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  1. Thank you for your opinion ragamuffin. I totally support this oppinion and this is exactly what i planned to do. Actually i am trying different % of Sativa starting fom 60% to 100% sativa. I truly believe that mold is just in the rainy season a problem, in the dry season as i explained it is not such a big issue with mold. Furthermore, i also totally agree with your approach of additional light. Based on my talks with some legends from the industry they explained me that in jamaica for the mother plants and for the veg they just have normal bulbs hanging on the field. As you know in order to keep them in veg you really dont need such strong light. Would be happy to keep the conversation here in listen to your opinions.
  2. I really believe it is the rain. Pls. check temperature in Chiang Mai in this season: Doesnt go below 20°C but rain is crazy. Therefore, also sativas dont have so dense buds that mold is not created as easy as with dense buds. Will keep you guys updated based on my experiences. I can just tell you that there is really a lack of knowledge. I met Alan Dronkers in Thailand and we talked a lot about the issues. What i realized is that everybody is really afraid trying sth there because of different issues. But you know the saying guys: everybody said it is not working until one guy just came and did it =D
  3. Hey guys! Im back from Thailand and saw asome nice crops. First of all there is lack of knowledge regarding optimized growing methods. However, i saw Northern lights growing there without any mold. It was quite fascinating. But the reason is that it is in the dry season, where even indicas are growing. Assumption of course is that it was really a northern lights. However, they are growing automatic seeds and when i looked at their plants i would guess a max of 200 gram per plants dry. Fascinating was that they actually import the soil from germany in order to grow the plants. Im currently asking myself the question how much percentage is minimum needed for a strain to sustain the rainy season. What do you guys think?
  4. Dear Jose, does Greenhouse Experts have experience with growing hybrids in tropical climate? CBD i think not but maybe THC strains. Would love to hear your insights.
  5. Currently we are waiting for the license. Whats your background @g22?
  6. @gasmeter Im already in touch with Green House regarding it. Dont get me wrong, i have a clue about growing. We are testing the soil, checking the environment etc. However I did not find anywhere CBD related genetics for tropical climate. Therefore, i wanted to bring some knowledge to the community and elaborate different stuff. Im in touch with growers from colorado which have friends growing large scale in colombia. Will update you guys. Hopefully next year i will be able to provide some nice pics from the grow!
  7. We will be using them in order to produce oil and isolates as currently the market is just allowing this with less legal issues. However, we are already looking also for high potential THC seeds. When markets are open we will adapt. Im really figured out that the most important thing regarding categories is that they have actually to be heat resistant and moisture resistant, otherwise we will have mold everywhere!
  8. @R.G.S why arent you a friend of low THC? Do you think there are more canabinoids in high THC content flowers? We are also growing the THC flowers, but currently this will be in a way smaller sclae due to regulations. I came actoos the fact to choose between photoperiod and autoflowers. Im totally aware of the difference. As Thailand is having quite constant daylight around 12 hours the benefit of the autoflowerings would be to not give them external lights in order to keep them in vegetative. However, im not totally sure if the photoperiod seeds may have better genetics. Do you guys have more info about this maybe? Thx in advance!
  9. Ok have to learn how to quote and post things here.
  10. Hey guys, thank you for your input. Currently the law allows to grow outdoor cannabis with up to 1% THC. I created a Database with most of the seeds i found available with high CBD and <1% THC content, i also got a contact from colorado which is breeding especially CBD strains. However, I still dont know what the best category would be to define which strain would be better for this certain climate. If you have any advise just tell me. They mostly grow sativas there. Regarding the unprecise definiton about 1 year, yes @R.G.S i meant how am i able to make more crops per year. Based on people from Thailand i mostly got the info that they grow onece per year. After checking the their strain THAI STICK I figured out that these strain is flowering 14 to 20 weeks. We will start with the first batch in April with choosen CBD Strains. Most probably the area where we will start will be 2.4 hectar and im planning to plant 10-20 different genetics. In total there will be around 10,000 plants. @g22 They are in talks but it is not totally fixed that 6 plants are free. I would like that it goes through. @OG.Naj We are currently exactly doing this. Checking what is the best place at the area what we have available. The thing is that somewhere close to the place is a drain water lake. Hopefully this will not affect our area based on micro and macro nutrients in the soil. Will keep you guys updated!
  11. Hey guys, we are planning a big operation in Thailand to grow CBD-Cannabis. If you have any infos regarding Strains, how to cultivate more than 1 per year, how to cultivate the best? I would be really happy. I have experience in growing in Europe but Thailand ist totally new to me. Cheers Sens

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