I honestly am asking which BS? MNS Nevils vs GH Nevil's or what? I've been around this stuff for so long the arguments get conflated in my rickety old mild. NOT trolling, promise.
My keeper was like that too, no way you could tell she would go 110 days by the mothers leaves under 18 hrs. Most had a NL-ish look when young.EDIT: BTW I am growing a couple of Doors females at the moment. Both look great; started off looking Indica Dom and both are showing nice sativa traits on the flip
I think a bit of marketing may have been involved in the decision to use his own seed as well.People put too much thought behind why Nev wanted HIS OWN BEANS for a new project. He was a breeder for Christ sake. Imagine Shanti wanted to do a new White Widow project somewhere on the other side of the world and NOT picking HIS OWN BEANS when they were available. Who would?????? Think people, it is not that hard.
I seen it, I just don't believe it. Kickass ganja right there! Boo-tiful!
That a real nice job Mu .
Thanks braddahs for the love. As braddah @Jahnova suggested many are quick to judge without giving the strain a fair shake. Working with 15-18 seeds will give you a broader representation and increase one’s selection odds. At the very least, strive to work with at least a half dozen females at a time. As always, the proof is in the seed.
To me, I love when a plant selfies a few seeds. Itsa bonus. Especially those surprises like this.Aloha fellow firewalkers!
Say it isn't so! Got to the very last of this bottle of Nev #7 and this is what I found. Not sure if self-pollinated or another Nev's or Doors "P" but if the other "P" part is #7; oh boy, don't have to ask me twice about putting these seeds in the ground!
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Nev's Haze #7 - brief history
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Mahalo braddahs. Many thanks for your kindness. We all walkabout and become the wiser, hopefully ha. I've grown several others including GHS. Like you said, less than satisfactory and for the money, grrr. I am no longer willing to waste time "experimenting," when I can get solid genetics here. Shanti's stuff is indeed vigorous and well-understood, solid. I can't say enough...
Bottled 4/8/20- 42 weeks. Neville's Haze #7 skies you up and up. The #6 comes on like thunder and then settles you comfortably for the 2PM nap. And then the Neville's du jour, the #4 that is pictured here, smells of the most fragrant herb bordering on turpentine? it is a high that's ethereal. You're in the right place. Good hunting brah!
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