Chefblake420

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  1. The plant in the blue container was a seed from an oz of something called Jamaican Jam I bought from one of the recreational stores. There were about a dozen gorgeous viable seeds in the oz, I sprouted them all picked the best looking one and gave the rest away since I allready have more than enough plants for the season. The smaller plant in the other picture was a seed from a bag of something called locktite. This one I actually just poked into the soil of my vegetable garden and forgot about it then one day there was a cannibas plant there ๐Ÿ˜€ when I took the picture it was being pelted with the sprinkler so that's why the leaves are sort of down turned, I'll update later in flower cycle
  2. How did this flower turn out? It looks delicious๐Ÿ˜‹
  3. I'm growing these seeds rite now. The killimanjaro. Here's some pictures. I've wondered myself if the worldofseeds landraces are truly seeds from the actual landraces. All you can do is hope lol
  4. So these girls are supposed to take 12-14 weeks of flower time and where I live I'm lucky if I get 12 weeks so what I did was carry them into an out-building to induce artificial darkness 12 and 12. I did this for about two weeks give or take and then stopped as soon as the rest of my plants began to flower. I believe I've succeeded in putting them a couple weeks ahead of the natural schedule. When the flower is finally ready I wanna try making thai-stick you know with the bamboo stick and Rasta hair. I'll update later in flower cycle ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  5. Oh yeah I wasn't really asking anything. My understanding of pure sativas was the same as yours that they take a long time, but apparently this particular one is a rare exception, which was why I chose them this year, it blew my mind as well. Worldofseeds.com says it's a 100 percent pure African sativa landrace but I suppose you never really know for sure with genetics from online seed companies.
  6. Ya some of them are definitely super long flower period like you say, but this particular sativa is not. This is s my first time growing it the killimanjaro but the website I bought the seeds from says 8-9 weeks! Super short huh?
  7. Hey thanks RGS๐Ÿ˜€ I think the end of September would be a great time to update pictures, they will be almost finished by then I believe
  8. Once about 5 years ago I bought some clones from a medical dispensary in Seattle of a strain called Sand Widow. I've since never been able to find seeds or even any information about this strain other than some reviews of it for California dispensaries, anyways idk if I could pick a favorite strain ever but that Sand Widow allways sticks out as the tastiest I've ever grown or smoked. Even now I can close my eyes and still remember the sweet bouquet of rotting fruit, gasoline, and baby vomit. Absolutely delicious!!!๐Ÿ‘Œ
  9. Hey thanks my friend! It's funny you mention the Ketama hash I was thinking about learning about the Moroccan style of hash making and making the hash from the Ketama plants that way, instead of the ice water method I usually use. I'll do some kind of journal and pictures here on the forum of how it turns out๐Ÿ˜Ž
  10. How's it going red Barn? I was responding to your inroduction post because you mentioned an interest in African pure sativas, I happen to be growing a few different African landrace strains one of them is a pure African sativa from Kenya called killimanjaro. You can check em out in the outdoor grow journals under the title African landraces grown in central Washington. Check out world of seeds.com their pure origins collection, I swear they may even have that Congolese landrace you mentioned
  11. Wow your canopy is so perfectly even! I've allways had a hard time acheiving that. I actually recently switched from hps and mh to led myself but I just assumed yours must be mh/hps because it looks so perfectly professional, frankly I didn't know led could have such even coverage. I mostly focus on my outdoor but seeing pictures of your grow makes me want to spend more time with my indoor grow tent. Anyways thanks for answering and sharing looking forward to seeing more!
  12. Awsome dude! What kind of lighting are you using hps? What wattage?
  13. arjyuan

    Gorgeous ๐Ÿ‘
  14. So I decided to test out led lighting, ive allways used mh and hps for my indoor grows but the cost of running all that energy and the heat it puts off has soured me to it the last few years I've just focused on my outdoor. Upon looking into it I found that led runs cool and barely takes any power to run it so I ordered an 8 square foot tent and a thousand watt LED light. Since I'm experimenting with new equipment I decided to go with some auto flower since they go faster, so far so good, I definitely love the tent. In the past I've always just the entire spare room with mylar and hung lights from ceiling but the tent is much cleaner, the led seems to be doing just fine as well I'd say. I'll update toward the end of flower cycle ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  15. Is that on your roof dude? Nice! What part of the world is it growing in?

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