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  1. Good mornings Uk420, Firstly a big thank you to panik for cutting me in on this, appreciated, thanks. I have germed a pair of pips, and they have popped up lovely, I thought I took a picture last night, but unfortunately I have not, I’ll put one on shortly. As these are regular I am going to take my time to find a mum, possibly even a dad. cheers.Jj
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    From the album Gonna Be A Good Summer!

    Peyote Critical freebie seed - doing great!
  3. so my local seedbanks has stocked some of the pheno finder sunset sherbet. 5 regulars in a pack, im just worried im gonna get hermies and males. i am gonna be having a couple backup seeds just in case, im gonna pop with em just so i dont waste 5 weeks waiting for pre flowers. any advice guys ? iv been obsessing over this strain so bad aswell.
  4. Hi guys, Smoked some of this from Prix d'Ami in Dam 3/4 years ago and absolutely loved it. Smooth creamy chocolatey skunky goodness with a happy up high. Just gone to look for some regular beans in the hope of maybe finding something similar and can't seem to find them in stock anywhere. Plenty of fems about so I guess they haven't discontinued the strain? If anyone could shed any light on where to acquire some regs that would be amazing. Also any info or tips on growing this would be greatly appreciated! I understand she gets tall, but I was planning on topping and a bit of LST anyway. Hopefully be ok! Aphat Spliff
  5. Hey guys. I'm just about all set up with my grow space, ready for my second indoor grow (first at this new place). I'm growing from seed in coco, but ideally, I want to end up with a mother I've selected after flowering them all, that I can reveg and then take cuttings from, to then grow those genetics exclusively. Now at the same time, I want to maximise my currently very limited space of 1.2mx1.2m, by applying the ScrOG method. My question is: would it be best to get myself some feminised seeds that I can ScrOG almost immediately and keep the best mother to reveg (or clone in advance if a scrogged mum would be problematic), or is there a way for me to grow 2x the amount of regular plants that I can sex and remove males from, while still simultaneously scrogging them all? I'm thinking it would be best to just do a preparatory grow by cracking as many regular seeds as possible, remove males and let the females grow untrained, just to maximise my chances of dankness with a sizable initial genetic pool from regular subs and UGORG seeds. But with 4-5 months between each harvest, I'd like to get a mother going in as few stages as possible. Any advice or guidance would be much appreciated. Thanks! SVS
  6. WHITE WIDOW REGULAR This strain appeard in Holland at the beginning of the 1990’s and quickly became a hit in all the coffee shops and not long after around the globe. It is a potent cross of a Brasilian and an Indian sativa. Its name stems from its immense crystal production that makes it shine and glimmer. White Widow can be grown both indoors and outdoors finishing indoors in around 8 weeks and outdoors in late October. This is a great strain for wannabe breeders but will also suit those that enjoy an easy to grow strain with a very strong sativa effect. GENETICS: Indian/Brasilian VARIETY: Indica / Sativa FLOWERING TYPE: Photoperiod SEX: Regular THC CONTENT: 15-20% GROWS: Greenhouse, Indoors FLOWERING TIME: 8 Weeks HARVEST MONTH: End of October http://www.seedsman.com/en/white-widow-seeds-4931 Feel free to share your photos of this strain in this same thread.
  7. PURPLE BUD REGULAR Purple Bud is an interesting variety coming from Oregon in the USA. In Oregon and California there are many different coloured varieties such as Purple Oregon Sativa, the Purple Akala or the “the Purps” praised by Jason King in his book The Cannabible. These strain are as interesting as much for their colours as for their fruity tastes. It belongs to the “purple family” of cannabis strains. In America these plants are called purple even if they are lightly coloured e.g. light pink or light violet, contrary to the Dutch ones which are sometimes almost black due to the effect of the local climate. This strain is very similar to Skunk #1 in characteristics, genetics and growth patterns. It is easy to cultivate and finishes flowering in 9 weeks. Its optimum THC content is around 20%. Purple Bud gives a good cerebral high, perfect for enjoying the great outdoors. GENETICS: Purple Skunk strain VARIETY: Mostly Sativa FLOWERING TYPE: Photoperiod SEX: Regular THC CONTENT: 18.30% GROWS: Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors FLOWERING TIME: 9 Weeks HARVEST MONTH: October http://www.seedsman.com/en/purple-bud-seeds Feel free to share your photos of this strain in this same thread.