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Posted 13 December 2010 - 05:44 PM
I'm not sure if it's #5, #9 or #11 though, it didn't say
Posted 13 December 2010 - 08:07 PM
Posted 13 December 2010 - 09:47 PM
Posted 13 December 2010 - 11:08 PM
i hear good things about sensi's NL.
it's NL#5 x NL#2
I've heard good things about Sensi's as well. Also, Highgradeseeds has some really good genetics.
Stay away from feminized seeds. What you're usually getting are seeds from plants forced to go hermie. You'll almost always wind up with a few herms in the mix. Shortcuts are rarely a good thing Take the time to grow and sex proper seeds. Sure maybe you'll get some males, but the end results will be better.
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Posted 14 December 2010 - 12:18 PM
Posted 14 December 2010 - 10:54 PM
Posted 14 December 2010 - 10:55 PM
Thanks for all this info guys ive seen prices for NL that are in like the £300 range and I've seen some for like £30. Is it worth going all out? Also my friend is now tempted to do a purple strain.. Would you recommend this? Or just stick with NL?
I would suggest Highgradeseeds. They don't gouge on prices like a lot of other seedbanks. Fair prices for fantastic genetics.
Posted 15 December 2010 - 07:36 AM
nirvana strains are a lot better than their price would suggest though there have been many complaints about either their autoflower or feminized lines. i've had pretty much 100% success with regular beans from both them and their sativa seeds sister company. if you want those, get them quick as i think those are another one of the strains they don't produce anymore though you can still get some of the oldies at doc's & gypsy's. i will say that their H19 skunk looks a lot hazier than high quality seeds' haze skunk which has some couchlock going on.
i never would have considered sensi seeds as dutch banks seem to be mostly schwag these days except for barney's which i didn't know was dutch until a couple months ago.
if he still carried it, the "real deal" would be from mr. nice as he's the original creator. i've bookmarked this thread and will try to look for smoke reports for nirvana, sensi & highgrade seeds. if nirvana is the shorty in the bunch though, i'd probably get that as my entire reason for wanting it is small size.
it's too bad that there aren't more side by side comparisons of classic strains everyone carries. i never found out who's cali-o was best and nirvana's is gone now.
Posted 28 February 2013 - 12:52 AM
I can tell you today,February 27th,2013 the best Northern Lights you can buy seeds to from any company is by far(and I mean far) Sensi seeds version. I don't care what anybody on the planet says about Sensi, or NL. They have the closest thing to the original you will ever find. I have had their NL seeds 8 or 9 different times,and they are always the same. I got the last batch in December of 2012. Same results. Short, stocky plants. When you put them into flowering, by the time you see the first few clusters of hairs,you will see the leaves are already covered with crystals and resin. This is the best indica (dominate) strain I have ever seen. I promise you,one big bong hit will make you a believer. But even before you smoke her you will be a believer after watching the buds grow,and the resin cover the plant.
There are other good NL s out there, but they are just variations of the original, or someone elses idea of what it was or should be. I really don't think there is anything close to SensiS NL. Also,just a word to my fellow weed lovers. THC Bomb is an amazing fucking grower and smoker also. So is the Ultimate (DP). And BC mango. I only mention these because if you are looking for a stout,sturdy ( the Ultimate can be big/ tall) strain of potent/crystally buds that are easy to grow and grow huge buds-try those. I did not have to search for pheno types with any of those seeds. I have alot more experience with NL, but the others were all awesome.
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