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Dinafem Seeds Strain Guide


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    • OldFord
      I too have a section of the garden thats sodden & horribly damp due to a local stream.    I have tried  numerous times to no avail ,  i now opt to grow in this section by pot only,  i raise them off the floor by means of brick and i have no issues.     If your worried about the wet weather spells you could try running smaller pots than you would ordinarily,  i did this last year and it worked wonders , no rot and still the same yields. Pics in my gallery.    I dropped from 15L to 7L with no dramas other than the pot drying out quicker in prolonged heat.   
    • Exhale
      There goes Ranieri again!
    • LA LUNA
      I might buy a pack of nepalma and the Turkish sounds interesting but my next purchase will definitely be sannies jack and herijuana. I’ve run the mad scientist or mad chem can’t remember which and they were good but the sugar punch really stood out I’ve bought the seeds 3 times and run cuts from them twice maybe 3 times ! my new grow cabs quite small with 120w of quantum boards instead of 2 x 600w in a 2 mtr2 area so I won’t be burning through seeds as much and need to be careful with strain selection !
    • stu914
      I've been fighting the urge to look for fear of jinxing things...trust you to tickle my bone and now resistance is fertile...   ...now I've just got to have a fecking look...pics tomorrow...