mauritian grower

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    Growin only organic herbs.. inspired by rastafarian culture and thoughts of lightin up a fat cone and burnin down the system..

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  1. Hi freeherb, your plant does resemble like the Ethiopian highland(shashemene). Not too bad for your first grow. This plant demands alot of light most preferably sunlight and minimum disturbance. Try out different fertilisers and organic feeding such as composted manures. Some plants may also be tricky to sex. My advice is to grow out some 10 to 15 plants on your next grow, with time you will recognise how the plant behaves and the characteristics of the different phenos. She is very easy to flower indoors and will readily produce buds once the light cycle changes to flowering. Send me a message if you need help. Good luck
  2. They were around 2-3 months
  3. I realy love reading your works Seshata, keep up the good job
  4. REST IN PEACE FRANCO... brought so much knowledge and happiness to the people of Kenya. I learned to grow these buds just by watching this mans videos.
  5. Appreciate the comment. The last grow was not topped and they grew differently, i think this time the sativa traits came out well. She smells very fruity, just complex fruit flavours but no pine. Personally i think this strain is amongst the strongest in northern Africa. The seeds came directly from farmers in Shashemene Ethiopia, her original home. This is a small plant, if grown in big pots with proper lights and fertiliser and the right pheno, you can get half a kilo easy.
  6. Greetings... Window grow yes. During the day they get sunlight and night i supply with CFL, Flowering only in sunlight. Im an organic farmer, all these plants are growing in pure dirt with manure and some other natural composts and teas no fertiliser bought whatsoever. The plants never get so big because of how i grow and this is landrace indoor.
  7. Look up Ethiopian Highland cannabis seeds.
  8. Hi Rushil did you finish those plants? That plant resembles so many landraces even the Malawi Gold. Although this is definitely an Indian or Nepali strain. Your environment looks like its hot with strong sun. You should try light deprivation next time, the process might accelerate the flowering stage.

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