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what strain for lat 57??

well as it gets closer to that time of year to grow outdoor flowers. i'm curious to know what strains people are recommending for further up north? ive had good results from HFH strains like Monk and Wild#2 and had some good results with auto hacks i was breeding a while back but im looking for new strains to grow under the sun this year any recommendations would be muchly appreciated thanks in advance.. 

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9 minutes ago, Spaced said:

well as it gets closer to that time of year to grow outdoor flowers. i'm curious to know what strains people are recommending for further up north? ive had good results from HFH strains like Monk and Wild#2 and had some good results with auto hacks i was breeding a while back but im looking for new strains to grow under the sun this year any recommendations would be muchly appreciated thanks in advance.. 

Hi

 

Hope you are well up there in the North.

 

I’m Darn Sarf at UK 53 and tried loads of different strains outside :wallbash:

For me the best to date so far have been RGS Royal Mazar and Mighty Gold.

Can’t fault them or praise them enough.

 

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I would ask @panik for advice regarding RGSC earliest finishing strains. Make sure you have a slightly elevated ( not swampy in autumn) south facing plot. :bong: 

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36 minutes ago, PabloAcuario said:

For me the best to date so far have been RGS Royal Mazar and Mighty Gold.

Can’t fault them or praise them enough.

For guerrillas by gorillas,no-one else latitude-tests them for the local market :yinyang:

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Mighty gold are bulletproof.

Plant, leave, harvest.

Pretty much guaranteed results.

Recommended

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2 hours ago, Spaced said:

well as it gets closer to that time of year to grow outdoor flowers. i'm curious to know what strains people are recommending for further up north? ive had good results from HFH strains like Monk and Wild#2 and had some good results with auto hacks i was breeding a while back but im looking for new strains to grow under the sun this year any recommendations would be muchly appreciated thanks in advance.. 

How did the wild 2 do for you. Im trying that this season 

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1 hour ago, Kingruby said:

How did the wild 2 do for you. Im trying that this season 

Didn’t mean to quote this, sorry.

 

im going for my first Guerilla grow also this year and going for rsg mix and some autos (all the feedback in U.K. g growing points to rsg, plus the videos of paniks stuff been inspirational to me for years and I’m finally ready. No point in messing around, his strains finish in September from the posts here 

 

on a side note if RSG seeds are reading please set up a bitcoin terminal, it’s easy and in prefer it over sending cash, I’m sure lots of customers would pay with a crypto terminal (I always do with attitude)

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6 hours ago, ramblingmadman said:

Mighty gold are bulletproof.

Plant, leave, harvest.

Pretty much guaranteed results.

Recommended

Seconded.

 

Did them last year@ lat 56 and will be doing them again. Solid!

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On ‎12‎/‎03‎/‎2019 at 5:10 PM, ramblingmadman said:

Mighty gold are bulletproof.

Plant, leave, harvest.

Pretty much guaranteed results.

Recommended

 

If you are (like me) new to growing then make sure you have plenty of storage jars for Royal Mazar and Mighty Gold :huh:

 

I had to do emergency runs to my local Bilko stores to get Kilners :)

Needed so many I should have bought shares in Kilners

 

RGS and Panik have been inspirational. They have given the masses and inexperienced an opportunity to easily grow great plants that flower early in our dodgy UK climate.

Knighthood for services to the community methinks :yep:

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These mighty gold sound proper decent 

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