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MoorlandMoss posted a topic in Public Grow JournalsSoil mix, 1/3rd Lava rock (perlite is too degradable), 1/3rd local compost (mixed 50/50 with local EWC), 1/3rd peat moss/sphagnum moss... amended with azomite, alfalfa and kelp. Cover crop Alpine strawberries, NW native blueberries (max height 14"). Regular mulching with trimmings, straw and local sourced botanicals, such as nettles, comfrey, berries. A big pile of worms. A ladybird house. Regular applications of foliar sprays to stimulate hormonal response..for example, taking dandelion buds (via bio-reactor) and using that to give flowering plants a big push...Coconut utilized, as the biggest seed, to also introduce enzymes....also Aloe for cloning as well as foliar feeding. Worms fed with botanical infused applications ie..Alfalfa seeds, Kelp meal, barley seeds, food scraps and the cover crop. AACT, Fermented teas, sprouted seeds...all to be utilized. i will be avoiding bat guano because of the potential environmental impacts on those furry little .....also steering clear of animal products cellular memory and such. Ace seeds nepelese Jamaican " NEPAL JAM STANDARD FAST FLOWERING NEPALESE HYBRID WITH EXCELLENT RESISTANCE AGAINST COLD AND RAIN The Nepalese sativa is a strong and compact highland sativa with short flowering and excellent resistance against mold and cold. Its dense and resinous flowers produce first class hash. The Nepalese was crossed with a touch of Jamaican 85 to add vigor, yield, bluish colors and the classic positive Jamaican effect to the final hybrid, whilst maintaining the original Nepalese sativa behavior. Excellent sativa for rainy and cold climates, and for indoor growing. F6 STABILIZED HYBRID STANDARD - FEMALE AND MALE PLANTS 60 % SATIVA / 40 % INDICA FLOWERING INDOORS: 9 WEEKS FLOWERING OUTDOORS: END OF SEPTEMBER/ EARLY OCTOBER YIELD / M2: AVERAGE-HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST SPIDER MITES: AVERAGE-HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST MILDEW: HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST BOTRYTIS: HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST COLD: HIGH LATITUDE: 0-47º GENETICS FLOWERING 60 % sativa / 40 % indica. F6 stabilized hybrid. (Nepalese/Jamaica '85) x Nepalese. End of September / Early October STRUCTURE YIELD / M2 Small-medium structure with columnar growth. Average-High. BOUQUET HIGH Seductive sweet and caramelized aroma with hints of honey. Warm, clean and expansive effect that leaves you happy and floating on air for 2-3 hours. GROWING TIPS Nepal Jam has acquired a surprising resistance against cold, rain and all types of fungus. It produces excellent results, flowering even on foggy or icy days (in conditions where other varieties would easily die or rot). It has been grown in a great variety of climates: warm or cold, dry or wet, including northern countries from Central and Eastern Europe. Due to its stability, adaptability and resistance, we highly recommend Nepal Jam for breeding projects, and to develop fast flowering hybrids of warm and expansive effect. We recommend average fertilizer levels for the whole cycle. Female seeds of the Netherlands " C99 Product description The C’99 is the holy grail of the cannabis strains. As she resembles the high and the taste of an exceptional sweet landrace sativa, which normally takes half a year to flower. But the C99 flowers in 7 - 8 weeks. On top of that the buds are quite sugared. This new batch is a cross of two exceptional basic pheno types, the Grapefruit and the Pineapple. Both derived from the original Brothers Grimm C99. It matures in 4 weeks from seed, which is much faster than the original C99. (6 - 8 weeks) One not to miss! Flowering time: 56 days Height: 80 - 100 cm Seed to Harvest: 75 day Yield: high Taste / Smell: Extremely fruity like a pineapple / grapefruit"