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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

    Afghani or number 1 skunk is always my favorites you can t get too much of either of these strains. I feel they are the building blocks of many great strains. I just sprout 10 reg beans and grow for 5 weeks flip to 12 and 12 and use the best looking male and female. I then keep the original female as a mother and back cross the new seeds one more time back on the original mother. I ve had great luck with this. I always try to breed with parents that have similar guality s I m trying to get. Keep it green....
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    Sound advice, I'll keep it in mind. I'll try that,,!
    Cheers mate..:weed:
    :peace:
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    are you indoors or outdoors?
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    Both outdoors is my favorite but I breed indoors and keep mother plants for spring outdoor clones..
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    I'm indoors, got a small tent, 6'x 4.5' x 4.5. Decent enough size for my needs.
    :peace:
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    im outdoors, just makes pollen chucking easier with more space, its good to cross as many types as you can in a chuck cos 1 type may not end up being any good, not all gene combinations are suitable, eg last season i chucked approx 5 different female strain types to 2 different studs(1 Mosca C99 male/& 1 Irie Cookie Stomper male), 1 stud type was suitable, the other not, so all the offspring from 1 of the stud types were not up to standard, if i had relied on just that 1 dud stud type my whole breeding season would have been a loss...but indoors i know you can really only do 1 type at a time unless you quarantine off another area
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, space is at a premium here. I've read some of the grow diaries from outdoor & guerilla growers and its great stuff.
    I haven't the option of doing that, really paranoid about attracting unwanted.unwelcome attention. At least growing in allows me control and security.
    I like reading a lot on here and growweedeasy. Some sound advice from experienced growers.
    :peace:
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    absolutely with you on the security issue man, gotta be as careful as possible, RIU has been a a game changer for me with finding the real killer genetics, eg just look at attitudeseedbank & see the myriad amount of strains on offer, how does a person find the true topshelf gear? trial & error would take a lifetime or...just go to the 'seed & strain reviews' thread on RIU and see what the main types people are growing there, forget high times magazine cos a lot of their top strains are sponsored by big companies & not necessarily the actual best at the moment, the real deal being grown out by people who know their shit with no time to waste on B grade genetics is found in the 'seed & strain reviews' thread!
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    I never read High Times, from what I did see of it, thought was an in-house mag for the industry & really had little relevance to a small fry like myself.
    I like it on here as I can read posts from others with a similar problem without making my own posts and making a complete arse of myself. A lot of growers with many years experience, I've got a few grows done, but something always happens that didn't the last or next. Get my stuff from a UK seedbank as I'm in Europe & never had any issues..
    :peace:
     
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    greencropper

    greencropper Well-Known Member

    all good brother...and back on thread topic...KC's mango wass good gear from what i saw of it, i would have kept outcrossing it with the sweet tooth #3 cept Spice of Life seedbank discontinued it
     
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    thenotsoesoteric

    thenotsoesoteric Well-Known Member

    I've been meaning to pick up some KC's mango. Old school flavor and a good indica. Good to hear it's still respectable. Cheers
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    I been wanting to try some other strain from kc brains...
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    The KC 39 is one variety that getting info about is like finding hens teeth. All the description says its an indica seed he got from a 'Spanish friend' and crossed with his KC606
    His web site is, lets say 'rudimentary & doesn't give a lot away.. :confused:
    After a lot of searching I read someone sussed that this Spanish hippy brought it him from Northern India, so IMHO it 'should' be a N.Indian hashplant type. I thought in my quest for the 'Ultimate Indica' it might prove to be a worthwhile experiment.
    From what I've read, the KC36 is a re-worked White Widow and an un-named strain.Seemingly he likes to work with Brazil & Thai genetics.
    The Crystal Paradise looks interesting too, Californian Big Bud Skunk x Brazil.
    Always interesting to read posts regarding his gear, some people have had bad luck, but guerilla growers hold his genetics in high esteem..bongsmilie
    :peace:
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    I m happy with mango zero mold wettest fall in years. I might just get it and give it a go..
     
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    bobqp

    bobqp Well-Known Member

    I had ledo uno liked it but then I grew tnr and kc33. Both great strains. Crossed both strains with a drought resistant sativa called sweet sativa. Both strains have very big buds and thai smell. Cheap seeds that produce great product.
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    I'm doing a Brains Choice ( Leda Uno/WW x Jamaican Lambsbread) and Crystal Paradise (Brazil x BB & Californian).
    I'm amazed at the speed and rate they grow..
    Well pleased ! :weed:
     
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    weedhead24

    weedhead24 Active Member

    I had one seed of choice it was sweet smelling in veg. had a in between indica/sativa pheno. It was supposed to a hybrid I believe if im not mistaken .Its not a hybrid though I tested it got my bean from Herbie's
     

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