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Percy Bud

The (possible) history of Skunk#1

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On 25/06/2019 at 11:03 PM, MeMyselfAndIGuerilla said:

just a question to those who have grown the psychosis / know it. - so would you say this is of skunk gene? a description from a grower elsewhere would say so ;)

 

Am still growing it now :)  

 

Psycho does have a pretty serious pong to it, i'd be suprised if it din't.

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13 hours ago, brock1 said:

Do you mean the little white shrivel unpollinated type seeds? 

mostly yes , ive also had really really small ones too from tangerine power

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3 hours ago, unity said:

 

Am still growing it now :)  

 

Psycho does have a pretty serious pong to it, i'd be suprised if it din't.

just about to receive her in cut form "psychosis bx2". from a guy whos description's of smell etc always leave me laughing and creased up

 

hopefully get her back into circulation amongst close friends

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26 minutes ago, MeMyselfAndIGuerilla said:

just about to receive her in cut form "psychosis bx2". from a guy whos description's of smell etc always leave me laughing and creased up

 

hopefully get her back into circulation amongst close friends

mine comes from the cut that was brought to Luton sometime in the late 90's. one of my my mate's was the first to recieve it when it was named psychosis, he then passed it to a mate of mine who kept it going, and still does :)

 

Can't say for sure it hasn't changed genetically in 20 years tho, as I don't have a 20 year old sample to compar by, only stoned memories :)

i believe the bx2 you refer to may come from kgbeans, i have a few of theirs in the fridge as well :skin_up:

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1 hour ago, unity said:

mine comes from the cut that was brought to Luton sometime in the late 90's. one of my my mate's was the first to recieve it when it was named psychosis, he then passed it to a mate of mine who kept it going, and still does :)

 

Can't say for sure it hasn't changed genetically in 20 years tho, as I don't have a 20 year old sample to compar by, only stoned memories :)

i believe the bx2 you refer to may come from kgbeans, i have a few of theirs in the fridge as well :skin_up:

yeah kgbeans stock, any idea what its name was before psychosis?

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purps @MeMyselfAndIGuerilla it was called purps because of the stems used to purple up or stil do if you got

 

the orignal.

 

she used to be my fav she is lovely. ive got some bx1, bx2, pysisterx psychosis  and some lot evo x psychosis .

 

to pop one day to find something maybe better hopefully

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Purple was the original name it was then later renamed Psychosis :yep:

 

If anyone remembers the Exodus Cheese thread started by euphoria, i had a conversation with Cheese Farmer and we had a mutual friend thats been mentioned in many Cheese threads and its history over the years in magazine articles etc etc, that friend was the chap who brought the Cheese to Dam in 2001...he was also the chap i first sampled Purple from and he who told me the story of the transition from Purple to Psychosis ;)

 

Its one of my all time favorite plants :yinyang:

 

Farmer G 

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Would love to know who called it the purple...some lucky fucker got a gem of a seed way back then :)

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Psycho Crack and Psycho Berry are some corking crosses too, loved PC and still do :yep: Sickmeds are cooking the strain back up at the moment.

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@nudger36 you do know you've just made me buy even more seeds that i don't need :)

 

 

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1 minute ago, unity said:

@nudger36 you do know you've just made me buy even more seeds that i don't need :)

 

 

Breeders boutique too mate for Psycho crosses @unity

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good luck lads :yep:  

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On 28/06/2019 at 8:16 PM, FARMER G said:

Purple was the original name it was then later renamed Psychosis :yep:

 

If anyone remembers the Exodus Cheese thread started by euphoria, i had a conversation with Cheese Farmer and we had a mutual friend thats been mentioned in many Cheese threads and its history over the years in magazine articles etc etc, that friend was the chap who brought the Cheese to Dam in 2001...he was also the chap i first sampled Purple from and he who told me the story of the transition from Purple to Psychosis ;)

 

Its one of my all time favorite plants :yinyang:

 

Farmer G 

care to tell the story? tried searching numerous times for cheese farmer post's, search option on here isnt amazing.

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1 hour ago, MeMyselfAndIGuerilla said:

care to tell the story? tried searching numerous times for cheese farmer post's, search option on here isnt amazing.

 

Google has better indexing :)

Think this is the thread in question, not read it all yet...

 

http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?showtopic=286350

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On 28/06/2019 at 4:22 PM, catfish said:

purps @MeMyselfAndIGuerilla it was called purps because of the stems used to purple up or stil do if you got

 

Kinda like this?

I've seen this so often now I just assume this is as regular, but yeah it is kinda purple...

large.purple.jpg

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