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coachspencerxc

Member Since 14 Oct 2014
Offline Last Active Apr 03 2018 09:07 PM

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In Topic: Skunk pepper

31 May 2017 - 11:50 PM

Wartryx x CARDI, I hear.


In Topic: Coach's 2016 Glog

16 January 2017 - 11:45 PM

I kinda fell off the face of the earth... or at least THP. 
Season finished out well but far more than I could do anything with. Planning on 40-50 plants this season with more focus on the rest of the garden.

I plan on doing a better job of keeping up with THP. Missed it.


In Topic: Coach's 2016 Glog

03 July 2016 - 03:51 PM

2 different 7JPN x Moruga phenos from last year. Both ripened dark purple to red but the top pheno never got truly red. More of a wine color:

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Seeds from pods of the top plant produced these this year. Still ripened dark purple to wine color:

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Peach Fatalii cross from last year:

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Seeds from that very pod produced this this year. Smoother & more orange/yellow than peach:

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In Topic: Coach's 2016 Glog

03 July 2016 - 03:44 PM

CARDI Yellow. Not a great phenotype, but very large.

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I got 2 phenotypes of 7JPN x Moruga last year- one beefier & one more lantern. Beefier was a little tastier. Latern was a more beautiful plant & pod, I thought. I grew both this year.

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Chocolate Brain Strain, Red Moruga, NeBru 7, Tepin x Giant White Hab, Fidalga Roxa, Chocolate Scotch Bonnet, 7JPN x Moruga

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Maraba cross I got from Peter S, CARDI Yellow, Peach Sugar Rush (not impressed), BOC, Peach Fatalii cross, BOC x Primo, Yellow Moruga that fell off the plant early, CGN 21500:

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Funky yellow zucchini:

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In Topic: Juanitos 2016 Grow

25 June 2016 - 01:30 AM

hammer lol. can confirm.

 

I found maybe thirty 7' posts & fifteen 5' ones. I used a hammer last year but invested in a $20 driver this year. MUCH easier, straighter, & if we're being honest, I didn't wimp out & drive them in too shallow this year. Set up's looking great.