Guanogusano

Help in identifying unknown strain

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Hi there...here! I am a 100% colombian landrace....who ended up in cold germany due to love....this is my third year growing outdoors and the first decent harvest ahead. Problem is strains are unknown. Anybody wants to take a look and give opinions?

 

 

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Hello guanogusano and welcome to forum :)

 

It looks very interesting strain, but by the type of leaf I think it is not a pure sativa. It looks more like a hybrid variety (50% / 50%). However it is very beautiful.

 

What are your doubts exactly?


regards

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Thanks Jose.gh!

Thats good News! I wasnt sure if I had to wait so long (10-12 weeks) as for pure Sativas to reach maturity. It is getting real wet and cold up here....so I might get ready to harvest this or next week! I will update on wednesday!

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Magnificent looking plants.

 

Towers of gold, green and purple THC.

 

Enjoy your harvest!

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