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I have to admit that I love a plant that has matured some. They are just so fun to watch. I wish I had them in 5 gal pots with a little less vegging and would have all my ducks in a row when I flip them next time.

 

I can't wait to get them dried! After smoking samples from the ~30 day mark, I can only imagine... :wub:

 

PeAce

 

MrG

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Great looking gm f2 you have bro!!!! Awesome job...

 

Best vibes, stay safe and fly high

 

Greetz RhinoCBD

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I'm smoking some pre-cured GM F2 bud. Oh boy, this is a powerhorse! 5 min after the first hit my frontal lobe is paralyzed, my lower backpain is gone.. and i can't write a smoke report atm :dribble:. So 10 min later i complety shut down and living in my own mellow mood world haha. Sorry, you still owe a solid smoke report, but not now. I can't

 

 

 

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Ultra narcotic numbness, pain relief, powerhouse.

 

Green Manalishi is such a great strain, there is no competition.

 

Just enjoy!

 

Poldergrower and RhinoCbd

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*Sunnyvale had landed back on planet Earth*

 

@PG

 

Damn bro, it's really hard stuff haha. I really enjoy this stuff, sadly it was just a minimonster and not just like Mr.G. The GM F2 is back to reveg (almost a week now). This is a super strain to cross. I cracked a couple seeds to cross with her. I felt in love with the GM.

 

Thanks NAW. I can't thank you enough; Thank you! I can't believe this is a freebee!

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You're getting me all excited, @ Sunnyvale! That report says it all.... ha. The samples I smoked were from a month ago so I'm excited for some mature bud. It was good then.

 

That little bud looks great!

 

PeAce

 

MrG

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@sunnyvale

 

Enjoy those lovely meds bro!!! just wait for our next freebee of GM F3....

More strains will join the club soon right after testing and smoking....

 

Stay safe and fly high

 

Greetz PolderGrower &RhinoCBD

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@Rhino

 

Thanks for the GM F2 bro! I wait patiently for the GM F3. In the meantime i enjoy the GM F2, I have still a couple of beans.

 

@Mr.G

 

Thnx! You can look forward to it and when you smoke it, you're gonna space for sure haha. I was overwhelmed by the power. If you gonna wake 'n bake, be sure you have nothing to do for at least 3/4 hours.

 

Sunnyvale

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@Sunnyvale like! ( all out today ).

 

Isn't it great to find a cultivar or variety that just rocks your world? I like for that stuff :)

 

Ooo @ RhinoCBD getting to check these grows and reports on the GMf2 makes me happy I grabbed it twice. Now, and F3 to further suppress the hash plant effect I assume? Any other goals aside and is there an end goal for purification or is it intended for a specific hybridization goal?

 

You dudes just make me roll, it's the best. Thanks family.

 

Thanks for sharing Sunnyvale and Mr. Goodfellow. I really appreciate your input and all the sharing. It gives us things not only to look forward to, but to reference in our journeys down these genetic lathes.

 

 

 

 

 

Paths*

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All out of likes myself, @ wise! I've been interested in the NAW guys from the start. Their passion is infectious. So is their pot from my early assessment.

 

I'm looking for that special strain or two as well, so I can just depend on it. I'm going to do all I can to get their other strains to try in search of the best.. It sounds like they have a few, and we all know each person's experience is somewhat different, so I better do research, right? :whistle:

 

NAW rocks. I'll be popping some new beans soon. This last grow was only 2 beans of each, so I'm good to go on another run (or three) of more plants. I learned a lot on this run, thanks to all of the support.

 

Peace all!

 

MrG

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@ wisecalyx

 

Indeed the F3 will be made to stabilize the lemon taste... and decrease the HP potency from that point i will

Start selecting and testing to perfectly assemble my wanted bud structure/build

these plants wil be selected on endurance and low maintanence just the way i like my ladies...

 

My plan is to assemble a GM F?!? To a point of increased medicinal potential/fenos

And i want to stabilize it as much as possible so the world can enjoy a medicinal selected strain for free

Wich will be stable so every bean gives a high grade medicinal strain every time..

 

Stay safe and fly HIGH

 

greetz PolderGrower &RhinoCBD

 

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As always, glad to hear your heartfelt journey. I look forward to being along for the ride, I have half a pack of original green manalishi, a ten pack of your F2 and I will collect as you progress to your goal.

 

It takes a lot of passion to keep the course and your goal in mind, skillful eye, intuition and open mind to let it show you

 

Thank you

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"Presenting" My "Green Manalishi F2 #2" female this will be the mom used for "Green Manalishi F3" (freebee)

 

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and here she is in flower for 10 days... @ a friend.....

 

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Stay safe and Fly HIGH

 

Greetz PolderGrower & RhinoCBD

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I'm throwing some f2's in a paper towel tonight! I don't have the space but that never stopped me before. I'll update if I get females or if I keep any males for pollen chucking.

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Hey bro, I love mine. I only had one plant but it was a beauty. It's like a good friend. I love it with coffee in the morning, and anytime really, but it tastes wonderful with my strong coffee.

 

it's easy to grow, and mine was thirsty. Very lovely plant.

 

I've been getting very little time at home this last couple of weeks but I'm anxious to get my thread and reports finished. Nice work by @RhinoCBD and the team!

 

Best vibes. They will grow themselves, ha.

 

PeAce

 

MrG

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Green Manalishi my first selection mom after all these years still kicking ass... she loves to be neglected... she performs best in a dusty shoe...lol

 

after i put new cutting's in there plastic cups after 2 days there was a lot of moisture inside the plastic baggy so my thought was they rooted! i grabbed the stem af pulled out the entire plant mmmmm

no roots yet so i placed her back in the hole an put the baggy over again and only 4 days after

she started to grow so i looked again and pulled but now she was good and stuck....

 

Green Manalishi(DRY)

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Green Manalishi(WET)

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Stay safe and FLY HIGH

 

Greetz PolderGrower & RhinoCBD

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Do you think she performs better with a couple of thrips on her? :P

 

I have 'm on my plants too so i don't judge, but i'd rather see them go.

 

Besides that: nice busy!

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When you're goal is to grow as biological/natural as you can one learns that also the little bugs are part of the system.

It is full on summertime so they thrive wile they can, and we got 40/50 moms so they got lot's of playground.

 

You Hamme try to work steril with you're hydro set up, that is you're goal. It is just almost impossible to achief that.

 

Our plants don't give a s..t about them lol.

 

Poldergrower and RhinoCbd

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I try to work clean and i don't like bugs, but my plants ain't bothered by them neither cause they also don't give a shit about what medium they are on.

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I am never cool with leaving bugs that can multiply alive but I will say this. Outdoors, it is different a bit. Once you remove or largely remove pests, others see luxury apartments ready to move in! Outdoors is more of a balancing act and nature works with this well if you understand it.

 

It was common for me to go to large (Legal) outdoor grows and see pest damage and is not a big deal where as indoors you would be in panic mode. I treat indoor and outdoor plant issues typically different for a variety of reasons.

 

A bit of bugs at the right time will often help your terpines! The plant can kick out more smells and sticky when attacked but all do not respond to same level of strength. However, this is not wise for indoor as the balance of bad guys to good guys can over take easily and indoors tends to have more terpines and triches due to not being exposed to elements and outdoor life in general compared to gently grown indoor spoiled plants.

 

Outdoor it is common to see pest and good bugs on a plant and the plant not even notice, but you smell it well, in part due to wind and no smell control as indoors but also due to slight bug eating stress. When the balance is broken and pests take off, you are not gonna like it. Outdoor I would worry more about caterpillars as they will often bring you molds from living and shitting in your plants and buds but all the standard enemies apply for jobs on the plant regularly.

 

This is a partial reason I recommend beneficial predators for bugs. No poisons and when in all is in check, stresses the plant just enough to kick in the terpines a bit extra.

  • Soil bug management (nemotades I like much and BTI)
  • I like a lot of worms in the dirt as they help maintain the environment favorable for our type of bugs.
  • Specialist and generalist predatory bugs. This covers all bases but I generally like generalist predators and once I see a hot spot I will call in the specialist. Otherwise your specialist predators might hunt elsewhere.
  • Always be sure to select predator bugs that match your environment and not from forum guys who say "this is what you must use" and other advertising as varied types of predators prefer and need different variations on temperature and humidity. Match the right bugs for your environment then for the pest. (who didnt think I would not say environment haha)

Add in good brix management and happy freaking day terpine day!

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Green Manalishi F2....

 

Green Manalishi F2 just a seedling performing very nice over @ Biorga......

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And this was my GM F2 #2 female he tested for me, while i was testing other things...Thanks Bro!

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this female will be tested one last time by me and will then continue for the Green Manalishi F3

i chose this female due to her outstanding lemon taste and smell...

my focus after making the F3 will be plant LOOKS and BIGGEST BUDS but that will be a easy task...

 

in Mota's Green Manalishi Multiple huge yielding plants can be found

"Green Manalishi(motarebel)"these seeds brought me my first pain relieving fenotype GM #8

and till this day her potency is quite special.(Fistbump to Motarebel)...

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Stay Safe and FLy HigH

 

Greetz PolderGrower & RhinoCBD

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