got my med license last fall. have yet to grow some greenhouse but its on the list for sure. pretty long list but its near the top. lol hope to see some sick landrace pics, learn some info and see some of ya'll around the boards. peace and blessings from the most high! ~skis~

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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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