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Greetings from an Extreme Sativa Lover

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Hi GHS and forum goers.

 

I have followed GHS work since 2011. R.I.P. Franco, see you on the other side brother.

 

My favorite GHS documentary by far was The Congo. I wish this pure stimulant landrace was sold by seed.

 

My favorite sativas are the pure stimulant variety so please look forward to seeing some indoor and outdoor grows of various sativa strains from the Nepalese, Thailand, and African regions.

 

Also I am very interested in experimenting with various LED wavelengths to maximize response from the plant.

 

In a perfect world I have unlimited super-soil, very complex, with different piles all containing separate variety and organic matter content for different terpene production. And a big pond to grow on mud piles like in Jamaica creeks. 

 

Happy growing and stay kind

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Hello and welcome to forum 

 

We hope you enjoy the forum by sharing experiences, curiosities and some photos :)

Greetings! 

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No way Jose.

 

I kid.

 

Thank you for the kind welcome

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The definition of patience - extreme Sativa lover :) 

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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.

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