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Ocean Grown Genetics

Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by Bean Busy, Jul 30, 2015.

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    Lightgreen2k

    Lightgreen2k Well-Known Member

    Just a thought, vadar has about 37k following him atm and ocean grown almost 57k following them.

    How many times do you think they get approached with this..

    Also why so hardset on ocean grown seeds?

    I can only speak for myself, but Im sure alot of readers in the thread are thiking, why dont you spend at your own price point.

    At the end of the day nobody owes us Nothing. Accept What is.. Let go of what was.. And have faith in what will be..

    Anyhow

    http://gloseedbank.com/

    He as sales right now and withing your price range and quality breeders Example CSI..I would get those.. (Aug21/17)
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    Ok, the 4 plants on the right are ninja fruit. They are all the same pheno grown from a single plant; I popped a few of a bunch of different strains and this was the only f female I got (maybe 3 seeds, so not complaining). They didn't make it into my last run because I thought the plant was a male; it showed itself late Anyway, 4 nf's ready for the big tent.

    They will grow in sips containers, with build-a-soil mix super soil, and 2xQB288 (Quantum LED) lights; I'll probably ramp the lights up to about 300-325 watts depending on what the plants can take. Last run I pulled almost 1.5 g/w off bodhi goji og and ssdd, so hopefully I can at least get to 1.25 or 1.3. And yes, I had a gnat problem. ;)

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    I should have them in the sips and in the main tent by tomorrow. I'm still cleaning it from the last run.

    Then I'll start training them into a trellis and give them 2-3 weeks till flip.

    Wish me luck... ;)
     
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    Jp.the.pope

    Jp.the.pope Well-Known Member

    So of my 5 Jawa pie, got 3 males and 2 ladies.

    Liked them so much I bought another pack and some Malibu.

    Will update with pics later.

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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    Made the transplant of the ninja fruit clones to the SIP containers. Have some more cleanup and have to figure out a training bra for them, but they seem happy. I'm a liberal kind of guy, so they can have all the girls gone wild sleepovers they want, as long as they don't invite any guys. No MEN allowed! lol ;)

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    Lightgreen2k

    Lightgreen2k Well-Known Member

    How many plants per container on each side 4 or 3.. How many total plants.
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    Two on each side. 4 total. It's only a 3x3 tent, and I've found up to 4 is a good number. The last run I did 3 because that's how many female plants I ended up with after I sexed my seedlings. The number of plants doesn't effect yield, just the time I need in veg to get a canopy of a certain size.
     
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    sourchunks

    sourchunks Well-Known Member

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    sourchunks

    sourchunks Well-Known Member

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    sourchunks

    sourchunks Well-Known Member

    glad my only ninja fruit pheno that didn't herm is an absolute stunner. i clipped one premature bud and the rest is gonna go another couple weeks. Intense candy grape smell.
     
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    Jp.the.pope

    Jp.the.pope Well-Known Member

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    NugHeuser

    NugHeuser Active Member

    Do sites like lumberjack with the OG genetics ship to states that aren't legal?
     
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    raytizzle

    raytizzle Member

    Ninja Fruit outdoors right now in 15 gallon living organic soil. Comfrey / compost teas and just water.
     

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    kds710

    kds710 Well-Known Member

    seed banks will ship to any state 99.9% of the time, because the seeds are sold under the disclaimer of being for souvenir purpose only
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    Or gourmet bird food. ;)
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    It may just be the pheno I have, but this set of ninja fruit clones are proving to be real drama queens.

    I've had all kinds of minor issues from transplant stress to leaf burn to odd micro deficiencies/excesses. May all be related to root development, but the clones had massive roots coming out of the cloner (may have been root bound prior to last xplant). The soil is a super soil mix I've used before and the light intensity is the same I've used before. I did pull a stupid and ipm misted during lights on, but I've done that before without an issue as well. These aren't new clones, they were 45++ days before I xplanted them into the big tent and SIP containers.

    Overall they just seem finicky. The trellis is filled out nicely and the canopy is level, so if I can get the leaves and roots happy I'll flip it in a week or so. No pests outside of a few gnats. I've definitely had happier plants at this stage.

    She is a high maintenance date. Hopefully she delivers in the end. ;) And I am a dumb ass grower, so I'm not ruling that out.

    What are peoples experiences with ninja fruit? Does the strain like a lean diet and low light levels?
     
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    CannaBruh

    CannaBruh Well-Known Member

    Mine (NF) were picky as hell, they need special attention and did not like playing nice with the other ladies. The flowers were great and the flavor is incredible.
     
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    sourchunks

    sourchunks Well-Known Member

    IMG_20170906_142137.jpg IMG_20170906_152644.jpg IMG_20170906_120751.jpg yes ninja fruit seems to be a strain for experienced growers. I ordered a pack that was 11/11 males.....i ordered another pack and got all herms except for one. The one ninja fruit got so infested with aphids that it had to be killed. None of the other plants in the greenhouse had aphids...they loved the ninja. I had a clone of her and ran her again......here she is. I've couldn't be more happy with her. Smells like grape cotton candy.
     
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    Manfromthenorth

    Manfromthenorth Well-Known Member

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    Nf purple pheno good taste earthy and fruity great smell every plant I have is differand it is an f2 x and I think it has been back crossed once. I could be wrong no hermie issues I stressed them hard in the beginning but they didint shoot nanners.
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    Nf frosty pheno
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    Obi wan at 5.5 weeks
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    Nf in bud at moment 5.5 weeks not so purple but grape candy smell o yeah baby.
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    Nf purple just before cut IMG_0621.JPG
    Purple nf just after trim
    As far as nf gowes some like nitrogen more than others but this is my second secessfull grow ever first one was over 10 years ago. Ninja fruit is ezy to grow just pay attention to your plant and you are golden.
     
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    cuddlesthesheep

    cuddlesthesheep Well-Known Member

    That is enough to keep me away from Oceann Grown for good. Jesus. You are telling me you popped 22 seeds and had one viable girl?!? Then it had terrible resistance??
     
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    Manfromthenorth

    Manfromthenorth Well-Known Member

    you can't expect to get killer genetics every time you order seeds it's just not how it works you got to weed threw the crap to find good stuff. Sorry but when dealing with seeds most time it's luck of the draw even more so with dealing with low seed counts
     

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