Swami Seeds

GrimRe4

Active Member
Just when I've had the talk with myself. Somebody does a sale and I just cant help myself but add to the library.
 

GrimRe4

Active Member
Grabbed the
'Binghstra bread'
Talk of kabul x velvet rush
(The one/panama x pakistani/chocolate thai) x NL5Haze BX1
'76 peace corps Guerrero
NL5 x Haze F6
The one x Pakistani/chocolate thai
Figured I'd see what lady luck brings me as a freebie
 

bobrown14

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My latest list I think everything is 100 bucks.... is there a newer list?? I think he sent it to me in January?
 

bobrown14

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OK cool I had the pre-sale list open on my laptop. Hadda refresh.
Take my fvclking money already. Cant wait for the 3rd installment of socialism on steriods to arrive in our checking account. yippee
 

Baqualin

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I think @Baqualin is using it now. I've used Coots mix and it was awesome.
Yes and love it! I get it from BAS, I get free shipping here in Colorado and with their points program it’s a reasonable price, plus Jeremy is a great guy and hooks me up. Also my favorite garden center carries a good BAS line up, for when I have an immediate need.
Back to Gas’s mix, if I was starting up a new pot / pots / bed I would probably mix my own because of cost, it is a “little” less expensive, but for a beginner I would recommend.
The reason I purchased it and the reason I absolutely love it and will continue to use is for amending and re amending my LOS pots for the next run, also after discussing with Gas you can reduce the amount used which makes it less expensive if your container is biologically active. As a re amend it’s a lifesaver, saves tons of work, the ratios are always on point and I don’t have to worry about storing bulk items. So after calculating all the numbers and time, I’ll let Gas make it!
The picture below is my bedroom tent 2 x 4 with two 20 gal Grassroots LOS pots. The pot on the right is on its second run, never moved it out of the tent just slid over to make it easier to get a second one in which is on its first run, it had been sitting with cover crop for almost 3 months to rotate in, but it hit me that 20 gallons shouldn’t need rotate and sit, just a re amend and run. The pot on right and on its second run still had a decent cover crop under the canopy, so I cut plant at soil level, stripped off barley straw mulch sprinkled on Gas’s mix topped with a mix layer of Colorado Worm Company verma compost and olimountain, reseeded cover crop and put the Barley straw mulch with fresh added and soon as the cover crop popped through the mulch popped in a plant and next run is started, doesn’t get any easier than that. Picture speaks for itself ( one plant per pot ) and again the pot on right is on its second run and re amended with Gas’s mix, I’ll continue to use it as long as he makes it.
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Baqualin

Well-Known Member
Yes and love it! I get it from BAS, I get free shipping here in Colorado and with their points program it’s a reasonable price, plus Jeremy is a great guy and hooks me up. Also my favorite garden center carries a good BAS line up, for when I have an immediate need.
Back to Gas’s mix, if I was starting up a new pot / pots / bed I would probably mix my own because of cost, it is a “little” less expensive, but for a beginner I would recommend.
The reason I purchased it and the reason I absolutely love it and will continue to use is for amending and re amending my LOS pots for the next run, also after discussing with Gas you can reduce the amount used which makes it less expensive if your container is biologically active. As a re amend it’s a lifesaver, saves tons of work, the ratios are always on point and I don’t have to worry about storing bulk items. So after calculating all the numbers and time, I’ll let Gas make it!
The picture below is my bedroom tent 2 x 4 with two 20 gal Grassroots LOS pots. The pot on the right is on its second run, never moved it out of the tent just slid over to make it easier to get a second one in which is on its first run, it had been sitting with cover crop for almost 3 months to rotate in, but it hit me that 20 gallons shouldn’t need rotate and sit, just a re amend and run. The pot on right and on its second run still had a decent cover crop under the canopy, so I cut plant at soil level, stripped off barley straw mulch sprinkled on Gas’s mix topped with a mix layer of Colorado Worm Company verma compost and olimountain, reseeded cover crop and put the Barley straw mulch with fresh added and soon as the cover crop popped through the mulch popped in a plant and next run is started, doesn’t get any easier than that. Picture speaks for itself ( one plant per pot ) and again the pot on right is on its second run and re amended with Gas’s mix, I’ll continue to use it as long as he makes it.
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I’ll try to remember to pop in and update when it gets further into flower. Not a SOS cultivar this run so don’t ask. Peace all ✌
 

Dawgfunk

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Such a happy camper today:mrgreen:

Finally got my order plus some cool freebies,

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Blue Orca x 85 RKS

Purple Zebra x 85 Humboldt RKS

91 Chemdog x D NL#5
Oh man!! That 91xnl5...I really wanna get some of those seeds from the dogbud. Keep us posted on the plunge!! These rks x one are starting to show sex over here. Got one really skunky stem rub and I think it may be a female:) Wonderful structure on most of these f2’s, have come across a couple mutants in the boh and one x rks and though I’be got my favorites of the phenos I’ve smoked so far, I still haven’t smoked a pheno from Gas I didn’t like. Will post some pics soon. Cheers!!
 

Mellow old School

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I went for the RKS crosses, hence I would like to get an idea, if possible on how the infamous road kill skunk should smell and taste like, if a pheno of these has this in one of them.

Just started soaking 2 seeds of each, plus 2 beans from a homemade cross between an unknown male from Freedom Of Seeds and Skunk Tosis female from The Nature Farm, think I have to make some crosses here also for the future....
 
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