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    Hello I seem to be able to use technology a little better in daylight hours so will have a crack at this. I'm not a strain hunter, just a very well travelled weed aficionado who seems to always end up in bizarre places but I always manage to sample the local offerings ive kept a Journal of strains and where and any good for the last thirty years, always been around growers and am in the process of applying for a research licence. My two main areas of research are climate suited strains hoping to cut down the energy footprint of commercial grows which rely heavily on aircon in Australia and developing a natural plant hormone derived "tonic" used in conjunction with your existing fertiliser regime. Testing has been very promising on all crops I've used - increased yield, slightly quicker growth rates, getting hold of that apical dominance and encouraging plants to branch out horizontally aiming for shorter internode spacing. I have three family members with cancer at the moment who are all annoyed that no doctor here seems to want to be the first to prescribe. So, yes, it's personal too. I was given some land on Tanna island in Vanuatu for my translating and advisory services (I speak Bislama and Pidgen, the worlds two least needed languages) and at some stage would like to assist the village women in using the landraces that grow all over the island to weave mats they pay their kids school fees with, and also perhaps to come up with something better than a nambas for their husbands to wear....it's difficult to give advice on tourism development when you are the only person on the island without your bum bare. There are a couple of places I'd like to help out - Madagascan ladies who do the most amazing embroidery and use the landrace there as fire kindling, and the people of PNG who have an amazing strain but no idea that it can be used for anything other than getting stoned, drinking, chewing betel nut and subsequently beating each other up. Ive been extremely lucky to have lived this life less ordinary so feel an obligation to give something back, and I can't think of anything better to give back than this awesome herb I've chased around the planet. I'm not a strain hunter and would never call myself that so I will settle with Canna geographer Thanks for having me and I'm sure I will be able to learn a lot from you all
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    Hello Hunters, Hope your all are well for this begining of july? The grow are now at week 7 of flowering and this week i watering 2x the plants with 3ltr of 1,8ec / 6,5 ph & 1x just plain water. Here are the pics of the week FrancoLemonCheese FrancoLemonCheese Toxic Toxic Ripper Haze Riper Haze Next week i begining the flush for the FrancoLemonCheese and the Toxic,,, But i will wait 1 or 2 more weeks for the Ripper haze,,, So see you for the next update hunters!
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    Hello Hunters, Here are some pics of the end of week 3 of flowering... The plants grow nicelly and bushy! Iam very happy rigth now! I watering the plant with 2,5ltr every twos day's and the buds are coming GROUP SHOT Franco Lemon Cheese Toxic See you for the next update hunters, have a nice and beautifull end of week!
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    Wats up r.a.s 😂
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    Que bonita esa Rhino g22 queda muy zen How beautiful that Rhino g22 is very Zen
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    Lemon haze my favorite strain, rip Franco(
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    Sounds like one of those magical moments where words are not necessary and the herb provides the communication

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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.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

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