Urban Guerilla

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  1. It's all about the overall crop I imagine. More light more weight. My problem is amount if light and duration. I grow in poly tunnel in Ireland and photoperiod difficult. It's end September before length of sunlight drops to nearc12 hours. Then it's mold and damp. I am going to try Early Maroc and hope for some nice hash. 😀
  2. Hi I have been experimenting with polytunnel and plastic greenhouse as thought glass gets too hot. Anyway last summer it went really well but needed lots of ventilation. To start I dug a hole under polytunnel maybe 3m long by 1m deep and 1 meter wide and filled it with layers of straw then horse manure and then sealed with fine grade compost. Just planted seeds straight into ground in early March. Well it worked. A northern light and 2 hybrids survived two heavy snowfalls and minus 10 frost. The heat generated from the horse manure was enough to defeat the cold. Never got anything other than dark green leaf and eventually buds. Worth the sweat and TOIL.
  3. Hi anyone grew Afgooey in polytunnel in UK or Ireland? When can it be harvested? Thanks
  4. I grew a lemon haze CBD hybrid this year and a great smoke as only 12% THC. The CBD really smooths out the head buzz when you don't want your head going like a train lol. Also have much less back pain now.
  5. Hi Cure Just wanted to say hello and I am with you Brother. Life can be cruel and harsh but being strong gets you through life. I don't have Crohn's disease but Diverticulitis which, has some simular symptoms and is a real game changer. It took 10 years to find the right Consultant to operate on me. Previous surgery did not cure me and only created more issues. I lost part of my bowel and bladder from infection. I went critical 3 times during the last surgery due to blood loss and lasted 8 hours. That was two and a half years ago and waiting for a resection to get it all running autonomously again. My Consultant saved my life for sure!! I am currently in good health but am worried disease will return. I have grown several strains so far ( northern lights and a haze/CBD hybrid) organically in a polytunnel and makes me feel good. BUT I am not sure IF these particular strains will prevent a recurrence of Diverticular Disease. I am looking for that strain. Has any strain really helped you and your family? I do know there are similarities between us with inflammation and pain. But what I have been told is with me it's the immune system breaking down that triggers a massive attack and hospitalisation and where the antibiotics just don't help. Anyway I am here to chat if it helps.
  6. Hi Does anyone else suffer from Diverticulitis. It's not Crohn's disease or IBS.. It develops in bowel and linked to immune system and very nasty and life threatening. I have had some of my bowel and bladder removed due to inflection and in good health. But I am worried it may come back. Does anyone have any suggested strain to boost immune system? I have searched and searched but never came across what I want and what I need. Thanks
  7. Hi My first post. Can you grow proper weed in a polytunnel in Ireland? I have grown autos no trouble, northern lights and a haze hybrid. But want to grow Afgan and Haze type photoperiod plants. Ireland is far West of Europe and doesn't seem to get dark early enough before damp and cold sets in. Anyone out there with some ideas.

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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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