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Hi all.

I'm from South Africa currently growing some bagseed Sativa as a first time grow. Very excited to be a part of this forum to learn some new tricks and improve my grow and hopefully get to offer something.

All the best

Baconovich

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Hi I mate, welcome to the forum

Sativa plant that looks good :) Although rare Also see red light led you use? It seems that soon you can smoke this beautiful planta QUe info can give her?

Regards!

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Hey thanks Jose.gh

I'm actually just using a standard HPS. For some reason it came out red on my camera phone. 

This unknown Sativa is in her 9th week of flower. She's huge and almost ran out of space....hard to get quality seeds down here so decided to give this bagseed Sativa a go for my very first grow. 

Have definitely learned alot before going into a more serious grow with better genetics. Hoping to learn a thing or two on this forum :pleasantry:

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