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Mr.Therapy Man
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The Warlord
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They can be left in the corner of your grow room on 12’s, will work ok. Better to take a rooted clone and flower as soon as roots are nicely formed, bigger pots as you go. This will work nicely to control them, even so, expect 8ft or more of plant.

What I would honestly suggest, if it would be your first time growing Sativa’s pure Indoors, to try one of our ”oldskool” hybrids, maybe Colombian Punto Rojo x Afgani, these are 12 to 14 weeks and whilst still being massive plants as any true F1 will be they are more controlled. Our number8, is also a excellent 1st step, beautiful plants, Colombian/Haze Purple x Chitrali1 Purple.

Both these have 80′ or more percent of the quality of high of the pure’s, they are more potent in some respects, but the absolute el primo quality of highs are the pure lines, Will take you soaring, for long times, wandering through many different phases and a Black Haze will take you places you may not know exist, lol, surprises me many times too.. either in hybrid form or not, we select from large seed starts true elites and you will maybe surprised at what quality can be found outside of mainstream seedhawks. Another line worth trying would be SourFruit in auction at BBAY 25USD.

Reason I say this is most may never have actually grown a true 50% Indica/Sativa, they have massive vigour, huge growth rate from hetrosis. Most lines you see today, like Skunk or so advertised as Sativas are mostly Indica.

All the above excellent 1st steps into the true tropical Sativas and their ways.

If you can stand the time in flower, they will deliver legendary quality highs and smiles. Get the Black Haze, this will take you to the stars.

The Warlord
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They can be left in the corner of your grow room on 12’s, will work ok. Better to take a rooted clone and flower as soon as roots are nicely formed, bigger pots as you go. This will work nicely to control them, even so, expect 8ft or more of plant.

What I would honestly suggest, if it would be your first time growing Sativa’s pure Indoors, to try one of our ”oldskool” hybrids, maybe Colombian Punto Rojo x Afgani, these are 12 to 14 weeks and whilst still being massive plants as any true F1 will be they are more controlled. Our number8, is also a excellent 1st step, beautiful plants, Colombian/Haze Purple x Chitrali1 Purple.

Both these have 80′ or more percent of the quality of high of the pure’s. Will take you soaring, for long times, wandering through many different phases. Another line worth trying would be SourFruit in auction at BBAY 25USD.

Reason I say this is most may never have actually grown a true 50% Indica/Sativa, they have massive vigour, huge growth rate from hetrosis. Most lines you see today, like Skunk or so advertised as Sativas are mostly Indica.

All the above excellent 1st steps into the true tropical Sativas and their ways.

If you can stand the time in flower, they will deliver legendary quality highs and smiles. Get the Black Haze, this will take you to the stars.

Mr.Therapy Man
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HowardWCampbell
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I’m looking at some of their haze’s right now as well. I’m just not sure if my lst skills are up to the task.

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I’m looking at some of their haze’s right now as well. I’m just not sure if my lst skills are up to the task.

Black Haze, Pure Haze, Purple Haze, and the pure Colombians we offer are serious Sativa’s and all take over 20 weeks in flowering. They are not actually that hard to grow organically, they just take a long time and need very low to nil fert’s during their life. For me, the flowering times are worth it as I grow outdoor’s under polytunnels.

I would suggest maybe some of our Haze hybrids as a starter and entry to growing pure Haze types (and equatorial Sativas) lines like SoulFruit, SourFruit (at auction by now 25USD) and the Number8 are both very tropical Sativas but with some Indica added to enable shorter flowering and higher yields, they are both excellent at delivering the quality of high the pure Sativas are known for. These all work very well indoors too. Delivering most of the qualities of a pure Tropical Sativa.

However, it is not possible to make a short flowering ‘perfect’ tropical Sativa dom for indoor, simply put the the maturity of the pure Sativas is what add’s that very special something to the mix. If you can handle the time in flower (stick them in a corner of the grow on 12’s they will do fine) it is a very rewarding to grow the pure Sativa’s like BlackHaze which i highly recommend to those seeking the finest quality of high’s.

Posting a few pics of hybrid ‘haze’ and Sativa’s, SoulFruit, SourFruit, Number8’s, etc, all these pics I’m posting are actual customer photo’s of plants grown from our supplied seeds, not 1 in a million ‘breeder’ pics. This is our policy. What you see, is what you get.

Must also stress that our plant line’s being descended from Heirloom and Landrace lines need very little fert’s and are best grown in organic methods with little or no addition of ferts, they don’t need much to deliver their best brothers, just some love. I have known them grown by complete new growers perfectly and never seen or heard of a hermie. They where really worked from high populations and are very ‘bullet proof’ if low levels of fert is given (especially N)

Peace and thanks for the interest in our work guy’s.
HHF

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HowardWCampbell
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Black Haze, Pure Haze, Purple Haze, and the pure Colombians we offer are serious Sativa’s and all take over 20 weeks in flowering. They are not actually that hard to grow organically, they just take a long time and need very low to nil fert’s during their life. For me, the flowering times are worth it as I grow outdoor’s under polytunnels.

I would suggest maybe some of our Haze hybrids as a starter and entry to growing pure Haze types (and equatorial Sativas) lines like SoulFruit, SourFruit (at auction by now 25USD) and the Number8 are both very tropical Sativas but with some Indica added to enable shorter flowering and higher yields, they are both excellent at delivering the quality of high the pure Sativas are known for. These all work very well indoors too. Delivering most of the qualities of a pure Tropical Sativa.

However, it is not possible to make a short flowering ‘perfect’ tropical Sativa dom for indoor, simply put the the maturity of the pure Sativas is what add’s that very special something to the mix. If you can handle the time in flower (stick them in a corner of the grow on 12’s they will do fine) it is a very rewarding to grow the pure Sativa’s like BlackHaze which i highly recommend to those seeking the finest quality of high’s.

Posting a few pics of hybrid ‘haze’ and Sativa’s, SoulFruit, SourFruit, Number8’s, etc, all these pics I’m posting are actual customer photo’s of plants grown from our supplied seeds, not 1 in a million ‘breeder’ pics. This is our policy. What you see, is what you get.

Must also stress that our plant line’s being descended from Heirloom and Landrace lines need very little fert’s and are best grown in organic methods with little or no addition of ferts, they don’t need much to deliver their best brothers, just some love. I have known them grown by complete new growers perfectly and never seen or heard of a hermie. They where really worked from high populations and are very ‘bullet proof’ if low levels of fert is given (especially N)

Peace and thanks for the interest in our work guy’s.
HHF

Sounds similar to mandala. Have I mentioned I have a mancrush on mandala mike.

I want one of the 20+ week flowerers. I figure with some lst and supercropping, plus 12/12 from seed I can do it. I don’t want any hybrid, I want to experience the real thing. I can make my own hybrids.

Also, do you have any pure indica or any indica dom strains? I didn’t notice any over at breedbay.

Much respect for your contributions here, it seems like you have a lot of knowledge to share with the riu community.

Has anyone grown these old landrace genes with 22 weeks flowering time.I wondered about some of the columbian strains ran on 12/12 .Im going with the…