2013 Seedtesters cannabis seed germination

Its taken a while to warm up here in Holland, but we’ve started.

Beans a popping

Beans a popping

This years tests will include:

  1. Dutch Passion – California Orange (Feminized)
  2. [Secret] Cinderella 99 x Tahoe OG (Regular)
  3. Devil’s Harvest Seeds – Shoreline (Feminized)
  4. Hortilab – Sour Star (Regular)
  5. DNA Genetics - Chocolope Kush (Feminized)
  6. Moon Green’s Beans  – Clemmie’s Haze
  7. Sweet Seeds (Spain) - Unnamed Tester Pack (Regular)
  8. Mosca Negra – Grapefruit Fly (Regular)
  9. Medical Seeds – Sour Diesel (unknown)
  10. Hortilab – Sour Pink Grapefruit (Regular)
  11. [Secret] Ceres Hilton blend (Regular)
Warm it up!

2013 Cannabis Seed Germination round 1

 

 

 

Its a girl

Even for you feminized seed growers, don’t forget to look for the tell tale signs of the spread wide open female cannabis indicator – the pistils wide open in the sun hoping to accept pollen from a male donor. Fortunately, none was found and this beauty turned out true to her feminized cannabis variety from DNN. This Chocolope Kush from DNA Genetics is a prize winner any day. A lusciously deep choco smoke enhanced by the fullness of the kush kick.

DNA Genetics Feminized Cholcope Kush Cannabis Seed

DNA Genetics Feminized Cholcope Kush Cannabis Seed

A little bit more cannabis wallpaper for you

Here’s a pretty little cannabis wallpaper shot from the Moon Greens garden in early October 2012. The ladies are frosting over nicely with glistening tricombs and shining delightfully in the sunset.

Here we have

Rare Dankness Ghost Train Haze - http://raredankness.com/SativaDominant.htm

Allstar Genetics Seeds KushDee - http://asgseeds.com/?page_id=99

DNA Genetics Seeds Chocolope Kush - http://dnagenetics.com/seeds/chocolope-kush

Autumn Remaining Ladies

Autumn Remaining Ladies

20 September 2012 – Quick Update

This is me at my widest comfortable stance…..that’s wide.

Here they are cannabis seed testers: Rare Dankness Ghost Train Haze, Allstar Genetics Kushdee and DNA Chocolope Kush, shining in the glorious sun of late summer in Amsterdam.

3 seed tests.

3 seed tests.

The yellow flowers are silk and are used to attract bugs into them and distract the local onlookers.

Peace.

from the sky

3 of the ladies surrounding seedtesters tester Moon Greens.

Seedtesters.com in Amsterdam

Seedtesters.com in Amsterdam

In the pic, Rare Dankness Ghost Train Haze, Allstar Genetics KushDee and DNA Genetics Chocolope Kush.

SUMMER

Seedtesters.com in Amsterdam

Seedtesters.com in Amsterdam

A few friends came to visit. Standing, admiring the Devil’s Harvest Shoreline.

Devil's Harvest Seeds Shoreline

Devil's Harvest Seeds Shoreline

all the ladies in a row – outdoor cannabis growing

Its the end of August and here they all are with a human lady model in the middle for scale. Let me remind you, there are only 4 plants in this photograph.

Just 4 plants in Amsterdam

Just 4 plants in Amsterdam

Rare Dankness Ghost Train Haze – http://raredankness.com/Seeds/SATIVA/GhostTrainHaze2.htm

Allstar Genetics KushDee – http://asgseeds.com/?page_id=99

DNA Genetics Chocolope Kush – http://dnagenetics.com/seeds/chocolope-kush

and wayyyyyyy in the back but still larger than a human being

Devil’s Harvest Seeds Shoreline – http://www.thedevilsharvestseeds.com/index.php/shoreline

All outdoor cannabis growing, 4 plants in Amsterdam :)

DNA Genetics Chocolope Kush Flowering Week 1

And when the sun starts to set ealier today than it did yesterday, the onset of flowering should begin. In the northern hemisphere such as here in Amsterdam, flowering of cannabis should begin between the end of July and the end of August depending on the variety in the garden.

DNA Genetics Chocolope Kush

DNA Genetics Chocolope Kush

DNA Genetics Chocolope Kush

Pictured here is DNA Genetics Chocolope Kush in week 1 of flowering. She’s starting to take on a characteristic scent which is closer to the Cannalope/Chocolope smell at this time of flower. Its still a long way to go to see her bloom into fullness and become rip in about 8-10 more weeks. From here on in, its about 3 months until we get to taste the fruits of our labor.