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    crazy eagle's cestrial temple sativa

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    I had 2 plants and one hermied on me so this is the one that was left,looks kinda weird!@
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    Looks pretty leafy eh?, Are these celestrial Sativa's Long flowering? The Leda Uno's look like they are better yeilding plants. Come to think of it I was supposed to be doin a trade for some. Hmmm Dont know whats happening but I would like to try to grow some of these sativas. Did they stretch a lot also? Are you feeding them a light nute schedule? Keep up the great growin, Im gonna have to go a take a look at them Leda uno pics again...K.I.M.
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    It supposto be a 10 week strain but this plant acted weird all the way threw very sensitive to nutrients and basically just sat in the back of the flowering room, she is very crystally though! Needed the room for the dpks to go in!
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    Yes I had some of my CTS start clawing with its leaves very easily from overfertilization. Great to see Crazy Eagle! Tell us what its like when you smoke it!

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    yep bro..looks like it got nutt burn or lack of..plus the good thing is its justat tips..i flush it and give itsome feed in week..funny thing..it looks covered in crystels...good sign...maybe just leave it alone and let it do its thing..may not be big yielder but bet will be a nice smoke...
    anyways well done...love the pics...bit more lite in pics and would show the crystels rite up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangergord View Post
    Yes I had some of my CTS start clawing with its leaves very easily from overfertilization. Great to see Crazy Eagle! Tell us what its like when you smoke it!
    The leafs looked like they were praying everyday, they always pointed straight up. It does have a lot of tricombs on her and got moved to the dark room for a few days, so when she's done ill let ya know how she is! Thx for the gift ranger, I really like the leda unos!
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    maybe a little mg hungry,they call it"praying for magnesium"
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    Quote Originally Posted by keepitmedicated View Post
    Looks pretty leafy eh?, Are these celestrial Sativa's Long flowering? The Leda Uno's look like they are better yeilding plants. Come to think of it I was supposed to be doin a trade for some. Hmmm Dont know whats happening but I would like to try to grow some of these sativas. Did they stretch a lot also? Are you feeding them a light nute schedule? Keep up the great growin, Im gonna have to go a take a look at them Leda uno pics again...K.I.M.
    The CTS is supposedly a landrace sativa from ecuador but the Leda Uno is sativa crossed with indica, while retaining its sativa dominant characteristics. CTS is lower yeilding and longer flowering. Very few CTS hybrids have been made so far. Good breeding material.

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