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This one was the highest of the yielders and came in third in buzz with the plants that were killed off. Not a
distant third just third. The plant matured in approximately 8 weeks. This ma actually has production potential
based on what has been seen so far.
This baby was the lowest of the yielders but came in a strong second in buzz. It also finished in
approximately 8 weeks.
This was the rebel of the bunch. Difference in growth weren’t that noticeable during veg but this plant
showed its colors during flowering. The others had bud formation up and down the stem while this one grew
chunky buds at every node. This made for a longer manicure but it was worth it since this plant has the best
buzz at this time by a noticeable margin. It’s probably the best weed in the stable right now even while still a
pup. This was an 8 to 9 week baby. It’s at the very least good enough for a head to head with the current
champs Top 44 and NxS right now. Razdan and J Perez-Reyes, Int cussions, see Peter L. Berger, Invitation to Sociology (Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday,
1963), Berger and Luckmann, The Social Construction of Reality (Garden City, N. Y.:
Doubleday, 1966); Berger, The Sacred Canopy (Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1967);
Herbert Marcuse, One-Dimensional Man (Boston: Beacon, 1964); Ernest Becker, The
Birth and Death of Meaning (New York: Free Press, 1962). (back)
28. Brotman and Suffet, op. cit., p. 10. (back)
29. C. Robert Jennings, "Truman Capote Talks, Talks, Talks," New York, May 13, p.68,
30. Randolfe Wicker, "Odds and Ends," The Marijuana Newsletter 1, No. 2 (March,
1965): 9. (back)
31. Howard Smith, "Scenes," The Village Voice, August 3, 1967. (back)
32. "Stephen Nemo," Letter to the editor, Avant-Garde no. 2 (March 1968): pp. 9-10.
Often the same individuals who report the drug's pacifist-inducing properties will also
relate, with sadness, the fact that it does not always work. A recently returned veteran of
the Vietnam conflict, a confirmed pothead, describes several "head" colleagues in his
company's tank crew: "These guys would start at one end of a village and run over the
roofs all the way down to the other end, and crush every man, woman, child, chicken, cat,
dog, everything. Dead. Then they'd cross the street and go down over the roofs on the
other side.... And when everything stopped moving, they'd take the machine gun.... These
cats are, you know different.... These guys turn on, but they've got war in their hearts."
See Ken Weaver, "Viper Vision Vietnam" (an anonymous interview), The East Village
Other, November 1, 1968, p. 17. (back)
33. Jerry Rubin, "The Yippies Are Going to Chicago, The Realist, September 1968, p.
34. Rubin, "An Emergency Letter to My Brothers and Sisters in the Movement," The
New York Review, February 13, 1969, p. 27. (back)
35. Jerry Rubin, quoted in Peter Schjeldahl, "Thoughts of Chairman Jerry," Avant-
Garde, No. 7 (March 1969): p. 33. (back)
36. The following remarks are based on Prof. J. W. Spellman's talk given at the "New
Worlds" Drug Symposium at the State University of New York at Buffalo, February 28,
1969; Spellman is a Canadian professor of Asian Studies. (back)
37. See, for instance, Sylvan Fox, "Marijuana Still a Mystery to Scientists," The New
York Times, February 2, 1969, pp. 1, 58, for an exploration of the extent of disagreement
and lack of knowledge among scientists concerning marijuana's effects, both long-and
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38. Michael Town, a law student, has argued precisely along these lines: the state must
"show a compelling interest" in the "infringement of the individual's rights" regarding
marijuana possession. The burden of proof as to the drug's dangers rests with the state, and
as yet no adequate defense of the deprivation of liberties has been submitted. See Michael
A. Town, "The California Marijuana Possession S When I went to A-dam in November, they had the SAGE bud offered by THSeeds at the Hempworks. I was told
by the breeder in A-dam that Sage was Big Sur Holy Weed x Haze. I was also told that the Big Sur Holy Weed
was his nicest yielding/tasting Afghan. Bud was top notch, hope this helps.” - Damion
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In contrast, the cis-c 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
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 the recessive trait, the unknown genotype is
3. If ALL the offspring have the dominant trait, the unknown genotype
is homozygous dominant
4. Large numbers are needed for reliable results.
And this is your first step into the world of breeding because:
(1) When you breed plants you want to continue a trait. Something
that you like to see on your plant or taste with your plant or the height
of your plant.
(2) When you want to continue that trait you must know if it is
Homozygous Dominant, Heterozygous or Homozygous Recessive.
(3) You can find that out by running a test cross.
So the question may arise - How do I breed for several traits,
like taste, smell, vigor and color? Well that is a big question. Maybe to
understand more about that we should learn more about Hardy-
Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Part 2
If we mate two individuals that are heterozygous (e.g., Bb) for
a trait what will we find? (Let’s make the Punnett square).
Look at that. In this group our resulting offspring will be:
This means that:
25% of their offspring are homozygous for the dominant allele (BB).
50% are heterozygous like their parents (Bb) and
25% are homozygous for the recessive allele (bb).
Now look at this closely. Unlike their parents Bb Bb, 25%
will express the recessive phenotype bb. So if we where given two
parents that displayed golden bud but where BOTH heterozygous for
that trait Bb, we would also produce offspring that have silver bud. But
since Bb is dominant in both parents, neither of the parents would
display the phenotype for silver bud.
This is really what breeding is all about. When we have a
strain that we want to keep, how do we know that the parts we want to
keep will actually be kept in our breeding process?
This is where the test cross comes in. If we create seeds from
a strain that we bought in a seed-bank how can we be sure that the
offspring will have the character that we like? Well the facts are this.
If the trait(s) we wish to continue are Homozygous Dominant (BB) in
both the parent plants then there is no way we can produce a recessive
genotype for that trait in the offspring. We already explained this in
the previous section.
Let’s prove this:
Look! It is impossible for the recessive trait to appear.
And if both parents contained the recessive trait we can not
produce the dominant trait. Let us see this in action too.
There we proved that too.
So now we are starting to understand that in order to breed a
trait properly we must know if it is Homozygous or Heterozygous or
Homozygous Recessive before we can understand what it is we are
doing and PREDICT THE RESULTS BEFORE THEY HAPPEN. And
this ladies and gentlemen is what breeding is all about -
Understanding a trait’s genotype, predicting the outcome of a cross
and LOCKING DOWN TRAITS. So how can we lock down a trait you
might ask? Well we will cover this later after we underst Those of you that are growing the BlueWidow are growing a very good strain short nodes thick dark green
leaves in fact its very short I have a mother that’s 31 and hasn't got much taller than that when u flower her its
a bombshell thick dense ROCK SOLID buds covered in so much glands it almost hurts the eyes to look at it
and a strong smell that hurts the nose a bit its sweet hashy berry taste that explodes the lungs VERY STRONG.
IMO better than pure blueberry. You will fall in love with this hybrid very short, good side branching buds will
form in thick rock solid clusters and have sooo much resin everywhere in between small thick leaves has a
smell that tingles the nose a sweet berry taste that goes BOOM in your lungs:). I tried some leaf from it 10
days into 12/12,and I must say very impressive. I always sample a little female leaf after sexing the plants. I
have tried leaf from MCW, nc#5,nc#3,REW and the BlueWidow is in a class of its own. can’t wait to try the
finished product. I have finished some of the BW. It's gonna be a keeper for our purposes. I too have noticed
this strange growth pattern described below. My partner kept saying " the plants don’t have any center stalks,
then they grow another node!” I wondered if he was nuts at first (he is, but that’s beside the point), but he
described it to a tee. Thanks for the insight and education Bang! The plants are uniform and almost as wide as
they are tall. They all possess the unmistakable blue hue to the tops and a flavor and aroma that leaves me
wanting more. It isn’t the most powerful stone we have, but the flavor more than makes up for that.
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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
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"“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
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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
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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
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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.
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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"
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