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    #3973299 - 03/26/05 07:02 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

I was wondering what were the best cubies to grow (in your opinion). I'm interested in what ones you thought were the most potent v.s. the most easy to grow. :mushroom2:

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Re: Cubie Favorites... [Re: CyruxMafia]
    #3973356 - 03/26/05 07:23 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

My friend has a Creeper strain from Spores 101 that he said absolutely kicks ass. They're nice & potent and quick to pin.


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Re: Cubie Favorites... [Re: CyruxMafia]
    #3973364 - 03/26/05 07:24 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

Everybody's is different :shrug:

But IMO...

Creepers colonized pretty quick for brf (2wks er so) pints and they were the most agressive(rhizo's everywhere)...They were easy to fruit but aren't all cubes? :shrug: lol
I had to jars beat back green mold and cobweb, when it was finished there was only a small spot left, i cut it out and cured w/ salt :thumbup:

I think that so far, Gt's the worst strain...For me anyways, no visuals, just giggles, and it colonized weakly...:thumbdown:, but a foaf said that they never really got the giggles, he said he tripped hard and got the giggles after his peak...So it varies from P2P...


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