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    • vince noir rock n roll star
      whats the yield weight say on the pot ?    good luck chap ..sounds techinical 
    • GreengoStarr
      Just an explanatory note about the name at the top of the document. Please bear with me as it is indeed relevant. One thing I learnt while I was living in Brazil is that Portugal expelled the jews and banished them to Brazil.  To escape persecution (read hide), most, if not all, changed their surnames to avoid their jewish origins. In one of the dumbest moves in history, they chose the names of inanimate objects, trees and animals because, well, no one would be able to tell that they weren't regular folks with regular names. The famous author, Paulo Coellho, is a case in point as his surname means rabbit (it can be any colour, not necessarily white) and the name Pereira, at the top of the quoted document,  means pear tree!   Even though the number of Jews in Brazil is minor, their influence is enormous and jewish monuments, in the form of the menorah for example, are everywhere, especially in Rio de Janeiro.  
    • smokie1 b c f c
      what strain is that @choppers mate ? looks fruity.   
    • Conspiranought
      imho the list is a good thing to go by if you're a newb though. I think most on here will know the list is quite inaccurate for the same reasons you said. I bet there is quite a lot of strains nobody would think of or bother growing but would turn out to be great for us really.