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kc brains mango

Discussion in 'Smoke Reports' started by Muchakinock, Nov 14, 2016.

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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    Kc brains mango great plant easy to clone big solid buds with great looks plenty of frost. This is a great plant zero issues had it for two year and plan on never letting it go. It's the best bang for your money and I ve messed with 40 some odd strains.
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    Would have loved to have read your smoke report, bro...?
    :peace:
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    It's smooth smoke a hint of skunk and a very fast finisher. The buds are frosty nice yield and this buzz has no ceiling. It's starts of in the head and moves to your body nice mix of head and body. Smoke to much and your sleeping....
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    it outcrosses well in a chuck too bro, crossed it with sweet tooth #3 in 2003, killer buds & smoke
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    I've got about 5 seeds of KC Brains Mango, along with Brains Choice.. convinced me to try & plant the Mango next.. I heard it actually does smell like the fruit too....:fire:
    Thanks for that........:peace:
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    do it man!, also crossed that sweet tooth #3 male with KC's haze special...now that was 'egglifter scrape the face off the table gear' after a few chuffs of that 1 lol
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    Gonna do it , I've done the Leda Uno once and that was some good stuff. pure lemon citrus and got me well stoned, big plants & yield too..
    IMHO KC is an underrated breeder
    Cheers !
    :peace:
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    glad your Leda Uno made it through ok, i bought it after it won a cannabis cup in 2002 i think? i grew it but unfortunately termites ate its roots out just as it was starting to bud...damn, never got to see what it could do
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    It does well indoors, but it can stretch like fuck, man..!
    Just planted some Brains Choice that's got Leda Uno, WW & Jamaican Lambsbread in it. Pretty good combi & his seed prices make it ideal if your'e a newbie.
    :weed:
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    I just crossed my keeper mango on a old favorite local peanut butter kush.The seeds are done time will tell but I have high hope.The only problems I ever have is my mango loves cal mag. It's a great strain and so far has set the standard for a all around solid strain.....
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    The mango I have Don t stretch bad it is a cross between skunk and citrus smelling plant....
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    Nice to know, I've just planted mine today....fingers crossed.
    I checked it out on Seedfinder, seems its his KC33 crossed with an Afghani and I read some positive write ups. Looks like a few other breeders have used his gear in their crosses too, his Special Haze seems to be a pure Neville's with his own KC606 (skunk).
    :peace:
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    seriously that haze special x sweet tooth #3 was some of the most potent stuff ive ever done..to this day, i died a little when i used the last bean from that chuck!
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    It's refreshing to hear someone giving a favourable comment on his gear, heard a few complaints, however I believe most of his stuff is geared for outdoor and those growing indoors, if not careful might stress them a bit.
    Not sure, just my six penorthworth..
    :peace:
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    i think you can find good gear in KC's stuff as well as Nirvana too, its good to learn to grow with & to breed or pollen chuck with as well, its not costing the earth, ive moved on & am now doing a GageGreenGenetics Mendobreath chuck soon, $250 for a 10 pack, but i cut my teeth on the KC Brains & Nirvana strains originally...its all fun
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, a few of my seeds were given to me by a friend but I bought some, California Special and DD. I'm doing some of Mandala's Ganesh and Safari Mix, Ceres Skunk and some CH9's HPxG13x Vintage 2006 at the moment, along with the Mangos.
    Am just growing small time for meds I need for pain relief,. I haven't done any Nirvana before but I've been tempted by their PPP and Raspberry Cough.
    :peace:
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    I' ve had around 40 strains and from 15 seedbanks cheap to expensive and mango has been better than 98 percent of them. The only other seedbank I like is dna and g 13 and old sensi skunk. I just keep my two keepers and cross back on them with different males trying to get a great cross.I have a old early 90 s sensi skunk 1 that I really like also...
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    I ve done three of the nirvana strains where mid grade at best. I m sure they have some killer plants in there gear I just had no luck with it..
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    Well. I got a couple of Spliff's Afghani #1 seeds & was thinking of doing a few KC Afghani Specials and cross them to get some viable seeds.
    I thought that a 2 way cross between different Afghanis might produce a nice & rich pain numbing indica. I've never done pollination yet, but read a lot about it on here.
    Any suggestions would be welcome.
    :peace:
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    trouble is what was good yrs ago may not be true now, i had Nirvana's ICE in 2004, it was very nice indeed, yet recent reports are that its gone downhill a lot, eg different breeders in a company may not be as good as one another/original breeding stock lost, as what happened with AK47 & Romulan...by all reports nowhere near as good now as they once were, fire is where you find it, having only recently joined RIU ive found seedbanks i had no idea were there, & watching other very experienced growers post their results a person can get a very good idea which are the really good types that are in the 'Seed & Strain Reviews' thread, banks like Bodhi/Rare Dankness/GageGreenGenetics/DVG/Exotic Genetics/Archive/Karma/Greenpointseeds/Dynasty/SinCitySeeds keep coming up as really throwing out the top quality genetics with pretty much every strain they offer
     
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