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Lets try this again – T.H. Seeds Burmese Kush ( BUKU) 400w hydro grow from seed

This is my second run at this. the first time ended up with hermerphrodites. so I guess that’s what you risk when you get feminized seeds. I’m gonna give it another shot since I love the strain so much.

I just popped a couple of seeds into a paper towel to start germing. once they sprout I will start posting pics as soon as there is something to take a picture of

Pull up a chair..enjoy the show. hopefully these will be lovely LADIES this time

Some generial info below:

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I’m using top-drip hydro-buckets (the General Hydroponics ones ). I also sort of had to get McGeyver, and I purchased some cheap stackable kitchen shelves to use as a way to do LST / SCROG , but to also keep each bucket moveable, etc. Here is a pic of what i’m talking about. I had to bend the legs in such a way that they ‘snap’ onto the rim of the bucket It works out really great actually.

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So, already the seeds have cracked and started sprouting little roots!
Rockwool cubes are pre-soaking now

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They will go in when the sprouts are about 1/2" or so. enough for me to make sure they are pointed downwards with authority(tay) when I put them into the cubes

I have them soaking in 1/2 strength "seedling" nutrient mixture recommended by GH:

I won’t actually put them into the buckets for another week or so . I want them to get a little growth going or I find that sometimes the top-drip system sprays them with too much water and ends up just soaking the little girls to death as soon as they pop out of the rockwool.


I bought a pack of the BUKU too! Man, that sucks – I have been a student for the last 5 years with very little cash to spend, and now I wasted my money on garbage! Bummer.


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HOG was big but as mentioned before very sativa pheno, and billed an Indy. Go figure.

We did get a couple of Sativa dominate phenos but we also got Indi dominate phenos. Two indi’s are almost alike in appearance, both are heavy yielders and both are a knock down stone with a smooth smoke.

That’s my only experience with their products and no I don’t believe it justifies the price.

With that being said I have grown out all the phenos of Dr. Atomics Northern Lights X Blueberry that I purchased the same day from the same vendor and it was complete garbage. Nothing like what I saw in the grow diaries on Icmag. Big tall lanky sativa types that so far haven’t produced nothing but hay smelling fluff? Maybe the vendor.


You want good seeds and less BS. Go with small time breeder’s. They have so much to prove and they haven’t made all that money as the big time breeder’s. The big time breeder’s could care less. Now, I’m not saying all of them are like that. When someone has problems with seeds and they can’t get any help. That just proves my point. You’ll find small time breeder’s will go the extra mile. When the Big guy won’t. Good luck to all and I hope the best for you all.

PS, I’m in the same boat. I’m one that hates spending alot of cash on seeds. Even if they are the very best. I don’t feel seeds should cost so much. My 2-cent.
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well i think the point has pretty well made on thseeds but i would like to add.
someone said they had good results with the bubblegum. thats the other strain i’ve ran of theres.
and if you were happy with it then good on ya cuz you proberly got lucky.

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none of mine had any sweet or bubblegum smell. the smell was very skunky and the high was just same old same old indica.
above avg. potentcy and yield i give it that but not a very good bubblegum atleast not to me.
i have sags bubbleberry and like it much better. and have grown swt#3 had my whole flower room filled with it once now thats a sweet smell.
like a bowl of jolly ranchers heating up under the grow lights lol.


You want good seeds and less BS. Go with small time breeder’s. They have so much to prove and they haven’t made all that money as the big time breeder’s. The big time breeder’s could care less. Now, I’m not saying all of them are like that. When someone has problems with seeds and they can’t get any help. That just proves my point. You’ll find small time breeder’s will go the extra mile. When the Big guy won’t. Good luck to all and I hope the best for you all.

PS, I’m in the same boat. I’m one that hates spending alot of cash on seeds. Even if they are the very best. I don’t feel seeds should cost so much. My 2-cent.
Take care,

Now you are getting me started!

I agree 100%. There’s lots of breeders out there doing great work on a smaller scale who charge a modest price.

I get pretty pissed about the pics. You get the feel that some of these companies show you a pic of a rare pheno and write their description but good luck getting that particular pheno in a 10 pack. I think these seed companies should actually show us pics of the different phenos we should expect in a 10 pack, not just the one pheno. Some times you get uniformity so one pic is fine.

You know times have changed when we can sit around bitching about the companies who breed and sell our genetics of cannabis. LOL

Danny Danko’s Top 10 Kush Strains

Pure indicas tend to knock people out, but Sensi’s famous Hindu Kush has a more desirable zesty quality to it, as well as a rich, hashy smoke that tickles the nose and enlightens the senses. This odiferous strain has a super-short flowering time, coupled with the ablity to start filling out right away for big, fast yields. Great for beginners and experts alike, Hindu Kush is known for its pungent notes of sweetness followed by hints of sandalwood, which distinguish it from the Kush we know and love in the USA.

Ken from Sensi Seeds calls their Hindu Kush “a classic, definitive indica sometimes referred to as ‘Afghanica,’with the characteristic wide, dark green leaves and strong branching that make it an excellent building block for serious and hobbyist breeders.” Indeed, cannabis botanists worldwide use a Sensi Seeds Hindu Kush male in their programs for stability. It also makes terrific hash with an old-school scent and flavor.

Lineage: Indian landrace from the Hindu Kush mountains
Flowering time: 6 to 7 weeks
Contact: Sensi Seed Bank,

Photo Courtesy of T.H. Seeds

HIGH TIMES Top 10 Strain, 2007

T.H.Seeds have earned a stellar reputation for bringing the best of California’s genetics to Amsterdam and beyond. This proud tradition continues with their latest offering, the Burmese Kush (lovingly referred to as “Buku”). One of the most resinous strains available at coffeeshops in Holland, Buku is the result of crossing an authentic Burmese Kush with the clone-only OG Kush so well known in the Los Angeles area. As one might expect, the results are super “kushy,” with the telltale dark green leaves and unique piney flavor inherent in the Kush family of strains.

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Anyone who smokes the real-deal Kush in Cali knows its tart diesel flavor and incredibly euphoric high. Combine those with a short flowering time and easy-to-trim profile, and you’ll understand why we’re cuckoo for Buku. Adam from T.H.Seeds suggests savoring the instantaneous effects of this strain in a nice clean bong filled with ice-cold water.

Photo Courtesy of Barney’s Farm Shop

Vanilla Kush proves the adage that not all indica-dominant strains are created equal. It’s hard to nail down the intoxicating scent these buds exhibit upon grinding, which is both complex and varied: Vanilla and sandalwood compete with citrus and lavender as they dance upon the palate. The smoke is full-bodied and sensuous, with the strong medicinal properties associated with heavy-duty Kushes. The higher-than-usual CBD content will especially soothe certain symptoms, such as severe headaches or muscle spasms.

When cultivated, Vanilla Kush boasts dark red hairs surrounding tight, frosty clusters. Even the fan leaves are crystal-coated almost out to the tips, and the buds fill out quite nicely. It’s a strain that’s also available these days in feminized form. Medicinal patients report immediate relief from smoking or vaporizing the Vanilla Kush – another sure-fire prizewinner from Barney’s Farm.

Photo Courtesy of DNA Genetics

East Coast residents familiar with the strain known as “Headband” will be quite excited to know that the “breeding bros” of DNA Genetics have released a superb version of this famous Diesel and Kush cross. Their Headband won third place at the 2009 HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup for the Green Place Coffeeshop under the name “Headband Kush,” earning it the first of what will undoubtedly be many more awards.

Don tells me that they reversed the OG Kush to pollinate the Sour Diesel, and he assures growers that they’ll find a great mother plant out of a pack of 10 beans. Luckily, cloning this strain is easy too, with roots popping out within eight to 10 days of cutting. Headband possesses the familiar diesel-fuel smell and sour lemon taste and starts producing resin glands early and often, exemplifying the best qualities of its elite parentage.

This strain has gained an almost mythical status as the foundation of West Coast genetics. Hippie folklore marks the arrival of superior Afghan seeds from the Hindu Kush region into the hands of California’s growers as the beginning of a marked transformation in the quality of homegrown marijuana. This sea change in domestic cannabis cultivation reveals itself even today in the predominance of Kush traits found among many of the world’s most popular pot varieties. Kush offspring include a number of HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup winners and HT Strains of the Year, including the MK-Ultra and Sour Diesel. Plus, OG Kush offshoots such as the Bubba Kush and Purple Kush show wonderful promise as future prizewinners.

The DNA Genetics boys started Reserva Privada as a seed bank for some of their favorite strains being bred out by their buddies in Cali, and they now have feminized OG Kush seeds available for growers. The yields aren’t huge, but these dense little nuggets pack a legendary punch.

Another sensimilla stalwart from the T.H.Seeds collection, the Kushage has an epic high – one that hits almost instantly and has both staying power and that familiar Kush headiness. Even beginners will find her easy to grow and work with, resisting many of the common pests and pitfalls that plague first-time farmers. Kushage plants will stretch a bit but fill out nicely, with spicy, piney branches topped with lime-green colas surrounded by dark, waxy leaves.

Adam of T.H.Seeds describes his Kushage for me thusly: “The sandalwood flavor of our S.A.G.E. and the crystal-clear high add an extra boost to the almost addictive buzz of the OG Kush, making this a great plant for the Kush-crazy West Coast of the USA and the Haze lovers of Holland … truly the best of both worlds!” And he’s made it available in feminized form for the first time as well.

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Apothecary breeder Bret, who created the Kaia Kush, named this strain after his daughter and promptly snagged an elusive HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup with it in 2007. Earthy and spicy – and very reminiscent of the Chemdog line of genes – this sativa-dominant hybrid has all the lemony-fuel taste and tartness of its predecessors, but with a relatively short flowering time for a strain of such note.

The Kaia Kush is a heavy yielder, packing on weight late into flowering. The abundant and pungent odor can be overpowering, so be sure to use charcoal filtration and whatever else you can find to control the rampant smells. This is the type of weed that can narc you out if you’re not careful, so apartment growers especially should take heed. Judging from the reception for this one at many medical dispensaries in California, I’m expecting big things from Apothecary in the future.

California has gone “purple crazy,” with hundreds of different varieties available in various shades from violet to deep blue. Combining the sweet flavor of the Purps with the lemony power of OG Kush, Purple Kush is a strain that exemplifies the best of both worlds. Strong bag appeal plus increased potency make the PK a perfect hybrid for growers interested in a product that sells itself.

Its short, squat stature and heavy harvests don’t hurt either. This clone-only, almost pure indica strain has its origins in the Pacific Northwest, but has become increasingly popular and available elsewhere as the rest of the country (and the world) quickly catches up to the aesthetically and spiritually pleasing qualities of these grape-flavored, violet-colored nuggets. Medical patients in particular will appreciate the Purple Kush’s deep body stone, which is helpful in treating chronic pain and depression.

From eastern Cali comes one of the strongest cannabis varieties of all time, the Tahoe OG Kush – often imitated but never perfected as well as it has been by breeder Swerve from the Cali Connection, a breeding outfit that has earned much respect for its Kush-heavy stable of strains in seed form. Swerve pollinated the original and legendary Tahoe clone with his San Fernando Valley OG F3 male, and the result adds fuel to the fire for sure.

The Tahoe OG grown from Swerve’s seeds produces thick nuggets completely covered in glistening, glandular trichomes, but without the typical hermaphroditic tendencies of many closet-breeding pollen-chuckers’ watered-down versions. Medical patients will appreciate the calming properties of the Tahoe OG Kush, which relieves insomnia as well as bodily pains and stress.

Lineage: San Fernando Valley OG Kush F3 x Tahoe Kush clone
Flowering time: 9 to 10 weeks
Contact: The Cali Connection,

The famed Larry OG cut made the rounds in Southern Cali for years and is an all-time favorite of Kush lovers everywhere. The archetypal “lemon-fuel/Pine-Sol funk” (as breeder Swerve perfectly describes it) is the tip-off that you’re dealing with a real-deal OG cross.

Grown from seed, Larry does some pretty serious stretching after flowering is induced, but makes up for it with good yields of super-potent and odiferous pot. Typically producing almond- or teardrop-shaped calyxes with bright orange hairs, this strain grows super-frosty, with crystals out to the ends of the fan leaves (which turn dark purple as the plants near maturity). The thin, stretched-out branches may need to be staked for support, and mites love the Larry OG Kush as well – so stay vigilant and keep checking the undersides of leaves for damage to catch them early if they happen to attack.