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Out '18 / 44°N (in Russia) / 3x Neville's haze fem (GHS)

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g22, thanks a lot!
I understand everything clearly.
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Season 2012 / 6 clones Blueberry (Dutch Passion). My photo report can be viewed at this link - http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?/topic/317385-blueberry-®-fem-6-clones/
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Season 2013 / Ed Rosenthal Super Buds (Sensi Seeds).

5 weeks of flowering:

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7 weeks of flowering:

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Post-harvest photography:

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After the inflorescences from the ERSB plant dried out, their weight was 1500 grams (1.5 kg).

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For this season (2018), I deliberately chose the Neville's haze (GHS). It was very interesting to see how the almost pure sativa in Primorye will behave at 44°N.
And what I see now does not disappoint me at all, but rather the opposite.
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I ask you to understand me correctly. I do not have the opportunity to fully grow sativa indoors and outdoors until fully matured. But to get a good smoking product is quite possible (which I wrote in the title message), which is what I’m moving at.
I will say even more - I will grow clones from the Neville's haze # 02 plant next season (2019) in the street, using the LST technique ...
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Thank you for understanding!

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This is what I grew in 2016 in the very same place where Neville's haze plants are now.
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This is my sativa-dominant hybrid of the F1 generation:

Hybrid F1 = Blueberry F6 x (Ed Rosenthal Super Bud F1 x Blueberry F5).
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All photos were taken at the beginning of October 2016:

Phenotype # 01:

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Phenotype # 02:

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Phenotype # 03:

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October 21, 2018.

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End of season 2018.
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Neville's haze plant # 02

Old: 183rd day;

Flowering: 63rd day;

Smell: medium (Sweet, Exotic).
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Neville's haze plant # 03

Old: 183rd day;

Flowering: 54th day;

Smell: strong (Pepper, Blackberry and Wood).
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Both plants stopped growing inflorescences. I will not keep further - I cut it off as soon as I photographed it.

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The results of the season 2018.

For me, everything went as planned:

 1. I really wanted to grow extreme sativa in conditions of 44° north latitude of Primorsky Krai. This is a truly invaluable experience that I have gained - Thank you to “Green House Seeds” for such a great variety with such unique genetics;
 2. Now, one can say with full confidence that he will have time to mature in the territory of the Primorsky Territory of Russia, and for that, it is better not to undertake.

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Next season in 2019, I want to grow a sativa-dominant marijuana variety with a “classic sativa effect” that will fully mature in my conditions. Of all that official suppliers from European seed banks in Russia offer, two legendary varieties from Green House Seeds will be the best option:

1. Super Lemon Haze;

2. Super Silver Haze.

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These sativa-dominant varieties in the northern hemisphere ripen in mid-October. In my case, this is ideal. Both varieties are ideal for LST technology - which, in my opinion, helps to get a more stable crop outside than the usual way of growing. So, wait for my Grow Journal on “Strainhunters” in 2019 about growing one of the above-mentioned varieties from GHS, in conditions of Primorsky Krai of Russia.

See you in 2019!

Peace!

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Stop Guys!

Season 2018 though ended, but I'm still with you.
It should be very interesting to you - What kind of smoking material did “this Russian” grow by growing Neville's haze plants in conditions of 44° north latitude in Primorsky Krai?
And I will show you everything and tell you - so this is not the end.
Sprigs with buds will dry for 3 weeks, after that I will do two “smoke reports” - for two fetotypes. In this regard, the plant # 02 not bad grew inflorescences in the upper part: on the central stake and slightly lower, on the side branches.
After three weeks, I will photograph the dry Neville's haze inflorescences and show you.

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No g22, I have thoughts already in 2019. I'm getting ready.
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Before cutting the plants, I took a few short videos and uploaded them to YouTube, if you're interested, here are the links:

https://youtu.be/vTPxf1aF-K4

https://youtu.be/pPOliZJaYkY

https://youtu.be/jrlN2u7YK3A

https://youtu.be/yOjLpn2HX-Q

https://youtu.be/gxw642jovjk

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Thanks for sharing a great grow journal @Chesterland

 

It has been really interesting following your grow, it will be great to see how the end product turns out and read your smoke report.

 

Reserving myself a seat ready for the 2019 season

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