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4 definitions by Nickolaz19

 
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Fuck all the other definitions this is the real one.

Sativa 80 / Indica 20

Origins - N/A

Flowering - 56-63 days

Harvest - Early October

Strawberry Cough is a sweet-flavored indoor variety with just enough indica influence to shorten the typically slow growing time of the semitropical sativa into a 2 month flowering cycle. The creamy berry taste combines with its expansive smoke to deliver a variety worty of its name.

Strawberry Cough gardens efficiently whether using hydroponics or soil setups. It is too branchy for sea of green, but Dutch Passion recommends planting 15-20 plants per square meter (1-2 plants per square foot). Strawberry Cough likes a boost of nutrients at the beginning of vegetative growth. Although no data was available for outdoor gardens, Strawberry Cough performs terrifically in greenhouses. Strawberry Cough is a plant of happy mediums, growing to a height of around 3 feet indoors or in a greenhouse garden and exhibiting leaves that balance between indica and sativa influences. This multi-branched plant will start delivering ripe colas about 40 days into flowering, and continue with a second wave that finishes at about 65 days. Greenhouse flowering times are typically a week shorter than indoor gardens.

The buds are tight and shaped like narrow pinecones, and may get quite long. This variety's branches are sturdy and support even the weightiest of colas. Strawberry Cough tickles the lungs with her creamy-sweet smoke, whose flavor resembles strawberry, perhaps with a kiwi fruit complement. The buz is heady and active, a classic let's-go-hiking sativa lift that can alleviate depression.
Hey boy have you had the Strawberry Cough dis shit is potent.
by Nickolaz19 July 13, 2009
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Sativa 70 / Indica 30

Origins - Swiss sativa x NL5 x Haze-Mist

Flowering - 75 days

Harvest - Mid October

Arjan's Strawberry Haze is a bright green mid-sized sweet sativa. She descends from Swiss stock on her mother's side, and popular Northern Lights and Mist varieties on the paternal side. These seeds are feminized, meaning that they will all grow out as bud-producing female plants. The Strawberry Haze's buds have the aroma of an almost candy-like strawberry, and her smoke is sweet-tasting with an upbeat high.

This mountain plant is adapted to humid areas, and overall very versatile, strong, and easy to grow. She ranges from 3 feet in small containers, to 10 feet when her roots are given free reign. She has short internodes and medium-sized round leaves. Her branches tend to choot out vertically, straight toward the light, allowing plants to be placed closer together than is possible with more rangy sativas. Three to four plant per square meter is an ideal arrangement.

Strawberry Haze performs best and delivers the utmost in strawberry flavor when grown in soil. Hydro systems can be used to increase the yield, but the taste is less sweet. Green House recommends a light hand when it comes to nutrients, as this plant is more sensitive to overfeeding than most sativas. Start with a low pH (5.6 hydro / 5.8 soil) and slowly increase to reach 6.5 at the end of flowering. Extra P and K should be added after the 5th week of flowering. The maximum EC should be 1.9 in hydro and 1.7 in soil. Flush plants at the end of flowering, which takes about 10-11 weeks or until mid-October outside.

Arjan's Strawberry Haze finishes with chubby buds, composed of rounded calyxes that are thickly coated with resin and thin long hairs. Aside from the expected, very sweet strawberry aroma, which is much sweeter than most sativas, the smell has also been compared to summer blossoms, rose petals and red berries. Her high is fast hitting, clear, creative and giggly. It is good for social moments as well as for introspective ones. Chasing the blues away, making love, making friends laugh, and making art are all recommended activities to accompany this strain. Arjan's Strawberry Haze was created by Arjan in the period 2000-2004. He introduced it on the market in 2006, after winning the 1st prize among Green House's strains at their Very Important Smokers Panel event in 2005.
Hey Yo i got the Arjan's Strawberry Haze fo sell. It s best when you roll it in Strawberry Swisher Sweets. It tastes alot like strawberry.
by Nickolaz19 July 13, 2009
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Sativa 50 / Indica 50

Origins - Skunk & White family strain

Flowering - 63-70 days

Harvest - Late October

Two types of grass gained popularity among Dutch growers in the mid-1990s. The red skunk strains gave high yields of middling quality weed, while the resinous white strains satisfied any ganja gourmet with flavor and quality of buzz, but gave only modest yields. After an intense selection process, Nirvana hybridized for the best qualities of these two established strains with Ice.

A new generation power plant, Ice weds kind bud with kind yields. Ice has few branches, minimal foliage, and many floral clusters: a plus when manicuring. Virtually all of the branches Ice extends will be heavily budded. A rapid grower, this plant can be put directly into flower after roots are established. She will double in height and start forming flowers in the first 2 weeks of the 12-hour regimen. No ice maiden, this strainis happiest with lots of fresh, warm, humid air circulating around her. Hydroponic methods will give the most effective results with the best resin production. A sea of green set-up is appropriate.

Ice practically fumes with nearly fuel-like scent of raw THC. Flavored like Nepali black hash, toking Ice is likely to induce coughing. Plan on putting your brain on ice because this variety's heavy stone may leave you in lazy daze for hours.

Winner, High Times Cannabis Cup 1998.
Hey Billy have you ever smoked Ice Weed i heard that shit is very potent.
by Nickolaz19 July 13, 2009
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Paradise Seeds' Ice Cream expresses a diversity of phenotypes, all of them producing good, tasty smoke. The plants look extremely uniform when started from seeds until the fourth week of bloom, when bud formation and final stretching creates some differences in flower formation and node pattern. The common theme amond all phenotypes is extreme rapid growth and vitality, with healthy large dark green leaves and profuse resin production. Another common theme is a smooth, creamy taste that reminded Paradise of ice cream.

Som phenotypes express a "sativa" growth pattern, with extremely thin serrated leaves, a high calyx-to-leaf ratio and a slightly hallucinogenic high. All Ice Cream plants give out copious amounts of trichomes, sometimes exhibiting an extremely tight formation of army-style rows of large resin heads. Paradise bred this especially productive phenotype for its almost geometric resin pattern. It delivered some generous hashish extraction, yielding an average of 45 grams per 1000 watts of light input of premium quality ice extraction bubble hash in two extractions. Ice Cream hashish has already become popular with Montreal aficionados.

Ice Cream is a very fast grower, finishing in 55-60 days indoors in hydro or soil, or by early October outdoors. She almost doubles in size when put into flowering after on month of vegetative growth, becoming a middle-branch plant. Her stems and branches are very flexible and offer a great opportunity to take advantage of tying down and bending techniques.

This strain's metabolism runs extremely "hi-revolutions" and responds well to multiple horticultural triggers. Call it a sports car of growth. "It's all good and beautiful to own a Ferrari," cautions the breeder, "but you have to know how to drive it". Ice Cream's fast response tendencies, especially in hydroponics, make her sensitive to adverse conditions. Her part-sativa heritage makes her somewhat tolerant to heat and humidity, but she will show other stresses (cold, overfeeding) very clearly. She is especially sensitive to moisture level fluctuations at the root zone. Use caution with feeding, and pay attention to light distance from the plants.

Ice Cream cultivators find themselves engulfed in sweet smells as they train the plant's profuse lateral branching and promote her fat main cola. The slightest touch sends up a perfume of plant sugars. The buds themselves are white and frosty, with a hint of vanilla. The smoke is smooth, with faint undertones of skunk and pine.

Just as AIce Cream's metabolism roars along with multiple cycles and variations, likewise her stone is a series of revolutions, an antidote to stoner boredom. Her effects are well balanced and register on both head and body levels, but in stages, alternating from cerebral to slightly physical in a bcak and forth motion within the same smoking session. For both gardeners and tokers, Ice Cream offers vigor and diversity under a smooth vanilla coating.
Hey Nick have you ever had Icecream Weed. Hell No it has vanilla taste in it.
by Nickolaz19 July 13, 2009
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