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Strains that I've grown out

Postby Dave_smith » Tue Aug 19, 2014 9:08 am

I thought I'd compile a list of some strains that I've grown out...... Here goes ( yield and taste out of 10, 10 being super-0 being rubbish)

Yield. Taste. How hard plant was to grow (10 hardest, 0 easiest)

Pineapple Express. 7. 7. 3
Critical mass. 10. 4. 3
Blue cheese. 7. 7. 5
Thai x skunk no1. 8. 7. 9
Super silver haze. 8. 10 5
BC god bud. 6. 6. 4
Bc the black. 9. 2. 1
Grapefruit krush. 6. 6. 5
Emerald jack. 8. 1. 4
Whiteberry. 7. 7. 3
Skunk no11. 10. 3. 2
Black domina. 8.5. 6. 2
Super jack 8.5. 6. 2
Armageddon. 6. 5. 2
Sputnik no1. 7. 5. 5
Grapefruit. 9. 10. 6
Blue mystic. 8. 8. 2
Strawberry haze....... Just don't grow it out 0 0 0
Burmese kush. 5. 3. 3
Blueberry. 5. 9. 10
Blues. 10. 9. 5
Killer skunk. 9. 9. 5
Smellyberry. 8. 9. 4
Super lemon haze. 9. 9. 6
Sour kush aka headband. 6. 9. 5
Og 18. 7. 8. 6
Medicine man. 6. 6. 6
Green crack. 8. 3. 5
Sad. 8. 7. 2
Blue widow. 8. 5. 2
Sour kush. 6. 9. 4
As I remember I'll post up more strains, if anyone wants any advice on what seeds to buy from what company or about any of the strains I listed..... Just ask ;)
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Re: Strains that I've grown out

Postby Lochkaese » Mon Oct 13, 2014 12:36 pm

Man you have grown a lot of strains :shock: I´m more of a stay-to-the-strain-i-know guy, growing only 3 strains (with a few bagseeds here and there) for ~10 years.
My short list:

BubbleGum 7/10/ 4 (I just adore the taste and smell)
Skunk#1 10/ 7/ 2 (great yield with not too much care, AMAZING yield with good care, my beginners strain)
Jack Herer 9/ 7/ 3 (great yield, great high, deserves the name)

I have to say I find it hard to set the "how-hard-to-grow" number, every strain is a little different, some need more nutes, bigger pots, some react good to a scrog, some hate defoliaton.
The better you know a strain the easier it is to grow/ the higher yields you get.

greetings ;)
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Re: Strains that I've grown out

Postby Dave_smith » Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:29 pm

Hi man, I completely agree about rating how hard a strain is to grow, especially as u get different phenos in the same pack of seeds ( unless your dealing with a good breeder). Something that was easy for me too grow out May be difficult for the next man, my results r just how I found each strain ;)

Peace bro
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Re: Strains that I've grown out

Postby Lochkaese » Wed Oct 15, 2014 8:16 pm

so the strawberry haze was really so bad? the name sounds so promising, i really like the fruity ones. need to grow some bubblegum anytime next year...
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Re: Strains that I've grown out

Postby Dave_smith » Sat Oct 18, 2014 7:56 pm

Yeah the strawberry haze was shite man!! There super lemon haze was very good all round but the plants varied a lot. White berry smells of rotten fruit try that man
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Re: Strains that I've grown out

Postby Universalplunk » Fri Aug 17, 2018 3:32 pm

The optimal pH level for marijuana plants exists within a range. It is vital that the plants are grown in an environment that has a pH value between 5.8 and 6.2. If the pH value goes beyond this range, the growth of the plants will be severely stunted.
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