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  1. For this contest I will be growing Paradise’s biggest sativa dominant plant rainbow road. the plant being sativa dominant prefers to grow a main central cola and smaller side branching than an indica plant so I will have to top these. The stretch also looks quite large. the smell is supposed to be strawberry mainly with a bit of mango. I’ve had weed taste like mango before but I’ve been skeptical of other flavours but I have a watermelon plant now though that is a full watermelon smell so I can’t wait to see how this smells and tastes. Strawberry mango should have grown this in spring to have in the sun. the high is a sativa high so trippy euphoric giggle fits are to be expected. Can’t wait for that. The beans are in biobizz light mix. I have been using H&G bat special until now but the consistency of it has changed and it kind of dissolves when you water it the first time so a pot full ends up being half a pot full with huge holes where the water drained through. You needed to keep adding compost until it settled out after a few waters. i had been using biobizz and advanced nutrients, plus a few other for my nutrients but I moved to intense last month and the plants really are far better. they are going to be grown in an 80x80cm tent with two other plants so 40x40 each. There is a 4” rhino pro filter with a mixed flo fan. I am using a 480w Samsung led light. I will also be growing in 6ltr pots and hopefully if all turns up I’ll be using a smart watering system to drip feed the plants as it seems to make a big difference and take away so much effort. my complete tent set up cost £350 just for info and I really do have the best weed in town now. The others that get brought in by stealers is of great quality also but it’s always the same. Never ending cookies and dawgs and if I was really lucky a bit of strawberry haze. It’d all clearly been through a trim bag and you can tell the difference. Growing your own allows you to have anything you want though and as you hand trim with precision your weed literally sparkles in the sun like it’s coverd in tiny diamonds. Ill be enjoying a Hindu Kush crossed with strawberry sativa in a few months so I would recommend it to anyone. It’s not like you need a space as big as mine and mine isn’t even a whole m2. but you know Strawberry sativa. Nice.
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  3. Monster Sativa Delivers Historical Harvest Record! Rainbow Road is a sativa dominant hybrid from Paradise Seeds that announces itself with a sweet and fruity nature (a combination of classic Hindu Kush and Strawberry Sativa) and claims of being one of the biggest yielding sativas Paradise have produced in their 26 year history. Read More