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and has 4 colas about 18" long each. These are really packing on the weight now. The secondary budding is
amazing. I pruned all the lower branches and leaves before flowering but this has all grown back now.
Everywhere you look is bud. Even the lower buds that don't get much light are frosted with crystal (not as dense
as the upper bud but I'm sure it will be tasty).
I noticed what seemed to be a male flower on one of the "normal" females and pulled it at 5 weeks. I thought
it was a male flower because it had a stem. I noticed the same thing on the outstanding female but left it. It
turned out to be a female flower "with a stem!". Lagerlund, Acta
Chem 've seen half once single stalk 3-footers that were flowered at 6""-8"". A joint is soaked through with resin
before you're half way into it. Split a modest one with a friend and you'll be in Oz for hours. 2 modest bong hits
or one mother load will put you on your back. If you want more info on Misty check out the Homegrown
Fantaseeds web site. Misty was the key ingredient in White Widow, and although I've heard that anything in the
WW family is probably unstable, of the 7 Misty seeds I started there were no major growth pattern, color, or
even size variations. Misty is definitely the better choice unless your #1 concern is yield, and don’t get me
wrong yield for Misty is BIG. I don't have the link anymore for homegrown, but I'm sure it's easy enough to
find. Misty is definitely amongst my 3 favorites, but I haven't tried a lot of the new stuff. My number one so far
has been NL5xHaze, and number 2 is either misty or blueberry."" -Skywalker"
"""...AK-47 from Serious Seeds, and Misty from Homegrown Fantaseeds were both KILLER. Both the AK and the
Misty have a great yield, and a knock you on your ass stoned to the bone. I like the sweet taste and sheer
power of the Misty the best personally."" -KITSCY DUB"
"“A truly beautiful plant misted all over with bulging THC glands. A good producer in terms of yield, fat donkey
dick tops, combined with prize-winning quality, gourmet taste and a sweet aroma. This plant has it all.
“If you are looking for the best quality and yield combination I would recommend Original Misty from
Homegrown Fantaseeds. Misty is a stabilized sister of white widow with a bigger harvest potential and a sweet
taste. I've heard that all of the white widow hybrids are very unstable, but I saw almost zero variation between
plant growth patterns in my experience with Misty. I got an even larger yield from this strain than from Chronic,
but only a very little bit larger. It did however have a sweeter taste and an even more powerful stone than the
Chronic. Flowering period for Misty was 8-9 weeks, and I harvested a little more than a 1/2 oz per SOG style
planting. After 2 weeks rooting under flo's I veg for 2 weeks under MH and then flower for 8 weeks under HPS.”
– Stoned Silly"
“Afghan X Brazilian & So. Indian.``Somewhat a mystery strain. Suffice to say it has 60% Indica to 40% Sativa
ratios expressed with a definite freak in its family.
“This crystally, olive colored bud is sparsely covered in brownish red hairs and resin nodules that stand out
proud and bubbly. This bio has a pungent, green scent; some have even said it has sort of a shit smell to it.
Very fluffy somewhat dense buds break apart nicely and leave your fingers sticky. Not mouth wateringly tasty, it
tastes a bit brown for such a green plant, depicting its Mexican heritage. The smoke expands slightly leaving
you coughing a bit. The high is not overly mellow; the head change isn't much to take. This is bong weed, as it
does very well
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covered with tiny white crystals. The bud is almost absent of hairs, save sparse, barren brown ones that dot the
bud. Its scent is mild and flat with the tiniest touch of green that tells droves about its Northern Lights
parentage. Light, semi-sticky buds snap apart from yucky tasting stems, perhaps overfertilized, perhaps not.
The smoke has a mild flowery full taste. The high is a little of everything--a bit cerebral, and bit forgetful and
stony. Nice trippy feeling but very mild. ***” – Homepage Amsterdam"
"“Arjan at the Greenhouse first introduced the White Widow strain in 1995. All reports that I have read state that
it has a very complex lineage. In Amsterdam most every coffee shop now sells WW. On my last trip I tried 3
different ""WW"". One sample from the Green House Centrum, one from Homegrown Fantasy (Hydro) and one
from a small local's shop called coffee shop ""Tops"". All three were very different. In all honesty my least
favorite of the lot came from the green house. It was a nice bud but it didn't have the resin coverage like I
remembered from previous trips to Adam. The Hydro from Homegrown fantasy was excellent, as was the super
resiny sample from “Tops."" Other items that I have read state that WW is still very much unstable and therefor
you could get almost anything.”"
"""The way Marc told it was like this: Arjan had a WW on display at some expo in a-dam. Someone from Dutch
passion/aloha stole a clone and hybridized it. That is the plant we bought for 130.00. This plays a part in the
great variance we see in the plant, it's not just WW being unstable, we know what happens when we inbreed f1
generations- gene recombination produces various phenotypes representative of the hybrid and p1 plants as
well as different genotypes. It's great if you’re a breeder because you can begin to dial in your own
preferences. I have one f2 plant I believe to actually be a throwback to the original WW. It is considerably
larger and more indica than the rest."" -LadyJ"
"“It's a very strong weed (which has unfortunately had the effect of spoiling me for other herbs, which seem not
to get me high like they used to), but not too sedating. And extremely tasty, one of the more fragrant herbs
I’ve run across (makes NL seem weak, odorless). Strange that the widow would do so lousy in hydro, as I find
her to be VERY easy to grow in organics. A smallish medium yielding plant that was super potent but not real
tasty. I been smoking along time and I prefer a tasty herb that you can puff a couple times to some thing that
knocks you on your ass after one hit and tastes like pure thc almost narcotic. Some of my friends loved it but
most were like me.”"
"“I heard that the mother was First Lady which parentage comes from Mullimbimby Madness a stable sativa
strain down here in Aus. The father I heard was from a Dutch Shiva Skunk (NL#5 x Skunk#1) giving it the
famous white crystal.” – Delta9"
"“White Wi Ohloff, and A Blueberry isn't known for production, and I only cleared 9 dry ounces (very closely
manicured) from four 5 1/2 ft. tall plants, each with 10-15 main flower spikes (after being cut back a couple of
times), and a couple of much smaller plants with three flower spikes. That's piss poor in anyone's book.
Another two weeks probably would have added 2-3 ounces, maybe (a guess). I didn't weigh the skuff, maybe
another 3-4 ounces (gland covered only, I didn't screw around with partially coated leaves).
Finally the high, or lack thereof. Oh, it's strong, not quite as potent as others I've smoked, but it gets the job
done. But jeez Louise, the stuff is absolutely the stupidest pot I've ever smoked. It doesn't last very long,
about two hours, and it doesn't have a nice mild letdown, like my sweet indica homey for instance. You can
sleep on the letdown, but I wouldn't call it sleepy pot at all, just, duh!, stupid. Maybe these particular plants
had different genetics, I don't know, as I haven't seen this pot described as a downer before. It has an nice
initial head rush, but after that, try to remember your Mom's maiden name and deliver it to your vocal cords in
any kind of reasonable order. , Technical Report 3, to National Institute of Mental Health,
January 1972, Contract PH-43-68-1339 ul differences in the nature of their answers should obtain
among different kinds of marijuana smokers. For instance, do men and women react to the
drug, or report acting to the drug, in the same way, or are there systematic differences
between the sexes? Curiously, our data suggest small and not very enlightening
differences between men and women in their descriptions of the marijuana high. They
both give the same average number of characteristics describing the high—about ten per
person. And for each effect, the proportion of men and women who proffered it is about
54/46—the ratio of men to women respondents answering this question. The only pattern
that significantly departs from this is in the realm of adverse reactions. Although for both
men and women the effects which the subject and an outside observer of any ideological
persuasion would describe as pleasant heavily outweigh the unpleasant, women seem to
be more likely to mention unpleasant characteristics in their description of the high.
This pattern holds true, for instance, with feeling paranoid; less than 10 percent of the
men included paranoia as one description of their drug experience, while this was true of
21 percent of the women. Women were also more likely to report sometimes feeling
depressed (6 percent for men, 15 percent for women), introverted (16 percent vs. 30
percent), or a sense of depersonalization, being cut off from themselves (8 percent vs. 16
percent). In short, women seemed to dominate the negative responses.
Differential involvement with the drug might also be expected to yield differential
responses. Strangely, the heavy marijuana smoker (who used the drug at least three times
per week) gave the same number of average characteristics describing the high as did the
more infrequent user (smoking less than once per week). Adverse reactions were slightly
higher for the infrequent user, but the differences were small, although consistent.
Contrariwise, the more the respondent smoked, the greater was his attribution of favorable
characteristics to the marijuana high.
Aside from three effects—the feeling that everything seems funnier while high, the
sense that time is moving slowly, and the impairment of memory, as well as the sex
findings which we mentioned—no strong differences of any kind emerged from the
interviews outside of the pleasant-unpleasant orbit. In these three, the less frequent smoker
gave them more emphasis as a valid description of the high; yet for even these, the
differences were never over l0 or 12 percent. What is so striking about these descriptions,
then, is the relative consistency of descriptions, the sameness in the qualities chosen to
describe the marijuana experience; the variations are always minimal in comparison with
It is possible that our differentiation between the less than weekly smokers and those
who used the drug at least three times per week is not sufficiently sharp to capture
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final 2 weeks of this abuse takes its toll on bud production. It's best to keep them well
you'll get a fine yield.
One C99 distinction that helps is the high flower to leaf ratio. When your buds are made up of MOSTLY flowers
and less leaf - that's a BETTER kind of yield.
"“Jack Flash does go a bit long in the flowering, it grows in two types one very Sat/Haze influenced, tall 5'-6' with
huge ""Heads on Sticks"" that dried at over 1 oz. each! there were 5 of them on one lady in a 5 gal pot, she
took about 76 days, but was worth every day. The other type grows very Indica-like, there was one special lady
like this type, that was very fruity with a nice trippy high that gave way to a indica high after the first hour and
takes about 60 days to flower, also very well worth the wait, several connoisseurs said that it
was amongst the best Indica they had ever smoked, and the taste cured is fantastic.
And the strain is very
easy to take care of. It was really nice, and it yields great in both forms. Out of 7-8 different strains grown
Romberry and Jack Flash are definite repeats, as they are both in the Veg closet again.
There's really only one
place to get Sensi stock (IMO) but the price is OK considering they give ya 16 beans, in that respect there only
a/b 5$ each. Sorry for the long post but its a favorite and I wanted to give ya my $.02.” - Budm"
“Afoaf has grown and continues to grow Jack Flash, its a great strain, although variable, IMO the variations are
unique and all are quality in there own way. Here's the way the first grow went, 3 ladies were in pots of BCGA's
Super Soil recipe, there were
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3 different ladies, one was in a 5 gal pot she was a haze dominated Canabis Tinktur Ph Helv
she grew out in a ""heads on stick"" fashion, big huge heads, she was toped once at the 6 node, she grew into 6
big heads, each dried to 20-35 grams she yielded just over 5 oz's, of great tasting wake and bake, uplifting
sativa smoke. Another lady was sort of the runt, she was in a 3 gal pot also pinched at the 6th node, she had
more of a indica phenotype, nice tight colas with red pistils, great smoke very fruity, but yield was bad, at
about 20 grams.
The 3rd lady was awesome, also in a 3 gal pot, pinched at the 6th node, she grew the
densest nugs, smelled like lemon, tasted like lemon/hash, and the high was awesome, trippy and thought
provoking, but its best attribute was its wonderful taste, she yielded about 1.5 oz. All said I really like this
strain. The haze influenced lady was crossed with a Posi Big Bud in hopes of bring down its size (5.5') and
flower time 63 days under 80 watts/s.f. of mixed spectrum light.
“This is a really good plant. it finished at 50 days has a lemon taste/ with a peppery aftertaste. High is UP with
no sleepiness. I was afraid that it would be too similar to my Cinderellas due to their background, but the Jack
Flash is very different in taste and high. jack flash is lemo
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I have tried HGF's Haze. It most certainly is not the real deal. There is a lot of indica bred into it. I'm not sure
if there is any real original Haze in it at all or if they just called it Haze for sales reasons. It grew well, cloned
easily and even had a great pineapple smell. The potency on the other hand was not there at all Sativa/indica
or otherwise. Don't do it. -RedDevil
“Big plant with big leaves. Light green. It will grow to 15 feet tall outdoors.
Will produce 4-6 ounces per plant.
An extremely sweet smell.
A unique and high quality stone. Flowering: 9-10 weeks Yield: up to 100 grams” -
Richie´s catalog description
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out. Wash the unit and replace the nutrient solution with a fresh mix.
Also try to find the source of the light leak and patch it up. Using a
thick black garbage bag works well to keep the light out.
Grow and Bloom:
Some of the double packs come in two different sets - Grow
and Bloom. Basically the Grow solution is used during the plants
vegetative stage and the Bloom is used during the flowering stage. The
Bloom formulas contain more Phosphorus and Potassium and less
Other packs have a complete all in one function, but they are
lacking some additional extras.
Cannabis may find a lot of the nutrients that are mixed full
strength to be too strong and it will burn them. It is recommended that
when using any hydroponics formulations with cannabis that you do so
in MODERATION for your first grow. Many cannabis growers have
bought these products with anticipation of producing great buds only
to get great plant burns instead. It is best to start off with 30% strength
at first and then increase if needed.
Marijuana cultivators have found that full strength nutrient
solutions are not a good thing. In fact even medium strength formulas
have the power to burn your plants. Consult the information on the
packs, but in general 3.5 mls of A and B and C per liter is usually
called 100% strength. The same amount mixed with 2 liters of water is
50% strength. Marijuana can grow very well between 30% and 50%.
Never go full strength with your nutrients if this is your first time. Try
30% for the first attempt and see how your plants do. You will be
surprised at how rich a bud content you will produce with this amount
of nutrients. The most common problem associated with hydroponics
is plant burns. I have rarely heard of someone under-feeding his or her
plants in a hydro system. I have heard plenty of reports about
overfeeding plants in hydro systems. Over time you will get to know
your strain and what it likes. The better you know your strain the
better you will be able to control your feeding amounts.
HARD WATER PROBLEMS
If you have scales in your bucket or what looks like kettle rust
then you have not been maintaining your pH level. Scale is caused by
very acidic pH levels. Your local water company will provide you with
a read out of your water. You can buy nutrient products to use with
hard water. If this problem persists just drain and clean your reservoir
and mix a new batch of nutrients to the correct pH level. Some use a
Reverse Osmosis water filtering system to clean their tap water.
Distilled water has a stable pH level of 7.0.
HOWTO KNOWWHEN TO ADD MORE NUTRIENTS
This is easy and not so easy. Beginners rely on a ppm meter,
but a veteran grower learns to read the plant. The plant will tell you if
is getting enough or too much or too little. It takes a few grows to learn
to read the plant but you can do it with experience. The plant may
have drunk all the nutrients 15
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Yield 5 has production potential and was kept for that reason. The yield from the others was at least average.
As a whole taking all plants into consideration yield was better than average and there is a possibility of all
getting much better with time and choice of method used to grow em. Good ScrOG potential with this strain.
Comments: The day this is puffed when it’s older will be a great day I’m sure. Also curious to see how the yield
compares to the rest of the stable. If it gets just a tad bit better in the buzz department with age this will be
the new stone champ without doubt. It could be already NL x Shiva is dusting off the belt for transfer." - flick
Furans, S "Regarding …Skunk #1, Ed Rosenthal says he knows (it was) developed by Cultivators' Choice in California in
"Skunk #1 = originally developed by the Sacred Seed Co. (Cali/ Holland) Sk#1 arose from an Afghani X a
Colombian X a Thai. As far back as 1987 they were reporting its stability to less than 5% deviation. Now 11
years later it has to be one of the most stable strains around." -Prince Caspian