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  • Jan 30, 2011
  • #1
  • lowridersa
    New Member

    Have seen a post somewhere else about african strains which is great to document and see african strains for ourselves, in the flesh. So how about a post like that here. I will start, give me a mo, going to skin a zol, add some pics and will update, lets see those local honeys. Anything african can fit here, so if you have a picture, please share it with us, and the details. Peace.

    • Jan 30, 2011
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    • #2
    lowridersa
    New Member

    Ok a little african bud porn, :

    Malawi plant and buds

    Malawi Cobs

    Durban Poison

    Durban Sticks

    Nigerian 99

    A hippies haven:

    • Jan 30, 2011
  • #3
  • seanhaarhoff
    New Member

    Lowridersa,I got a woodie looking at those pics,You def got some wicked bud happening there man.Send some seeds to Durban and let me get some of that happening in my garden dude.

    Local is def lekker.
    peace out
    Sean

    • Feb 4, 2011
  • #4
  • African Dream
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    • Feb 4, 2011
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  • willoby
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    • Feb 4, 2011
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    • #6
    lowridersa
    New Member

    hey guys, thanks for the comments. Just to let you know. The pictures I add are anonymous, some growers who do not have access to camera’s and internet, some who are to lazy, and most of these pics are at least 5 yrs old. The lineup currently in my garden is:
    Cheesebury Haze
    G13
    Swazi F2
    Cheese

    All of these are outdoors and going to make some killer smoke for the future. But yeah please add your local african shots, great to share what we are producing here in Africa.

    • Feb 4, 2011
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    • #7
    lowridersa
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    • Mar 16, 2011
  • #8
  • Up in Smoke
    Active Member

    Great stuff lowridersa!

    Please post some pics of those plants you have in your garden, the haze, cheese etc.I would love to see it!

    Im down in Capetown and would love to get my hands on a cheese strain to plant myself.Let us know how it grows outdoors.

    Great forum!Keep it up!

    • Mar 16, 2011
  • #9
  • Up in Smoke
    Active Member

    The classic ‘Bankie’. aaahh brings back very fond memories.I can’t remember the last time I saw one of those big bankies!about 5 yrs ago.

    Fully loaded it would set you back R50 only!Those were the days. good times

    • May 17, 2011
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  • Doubled2431
    New Member

    Sweet pics bru . . Im up in Jozi and got a couple month old SWAZI which has just started its flowering stage. Now I almost chucked coz at first glance it looked male but since yesterday the top bud has started sprouting white hairs and looks very much like a female. Ive seen pics of hermaphrodites but the male parts are always at the top..Mine are on the bottom . . any help please as i wanna smoke this first grow of mine.

    thank u fine !! \m/

    • May 19, 2011
  • #11
  • Doubled2431
    New Member

    Nice pics bru !! dam !!

    tell me something . what are the best nutrients to use in this place . im in Jozi and new at this . need some help please.

    • May 27, 2011
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    • #12
    lowridersa
    New Member

    Those were the days, I made it a mission to get a picture of all the bankie bags supplying weed, ABSA, Standard, FNB. hehehe. You still find them, but things have changed quite hectically.

    • Jun 20, 2011
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  • Doubled2431
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    • Jun 20, 2011
  • #14
  • Up in Smoke
    Active Member

    You mean swazi Gold?

    Do you live in SA?And are you in Capetown or Joburg?

    • Jun 21, 2011
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  • Doubled2431
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    • Jun 21, 2011
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  • MJ001
    New Member

    Hey there, I usually just browse all the bud porn and never post but I cannot let people think weed here looks so bad.

    To be honest your posted pictures remind me off what I used to smoke when I got from black guys handing out pamphlets at the traffic lights.

    These days I only smoke the best that Johannesburg (and Cape town) has to offer

    Cape Town Cheese ^^

    • Jun 21, 2011
  • #17
  • Doubled2431
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    • Jun 21, 2011
  • #18
  • MJ001
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    For decent outdoor grown section it’s about R50 per gram retail (or US$7). For a large bag of outdoor of about 30-40g it’s about R300-R400 (or US$50-60)
    For the indoor you will pay between R100-R150 per gram for retail (US$15-20) wholesale is about R1000 for about 10-12g (or US$150)

    Prices are largely determined by how much you buy with the higher the quantity the lower the price. And also who you know. Finding a good, consistent trustworthy dealer is painfully hard to do as most South Africans are not prepared to pay large amounts for quality weed and therefore simply succumb to the most vile horrible dirt weed which is sold EVERYWHERE and goes for as little as US1$ for a small bankie or matchbox.

    EDIT: Also, Outdoor grown Marijuana is significantly not as potent as indoor grown for those who might be unsure. The local population here are also incredible bad growers often not understanding the difference between Male and Female plants and believing that one should smoke both the seeds and stems. It is not uncommon for a local to try sell you an entire bag filled completely with seeds and stems.

    Hey Have seen a post somewhere else about african strains which is great to document and see african strains for ourselves, in the flesh. So how about a…

    African Cheese

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    🌱 Lineage: Cheese ♀ Heirloom Malawi ♂ These are F1 hybrids of an heirloom sativa ♂ from the Santa Cruz Mountains. This Malawi has been stabilized for a number of traits including tall height, hollow stems, light green leaves, chunky and medium dense buds, sweet aroma, high THC, and mold resistance. Photo: South African Grower

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    Cheese
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    Named for its sharply sour aroma, Cheese is an indica-dominant hybrid from the U.K. that has achieved widespread popularity for its unique flavor and consistent potency. With origins that stretch back to the late 1980s, Cheese is said to descend from a Skunk #1 phenotype whose pungent aroma made it stand out. Breeders like Big Buddha Seeds later introduced Afghani indica genetics to increase Cheese’s trichome production and yields. The resulting strain is now well-known for its relaxed, happy effects that gently ease you into a blissful state of mind.

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