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  1. Gro-zone Hydro

    NEW SHOP SPONSOR FOR UK420

    Hello, Just a quick message to say hello and to introduce ourselves. We are a new sponsor for UK420 and will be bringing you guys all of the latest product information straight from the heart of the industry. We like to think of ourselves being at the forefront of industry knowledge and new product information. We have a big physical store here in Nottingham and have grown to be the premier shop in the area with our fantastic location just off J26 M1. We carry massive amounts of stock so most orders are available to collect or despatch at short notice. Our orders are meticulously wrapped in stealth-like packaging for full peace of mind and are released without any delay. We have a cash deposit system for larger orders whereby we send a paying in slip out and the customer can deposit cash directly into our account instead of leaving a trace online. We will be posting new offers monthly via UK420 whereby we will supply users with voucher codes for our website which will range from money off items, free items and/or free postage etc. We will be offering a support forum for any questions on new products and advice. We hope to see and hear more from you all going forward and want to be in the mix when it comes to discussions about the technology side of things. We are really looking forward to getting to know lots of members and getting stuck in with conversation!\ The Team @ Gro-zone Nottingham
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  2. diyleduk

    Competition winners.

    Thanks to all the entries it was a good turn out. Winners for the 65w quantum board comp are- @bill cooper @Smelly Cat @buddy13 Email me adam@diyleduk.com with your safe addy. They will be sent out next week.
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  3. Jack010

    random guerrilla photos

    Left the house a little before 6am and got back a little before 9pm. 15 hours to sort 3 plots. critical sour and c99 x early skunk Red purps and critical sour c99 x early skunk, critical gnome early and caramelo. All gnomes seeds Never doing three plots in one day on my own again. Aching everywhere today
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  4. Here it is! Our 180th Cream of the Crop competition in our quest to find the very best pictures posted at UK420 every month. Voting closes at midnight 31st of May, you get only one vote, so have a good look before you choose. Below is the short list chosen by the uk420 staff from last months nominations, for you our community members to vote on as the best or most interesting picture uploaded. All the pictures short listed will get a permanent place in the Cream Of The Crop forum in Members Budshots. There are a few more choices this month as so many great photos were nominated it seemed a shame to leave any out The Prize's for this months outright winner is this awesome prize from Intense Nutrients For information about to nominate your photos please click below Budelaire - Purple Stardawg AKPOG - Gorilla-4mth-cured highgrower - (Cheese x Blues) x (Cheese x Blues) - day 65 GreenVision - Dark Glue tokenroll - Gorilla Blighty_Buds - Black D.O.G Phoenix - Cafe racer Plot 2 far - Guerrilla cola and Bee @Budelaire @AKPOG @highgrower @GreenVision @tokenroll @Blighty_Buds @Phoenix @Plot 2 far
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  5. Andromedian

    random guerrilla photos

    A few of last nights plant out, plants.....
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  6. RandyBoBandy

    random guerrilla photos

    got my first lot out the way today good timing as well what with a bit of wet weather on its way.. plus plant out tonight was raining.. nothing mega though.. its been nice to get back over there... soon as I sprayed myself up with repellent I was in the mood... I love the smell as It just reminds me of growing and takes me back to my first grow.. I probably would have gave it a miss this year but as usual me mate stuck some seeds in the post.. so that's the first wave I got out today.. then another mate sent me more... so now there has to be another wave lol.. there in the box now.. so big thanks to then because id probably have given it a miss.. not out of being tight... but being lazy... I couldn't be arsed t get the tent out so I stuck a light under my desk lol.. I used the bottom section of the tent to go under the table and pull up like a door.. couldn't fine my labels so I used a milk bottle first visit to the plot.. this went out today.. that's cuts at the back for the garden and todays plant out fingers crossed they settle.. ill give it a week or 2 and check they settled ok.. not much going on but still growing!! good luck with the season guys.
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  7. Every one have a lucky season!
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  8. buddy13

    Subbies pic thread

    psycho animal stomper....
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  9. Hello my fellow gardeners, This year I am doing an outdoor dinafem/ HSO adventure, up in the scenic highlands of Scotland. Im at latitude 57, so I often find myself shoeing away angry moose, arctic foxes and polar bears. Ive been trying to grow outdoors for a few years - with very little success, mostly due to running photo strains, poor preparation, bud rot,and all manner of other fuck ups along the way. BUT.....this year is gonna be different - oh yes indeedy. ive had a word with the big fellah upstairs and ordered lashing of sun, only occasional showers and a dry September, so it should be good. ive got a target of 40 grams to beat, this being my best attempt so far, brought about last year due to the sweltering summer, and using autos This year im going with Dinafems awesome white widow xxl, and moby dick xxxl autos. Ive done both varieties indoors and they did really well,. Im not expecting a gram per watt outjsdoors, but i'll aim for the stars, as ye do. Plots are in the process of getting holes filled with B&Qs finest verve. I will be adding some blood fish and bone, and a handful of organic chicken manure, along with some phospherous to help get the root system going at the atart. Apart from that, they might get a top dressing or 2 as the season goes on, depending on how they look. Heres the hardware ive got some decent plots this year, I hope, and will be spreading the slug pellets around the plants, as ive seen a few slugs around the plot. I will be soaking the seeds in a couple of weeks, growing them indoors for a week to 10 days, then they will be left to fend for themselves. Im just finished picking the first ticks of the season off my body after last nights soil run. SO lets get it on!
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  10. Amaethon

    random guerrilla photos

    Got the first of the season out today. A vigorous sour diesel auto. Boxed it up in the back garden for the rucksack journey to the plot site. Planted it in a prepared hole. I'd replaced the native soil with - bottom half - some old potting compost with added chicken pellets and bfb powder. Top half is fresh Jack's Magic. put in a sturdy fence support post, rigged up the fencing (remember the goats I mentioned) and watered it in. Used muddy water from a nearby stream with added mycor rooting powder. Cleaned up the site and left a lonely looking plant to face it's first night out in the wilds. Another eight to go All autos - 2 more sour diesels, 1 lemon juice express, 2 mazar and 3 tangie.
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  11. GreenVision

    Subbies pic thread

    Yh they were nice mate. As I say I didn't get much on the side of kush in what I grew. But then being the AK was likely Ammy' fem mother? I'm not surprised. Either way mate they were nice. I'm working on a cross at the moment using GG4 and some cookie genetics from a BX DiscoBiscuit. Hopefully she will be in this year for subs, some really nice plants in there so if you see them grab a pack if you can and give them a whirl.
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  12. LivelyUpYourself

    random guerrilla photos

    Led starter box (panik style)... root trainers---solo cups---plant out
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  13. A brush with the law. Tenchie.
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  15. 2019 is underway with plants in the ground Good luck out there this season peeps
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  16. I too informed my local police of my growing.... this was around 18 years ago, when I frst moved in to my present home. I wrote to the Notts Chief Constable about my grow and why I was growing it. He personally came to visit me, I had an ounce of weed in a bowl on the table, and a splif ready but unlit.... and the Chief Constable told me to carry on, they will not bother me, and they never have since then
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  18. Got my first lot in the ground today. New season, new site. All rgsc photos for the first wave. This is the girls before they left the cupboard.. one of the DFG's..to make more room in the bed i ended up putting 7 in holes. I just dug approx 15ltr holes and filled them with the fertilised soil from the big bed.. the most promising 12 went it the bed.. All got copper-tape cups, cages and a second dose of micorr (also in starter pots) directly under the roots, and heavily watered in with about 4-5 liters each.. And finally, the second wave that are getting germed tonight. A small selecrion of Rgsc autos and im gunna try the skitzo#1 as a late finisher. Its all goin down now!!
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  19. RandyBoBandy

    random guerrilla photos

    holy crap, good job on the root removal! I was gonna leave it a couple of weeks before my first check up but I think ill have a peak soon.. and wile im there take a few of my biggest seedlings wild cheese and blue fruit also got some auto's on the way for the garden cheers mate! fingers crossed they grow like his last auto's I grew
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  20. Andromedian

    random guerrilla photos

    We are having a night out with the ladies, at The Forbidden Zone on the weekend
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  21. panik

    Cant find a plot!!

    For All you lazy fucks out there listen to this morning , noon and night ,.. harden the fuck up an get the fuck out there,.. Biggest conversation you will ever have, is the one you have with yourself.. When your on your deaf bed don't be the average person looking back on the life you should of lived, live the fucking life you should be living.. What are you doing tomorrow, the next day , the next day,.. fucking make them count , stop the excuses not enough time blah blah blah,.. stop smoking , get up earlier get out there get after it simple..
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  22. Andromedian

    random guerrilla photos

    Will update rest in our Diaries.....
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  23. To be brutally honest I'm not sure how helful articles like this really are. I mean it's hyperbole overload, shite journalism Even if he's growing 9, or 90 plants they don't take that much care and attention. Up all night with the plants my arse. The situation is bad enough without having to resort to out-and-out fantasy. And it comes across like an advert for all those people that keep popping up on here trying to talk folks into signing up to some sort of register and shit.
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  24. Ch@ppers

    Cant find a plot!!

    Or two month or two years,theres no instant route to success in this game its a long hard slog,very few are lucky enough to wake up one morning and find the perfect plot,but the most successful are also the most tenacious.
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  25. RandyBoBandy

    The Random Thread

    shitty little vid... I wont leave it up... I just wanted to drop some plants off and check the plot had settled wish I could show you my ride there.. was lovely, but would be easily recognized.. beautiful though.. ah well
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  27. Yep. Found him everyone Caught him digging up roots!!! A useful pasttime
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  28. harvestreaper

    random guerrilla photos

    was a frost out there this morning here in the south planted a bunch of these tenderonies nnot surell therll make it fingers crossed these ones been out a week or more an will be ok i think
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  29. Ch@ppers

    random guerrilla photos

    Fire99XFreezeland and MOBXFreezeland,outrageous bouquet sticky as toffee,the season is here
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  30. Few more from our camping trip at TFZ: some of the kushes: Couple more.. sweet Deep Grapefruit and another og kush
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  32. Andromedian

    random guerrilla photos

    A couple of teasers..... Night out at The Forbidden Zone....
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  33. harvestreaper

    random guerrilla photos

    phase two ,,,,, @RandyBoBandy you wernt wrong aboout the roots
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  34. blackpoolbouncer

    A pheno/mother hunt.... how many beans?

    From one breeder 1/100 From another of quality, a pack should leave you choosing which to keep Sadly many breeders are closer to the first I've done seed runs where half of the girls are potential keepers and other where you find nothing worth writing home about The breeders you choose make a big difference to the likelihood of finding something good
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  35. nl5

    Subbies pic thread

    smottie remix @ 9 weeks, unfortunately the clone didn't take & Id chopped to much off the bottom to reveg
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  36. Lea Valley

    Cant find a plot!!

    You’ve gotta be sne~ key if you want to GG. Get a cheap bicycle Get a Ruck Sac Get out there It’s very hard to find a place where no one goes..... EVER. You could find a huge blackberry stand for example, make your self a back door in a tree line and then get on your hands and knees and make a tunnel to the centre, then make your space. It’s pretty grim but if you really want it you’ll do it. You must become adept at moving thru the undergrowth without leaving a trail for others to follow. You would not believe the lengths I go to in order not to leave any indication I've been thru there, I’m like a frigging forest Ninja. Keep poking around on the bike and using foot paths across fields etc, when it gets dence or thicker go in off the path,dump the bike and investigate. If it was hard to get there and you start to feel good about the area then it’s worth doing one or two and see if it works. It’s a challenge to make a 10 foot highly recognisable plant that takes six months to grow with a value into four figures. Its up to you how well you how you deal with that challenge sorting the wannabes from the players.
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  37. Ch@ppers

    Cant find a plot!!

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  38. badbillybob

    weapons seized, try not to laugh

    POlice have recovered this dangerous weapon from raids in Stamford hill. I shit you not, its a broomstick (might be the ex wifes maybe?) wonder if it was from Triggers house? They must be absolutely desperate to post this kinda shite on insta/fb/twatter / whatever
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  39. first time i was up for a little lump (9 bar in my glove box) at the time they had to produce the evidence in court, when they lifted up the bag, i asked where the rest of it was? should have seen those sour faced cunts wriggle got a letter from the cps about a month later (still got it) saying it wasnt in the publics intrest to carry on with my case, i think i can safly say i bent them fookers right over with my pirating DJ.....
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  40. Mr_cocofibrelover

    random guerrilla photos

    Green Gold, Fast Diesel, Critical +2.0, Red Purps, Critical Sour. The hard work starts here.. these will all be out in next 7-10 days.. hoping to get 25 ish out at a time. Good luck people!!
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  41. Amarillo slim

    ALFEMCO

    First of all I would like to say a big thank you to @Joolz for making this section and taking care of sales via the store here.. The seeds would likely not have been made available otherwise as Im super busy with other things.... So, I know theres some who will know what this is all about, but im sure theres some people going "what the fucks ALFEMCO?" So, firstly a little introduction about me.... I grew up in the countryside, we didn't have much in the way of house or money but a veg plot and greenhouse in the garden, as well as lots of nearby farmland, woods and wilderness to explore made it brilliant... I never got on with school, just seemed like some kind of weird prison for kids to me. Sit down, shut up and listen to some boring adult drivel on about bollocks for 6-7 hours a day, can't choose what you do, can't leave when you want, even your bowel movements are dictated by the teacher, its bizarre... Food was worse than most prisons too None of this was probably helped by the fact that Im quite severely dyslexic, I'd rather be exploring the natural world, finding animals, growing plants, making dens, fires etc than learning about algebra or Shakesspear (yawn) the only subjects I enjoyed where biology and the creative classes like art and music.... Anyway, enough on school... The countryside was great, but there comes a time that you've made a million and one dens, tree houses etc, and start looking for other things to do - the trouble is, in the county, there aren't any! - So what do you do? start getting stoned ... Being young, It wasn't easy to get a good supply, and there was also a high likelihood of getting ripped off or having to smoke some gopping chemical ridden dealer weed So being a problem solver, and having some knowledge and experience with plants, I acquired some seeds and planted them into pots of compost in an old plastic vivarium hidden away... I kept an eye on these for water, I even had a little dish inside with bicarbonate of soda and a weak vinegar solution to create raised carbon dioxide levels in the tank, the seedlings grew well and after choosing the best to pot on, and getting a good female from these, school was out the window. I was reading up everything I could on growing at any possible opportunity... I potted her up a couple times and finally into a bottomless bin placed on amended soil, filled with some decent compost and plenty of extra ferts, she responded to my nurturing and produced a nice little haul of a few oz of some high quality flowers. Suddenly we had more than enough to smoke, and most importantly, it was really good shit I was hooked. I spent the whole winter reading up and doing more research into growing, It was around this time that I also found this place, which had a few members sharing great advice on guerrilla growing. I also started to develop an interest in breeding which flowed naturally from my fascination with anything living, interest in evolution and creative flair.. Based on my research and peoples recommendations, I purchased some seeds from a few different companies. I found more plots, got supplies in, did the prep and again using vivariums, I germinated my seeds in peat pots filled with compost, before planting into prepared beds and some 40l containers... The results were excellent with some plants reaching huge proportions... I also made some selections and managed to make a couple hybrids of the outdoor cultivars I was growing... Not only was I growing plenty of great weed for me and my mates, but now I was blending the genetics of distinct unrelated lines,, what would be the results of these? how would the genes blend? what traits would be passed on from which parent etc... all this stuff was completely enthralling for me.. School took even more of a back foot, I spent any lessons with computers reading on cannabis forums, I spent any without sleeping or daydreaming and thinking about the next years grow, about crossing different strains.... When out of school I was prepping plots, or reading books on gardening or evolution... The following season I had the seeds I had made, as well as a couple hundred more of all different cultivars from different companies, with the view in mind of making crosses of these for further breeding.... I constructed a greenhouse and bought 1000s of litres of compost, ferts, pots and set about the grow... The crosses I had made the previous season blew me away, they were better than any of lines I had bought from the seed companies, better than anything I had seen from outdoor before or even since infact.... I made many other crosses that year with some other special plants... From that point on breeding cannabis became my passion in life, I was obsessed, nothing else mattered.... I went on to breed multiple outdoor lines, as well as doing some work with indoor and greenhouse stuff.. When Sasha (the joint doctor) bought out his diesel Ryder I began breeding with autos, and the descendants of this original cross is one of the few lines I still have from back then... I lost the rest of my work to improper storage, keeping the seeds in plastic containers in a humid environment (plastic is permeable) Years of work down the toilet, I was devastated. But no use dwelling on things, so I started from scratch, trying to recreate some of the lost work and of course breeding new things.. Which brings me towards the point I am at now, Ive got about 10 different projects on the go, all moving at various paces, but non the less, all with clear end goals in mind... Over the next year or two a few of these will be made available, and I have to say I hope they will be a genuine contribution to the cannabis community, compared to a lot of the shit that comes out nowadays, Im sure they will.... In the mean time, ive got an outdoor line, that previously I had overlooked in till many fellow growers had good results with the seeds. I grew out a good sized population of these last year, and made a selection of some decent females. The best of which has been revegged, with clones taken for donors (reversal) and clones of the same plant to bare seeds (targets). This should result in some very nice outdoor plants indeed, and I wanted people to have the opportunity to try these out this year..... So without further ado heres the first of many seeds to be released under the name ALFEMCO. cheers
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  42. Thanks fellahs, i was marching on this morning. Loaded the bergen, and marched out to the plot. Its about half a mile from the car, but ive been up there since 7 ish this morning, determined to get it fiinished. I got the last 6 or 7 bags down by about 9/10ish , so rather foolishly decided to hit the town and buy another 9 bags, ive now marched them out too. its a belting day up here too, about 17 degrees here, Im home now, and my back is creaking, but if it wasnt for the fact that im as hard as fookin nails, i would probably be complaining by now. im going back out this afternoon to spread some horse shite around the bottom of the holes and add some fish blood and bone etc. then im retiring to the fattest pure weed joint you have ever seen!! because im worth it lol. now get your bergens on and repeat after me " ahh don't know but ive been told" "big bad billys plots got some gold" "hes been humfing loads of mud", "maybe cos hes a bit of a fud " His plots are gonna grow some weed" "or poor ole billy gonna go off his heeed" sound of 1,2 ……...sound of 3,4
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  43. Mr_cocofibrelover

    random guerrilla photos

    Holding back and being patient.. these few green gold will be in the ground by 18th May
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  44. Andromedian

    Cant find a plot!!

    You are not looking hard enough mate Don't you think we are all in the same boat....
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  45. Thought i was doing good until the last minute entries arrived last month. Hopefully the Cream 47 will win my honour back. Good luck to you all!
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  46. badbillybob

    Billys "NEW" grow.

    hello dope fans, im back with another diary, this time its HSOs latest and greatest Sherbinskis "The new" As with a few other the new grows, heres the foreword - im not interested in your opinions on the strain, whatever they may be, and derogatory comments will be flamed, so shut up, sit down, and watch the magic unfold. If you like what gets produced at the end of this grow - buy some, if you don't - don't, simples eh? right off we go, these were cracked a week or so back and are now in the system. Its a DIY RDWC system of my own design which has proven to work quite well, if I say so myself. 60 litre totes, waterfalls and 2x 60l/hr air pumps see to the growing part. Ionic nutrients are used for grow and bloom, they are one part, none of the A and B bullshit. I use canna cal mag, because I preffer it to IOnics, and I wont be bothering with any PK this time, it doesn't make much difference in my opinion. Nutes are at 0.6, Ph is fluttering between 6 and 6.4, because I raised the water level a 1/3rd of the way up the pots, and the hydroton messes with the ph when I do this, despite soaking it in 5.6 for days. Its not a problem, and its only till the roots start to grow down thru the net pot into the bubbling cauldron of nutes. So here she is, the new, from HSO/ Sherbinskis. I might end up scrooging her, time will tell. its under a 400watt metal halide, and will stay under MH lams till a week of bloom has passed.i might crank it up to 600w in a week or two. depending on temps good times......
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  47. Dinafem-Mark

    5 New Strains Coming Next Week.

    Hello all Next week we will launch 5 new strain for Dinafem and The AutoDinafem line We will be releasing 2 photoperiod strains both based on the might beast known as Gorilla 1-Gorilla CBD 2-Quick Gorilla And for our Autoflowering growers we have 3 new varieties 1-Gorilla Auto 2-Cookies Auto 3-DinaMed CBD Kush Auto I know the last release did not go as planned with the WC and Z. This one will go smoothly Anyone interested in giving these new Dinafem/AutoDinafem strains a try. Drop your Name here and I'll start picking a few new strain growers as the names come in All the best Mark..
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  48. Always mate I had my anonymous Mask on I'm not sure how we have "stolen" genetics? Yes, a mistake was made with the strain names which as I've said in my opinion we should have used different names just like many other seedbanks have done. To say we steal genetics, put a new name on then sell them. That is not how we work. Never have never will My personal opinion on most of the new "America" Strains is they are just old strains, renamed (not by us) for a new generation. Take GSC. Is that not just Durban poison renamed? Don't get me wrong it's a great strain but if you've been in this business for over 10 years I'm sure these flavours are not new Sorry for the rant all but being called thieves is not cool All the best Mark..
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  49. Gifted this collection some 8 years ago by a couple of fine guerrilla growers on here. @yossmanyou still active buddy? Am trying to rack my brains as to the other donor. They've been stored in far from optimum conditions and chance rediscovered due to an impromptu spring clean spurred on by a flat inspection. A few hundred seeds here, lots of old stuff, loads of killa skunk crosses and a bit of landrace stuff. Going to see if i can wake some of them up...thinking to fridge them first then bring them back to germing temp in paper towels.
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  50. @Provocateur Heres my bio for your perusal. What made you come up with the idea? I’d been growing indoors since 1988 while living in the US Why did you start? I knew how to grow weed way before it was thought possible here in the UK. Did you make any vital mistakes? Looking back not really. I did it in a 20l pot in case I had to relocate and it needed watering all the time. What strain? Dutch Passion Holland’s Hope. This was at a time when OD genetics were just being pioneered by the Dutch breeders and only a few strains were available. Frowned upon now but a performer in it’s day. How many plants? 1 Followed by a 10 plant plot the following year in the same area I use even to this day. What was your yield? 4 oz What year did you start? OD 1994 Have you got better at growing OD? Its a learning curve, not so much about the plants because frankly they grow themselves but how you can get away with it and not get seen. This is the most difficult and constant challenge of being a GGer In this crowded island I call home. Serious 6
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