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durban croses

How come theres hardly any would love this crossed with a fruity indica make it happen dp

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a good suggestion. A Durban cross, a fruity one would be either Blueberry or Orange Bud. I will put the idea in the mixing pot

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I can't seem to find much info on durban poison grown indoors. Anyone grown it? A friend had some and they were stretchy but they got a good start. They had massive primary leaves which is indicative of Durban but his light was also a long way from the plants. They might have been narrower with a closer light.

I have 2 seed plants , real sativa characteristics in veg.A bit leggy but topped several times.

They're a tad hungry or starting to look that way but at ten weeks vegging they have very weak stems, and narrow. I'll bubble up a tea with silicon hoping to give them a boost before flower.

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i have done one indoors under a 150 watt hps, biggest yield to date. Huge buds that were very light and fluffy covered in resin and red hairs. Not the best taste but the high is amazing as always. Took 10 weeks to flower and liked medium nutes, would do them again for sure

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Were they a bit sparse like mine !?

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I ave topped each tip and bent these every way ,they tend to grow back to their own shape looking for the bulb but I partially snapped a few stems so that'll keep them outward .

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Some strains hate topping, not sure about durban poison....maybe better to let them grow..

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