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Ultra sonja seeds
Below you can find a list of strains that are parents and predecessors which led to the medicinal effects and properties of the Ultra Sonja cannabis strain. It was through the breeding of these strains which led to the production of Ultra Sonja marijuana seeds, while attempting to cultivate their combined effects and therapeutic properties. To breed your own Ultra Sonja seeds, you would need to cultivate a mixture of the following strains:

Ultra Sonja Marijuana Strain

Strain Flavor

When smoked or converted into an edible form, the flavor of the Ultra Sonja strain is best described as Tree-fruit, Earthy, and Cheese.

Ultra Sonja Strain Medicinal Benefits and S >

How to Breed Ultra Sonja Seeds

Below you can find a list of strains that are parents and predecessors which led to the medicinal effects and properties of the Ultra Sonja cannabis strain. It was through the breeding of these strains which led to the production of Ultra Sonja marijuana seeds, while attempting to cultivate their combined effects and therapeutic properties. To breed your own Ultra Sonja seeds, you would need to cultivate a mixture of the following strains:

UK Cheese

UK Cheese is a popular hybrid strain known for its strong, sensible effec..

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Really awesome to see NC . Many thanks for participating in tha test grow . I have a friend that owns a shop , some of his boys’ll be conducting a test run of these as well . I really appreciate tha detail thus far in you thread , very complete . I will say that Canna Coco can be a bit heavy and compact tha roots easily , I encourage folks that do use it to go lightly on tha waters with seedlings and slips . NC , your tha first to have these in your show , may they provide you with plenty of’ sticky , dank nugs and me with a grip of preliminary info .

Ultra sonja seeds

Ultra Sonja is UK Cheese X Blue Sonja

The good folks at GrindHouse have asked me to do a Test Grow. steel savage gives a description of what we might expect, in his intro thread here – link

I bought some Blue Sonja seeds thanks to descriptions of some nice euphoric sativa-style effects but I’ve decided to run these first, as the Cheese is getting quite a few nods from those sampling it’s greatness, which combined with Blue Sonja’s excellent genetic heritage should be something very very special.

Blue Sonja.
– Breeder’s Guide (includes pics)
– Test Grow (includes pics and smoke report)

Man I’m drooling already heh. Enough of my ramblings, here we go.

Germ/Seedling Method – seeds into totally dark 25C tap water for 1 day. pH 6.0
Once popped, out they come to be wrapped up in double-wrapped paper towel, moist, total darkness in 25C environment. pH 6.0 tap water.

Grow Method – Canna Coco, indoor Hydro with twin 600W HPS setup, tap water, Canna Coco Nutes.

7 seeds soaked. Next day > 5 popped. The 3rd day > last 2 seeds popped.
100% Germ rate, these seeds are fresh!

Here are the first 5 US babies pushing upwards, to make my life better

05-26-2008, 10:10 PM #2
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Okies kushcakes, I sure hope I can do steele proud, and that you’all will enjoy the show bro’

Hey there GET MO, you gonna be likin’ the coco fo’ sho’ bro’

Let’s see what these GrindHouse genetics have got in store for us.

05-27-2008, 05:31 AM #4

Really awesome to see NC . Many thanks for participating in tha test grow . I have a friend that owns a shop , some of his boys’ll be conducting a test run of these as well . I really appreciate tha detail thus far in you thread , very complete . I will say that Canna Coco can be a bit heavy and compact tha roots easily , I encourage folks that do use it to go lightly on tha waters with seedlings and slips . NC , your tha first to have these in your show , may they provide you with plenty of’ sticky , dank nugs and me with a grip of preliminary info .

KC , happy to have yas join us .

Get Mo , please refer to what I was sayin’ in regards to Coco , it compacts easily . Let it “dry” in between waterings when plants are young and you’ll be golden .

Be well y’all ,
Steele

05-27-2008, 05:50 AM #5

Really awesome to see NC . Many thanks for participating in tha test grow . I have a friend that owns a shop , some of his boys’ll be conducting a test run of these as well . I really appreciate tha detail thus far in you thread , very complete . I will say that Canna Coco can be a bit heavy and compact tha roots easily , I encourage folks that do use it to go lightly on tha waters with seedlings and slips . NC , your tha first to have these in your show , may they provide you with plenty of’ sticky , dank nugs and me with a grip of preliminary info .

KC , happy to have yas join us .

Get Mo , please refer to what I was sayin’ in regards to Coco , it compacts easily . Let it “dry” in between waterings when plants are young and you’ll be golden .

Be well y’all ,
Steele

Thanks Steele, I appreciate the seeds

The coco needs a few important things, like once established my experience is daily run-to-waste watering and nothing more. The seedlings in coco are getting every 2nd day feeding, and they’re doing good.

Despite my camera being really really crap at focusing on what I want focused on, we can still see roots already. Check this.

Dang these girls gonna be into bigger pots in no time at all

I recommend reading through the The Coco Forum Stickies if you’re considering a coco grow, and especially some good debate and info found in -VT-‘s Coco-Coir Experiment Thread.

Peace

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05-28-2008, 08:45 PM #6