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the confusion) but rather related to an NCGA experiment (probably
involving a NL with some alleged G-13 in it) dating back to the time they (Sag and NCGA) teamed up briefly.
They just appropriated the Matanuska name, as it had a mystique, and applied to the ""new"" breed. I wouldn’t
be surprised if they registered it as a trademark, which they can in Holland."
"Sag are very liberal with seed names --their ""NL#9"" has no Northern Lights at all, but rather is a combination
of Jack Herer, White Widow and Durban (yeah, nice mix). As you see, its all very seedy (hehehe) and the
only way to ascertain quality is to grow the stuff. I even suspect that Sag permanently lost some of their own
strains, as several of them where out of stock for more than a year (rip-offs and boycotts at their seed grow
operation) and suddenly (suspiciously) resurfaced... perhaps today’s Stonehedge is not the original, but a
female clone crossed with a male Special K to get a seed line going (that would explain the new reference to
Special K in the description).
More ramble than you bargained for, eh? Sorry... got carried away, the story of strains reads like a novel.
Hope this helps though."" -Adam Tripper"
"“I grew out ten seeds earlier this year. The plants were quite robust and large. Although you could see some
indica influence in the leaves, Stonehedge grows like a sativa with internode spacing on the long end of the
spectrum. It needs a lot of light and even then the yield is somewhat exiguous. The buds grow in dense
clusters and begin to put on some weight after fifty days of flowering. The aroma of the plant is subtle, an
earthy grapefruit bouquet if I were pressed for a description. There is excellent resin production which picks
up markedly after fifty days of flowering. The high is intense and long-lasting. I like the way the smoke
tastes and makes me feel but I am not happy about the yield. Ten seeds were not sufficient in this case to
get a mother of truly outstanding character. Perhaps another female would produce a heavier yield. I do not
"“Don't know too much about Stonehedge's parents. It was indica dominant, dense nugs and a hashy flavour.
A ""stony"" party killer-type herb. Pretty average when compared to some of the other strains available.”
Type high/strength: lightweight smoke Height: 2m Yield: med Harvest date (Netherlands natural
photoperiod): end Sept 12hr day exposure harvest (# of weeks): 8-10 indoor / greenhouse / outdoor Early
flowering (good breeding stock for earliness), good for the Dutch Alps"
"“The top44 is a cannabis strain developed in Holland some years ago, it's mostly indica crossed with a skunk
and something else, there are a lot off speculations what this 'else' might be, but for now it's still unknown.
The top44 is an impressive fast flowering plant, I never heard off a strain that was faster, it has an flowering
time from only 6 weeks (44 days), but gives big resinous buds in
Instead of pistils we have small round pollen sacks. The picture is
from The Penguin.
Most seeds that fail to start germinating do so because their
shell is too hard to break open and allow water to seep in. At the end
of your germination period you may have found that 25 or more of
your seeds have not managed to pop out. You can help these seeds to
grow by using a method known as Scuffing.
Simply get a small box, like a matchbox.
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