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Old 07-29-2015, 03:23 PM
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Question Is it any good?

I'm a new grower and trying to get psyched into buying some NL5 x haze but I can't because the reports are only so-so. Many people seem disappointed with this line, and it seems like a hell of a pheno hunt to find something worth getting worked up about. I enjoy earthy, piney and especially incense or sandalwood type tastes and odors. Am I barking up the wrong tree here and should I look into different strains instead? I'm wondering if any of you have grown this out and been especially pleased. Anyone grow it out consistently?

edit: I should say that I've spoken with a member here over on another site and he (she?) gave me some good info on this. I'm just the type of guy who wants to hear from more than one person, so should you come across this (you would know who you are) I appreciate your thoughts and don't want you to be offended by my continuing to seek out opinions. Yours are greatly appreciated and again, let me know how your clients like your NL#5H when you get it out there.

Side question for anyone now that I think of it. It seems like there is quite a lot of variation within MNS strains. How consistent are these genetics generally?

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Old 07-30-2015, 07:16 AM
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hi lettuce ,
i grew a lot of mns nl5 haze , check out my thread (nl5haze the beast)
this line is a really big yielder , top quality haze smoke !
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Old 11-25-2016, 11:59 AM
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If you like haze/racy heady weed and a choice of lemon/lime/spicy/floral/woody smells then you can't really beat NL5 Haze. I am sure there are seedlines that will give you racier bud but not with the yield, vigour and choice of flavours that NL5 Haze offers. If you like weed like Super Silver, Amnesia, Lemon, Jack Herer etc this is what they were bred from. There is variation in flavour, bud shape and a little bit in flowering time.
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Old 11-25-2016, 05:30 PM
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Hi lettuce!

I got a Autumn Cleaning Pack of the NL5 x Haze and will look deeper into it, as I really hope to find some coated, rock hard, good yielding Plants for terpene- extraction and a row of extraction and preservation experiments. I do think the NL5 & Haze has some very great options for commercials as well as conisseurs.

I have smoked it a few times in the Dam (maybe grown by a forum member) and was always pleased by it.

After testing a few strains of Shantibaba, I think I can say most of the oldschool- strains are winners of their classes, if you compare them to other Seedbanks.
If it comes to selection these guys know what they are doing. Combining experience with the right touch of intuition.

I'll do a log of the NL5 & Haze cross, but it will need propably till Mid to 3/4 of next year, depending on germ and male- rates, hopefully with good results.

Let me know if you get a pack so we can create a indipendent thread together if interested, giving out a evaluation and sharing experience for others interested in this strain.

Best wishes,

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Old 11-26-2016, 01:49 PM
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Old school genetics, so many gems to be found. I pulled out 3 bottles (all that's left) in your honor this morning. Grown last May, they haved cured nicely. Chunky buds with 3 different smells- a hard choice. I picked the fueled, spicy one.
After 3 tokes I set it down in hopes of still being able to maintain some discernment. Several minutes later a trembling in my shoulders, noticing the difficulty in typing. What the hell, I'll take 3 more tokes- almost half way now...
I'm leaving the launchpad so quickly I feel I've left my shoes behind. A bit racy now, yet there's a clarity this side of noia. Obviously made for dancing and activity. Tinkering with the inside of a watch is not a good idea. 3 more tokes after 20 minutes. Hands not made for typing. Rechecking spelling good idea. Body feel loosy goosy. Tai Chi feels good, well maybe the speeded up version haha. Ecstatic dance works tho. Lots of creativity and a good inertia buster. GOOD MORNING TO YOU!!
What can I say at this point as I wakey bakey on a Saturday morn? Old school genetics, so many gems to be found. Get some tis shit brah.

Aloha nui
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Old 11-27-2016, 01:49 PM
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Old school genetics, so many gems to be found. I pulled out 3 bottles (all that's left) in your honor this morning. Grown last May, they haved cured nicely. Chunky buds with 3 different smells- a hard choice. I picked the fueled, spicy one.
After 3 tokes I set it down in hopes of still being able to maintain some discernment. Several minutes later a trembling in my shoulders, noticing the difficulty in typing. What the hell, I'll take 3 more tokes- almost half way now...
I'm leaving the launchpad so quickly I feel I've left my shoes behind. A bit racy now, yet there's a clarity this side of noia. Obviously made for dancing and activity. Tinkering with the inside of a watch is not a good idea. 3 more tokes after 20 minutes. Hands not made for typing. Rechecking spelling good idea. Body feel loosy goosy. Tai Chi feels good, well maybe the speeded up version haha. Ecstatic dance works tho. Lots of creativity and a good inertia buster. GOOD MORNING TO YOU!!
What can I say at this point as I wakey bakey on a Saturday morn? Old school genetics, so many gems to be found. Get some tis shit brah.

Aloha nui
M
Haha, nice testamonial Musashi, seeing you dance arround in creative Tai Chi- Kung Fu style. I'm with you buddy
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Old 11-27-2016, 03:08 PM
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Oh, Mr. T the story doesn't end there. I managed to get a few chores done in town before I came back home and spied the other two jars. It doesn't take much imagination to figure out what happened next. BATTLE OF THE JARS!! The rest of the day was a happy medicated blur. Oh yea, I've rediscovered some more persy stash that made the ground shake several times for me yesterday. But don't take my word for it. Get going on them seeds brah!

Cool runnin brahs
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I'm a new grower and trying to get psyched into buying some NL5 x haze but I can't because the reports are only so-so. Many people seem disappointed with this line, and it seems like a hell of a pheno hunt to find something worth getting worked up about. I enjoy earthy, piney and especially incense or sandalwood type tastes and odors. Am I barking up the wrong tree here and should I look into different strains instead? I'm wondering if any of you have grown this out and been especially pleased. Anyone grow it out consistently?

edit: I should say that I've spoken with a member here over on another site and he (she?) gave me some good info on this. I'm just the type of guy who wants to hear from more than one person, so should you come across this (you would know who you are) I appreciate your thoughts and don't want you to be offended by my continuing to seek out opinions. Yours are greatly appreciated and again, let me know how your clients like your NL#5H when you get it out there.

Side question for anyone now that I think of it. It seems like there is quite a lot of variation within MNS strains. How consistent are these genetics generally?
I think NL5 x Hz is one of the most underrated strains ever. If you find a good pheno there will be no looking back. Yield, potency, flavour and high. It has it all and has to go down as one of the classics and perhaps one of the most important strains ever bred.
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I think NL5 x Hz is one of the most underrated strains ever. If you find a good pheno there will be no looking back. Yield, potency, flavour and high. It has it all and has to go down as one of the classics and perhaps one of the most important strains ever bred.
G `day Glow

I agree NL Hz is good stuff .
Just be aware this version is a remake . Not 1980s NL Hz .

I grew a few when it was re released .
Big yields . Good hybrid buzz .

Thanks for sharin

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G `day Glow

I agree NL Hz is good stuff .
Just be aware this version is a remake . Not 1980s NL Hz .

I grew a few when it was re released .
Big yields . Good hybrid buzz .

Thanks for sharin

EB .
Cheers for sharing. The re release is pretty damned impressive!
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