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CALIFORNIA 2011

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we have been working on this project since January. these plants are being grown in compliance with proposition 215 and SB420. there is a wide variety of strains here...

the first picture is a hybrid I made, its the Super Lemon Haze X Deep Chunk

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these pictures show part of the garden, I'll have more pictures of this project later

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I seen there a very nice raised bed with no plants in it, whats the ones being transplanted to there?

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Shit romeu nothing scapes your eye. Nice plants man, l also love making my own hybrids. You´ve got a lot of space, any problems with the feds? their, Isn´t it a bit early for the plants to be flowering?

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Very nice garden you have there!!

I'd love to have one like this ^^

Here in France outdoor grows have been starting to show pistils 3 4 weeks ago now, so maybe in california it's a little earlier ^^

I suppose it's for medical growth right?

Anyway very nice garden

Have a good grow

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Most of the credit goes to my friend(s) they are investing a lot of time, money and effort into this. I did my part by taking them clones and seedlings from my garden. This year I have taken about 120 - 130 plants to this location, the strains from my garden came from seeds that I have ordered from the UK, Holland, and Canada. The other strains are from other growers and dispensaries in california. I am going back there soon to deliver more plants, I think it is amazing how big they can get when they are grown outdoors in the sun.

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It looks like the local topography is somewhat uneven.

In the second picture down, it looks like the ground has been levelled , to create a terraced grow area.

The wooden boards look like they are for retaining soil and to stop it spilling on to the terraced area.

This is a best guess, without seeing more detailed pictures.

It is a sight to behold , so many beautiful plants.

though looks like a lot of trimming come harvest day.

Good work to you and your friends

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Im going to see my friends garden today, they tell me the plants are almost ready. I'll take pictures and upload them as soon as I get a chance...

peace

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Wonderful place to work on!

Amazing!!
Keep them coming, thanks!

Take care

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Im blown away - magnificent garden, would love to take some deep breaths in the middle of that

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truley a king size garden very nice plants beautiful and i wish patience with trimming those buds it will take weeks i guess even with help.........

bless&joy

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Here are some more pictures to check out...

The plant pictured here is the same plant from post #1, this is one of the first hybrids that I created. I used a male Deep Chunk and a female Super Lemon Haze. Both of them were exceptional plants, especially the Super Lemon Haze (mother plant)

Super Lemon Haze x Deep Chunk

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LA Confidential (below)

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Super Lemon Haze (below)

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AK-47 (below)

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there are 4 plants in that blue pot, its a hybrid I made... I used a female LSD from Barney's Farm and the male Deep Chunk I used to create the SLH x Deep Chunk

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some other pictures...

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the big plant is a New City Citral (below). I got a pack of freebies in an order from sannie's shop. We have a couple of slightly different phenos, one of them is very very big and the other is a little smaller and is showing some pink colored pistils. the smaller plant on the left is a sannie's jack (one of my clones)

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the garden is looking good, a few pests here and there but not too bad. I was not able to take as many pictures as I wanted to because I forgot to bring the memory card for the camera. I should have taken more close up pictures of the buds, next time...

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the two pictures above show three Sour Cream plants, they have a very sativa / christmas tree like appearance, they are tall 6 - 8 ft if not more and they smell really nice like everyhting else in this amazing garden

The Killing Fields

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Cherry Kush

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Plush Berry

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the harvesting began a week ago but not all of the plants are ready. As the plants ripen over the next 4 - 8 weeks they will be harvested

The Super Silver Haze plants need another 4 weeks at least, we have two Ed Rosenthal Super Bud plants that look like late maturing sativa dominant plants, the Sannie's Jack takes a long time to finish too. We dont know when our Neville's Haze will be ready, she is probably the tallest plant there and will be one of the last to be harvested, some of them may need to finish in a green house

in about a month we will start manicuring and bagging the buds

were going to make bubble hash too

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beautifull plants! I love the strains that change color :D

I tried find the strain Rama Mama on the web but i was unable to find anything on it.

Where can I find those seeds?

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One deffinition of paradise is - A place of bliss; a region of supreme felicity or delight; hence, a state of happiness.

It would seem to me that you have made a Paradise, congratulaions on such a wonderful garden full of such delights.

I look forwards to seeing some of the dried buds.

Will you give us a smoke report too?

Peace to the highest

Lamsbread

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Cocolate Rain (Chocolope x Cocoa Kush) I started this plant as a seed but I didn't know she was going to get this big, heavy producer

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Rama Mama (below)

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the Nevilles Haze (Green House) is in the raised bed, its the tall one in the back on the right side with the long branches (below)

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