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Posted 03 October 2008 - 06:41 PM
i livein gainesville and i actually got my hand on it right now
do you know for sure or is that just what some random dealer told you?
idk...i guess its not a big deal ive just read stories about it and since i moved here i figure i might come across it so i was wondering how i can tell that strain from another
Posted 03 October 2008 - 09:00 PM
Posted 28 September 2009 - 03:53 AM
I've got the same problem. Moved from Miami, where everyone has fire, to Gainesville. I've yet to smoke anything that lives up to those Gainesville Green stories. It frustrates me
I am originally from Central Florida [FONT="][/FONT]and I can tell you that the original "Gainsville Green" disappeared in the early 80's. For complete info on the original, go to the University of Florida's Orange and Blue web site.
O & B // Fall 2003 // Gainesville Green
Posted 28 September 2009 - 02:50 PM
Real gainesville green has been gone since the 80's. It may exist in literally one or two private grow rooms, but it is not on the streets for sale.
If someone called what you have gainesville green they were just being cute. If you need proof it was a cross of thai and hawaiian. Pure long thin sativa nugs. Not any indica at all.
Posted 28 September 2009 - 09:15 PM
I've had "Gainesville Green" Nothing special, but definately worth the 50 an 1/8th i used to get it for, but here in tallahassee i tend to pick up much better buds than i ever used to for the year and a half in gainesville.
Dude I miss tallahassee weed some much...Its just so fucking sweet. Here in Pcola is shit, and if its good then it doesnt wiegh, I know I know I know its all about who you know well I know everyone I think so I say pcola sucks....man I wish I never left tally
Posted 29 September 2009 - 03:01 PM
[FONT="]I have been growing weed outdoors in Central Fla since 1972 and there is an area from Ocala in Marion county that stretches about 35 miles north to Gainesville in Alachua county that local weed farmers called the green triangle. (this includes part of the Ocala National Forest}. For some reason, that area grows the best “Kyrpt” of anywhere else in Fla that I know of. and yes, ondrugz is right; in Fla any dank shit is called Krypt. I have grown weed from as far south as Florida City to as far north as Tallahassee and the best always came from the green triangle area. Bithlo, a small town east of Orlando, was also known as a major outdoor grow area in the 70’s & 80’s (mostly bikers) The quality wasn’t near as good as Gainesville Green but it was better then the Mexican rag weed that was prevalent at the time. Most of the weed grown in the Bithlo area in the 70’s came from Columbian Red Bud, Columbian Black, and other lowland Columbian bag seed. [/FONT]
we call our good shit krypt now
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