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OFFERED Trinidad and Tobago Landrace

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I know I am two years late but when i promised these I had no money to ship them and I was occupied with work and could not grow anything. Most of the seeds I got from the members here are not even germinating so they have gone to waste even with the hydrogen peroxide method. Either way I am determined to deliver what I promised, and first priority will go towards Tracker and Gerald. I dont know how much they will cost to ship but I will know by Monday when I visit the post office. Let me know if you want more pictures or further information. They have been flowering for 4 weeks now and they seem to be more on the sativa side but im no expert.
 

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These are very bushy vigorous plants, and I will be creating cross strains. Both plants were topped and one of them still managed to grow as tall as 6 - 7 feet and seems to have a longer flowering cycle than the other. I am guessing it leans more towards sativa dominant. The only issues I encountered were locust, stink bugs and something that look like mealy bugs but they became scarce and vacated the trees as they matured. I barely fed them anything in veg other than mild rabbit poop and they expressed themselves in 5 gallon fabric pots. As for the flower stage I am feeding them weekly compost tea with molasses, potassium phosphate and recently a little bit of aloe vera mixed in. Any advice would be helpful and appreciated from you guys here since I am a greenhorn to the hobby.
 

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Looks like old school bud to me. It's a pain to trim but somebody has to do it.:oops:
 

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Definitely got that "sativa" structure, honestly very "landrace" in looks. If you're into hash, she looks like she'd wash well.
 
Definitely got that "sativa" structure, honestly very "landrace" in looks. If you're into hash, she looks like she'd wash well.
I dont know how to make hash. I am thinking about cutting the majority of buds and leave it under a street lamp for revegging. I have a banana daddy regular seedling from Ethos Genetics, if it ends up being a male I will cross breed.
 
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