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Magus Genetics Strain Guide

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Strain details for Magus Genetics

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    • Smokebelch
      @ratdogYeah mon, I love popping seeds anyway and when it’s your own cooking makes it even more fun.   Good luck with your cooking dude, it sounds really nice, I am putting a big king veged in flower soon, can’t wait to see what that does, I think might chuck some pollen on her.   I hope you find something nice in my seeds dude. 
    • Nervous
      If you find yourself over watering plants that size, I find using a 20/50ml syringe helps me avoid saturating the medium and keep on an even increase as time goes by  
    • Larry Badgeley
      Braised Lamb Shanks. Horseradish Mash. A cheeky Rioja and a smoke of Blue Cheese.
    • cannathc
      Clones grow more compact and better, because they are more 'advanced' in age than seedlings, which are brand new plants.   Basically, when you take a cutting off a mother/donor plant, it retains the same 'age' as the donor, and often plants do not reach their full potential until vegged for a few months, so by taking a cutting, you are not only inheriting the 'age' of the mother/donor, you are also getting a plant that grows more compact and stronger than a seed plant