Brisco's Bargain Beans

Amos Otis

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Picked up a pack of buttered cowbell on impulse, I think the SNL skit reference did it,LOL. After looking at some of BBB grows here, looking forward to this run. If anyone has run this and doesn’t mind taking a few to give some feedback it would be appreciated. Not a lot of details on DCSE. Curious about pheno varieties, finish time, finicky or easy, etc.
Thanks.
It's new, so you'll be one of the first to run it. More Cowbell is terrific, stoney smoke. The plant tends to be on the floppy side, usually needing support. This is where the Texas Butter should contribute, as it is stout and sturdy, the smoke more to a sour cream taste than banana, but subtle. The ideal pheno will have the cookie stone and taste of the MC with the sturdiness and yield of the TB. Thanks for your support of DCSE.

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Amos Otis

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I have limited room and I am already overcrowded in my veg and flower tents but after seeing the pictures of the big black bananas, I popped one of those and one mrs. Peel. Those big black banana seeds are huge! Amos, any thoughts on the mrs. Peel. I haven't heard much about it, I only saw a grow report on another Forum but that was it.
Sorry for missing this post earlier. Mrs Peel is Southern Bananas [ Banana Punchsicle x Sweet Dixie] x Big Bananas blended pollen of Banana Punchsicle and Black Banana Cookies. With the benefit of hindsight, it seems that it's most likely strictly a dust of BBC, as later uses of the BP pollen produced no results.

The BBC used was the only seed of 6 that popped from the Heisebeans pack and lived, but it was a terrific plant and smoke. Nute sensitive, but colorful, great tasting buds with good potency. My favorite Heisenbeans strain. Southern Bananas sometimes leans toward orange, but you can detect banana in the mix. It's a good match with the BBC, as it's a happy and easy grower. Both parents are quick finishers.
 

Polyuro

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So.... Been a rough while.... Knee surgery, sickness, infant... Popped the Dos Jellies about 4 months ago. Tortured them from for days on end in 1 gals with no water, food or love! Over and over and over and over. And they are still alive! Just transplanted and will move to flower soon. Think they will get right back on track. Apologies to the chef. Life's a peach.

Will keep updates coming.
 

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Stoned Cold Bulldog

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Just made a few for me and some friends. If they were retailed, I suspect the necessary price tag would dissuade most people to purchase one. Would make cool prizes on places that have contests and promos.
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Polyuro

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