AK Bean Brains

CloudHidden

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my 2 phenos of Vintage BB x BB Muffin are all dried up and in jars for the cure. All i can say is wowzers....i've been searching for a great BB pheno for a few years now and i can finally say i found it. I ran a couple packs of Dj shorts BB on separate occasions.....not one pheno had a BB aroma. I ran Calcos BB syrup F2's and has a couple really nice BB phenos but both hermed out. I pulled the trigger on AK Bean Brains for pretty much my last try for BB. I had 4 females out os the pack with 2 being exactly what i was looking for. Strong BB terps, insane frost, purple and green colors, no larfy lowers, all dense and usable. I was pheno hunting so the plants were grown in small pots and quite neglected as i always do with pheno hunts. I'm gonna grow them nice and big this next run :) (I ordered 2 Packs so i still have one to hunt but why bother?)
Nice! I got some of those as freebies. Can't wait to run'em now.
 

keiserrott

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Thanks. I'll probably pick up the TK doms as well when the bean budget allows. Kinda blew it when I added Relic's Consumption (v3) to the cart :D

On another note, I just listened to the podcast Episdode 35 w/AKBB. What a cool guy! It was nice to hear someone with similar views on genetics, growing, and the community. Just a super down to earth no bs kinda guy.
Agreed. That podcast alone made me want to support his work.
Its nice having yet another breeder outside the cookies/gelato/cake/punch matrix.
 

Bakersfield

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Kali Mist a couple of days short of week 7 flower.
There was zero veg and the stretch was less than I expected.
For instance the Diesel heavy strains growing in the same room are even taller.
These are very high in terpinoline and pinene.
They seem to lack limonene.
they remind me of some other Dutch Sativas like
Jack Herer and Super Silver Haze, that I've encountered in the past.

I can see a few of these running at least 12 weeks.
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higher self

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Kali Mist a couple of days short of week 7 flower.
There was zero veg and the stretch was less than I expected.
For instance the Diesel heavy strains growing in the same room are even taller.
These are very high in terpinoline and pinene.
They seem to lack limonene.
they remind me of some other Dutch Sativas like
Jack Herer and Super Silver Haze, that I've encountered in the past.

I can see a few of these running at least 12 weeks.
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Those are the f4's?
 

Bakersfield

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Garden shot of 4x8 tray with the
White x Tk/NL5Haze up front
Tk/NL5Haze x Black Afghani in the middle and irrelevant to this post, TK S1 in the rear.

The White x Tk/NL5Haze are very vigorous, while the Tk/NL5Haze x Black Afghani are more compact, so a bit harder to see in these pics.
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Here's pics of the Holly pheno male of
Tk/NL5Haze x Black Afghani, recieving some natural sunlight.
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Coalcat

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Kali Mist a couple of days short of week 7 flower.
There was zero veg and the stretch was less than I expected.
For instance the Diesel heavy strains growing in the same room are even taller.
These are very high in terpinoline and pinene.
They seem to lack limonene.
they remind me of some other Dutch Sativas like
Jack Herer and Super Silver Haze, that I've encountered in the past.

I can see a few of these running at least 12 weeks.
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Thank you I have been eyeballing these
 

JewelRunner

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I use to work with Cody the kid from Oregon that helped the mushers on season 1 or 2.

Bush Alaska is another world from where I live along the road system.
We have most of the modern amenities and are only froze up for 6 months a year.

Not AK BEAN BRAINS related, but you all might get a kick out of these grocery store prices in a village a worked at.
Milk is $12 a gallon
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What do most people eat out there and how do they make enough money to afford $9 Lays
 

Bakersfield

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What do most people eat out there and how do they make enough money to afford $9 Lays
Ours are closer to $5 where I live, not too much higher than the lower 48.
In the villages, subsistence hunting and fishing are very important for keeping food on the table and these are more luxury items.

When a Gussuk - white man like myself heads to the village for construction work, the pay is premium, otherwise no one would go or stay long.
 

Palomar

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Finally getting things in gear after the tent clean out... got some NLhaze and TKNLhaze (Haze Dom) in there and some other goodies. Gotta admit that I’m psyched to have the AKBB going this year. Taking some cuts and then flipping these. Got some others on stand by that might go outside eventually.

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respect,
pal
 
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