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Dinafem-Mark

Quick Critical+ (Out Now)

Hi all :bong:

 

This was strain was scheduled for release last week but she was slightly delayed and here now  ;)

 

Let me introduce "Quick Critical+"

 

With the flower time guaranteed between 42-49 days this is the fastest flowering strain now on the Dinafem menu. 

 

Strain guide link

 

 

 

More info via our site :bong:

 

https://www.dinafem.org/es/quick-critical/

 

Give me a few hours and I'll get the quick critical growers announced. 

 

If you did guess "Quick critical" let me know and I'll get a 5 seed pack sent your way :bong:

 

Hope you all enjoy our new Quick critical. Should be perfect for the UK climate outdoors  :) and a monster indoors ;)

 

All the best 

 

Mark..

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Hi @Dinafem-Mark. I have just been reading the blurb on your new fast critical + and in the indoor section it says '42 days from seed to harvest' 

Is this correct or have I read it wrong ? 

 

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On 27/04/2018 at 4:58 PM, harrygrout said:

Hi @Dinafem-Mark. I have just been reading the blurb on your new fast critical + and in the indoor section it says '42 days from seed to harvest' 

Is this correct or have I read it wrong ? 

 

 

 

Hi mate :yep:

 

The 42 days is the time this strain will take to finish the flower cycle :) Not from germination  :)

 

So a vegetative period of 4-6 weeks is advised then the 42 days becomes active  :bong:

 

All the best 

 

Mark..

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sounds like a winner if the times stack up. 

7 weeks?  wow.

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Posted (edited)

@badbillybob 6-7 week's mate :bong:

 

Can't wait to get some quick critical grows going :bong:

 

Requests have gone to shipping  :bong:

 

All the best 

 

Mark..

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@Dinafem-Mark this sounds interesting. I’m assuming a seed to harvest time of 6-7 weeks would involve running 12/12 from seed. What is the actual flowering time? So, if I kept a mum of quick critical & vegged her clones out for say a month & then flipped them realistically how long till harvest from the day of the lights being flipped? Apologies if this has already been asked somewhere else on the forum.

 

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Ignore previous post. Had stupid head on this morning doh!

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@kushedy The 6-7 weeks is the total flower time from when bloom (12/12) is started. This does not include the vegative stage  :yep:

 

Hope that clears it up my friend? 

 

All the best 

 

Mark..

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So this is like sweet seeds fast strains ?? 

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@Moobman Same idea for sure mate :bong:

 

I'm not sure how sweet seeds have created there fast/quick/speedy strains but I can tell you how we made ours ;)

 

https://www.dinafem.org/en/blog/what-are-quick-cannabis-strains/

 

Basically 

 

Normal strain like critical x to auto then auto gene bred out leaving a faster flowering strain that is still photoperiod dependant  :yep:

 

All the best 

 

Mark..

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Hi mark just so theres so confusion..

 

This flowering time starts from the start of flower formation.. So after the stretch period is over?

 

:D

 

Atb

 

JJ

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@JamJar No mate. The flowering time like with any photoperiod strain is determined from the day you/we flip to 12/12 and not from the start of bud/Flower production  :yep:

 

Some growers do start there flower count from when the stretch stops and flowers start to form (typically 15-21 days from 12/12) this is not how flowering times are measured rather from the day flower  (12/12) is started  :yep:

 

Hope that clears things up brother? 

 

All the best 

 

Mark..

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That definatly does i always assumed it was the other way round thanks :D

 

Atb

 

JJ

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@JamJar No problem mate :yep:

 

All the best 

 

Mark..

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