Darko9

Avid grower South Africa

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This is my first post in this forum. I thought it a good idea to start by some background regarding my growing experience and history. 

 

I am a mid 30s adult that live in South Africa and have been growing for personal use for more than 10 years. I fell in love with the plant the moment I took my first drag. What  intrigued me was the complexity, veriaty and diversity of the plant and of course the effect. It was only later in my early 20s that I started my research and experimentation in growing. As I live in South Africa where we have lots of sunshine, I mainly grew outdoor and mostly local strains where I got the seeds from the local pot I smoked at the time. Since then I have grown a number of different amazingly diverse strains, all natural and organic..... somewhat since n use vegetable fertilizer from time to time to nurture and replenish my soil.

 

 

 

 

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Hi Darko9 and welcome to forum :)

 

Hey, those buds look fantastic, really resinous and tasty. Now I'm jealous haha

 

Enjoy the forum :)

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