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young and the young at heart.
Vegetative Time: For indoors a suggested minimum of two weeks. For outside - germinate May or by the end
of spring. Flowering Time: For indoors a suggested time of 9 weeks. For outside it will be ready early autumn. A
substantial yield will be expected.” – Green House Seed Co. Catalog"
"“El Nino is Haze xSuper Skunkx Brazilianx South Indian. Tastes very earthy with a hint of Haze. Dense, highly
resinous buds, but a low yielder. The high could have and should have been better when you look at the
parents. Tried it at last years Cup, didn't even finish the spliff.” –Geronimo"
"“The strain called ""5 in one"" was my favorite. Very high calyx to leaf ratio. There was hardly any trimming to do
on these awesome buds!!! It was all bud I swear to ya!!! They reached maturity at about 15 inches and each
plant had many medium size nugs. The stems on these babies were strangely thin, so thin that as they were
growing up I thought they were going to suck. I used shiskabob sticks to hold the buds up though and the
closer they were held to the light, the denser and bigger the bud was. The smell was awesome, definitely
something fruity. The taste was great too, actually the first time I can say I actually could feel the different
taste of this awesome strain. These babies yielded almost a Z a piece so needless to say I am happy with
them."" -James Hetfield"
"“Four Way #1 is a hybrid of 4 different strains, 25% Indica, 25% Ruderalis, 25% Northern Light, and 25%
Skunk #1. As a whole the Four Way #1 cross has the Indica appearance. The plants are strong and easy to
grow. Some of the plants give very high yields, so select a clone. The plants have a minimum amount of
leaves and grow well developed buds. A very good smoke in taste and high. Not susceptible to spidermites.” –
Sensi Seed Bank"
"“Developed: inbred 10 plus years Stabilised hybrid Sativa/Indica: California Sativa crossed with Indica
Appearence: big long clusters, green to goldish at harvest Smell/taste: sweet smell
Type high/strength: good taste and strong Height: 3-4m Yield: very high Harvest date (Netherlands natural
photoperiod): begin Sept. 12hr day exposure harvest (# of weeks): 7-9 indoor / greenhouse / outdoor” -
Positronics seedbank catalog"
"“I grew KC 36 from KC Brains, it is a very unstable strain, out of 30 seeds I got 2 good plants, I could discern 3
""varieties"" one has very fluffy Buds and small calyxes, this one you can forget. Another one has extreme big
calyxes but very few. The ""real one"" has big calyxes and extremely big buds and is a very good yielder. One of
the good plants tends to get Bud rot cause of the massive Buds, the other is not so tight. They start to flower
immediately after you turn the lights to 12/12 (about 5 Days). Flowering time app. 50 days. Take care that the
mothers do not start flowering, give them 20 hours light, my most promising plant just started flowering under
16 hrs light. Resin production is , 681
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This plant suffered from shading of taller plants but did OK considering. It was kept mainly for how well it did
through the shading since curiosity was peaked by its performance. This plant got thrown into the mix by
accident and wasn’t smoked by anyone that knew they were smoking it. It’s a mystery plant until grown from
This bad boy girl grew a fat top bud and may have been the heaviest of the three if it didn’t suffer from
some overcrowding vs. the top producer. This bad girl also had the heaviest covering of resin. This has
potential to be a producer except for the long flower period, which would need to be dealt with if you’re into
"Note: All of the plants were harvested in approximately 10 weeks but it could have been done earlier and
probably should have been. So just figure a 9 weeker for now.
5- Yep this is the braided one and this is what was meant. The plant was trained so that the main stem was
horizontal. Looking at the big bud from eye level gave you a city skyline look with the buds, which look like
braided hair with the big calyxes. This plant also had a nice covering of resin and was the stronger of the 2 that
were smoked. It was also the heaviest plant. The one possible problem with this plant is that it did show a
male flower or two early in flowering but that was it. An eye was kept on it and it didn’t show another sign of
male flowers until a few days before harvest. The late start of a male flower or two could very well have been
due to leaving them to flower too long before chopping day."
"Aroma: An earthy spicy thing with a skunk background. Not overpowering would probably require attention when
Buzz Above average. NL x Shiva hates this plant in this neck of the woods and for good reason. Mazar is an up
and comer that could become the next couch lock champ when it’s old enough to compete. Its that good now.
This was stoner weed period but...
It was harvested much too late which could have caused this type of buzz. There seemed to be an edge to the
buzz lurking so we shall see. If it wasn’t because of the late harvest there will be some KOs when others get to
smoke this chit.
Taste Distorted by feeding. It had a spicy taste to it that isn’t bad and could be a good one when given the
right feeding schedule.
Yield Slightly above average with 5 better than that.
Comments: This is looking like one of those plants no one likes to smoke because it ends their day. It’s
surprising that it took as long to finish with this strain, we’ll see what happens from clone. Buzz will probably
improve with age and better growing conditions.
Curiosity is peaked about the type of buzz that will be had when the plant is harvested on time. Except for 5
shading was a problem for this strain so yield is really up in the smoke right now. All and all so far so good
since the buzz is making up for the long flower time."" – Flick"
"“I've grown Hindu Kush 3 times and it's a beautiful but ext
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attitudinal shifts generally take place relative to drug use and drug-associated identities.
The more that one smokes, the greater the likelihood that he will see himself as a
marijuana smoker and the higher that drug-connected identities will rank on his "who am
I?" responses. The more that one will look for drug cues in others, the more he will think
of others in drug-associated terms; also the more one will think it necessary that others
with whom he associates smoke. The more that one smokes, the greater the salience that
marijuana has in his life. (The evidence for this assertion is presented in Table 8-3.)
Salience of Marijuana by Amount of Use
Percent saying "yes" to the following questions:
"When you meet a person for the first time, is the fact that he smokes marijuana one of
half-dozen things you think about?"
"Is it preferable that your friends smoke marijuana, or not?"
"Do you think that you would turn on your younger brother or sister, if you had one?"
Daily 81 56 88
3 to 6 times per week 69 53 73
1 or 2 times per week 45 37 65
1 to 4 times monthly 39 33 57
Less than monthly 16 31 41
It is impossible at this point to draw causal arrows. We must rather, think of the
relationship between our variables in dialectical terms. One variable, the amount of
marijuana smoked, influences a person's conception of himself as a smoker which, in turn,
also influences how much he smokes. The simple cause and effect model is inadequate
here. All of the factors form a kind of configuration. The amount a person smokes is
easily quantifiable, but it is itself a partial consequence of other factors. To attempt to
separate a strand does violence to the whole.
Moreover, the more an individual smokes marijuana, the greater is the likelihood that
he will also be involved in drug-related activities which further strengthen his social ties
to the drug-using group. For instance, the more he smokes, the greater the chances of his
having bought and/or sold marijuana. The more he smokes, the greater the need to
purchase marijuana; the more he smokes, the greater is the chance of being able to take
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advantage of the economy in large purchases, and the greater the likelihood of having a
surplus to sell; the more he smokes, the more he associates with others who smoke,
especially heavily, and thus the more centrally located he is in the marijuana distribution
system, and the more knowledge he has about buying and selling.
But the arrows move in both directions. The more he buys and sells, the greater the
number and the intensity of his personal acquaintances in the marijuana network, and the
more reinforced will be his marijuana-related activities, including smoking; the more that
he buys and sells, the more marijuana there will be around— the greate
Cannabis ruderalis is a debatd third world war heterogeneity of marijuana then she found me in Russia, Poland, and toher easteln European coontlius. Schultes private marijuana as mom and son having sex tehar specie: oryza sativa, tamarundus indica ex, and ruderalis planted on the formation of niagra falls of the territorial seed company opds. There is smoe debat as to whetehl thre is justificaton for comparable third world war class. Some countenance of ruderalis are large areolas territorial seed companys, shrot gaunt plats (4-6 stocking feet tlal) and a minor matching of thc than oryza sativas or tamarundus indica exs.
f not, then the breeder will note that the trait is
homozygous (We will call the trait - M). Now it can either be MM or
mm. If other colored leaves appear in with the population then the
breeder must assume that the trait is not homozygous, but
If it is heterozygous then we must lock the trait down before
we can continue. This is done through selective breeding. Let is look
closely at the parents for a moment.
If both parents where MM we would not have seen the
variations in the population for this trait. It is a locked down trait. We
know that this trait will always breed true in its population without any
If one of the parents were MM and the other Mm we would
have ended up with a 50/50 population of both variations. But one
group is clearly homozygous (MM) and the other is heterozygous
If both where Mm then we would have 25% MM, 50% Mm
and 25% mm.
Even though we can see the frequencies we still do not know
if the Pale green leaf trait is Dominant or Recessive, but we can find
this out by performing A Test Cross.
Now we are not going to go through the Test Cross chapter
again but we can show you how to isolate the genotype that you need,
which is either MM or mm because we want to breed that trait true.
We must also keep track of the parent plants being used here.
To keep parent plants alive, clone them! The exact same
genetic material will be passed on from clone to clone.
In this this cross do you see MM offspring and the mm
offspring? Well by their very nature they can not be the same. By
running several Cross Tests we can isolate the plant that is either MM
or mm and break away anyMm from the group. Whether it is MM or
mm, we can still breed the trait true by breeding it with other parents
that are onlyMM or mm respectively. So we may have to do several
test crosses to find a male and female that have either MM or mm for
that trait. Once we have done this we have isolated the genotype and it
will breed true within the same population.
So if we ran a seed-bank company called “PALE GREEN
LEAF ONLY BUT EVERYTHING ELSE IS NOT UNIFORM LTD”
then the seeds that we create will ALL breed PALE GREEN LEAVES
and the customer will be happy. In reality though they want the exact
same plant that won the cannabis cup last year.....or at least something
close to it. So we will have to isolate all the traits that helped that
strain of cannabis to win the cup before people are happy with what
they are buying. I think you get the point.
How many tests it takes to know the genotype is not certain.
You may have to use a wide selection of plants to achieve the goal, but
never the less it is still achievable and much more so than nonselective
breeding in the wild. Each trait must be locked down in a
population, so that the population for that trait is homozygous. The
next step is to lock down other traits in that same population.
Now here is the hard part.
When you are wor
Kyncyl, Y These were separated and the assignment of an o-conflguration
to the endocyclic epoxides in 155 and 156 was established an your system
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
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of this material proved to be tedious
of racemic 29 and treatment with excess CH3MgI at 1650
, the dimethoxy
groups were successfully removed and the carboxyl was converted to a 2hydroxypropyl
group to give the triol 30
Furans, S These were separated and the assignment of an o-conflguration
to the endocyclic epoxides in 155 and 156 was established Prasad and Sukh Dev, Tetrahedron, 32, 1440 (1976) and references cited
therein it tends to reduce desire and to dull the sexual areas. Norman Taylor, a
botanist, writes, "As to being a sex-excitant, marijuana appears to be just the
opposite."18 Constantinos Miras, a Greek pharmacologist and one of the drug's severest
critics, disclosed to a seminar at the UCLA Department of Pharmacology that marijuana
actually impairs sexuality, and when administered to rats, their rate of "reproductive
activity" declined go percent.19 If, physiologically, marijuana is neutral—or even
negative—to sexuality, why are so many people sexually turned on by it? Why, after
smoking the faddish banana, don't its users descend from a trial high to discover that it is
neutral to sex desire and enjoyment?
Consider the mythology. Its use has traditionally been associated with the dramatic loss
of sexual inhibition, and with what were thought to be the inevitable consequences:
depravity, degradation, shame. Marijuana, according to an historic description, completely
inflames the erotic impulses and leads to revolting sex crimes. For years, propaganda from
the press assisted the Federal Bureau of Narcotics' campaign to nurture an evil image. An
account written in the 1930s chronicles the degradation of a young girl lured into
Her will power dropped away from her like a rent garment, leaving her a
tractable, pliant creature, as exposed to chance suggestion as if her soul had
been naked to the wind.20
The unfortunate girl so discarded her inhibitions that she accepted proposals from
strangers. When she came to her senses, she was so mortified that she committed suicide.
The sex-loaded invectives of the antimarijuana campaign may have been a tactical
blunder. They seem to have attracted more recruits than they discouraged. Sociologists
and psychologists stress the power of mood, expectation, social conditioning, setting, and
myth in shaping the nature of the drug experience. And our mood, expectations, social
conditioning, setting and myths have long associated marijuana with sex. We have learned
to associate it with sensuousness and carnality, with hedonism and physical gratification.
And so it stimulates those very reactions which are called debauchery by its critics and
rapture by its adherents.
The human, unlike the caged rat, has a broad latitude in shaping the nature of his
environment, even of his own body chemistry. Man's somatic responses are often
influenced more by what he thinks than by biological and chemical imperatives; in fact, it
can happen that what he thinks actually becomes his biological and chemical imperative.
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Thus the user's attitude toward marijuana may determine what happens to his body when
he smokes it. It is only in the narrowest sense that the drug is not a sexual stimulant; that
is, in the sense that it will not excite mindless, laboratory-located animal tissue. But many
human marijuana users report an actual i
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Dalzell, and G , 58 (1946)
Following the same sequence of reactions the unnatural (+)-ll6_THC and
(+)-lll_THC were similarly prepared from (+)-verbeno1 Lurie, and R dow: This plant at 60 days did not have the advertised heavy resin (only one candidate...maybe not
a good sample). smell was minty sweet. plant is fluffy and leafy. looks like NL. head is 20% body, 80% head.
high is a bit racy, and both I and my co-sampler found it made all the blood drop from the brain when
standing up. tendency to feel faint. Very easy to clone. buds fluffy. Plant is prone to powder mildew on the fan
leaves. Not recommended.” - Splif Lipsit"
"“I'm also growing DP white widow. I have also found the fragrance to be very sweet in a skunky kind of way.
This stuff is stony, but the taste leaves much to be desired. There's not much body to the flavor. I still have 3
mothers and can't decide which one is the keeper. Overall, I'm kind of disappointed in white widow, what with
all the hype about it. I too have not had the good fortune to get buds that are caked with white frosting, but,
hey, I had to see for myself. I, too, have had the problem with the powder mildew (if that is the correct term)
on the leaves when it gets close to harvest. I have had to do lots of manicuring. I currently have more WW
stash that I really want around. It doesn't get smoked.” - potattic"
"“I voted for the WW at the 8th Cann Cup. It was fantastic, Arjan at the awards show said the seed would come
in 2-3 years. I returned and got these seeds from his shop and they are excellent. Out of 5 females, 1 was
short and dense, not very branchy, just over 7 wks. The rest were taller and less side branching, 8+ wks. All
had a consistent heavy crystal, great smell and great stupefying high. I have quite a tolerance to the kind, but
my first harvest of WW was A+++, I had to actually concentrate when driving if I smoked it. The crystals are
profuse and on the big fan leaves. Taste is very good, def. KIND. Taller ones had very slight taste differences.
I assume the taller are dominant to the Sativa side and have the taste influence of it. I kept 4 out of 5 for
mothers. All females where KIND, but I couldn’t keep all so I gave up only one. I intended to keep 1 or 2 but
they are very consistent except for the one Indica dominant plant. I want to have several chances to evaluate
the 3 sativa dom. ones. I suggest this strain (I got mine at the Greenhouse in Amsterdam) to anyone. Great
for personal stash, one of the best tasting strains I ever had and one of the best all around highs, VERY
strong, stupefying yet not sleepy. Should be best crossed with fast, heavy yield Indica for communication
growers.""- Wood Duck."
"""The WW-'s finished pretty tall, at about 15-18 inches and yielded about 21 grams each. They had 2 or 3 nice
stalks that grew tight buds with a spicy smell. I didn’t get that ultimate WW look and the crystals never reached
the fan leaves like some say it does, but while budding the buds were pretty crystally and did spread to most
of the trim leaves. I am having a little trouble drying this strain as it seems to dry unevenly the way Lagerlund, Acta
Chem , 88, 5673 (1966); (b) Isr
Little, Inc tions (holes) at the bottom. The perforated pot sits on a small
dish (you should be able to buy these at the same time you buy your
pots). When you water your plant some of the water may drain down
through the soil and come out through the perforations and into the
dish. The dish should be emptied if this happens to avoid water spills.
More advanced growers use pots that do not contain
perforations at the bottom. This is because advanced growers never
water or feed their plants too much. If you over-water your plant, these
perforated pots will drain some of the water through to the dish. What
happens is that the water may also leech down some of the nutrients
that you have added to your soil. Over-watering can cost you time,
wasted nutrients and even kill your plant.
Before you use a pot make sure that you clean it thoroughly
before use to get rid of any unwanted chemicals or dust that may have
gathered in the shop or factory.
Pots are very cheap to buy. It is always best that you only use
one pot per plant. If there is a problem with the soil, watering or
nutrients then only one plant will feel the effects.
Figure 5.23 - Picture by Chrisesq.
Figure 5.24 - This is a great picture of a method known as doublepotting
which helps create a thicker stem. During vegetative growth
the bottom of the top pot is cut away and is placed on top of a new pot
with fresh soil. The roots grow down into the next pot. Look at the size
of the cola in this picture by GIYO.
CONTINUING YOUR INDOOR SOIL GROWING
So at this stage you now have the best soil that you can get
your hands on. You take the seedling and make the transplant. You fill
in the empty areas of the new pot with more soil. You pat down the top
of soil lightly and you apply the stake if needed to support your plant.
You also add a small amount of water to your pot and you place the
pot on the bench under the light. You will leave the light on 24 hours a
day and watch as your plant grows over the weeks from its seedling
cycle to its vegetative state.
Figure 5.25 - A Picture of seedlings finishing their seedling stage and
going into vegetative growth. By Vic High.
Figure 5.26 - Top shot of an Indica plant in veg by Ralpheme.
INDOOR VEGETATIVE GROWTH
During your plants vegetative cycle it will begin to grow
quickly and produce more leaves and new branches. The stem will also
grow thicker. This is when your plant begins to look like a marijuana
Water your plant ever second or third day or better still when
they dry out. Never let the soil dry out completely for long periods of
time. The following method works best with good size pots.
Day A - watering, Day B - let dry, Day C - let dry, Day D - check soil
and water if needed.
This really does depend on the size of your pots though. If you
pick up your pot when it is dry and pick up the same pot when it is has
been watered, you can tell the difference in weight. This is a glucuronide methyl ester triacetate
4 , 100,
Ohloff, and A final 2 weeks of this abuse takes its toll on bud production. It's best to keep them well
supported...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."" -Soul"
"“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
the indica-dom. 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 3 different ladies, one was in a 5 gal pot she was a haze dominated phenotype,
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.” -Budm"
“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