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mawasmada

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MrGoldenNugz

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That Cherry Queen's got some super-sexy slim leaves! Mmmmmmm
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They rolled up a little lol. But yes was Sativa leaning. Gave me 7oz as well I average 4-5 normally. I have since popped the rest of the packet lol along with 3 dragons blood seeds. And some Schnazzleberry2 f2s someone made. I think that's Craig's skunk x blueberry x blueberry. DJ's good male was used before it was lost.
 

starcraftguy1988

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Hollyweed
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Lemon Wookie v2
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Lion's Milk
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Cherry Queen
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Heavenly Hashplant.

Few plants I have done over the last couple of months. Hollyweeds still got a week or 2 longer. The one in the pic I am flushing at the moment.
Have 5 packs of bodhi and one of is the Heavenly hashplant, very excited to let er rip! Others:
Spacecake
Dazzleberry
Baba Kush
last but not least Lazy Lightning
Edit: that lemon Wookie looking swole af!
 

MrGoldenNugz

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The Heavenly Hashplant is a great plant. Not the biggest of yielders. I would veg them a little bigger than normal. But didn't stop stretching till the 5th week. Doesn't really smell that much untill you smoke it. A little bit stinks my place out. When my single tent is free next. I'm actually going to do 4 heavenly hash plants just to make some bubble hash with.20210501_230453.jpg20210330_190619.jpg
 

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starcraftguy1988

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The Heavenly Hashplant is a great plant. Not the biggest of yielders. I would veg them a little bigger than normal. But didn't stop stretching till the 5th week. Doesn't really smell that much untill you smoke it. A little bit stinks my place out. When my single tent is free next. I'm actually going to do 4 heavenly hash plants just to make some bubble hash with.View attachment 4894305View attachment 4894306
The trichome production is ridiculous, how do you push them that hard, or are the genes that wild?? that is one seriously frosty plant my man, congrats to you :clap:
 

nuskool89

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I’m planning on gifting a close friend a pack of laughing lemon. He grows for a living and only grows 12 TREES on each piece of land he manages.

I know it’s still new, but how is the yield? Is this a plant he could vest the time/season in CO into growing? To give you an idea he typically is aiming for at least 5lb per plant in his greenhouses. Really though. I helped him trim last year and everything was between 4-6lb and took FOREVER to trim

I want to gift him with something special and since I have 3 packs I was hoping for magic
 

Boosky

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The Heavenly Hashplant is a great plant. Not the biggest of yielders. I would veg them a little bigger than normal. But didn't stop stretching till the 5th week. Doesn't really smell that much untill you smoke it. A little bit stinks my place out. When my single tent is free next. I'm actually going to do 4 heavenly hash plants just to make some bubble hash with.View attachment 4894305View attachment 4894306
I didn't find anything near as nice as yours but only had two females so far. I still have 18 beans of it so you give me hope. Are you getting any Bubba Kush flavors? Or more importantly, is it pain meds? That is what I am searching for. My wife did not find the two females that I grew to be very medicinal, as she does with straight Bubba Kush which is why I bought two packs to hunt through. Honestly I probably shouldn't have given up so easy and dropped another six but was disappointed it did not have what I was looking for pain relief wise. It was still decent but nothing to write home about. Thanks for the pics and I hope to find something that looks like yours, mine were not nearly that frosty.
 

Boosky

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I’m planning on gifting a close friend a pack of laughing lemon. He grows for a living and only grows 12 TREES on each piece of land he manages.

I know it’s still new, but how is the yield? Is this a plant he could vest the time/season in CO into growing? To give you an idea he typically is aiming for at least 5lb per plant in his greenhouses. Really though. I helped him trim last year and everything was between 4-6lb and took FOREVER to trim

I want to gift him with something special and since I have 3 packs I was hoping for magic
Trimming outdoor sucks but the reward is worth it. I love smoking outdoor bud that my buddy grows. It's always smooth as can be and gets me to another level. Or it could be that he smokes joint after joint and he gets me super high everytime I see him. Lol. My wife always laughs at me when I get home from his house because my eyes are just slits where my eyes should be. Lol
 

dirtroadtrippin

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Ill try to help out here.

Bodhi’s strains aren’t developed for mass market appeal or consistency. He breeds for unique/novel terpene profile and highs that aren’t found in current lines. Potency isn’t a big focus because potency does not determine the quality of the high. If you want something to get reliably fucked up after a long shitty day at work, just grab CSI’s Chem 91 or TK work and you should be good. The potency of stuff like Chem 91, Chem D, GMO, OG, etc is bound to be reduced when crossed with males who were selected for novel traits.

When you run seeds from Bodhi or others in his circle, it is best to understand what each male will bring to the cross. Wookie 15 is known for medium potency, mild narcotic/relaxing effects, lavender/tropical fruit/burnt rubber terps, good resin development, medium framed growth, and medium yields. TK, in my experience is a very recessive plant so it is easily dominated in most crosses. If you wanted potency out of the TK x Wookie, I probably would have wanted to run through 4-5 packs to find what I was looking for.

Goji Pinesoul is just a pheno from Goji F1 which is Tahoe (Nepali) OG x SL. SL brings uplift with a potency/narcotic effect reduction. Wookie further compounds this. Again, not a great cross if you are trying to get absolutely blasted.

At this point I don’t really see Bodhi as a breeder for regular people. I think we are seeing him slow down with polyhybrids, and he is putting more effort into Landrace or near-Landrace lines. The Snow Lotus, Strawberry Milk, and Appalachia, lines were all semi recently retired. He has lately been working with Lush and Kashmir, and recent IG posts are all about afghani/Iraqi work. I see nothing regarding any upcoming poly hybrid males which leads me to believe he is pushing towards preservation and novel characteristics as a breeding priority.

That is exactly what I think he should do too. Any idiot in a tent can produce extremely potent bud with the refined lines that we have available. Not many have the time and patience to breed the near-Landrace progeny that could give rise to the next popular flavor/high profile. There is a severe bottleneck in cannabis genetics, and Bodhi’s releases are a solution to that issue.

The side effect here is that landraces just aren’t as potent as modern hybrids specifically line bred for potency. Fine with me. I think I’d rather have a line that requires more of a hunt, and the possibility to deliver potency with new terpenes/taste/effects.
Well put. A lot of Bodhi's work (the Snowlotus and G13HP crosses in particular) was designed to offer growers a reasonable shot at experiencing verified elite clones that they wouldn't otherwise have access to. In many parts of the US (and world), this is a really great service, especially years ago when those cuts were even more inaccessible. He started playing around with the Wookie male in response to the market shift toward extracts and obsession with terps (potency isn't the foremost consideration when breeding for extracts). At least this is what I gathered from listening to his podcast appearances several times.

I'm really excited about the direction he seems to be taking with more landrace work under his Supernatural Selections/Neirika/Medicine Mountain labels. More importantly, he sounds excited about it, which means we can probably expect some great things. Landrace sativa IBL x landrace indica IBL is the way to go for truly unique F1 hybrids, and imo it's where the next important strains will probably come from. Chem/OG/GSC have been smashed together every which way already to the point where consumers are ready for something different.
 

mawasmada

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Well put. A lot of Bodhi's work (the Snowlotus and G13HP crosses in particular) was designed to offer growers a reasonable shot at experiencing verified elite clones that they wouldn't otherwise have access to. In many parts of the US (and world), this is a really great service, especially years ago when those cuts were even more inaccessible. He started playing around with the Wookie male in response to the market shift toward extracts and obsession with terps (potency isn't the foremost consideration when breeding for extracts). At least this is what I gathered from listening to his podcast appearances several times.

I'm really excited about the direction he seems to be taking with more landrace work under his Supernatural Selections/Neirika/Medicine Mountain labels. More importantly, he sounds excited about it, which means we can probably expect some great things. Landrace sativa IBL x landrace indica IBL is the way to go for truly unique F1 hybrids, and imo it's where the next important strains will probably come from. Chem/OG/GSC have been smashed together every which way already to the point where consumers are ready for something different.
Get out of my head! I agree with you, but I'm ok throwing the landrace sativa ibl in the male position too.
:D
For me, the Chem's, OG's, etc., might play well with landrace/heirloom ibl's in that same way. Let the landrace/heirloom's play daddy instead of watering them down. I don't intend to offend saying "watering down", but I think more special stuff may be locked away in the male plants.
My experience in chucking is tiny, and my experience actually breeding is zero so take this with a grain of salt.
 

Boosky

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Get out of my head! I agree with you, but I'm ok throwing the landrace sativa ibl in the male position too.
:D
For me, the Chem's, OG's, etc., might play well with landrace/heirloom ibl's in that same way. Let the landrace/heirloom's play daddy instead of watering them down. I don't intend to offend saying "watering down", but I think more special stuff may be locked away in the male plants.
My experience in chucking is tiny, and my experience actually breeding is zero so take this with a grain of salt.
Reverse psychology, I like it! Lol
 

dirtroadtrippin

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Get out of my head! I agree with you, but I'm ok throwing the landrace sativa ibl in the male position too.
:D
For me, the Chem's, OG's, etc., might play well with landrace/heirloom ibl's in that same way. Let the landrace/heirloom's play daddy instead of watering them down. I don't intend to offend saying "watering down", but I think more special stuff may be locked away in the male plants.
My experience in chucking is tiny, and my experience actually breeding is zero so take this with a grain of salt.
Agree with all that. Landrace IBL x DIFFERENT landrace IBL is probably a better way to put it. It doesn't matter much to me which is the male. That's where we get the crazy F1 heterosis that people have seen in crosses like Dreadbread for example. The more landraces we can introduce into the genepool the better.
 

LunarMOG

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Ill try to help out here.

Bodhi’s strains aren’t developed for mass market appeal or consistency. He breeds for unique/novel terpene profile and highs that aren’t found in current lines. Potency isn’t a big focus because potency does not determine the quality of the high. If you want something to get reliably fucked up after a long shitty day at work, just grab CSI’s Chem 91 or TK work and you should be good. The potency of stuff like Chem 91, Chem D, GMO, OG, etc is bound to be reduced when crossed with males who were selected for novel traits.

When you run seeds from Bodhi or others in his circle, it is best to understand what each male will bring to the cross. Wookie 15 is known for medium potency, mild narcotic/relaxing effects, lavender/tropical fruit/burnt rubber terps, good resin development, medium framed growth, and medium yields. TK, in my experience is a very recessive plant so it is easily dominated in most crosses. If you wanted potency out of the TK x Wookie, I probably would have wanted to run through 4-5 packs to find what I was looking for.

Goji Pinesoul is just a pheno from Goji F1 which is Tahoe (Nepali) OG x SL. SL brings uplift with a potency/narcotic effect reduction. Wookie further compounds this. Again, not a great cross if you are trying to get absolutely blasted.

At this point I don’t really see Bodhi as a breeder for regular people. I think we are seeing him slow down with polyhybrids, and he is putting more effort into Landrace or near-Landrace lines. The Snow Lotus, Strawberry Milk, and Appalachia, lines were all semi recently retired. He has lately been working with Lush and Kashmir, and recent IG posts are all about afghani/Iraqi work. I see nothing regarding any upcoming poly hybrid males which leads me to believe he is pushing towards preservation and novel characteristics as a breeding priority.

That is exactly what I think he should do too. Any idiot in a tent can produce extremely potent bud with the refined lines that we have available. Not many have the time and patience to breed the near-Landrace progeny that could give rise to the next popular flavor/high profile. There is a severe bottleneck in cannabis genetics, and Bodhi’s releases are a solution to that issue.

The side effect here is that landraces just aren’t as potent as modern hybrids specifically line bred for potency. Fine with me. I think I’d rather have a line that requires more of a hunt, and the possibility to deliver potency with new terpenes/taste/effects.
thats why i got two of the laughing lemon (my way of humorously oversimplifying), but really a very well thought out and very much appreciated insight. i was hoping some kind of an open pollination could yield one of those mystical (possibly mythical?) thai phenos that shoots your mind to sirius to talk to the dolphin gods or whatever. almost got two of the passionfruit hashplant for the same reason but gotta draw the line somewhere
 

MrGoldenNugz

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I didn't find anything near as nice as yours but only had two females so far. I still have 18 beans of it so you give me hope. Are you getting any Bubba Kush flavors? Or more importantly, is it pain meds? That is what I am searching for. My wife did not find the two females that I grew to be very medicinal, as she does with straight Bubba Kush which is why I bought two packs to hunt through. Honestly I probably shouldn't have given up so easy and dropped another six but was disappointed it did not have what I was looking for pain relief wise. It was still decent but nothing to write home about. Thanks for the pics and I hope to find something that looks like yours, mine were not nearly that frosty.
The smell off this one is Earthy deep pungent. I can't really say for pain. The Lions Milk is more sedative. That been said Bubba and Suge kush are closely related. Don't give up grow the whole pack. I only popped 3 seeds and was my only fem out the 3.
 

hillbill

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Had 3 Cherry Queen that were smaller Indica and very homogeneous with very little branching and wide leaves. The y did have large and extremely firm buds.

Last run was all boys.

4 seeds still here.

4/4 Babylon Buster up in red Solos

Got a Lemon Lotus at 34 days, not big and very compact. Had to top twice in veg since growing tip was fucked up after topping. Making surprising longish buds. Trichs everywhere. Sharp Juicy Fruit like smells and a feeling of morning woods scents. First time around, plants were more lanky. Just one girl this time.
 
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