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garneroutlaw started grow question 3 years ago
Any attempt at the ID of my mystery strain? It is either Sensi Afghani #1 or Barney's LSD. The smell is very, very weak. Mk at this time was smelling very grapey/fruity. This smells like a generic marijuana plant maybe with a hint of mint.
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OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello! Sorry but you will never know , let me explain : LSD is supposed to have Mazar-i-shareef genes in it and the Mazari is ... an Afghan strain so the differences between the 2 strains will be very very slight . To me it's nearly impossible to know. I hope it will help you :grin::+1:
mad_scientist answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello @garneroutlaw! I have grown a few Afghan #1 from Sensi. When they flower they smell like rotten grapefruit and bitter orange inside a trashcan at summer but in a very good way :sunglasses:. I don't know if that helped you. Happy growing !
The_Projexx answered grow question 3 years ago
It's hard exactly to tell what strain it is but you can tell what is more dominant in the strain buy looking at the plant , from what i can tell its more of a Sativa dominant , what gives me this impression is that the fingers on the leaves are wider and look to be a little shorter . It also carrys the train of an indica plant remaining short as well as the node spacing is tight . So to me here you have a hybrid strain that is Sativa dominant the ratio would be unknown because its hard to tell from just looking at the pictures . But 100% without a doubt you can always tell what type your plant is simply by looking at the traits it carrys , in this case its big fingered leaves with short node spacing which again leads me to believe its a hydbrid that is Sativa dominant . You can google the classic traits of each type Indica or Sativa and this will allow you to better determine what type your plant(s) is . I hope you find this information helpful on your journey to becoming a grow master ! -Happy Growing !