Old seed bank catalogues

Following up on the discussion of 80's Story of Nevil's The Seed Bank:

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The Seed Bank

1990 Catalogue


Introduction

The Seed Bank celebrates 6 years in business. As the only legal, tax-paying cannabis seed company in the world, we will be here to serve you into the next century and beyond. Due to the unique legal climate here in Holland and our status as a legal company, we are able to breed and sell cannabis seeds without any fear of repression by the authorities. Our full-time staff is working constantly to bring you the finest pure strains and hybrids. We are available on the phone every business day to answer your questions and help you with your problems. No other seed Company can offer you this combination of top seeds and top service. When you invest in seeds from The Seed Bank, you invest in your own future as a grower.

Despite advise to the contrary we have decided to release more and more of our pure strains to our customers. Having realized that customers have been faithful to us over the years we have decided to get as many strains as possible out there. We are proud to announce that after 8 generations of selective breeding we are now able to reproduce our Northern Lights #5 from seed. This is the breakthrough indoor and outdoor growers have been waiting for for a long time. This current outdoor season will be devoted to mass-producing Northern Lights #5 seeds for the 1991 season. As a breeder I consider this to be my greatest achievement yet. Look out for this one, it will change the world.

Indoor/Outdoor Data

To help you decide which varieties will suit you best, we have included a brief summary of indoor or outdoor test data for almost every variety. These data summaries are based on seedlings that were grown to full maturity. For indoor cuttings, the yield will generally be less, as a much smaller plant is usually grown. Of course, yield is dependent on the grower and the growing method, as well as the variety. The data Summaries are therefore only guidelines, not guaranteed results.


Indoor Section

Northern Lights #5 x Skunk #1 F-1 Hybrid

This was the plant at the year in '88. and it still brings in rave reviews from our customers One of the best Skunk #1 hybrids ever, it continues to be one of the most reliable indoor varieties that we have ever produced. Excellent hybrid vigor and yield make this one a snap to grow, also good for small growth chamber use. Taste and high are similar to Skunk #1, a rich sweet pungency, but with more resin and better yield. An absolute must for beginners or experts. High calyx-to-leaf ratio you can almost throw the scissors away as very little manicure is required. If this wasn’t enough. this hybrid also works superbly outdoors as well.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100 days: 50–85 inches
:black_small_square: Flowaling period at 12 hours of darkness 45-55 days
• Yield at 100days. up to 115 grams

Outdoor Data
• Height 6-8 ft.
• Finishing date at 40* N Oct 1
• Yield up to 1 1/2 pound
Price: $80


Northern Lights #5 x Haze F-1 Hybrid

Due to tremendous customer demand, we have spent years searching for a superb Sativa/Indica hybrid that is suited for indoor growing, but still retains the unique Saliva qualities in the high. The Haze x NL#5 hybrid is the result of this search.

Haze is a late Sativa from America, widely agreed by experts to be the best pot in the world. Very popular in the 70’s, it nearly became extinct in recent years as as growers switched to easier varieties. We managed to salvage a few viable seeds from the last crop grown in the US, and we have used them to prooduce this remarkable hybrid. Haze is known for an extreme, almost psychedelic spaciness. The high is brilliant, up and soaring, both powerful and subtle. The fragrance is complex and deep, with a dry flowery perfume over a base of dark, leathery animal tones. In this hybrid, it adds depth and complexity to the taste, as well as producing a unique high. Due to the radically Sativa nature of Haze, this hybrid tends to really stretch in height during the flowering period. Therefore, it must be flowered when very small, and be given plenty of light. The 9-10 week flowering period is well compensated with an exellent yield.

A note of warning: Adverse effects have been known to occur among inexperienced smokers particularly when combined with alcohol.Side effects may include nausea, dizzyness, fainting, and loss of bowel and bladder control. Extreme introspective behavior is considered normal.

We developed this hybrid specifically for indoor growing, but it will work superbly outdoors in Southern California, Florida and Hawaii.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100 days: 60-72 inches
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness 65-75 days
• Yield at 100 days: up to 150 grams
Price: $100

Chi P Variabilis

This is a 'grab bag" of seeds, not a variety. These seeds could be almost anything remnants, test batches, indoor. outdoor. Sativa. etc. These seeds are made available specifically for the purpose of testing our shipping facilities Dent expect to find our best seeds in these batches, but expect delivery.

Price: $15 (1 pack per Order maximum)


Silver Pearl

A 3-way hybrid containing Early Pearl, Skunk #1 and Northern Lights #5. This hybrid is quicker and sweeter than the Northern Lights #5 and the NL #5/Skunk hybrid. An indoor/Outdoor plant with the main emphasis being on yield and taste. Will grow outdoors throughout the whole of the US with an above average yield. Silver Pearl is the mother of last years harvest festival winner. Plants exhibit frosted resinous characteristics of the Northern Lights #5 and the sweetness and calyx-to-leaf ratio of the Early Pearl/Skunk.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100 days 3-4 ft
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness 45-50 days
• Yield at 100 days: up 10 100 grams

Outdoor Data
• Height 6-8 ft
• Finishing date at 40° N. Sept 15
• Yield. up to 1 1/2 pound
Price $70


Silver Pearl x Haze

Winner of the '89 High Times Harvest Festival, A similar hybrid to Haze x NL#5 but leans a little more to the sativa side. The EP SK#1.NL#5 mother is a quicker, sweeter, taster plant than the Northern Lights #5.It has ihnerited the resin from the NL#5, the high calyx-to-leaf ratio from Skunk #1 and the sweetness from Early Pearl. This hybrid is more variable than the Haze x NL#5 but has the potential to produce even better quality. Yield will be a little less than the Haze x NL # 5, height and flowering time will be similar.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100 days: 60-72 inches
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkne. 65-75 days
• Yield at 100 days, up to 125 grams
Price: $90


G-13 x Hash Plant F-1 Hybrid

G-13 is an outstanding, pure Indica cutting reputedly discovered by the government research program in Mississippi. Widely grown as a commercial indoor plant in the US. G-13 has proven to be one of the best breeding plants in our collection. When crossed with Hash Plant it produces one of the best, indoor hybrids that we have tested. It has the marvelous potency and quick finish of Hash Plant. plus more vigor and better yield. The buds are beautifully solid and resinous. with a ‘double Indica’ hashish taste and aroma. An excellent choice for the ‘small plant’ or 'sea of green methods, as the individual plants are very compact.

Indoor Data
:black_small_square: Height at 100 days: 36-50 inches
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness. 45 days
• Yield at 100 days. up to 100 grams
Price. $85


G-13 x Northern Lights #2 F-1 Hybrid

We also crossed G-13 with NL #2, and this hybrid really ‘fizzed’ producing an excellent yield of fat, sweet buds. The pungent sweetness of NL#2 really came through in this blend, adding a touch of fruitiness to the full-bodied Indica aroma. It has a somewhat longer flowering period, but a heavier yield as weIl. A top commercial plant, it can be flowered when very small with good results. Superb resin and potency, the high is very bright for an Indica hybrid.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100 days: 40.60 inches
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness: 50-55 days
• Yield at 100 days up to 125 grams
Price: $55


Hash Plant Pure

After years of inbreeding and testing, we have decided to offer our famous Hash Plant as a pure variety. The pure Hash Plant differs from the Hash Plant x Northern Lights #1 F-1 hybrid in that it is an inbred strain, possessing the wonderful Indica taste and high of the original cutting. The yield and vigor will be less than the hybrid under most conditions, but the quality will be even better. This is the one to get if you are true Indica connoisseur or a serious breeder. You can expect very fast indoor finish, copious resin, and a flat-top bud structure.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100 days: 36 inches
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness: 40 days
• Yield at 100 days. UP to 70 grams
Price $85


Hash Plant x Northern Lights #1 F-1 Hybrid

One of the most famous indoor cuttings horn the Northwest USA. Hash Plant is named for its hashy tasting, highly resinous buds. When crossed to our best NL #1, it produced some of the strongest specimens that I have over smoked. Here in Holland, even experienced smokers have had trouble finishing a joint of Hash Plant/NL#1. This hybrid has abundant resin, very fast finish, and a pleasantly narcotic high. It is easy to clone and most of the seedlings tend to grow to a single bud.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100days: 36-50 inches
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness 40-45 days
• Yield at 100 days, up to 85 grams
Price $80


Super Skunk

This plant is especially developed for Skunk lovers. We have crossed our test Skunks to their Afghani ancestors. Watch out for this one, the smell is a dead give-away. Brush against this plant and the room becomes immediately filled with a powerful Skunk aroma. Despite the smell a very pleasant high with a little more body to it than the Skunk #1.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100 days: 4-5 ft.
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness: 45-50 days
• Yield at 100 days: up to 100 grams

Outdoor Data
• Height:7-9 it.
• Finishing date at 40’ N. Oct. 1
• Yield: up to 1 pound
Price: $65


Garlic Bud

This heavy yielding variety is named for its penetrating Inca fragrance not exactly like Garlic, but almost as strong. You won’t have garlic breath after smoking this one, so don’t worry, but you will get stoned. We gave this one a B+ for taste and Potency, an excellent score for such a heavy yielder. Superior indoor performance, top commercial possibilities.

Indoor Data
• Height a1100 days: 40-60 inches
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness. 50-55 days
• Yield at 102 days up to 125 grams
Price: $45


Northern Lights 5 x 2 F-1 Hybrid

This F-1 hybrid between the resin champ NL#5 and the wonderful NL #2 has made many indoor growers very happy. The plants are short, stocky. vigorous and high-yielding, truly one of the best all-around indoor plants in our collection. It has a nice juniper berry taste along with abundant resin and a great high.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100 days: 36-48 inches
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness 50 days
• Yield at 100 days: up to 125 grams
Price: $60


Northern Lights #1 F-3

We have continued to inbreed and improve our Northern Lights # 1. We can now say with confidence that this is one of the purest, most potent, most extreme lndica varieties in the world. It has extremely broad, dark green webbed leaves, a compact single stem growth pattern, dense internodes, and abundant resin. This is a real ‘textbook’ lndica, with a classic, astounding lndica high to match. As an inbred variety the vigor and yield will usually be less than with a good hybrid, but for collectors, connoisseurs and breeders thisvariety is essential. Highly adapted for indoor growing, but also has good outdoor and greenhouse performance. A long season is required outdoors, but the indoor flowering period is only 6 weeks.

Indoor Data
• Height at 1 00 days: 35-45 inches
• Flowering period at 1 2 hours of darkness… 40-45 days
• Yield at 1 00 days: up to 1 00 grams
Price: $75

Northern Lights #2 F-3

The progress in the N L # 2 line has been tremendous this year. The backcrossing and inbreeding has now produced an F-3 of remarkably pure Hindu Kush phenotype, with just a hint of sweet piney Sativa mixed with the rich Kush pungency. We find the NL#2 to have surprising vigor for an inbred line, the quality is unsurpassed. It has become one of our favorite smokes, every generation is a new delight.Wonderfully potent, but usually not devastating, the bright Sativa notes also come through in the high. An absolute must for the connoisseur or the collector. Adapted for quick indoor flowering, but also does well outdoors with a long season.

Indoor Data
• Height at 1 00 days: 45-55 inches
• Flowering period at 1 2 hours of darkness: 45 days
• Yield at 1 00 days: up to 1 00 grams
Price: $75

Original Afghan Mix

This seed line comes directly from the collection of the late ‘Maple Leaf’ Wilson, reputedly one of the first collectors of true Afghan seeds. He was called ‘Maple Leaf’ because he grew some of the first lndicas that had been seen in America, and their broad leaves could only be compared to maple leaves. Our Afghan Mix was propagated from his original Afghan stock, completely unselected, therefore possessing all the variety that existed in the original gene pool. Due to the extreme variation that exists between the seedlings, this mix is recommended for serious breeders and collectors only. Sold in special breeder’s pack of 50 seeds.

Price: $1 50


Big Skunk

This F-1 hybrid is a cross between Skunk#1 and the world-famous Big Bud. For sheer yield and hybrid vigor, this is the best yet. Huge buds, excellent resin, taste and high. Somewhat variable, approximately 1 in 4 females will be an extreme heavy yielder, with the longer-flowering plants giving the biggest yields. Also works well outdoors with a long season.

Indoor Data
• Height at 100 days. 40-60 inches
• Yield at 100 days: up to 150 grams
• Flowering period at 12 hours of darkness: 45-65 days
Price $80


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Outdoor Section

Earliness and Yield

As the pressure on outdoor growers has increased in recent years, earliness has been more and more important. Earliness is also important for growers in areas with short growing seasons. The problem with breeding for extremely early plants is that there is generally a trade-off with yield; the earlier the plank the less the final yield. This is only logical, as the plant has less time to produce. However, because an early plant flowers during more favorable weather than a later plan: the quality is often better, and there is less risk of bud mold and other problems.

Outdoor growers that are seeking high-yield plants should grow a mid-season variety Skunk #1, Northern Lights #5 x Skunk, Silver Pearl, Northern Lights#1 and Hashplant/Northern Lights X Swazi are excellent mid. season varieties. Most of our indoor varieties will yield very well outdoors. but they are generally somewhat later.

The data summaries that are given under the outdoor varieties are based on seedlings that are allowed to grow for a full season with good soil and good growing conditions. The Outdoor finishing dates are, of course: dependent on the weather and the latitude. For most varietes the further South they are planted. the earlier they finish, and the further North they are planted, the later they finish.

Skunk #1

This is-the plant that set the standard in California. and Is now the most famous- plant in America. Originally an Indica-Sativa hybrid. Skunk #1 is now one of the most consistently performing true breeding strains in the world. An absolute must for all outdoor and greenhouse growers. Skunk has been known to yield up to 5 pounds per plant. Also does well indoors. but produces better yields as a hybrid with Northern Lights # 5. Very high calyx-to-leaf ratio. little manicure required

Outdoor Data
• Height. 7-9 ft
• Finishing date at 40* N.: Oct 1
• Yield: 1 1 /2 pound average
Price: $50




Ruderalis Skunk

Ruderalis is an early-flowering variety that grows wild in parts of Eastern Europe and Southern Russia. We have used the early flowering characteristic of Ruderalis to improve the Outdoor performance of some of our best varieties. The advantage of a Ruderalis hybrid is that approximately 50% of the seedlings will begin flowering at the 5-7th internode, regardless of the photoperiod. The other 50% of the seedlings will behave similarly to the normal strain to which they have been hybridized. For most growers living at or below 45 degrees latitude, there is really no point in growing a Ruderalis hybrid, as a normal early strain will generally perform well, North of 45 dedegrees however Ruderalis hybrids may out-perform and out-yield normal varieties. Thu buds tend to be a bit leafy, but they ore resinous and salable. Some of our Canadian customers for which this hybrid originally has been designed have reported outstanding successes.
Price: $45


Seed Bank Growing Guide

Over the past several years. our customers have asked us for information about growing techniques, and for more detailed information about plant breeding. We have therefore decided to include this section to answer the most frequently asked questions.

Seed Germination

All our seeds have been grown under carefully controlled conditions to insure genetic purity and seed viability. All varieties are tested for proper germination before shipment. To insure best germination, we recommend that you place the seeds between damp paper towels and keep them at about 75 degrees °F. Don’t cook your seeds with too much heat, room temperature is usually enough. Keep moist, but not wet, and within 72 hours your seeds should sprout. Very carefully transplant with the root tip down and the seed cap just below the surface of the medium. Before germinating, it is a good idea to dust the seeds with a fungicide such as Captan. This will insure that the sprout doesn’t rot, which is especially a problem with Indica varieties.

Please do not use Jiffy- 7 pots to germinate your seeds: The acid peat used in these pots can prevent germination.

Plant Sex and Hermaphrodites

The average ratio of female to male in a normal seedstock is usually 50/50. In a very small sample. however there is a chance of having more males or more females than the statistical average. We recommend that you start your seeds under 24 hours of light for at least the first 3-4 weeks. For most tested varieties this will yield up to 75% true females, and also produce very fast growth.


At the Seed Bank, we use only true males and true females to produce our seeds. We virtually never have any problems with hermaphrodites. Some early outdoor varieties tend to become slightly hermaphroditic when grown indoors, probably due to the sudden change of photoperiod when inducing flowering. Under conditions of severe stress, (high or low temperature. screwed up photoperiod, fertilizer burn, insect or disease attack) many varieties will produce male flowers. This is not a fault of the breeding, but is only a survival mechanism for the species .

Determining Plant Sex

Many growers determine plant sex by prematurely forcing the seedlings to flower. and then reversing the light cycle to bring the females back to vegetative growth. This is usually not a good idea. especially with early outdoor varieties. Some seedlings will remain flowering. or they may go into photoperiod shock, a sort of half-flowering. half vegetative state. Most varieties will begin to show storks of sex after 6 weeks or so of vegetative growth anyway. so forcing the plants to flower prematurely really doesn’t save any time. If you are in a real hurry, you can take a cutting of the plant in question. and put the cutting undo( a flowering light cycle: The cutting will usually show sex within two weeks. You then know the sex of the mother plant without having to force flowering. As far as using hormones to alter plant sex,we generally don’t think that this is a good idea. Growing real males and real females is the best way to go and insures the fewest problems in the future.

Inbred Varieties

Our breeding work is basically concentrated in two areas, producing F1 hybrids and inbred varieties. Inbreeding is the process of crossing related individuals, usually of the same generation, to each other. Inbreeding is required in plant breeding in order to produce uniformity, and to select for desired qualities. Each new generation of an inbred strain can result in an improvement in such qualities as earliness and resin production, although the yield and vigor tend to stay about the same. Inbreeding normally causes the doubling up’ of characteristics, both good and bad, both valuable and worthless characteristics become visible during inbreeding. With very careful selection, you can improve the quality of a sushi and its uniformity, but one mistake can ruin an entire line. Therefore, when inbreeding it is wise to go along a number of lines in case one doesn’t part out.

Hybrids

In general. a hybrid is any Cross between unrelated or mostly unrelated varieties. In plant breeding, the term ‘F-1 hybrid’ is frequently mentioned. This specifically refers to the first generation (F-1) of a cross between two unrelated varieties. This can result in the famous ‘hybrid vigor’, or the heterosis effect, that has revolutionized plant breeding and agriculture in the past 50 years. This hybrid vigor can produce plants with faster growth and greater yield than either of the parents. In F-1 hybrids there is frequently a ‘doubling up’ of the dominant characteristics from both parents. However, since dominant characteristics are not necessarily favorable, inbreeding may be required first to discover possibly useful recessive characteristics. The greatest hetero- sis effects are created combining extremes. the more unrelated the two halves of the hybrid. the greater the resulting vigor.This is one reason why lndica / Sativa hybrids often have excellent vigor.At the Seed Bank,we have selected the best F-1 hybrids out of hundreds of possibilities for use in our catalogue. Due to their greater vigor and yield, for commercial growers they are probably the best choice.
A popular misunderstanding is that F-1 hybrids are unable to fertilize them- selves. This is completely false. With few exceptions all F-1 hybrids are self- fertile. The problem is that this generation, the F-2 generation, has tremendous variation among the progeny, and the heterosis also disappears. Thus, for breeding use, inbred varieties are recommended.

Seedlings and Clones

Technically, a clone is a group of genetically identical individuals. A clone is produced by taking cuttings from a mother plant. The commercial benefit of cuttings is that the clone of a particular mother plant will generally stay the same, producing crop after crop of uniform, standardized plants, neither improving nor fading in quality. The problem is that this soon becomes boring, particularly for the connoisseur. Thus, we must turn to the source of all variety, the seedling. Even indoor growers that can get the best commercial cuttings from fellow growers are growing our seedlings, looking for a new clone candidate, or a super, connoisseur plant.

Seedlings have other advantages over cuttings. A seedling will generally be much more cold-resistant than a cutting, and is less susceptible to premature flowering if planted early outside. A seedling will be less leafy than a cutting, and will tend to grow much larger main buds, while the yield of a cutting will be spread out over the whole plant. requiring more manicuring. A seedling also has a certain vigor that is often lacking in cuttings. Many growers, both outdoors and indoors, rely on seedlings to produce a better yield than they can get from cuttings.

For indoor growers, we recommend that you grow a seedling for at least 6 weeks before inducing flowering. If a seedling is forced to flower before this age, it will tend to have a smaller yield and produce lower quality buds than a mature seedling. An exception to this rule is a longer flowering variety, such as Northern Lights #5/Haze or Silver Pearl/Haze. Because the flowering period is more than 8 weeks, the seedling can be induced to flower as soon as they are well-established, and they will still perform well.


Growing Methods

Many customers have recently asked us to recommend an indoor growing method. With the proliferation of high-tech indoor growing systems in the past few years, it has become difficult for us to make specific recommendations. We can however, briefly describe the system that we use at The Seed Bank. Indoors and in the greenhouses we use a non-recovery rockwool system with drip emitters. The plants are started in 10 centimeter growing blocks, and when the roots come through the blocks they are placed on individual growing mats of 20 cm x 33 cm, with one dripper for each plant. The nutrient solution flows through the mats and is drained away and not reused. Most commercial sinse growers in Holland use a similar method, but place 4-5 growing blocks on each 1 meter long growing mat.

We make our own nutrient formulas based on a rockwool solution that was originally used for the greenhouse production of sweet peppers. We run an E.C.of about 1.65, and a PH of 5.5. For lights, we use 400 watt horizontal sodium lamps, with at lent one lamp per square meter (about 10 square feet). We use CO2 enrichment only in the greenhouses, as they are heated by gas cannons that also provide CO2. We use both natural daylength and artficially shortened daylength greenhouses.

The point of any growing method is to produce the healthiest plant possible. We think that there are many methods that can be used to produce healthy plants, but if the genetic stock is not good, then the results will be disappointing. Investing in the best seeds insures that you will get the best out of your system


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Wow, thanks for the trip down memory lane!

It was around 1985 or so that I started noticing ads in High Times mag for seeds and catalogs thereof. Well, I was initially quite paranoid about using USPS to break the law so brazenly.
Up until then the only seeds I could get came from the best bags of weed that I could buy…but beginning around the mid 70s more and more bags of weed were “sinsemilla”…very few, if any damn seeds.

I decided to live more dangerously, and I went ahead and ordered a catalog from
SSSC (Super Sativa Seed Club).
When I received the catalog (1986-87), I was giddy with excitement. I felt like a little kid looking at a Sears Roebuck catalog making a Christmas wish list!
So I ordered Skunk 1, Williams Wonder, Sanora Super Sativa, and Pluton 2.

I loved all of these strains!
Especially Sanora Super Sativa and Williams Wonder!

Needless to say, I have been buying seeds ever since.

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Dude this is fucking amazing. Thank you soo much for sharing thiss

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My memories start in 1996 or so, when people started bringing Sensi Seeds catalogues from Holland. Growers were satisfied with Sensi’s genetics at the time. I had ordered first seeds from either Emeryseeds.com or Heaven’s Stairway, not sure. From Emery I was aware I might get F2s, but I was lucky and yield and quality was great even outdoors (it is cooler part of Europe).

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I also began using Emery around the mid 90s or so. I remember that his catalog was quite large. Lots of varieties. I was mostly satisfied with his seeds.

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That is a classic Dutch way … :slight_smile: lower pH of 5.5…

And EC 1.65 I would call very down-to-earth…

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This is awesome really. I only saw those strains i think until heavens stairway. … or something like that!

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This great thread motivated me to see if I could find some of the old catalogs I used back in the 1980s.

I located some pics of some old SSSC catalogs. Some pages from '86/'87
and cover and pages of '88/'89.

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Not only the people but the knowledge in OG is invaluable… Cheers!

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Purchasing the seeds from SSSC changed everything for me back then.

I became even more intensely focused on growing. Growing became easier.
Williams Wonder, Skunk 1 and Pluton 2 were super easy for me to grow indoors under HIDs. They all finished nicely in under 70 days or so of flowering! With my prior bag seed grows, it was largely hit or miss on finishing time and overall ease. Most bag seeds I grew would take forever to produce decent mature flowers, stretching and lanky structure being extra work to control indoors.
Well, now I had plants that quickly grew dense, sticky very potent buds easier!
Yippee!

Williams Wonder was truly wonderful. I ran the genetics for about the next ten years. I never should have let it go.
Coulda, shoulda, woulda!

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Great Post, I hope it keeps bubbling back to the top.

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Who’s got the Orange? There’s gotta be somebody running it…shit. getting no where with cali-o. Subcools sweet tea. I’ll have to grab a pack at some point.

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Correct me if im wrong ,
Im sure that the Cali- O is one of the parents of orange sunshine ( Cali-o x ssdd.) … Anyone know for sure … @50State bro.? I have a few orange sunshine f2’s ( from :arrow_up:.)
Anyway @Baltimore ,I’ll send you a few of my OSS f2’s there’s not too many but I’ll half the ones i have. Those goji og f2’s you have - you should try them asap …
Have a good day bro , talk to you later.
Gaz

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