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Oasis from Dutch Passion

One of our most popular varieties, Oasis is our Northern Lights #2 selection. A very strong plant, almost spidermite resistant. Good yield, excellent taste and excellent "high".
THC = 12.3%, CBD < 0.1%
Oasis from Dutch Passion
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'Oasis' from Dutch Passion
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One of our most popular varieties, Oasis is our Northern Lights #2 selection. A very strong plant, almost spidermite resistant. Good yield, excellent taste and excellent "high".
THC = 12.3%, CBD < 0.1%
Grower Report - GrowingMaster on August 12, 2003, 5:14 pm Oasis from Dutch Passion rated 7.29


Report 1 of 4From GrowingMaste
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Couchlock, body stone
Odor Description: Earthy, sweet & sour, a little pungent
Taste: Sweet, minty, slightly skunky
Garden Style for This Report: Sea of Green SOG


Excellent stable strain. Very little variation between plants except the yield and potency varies slightly, but never anything bad! That is for sure! If you are looking for a nice Indica plant with a hint of Sativa to add a bit strength to the high, this is IT. Growth is bushy. Topping once would prove excellent and huge! Thickest stem I ever saw from such a short plant. One of the most compact plants and buds I have ever seen and that is a lot of plants.

I recommend this strain to beginners because it is an easy plant to grow. Just feed it -it likes quite a bit of nutrients, and be sure to give it a full 8-9 weeks of flowering for better results. No longer than that or your trikes will have started to turn amber and degrade.

In a nut shell, Oasis (NL#2) is a great stable almost PURE Indica plant that has an excellent zone out body high, with a GOOD yield and LOW smell -the only thing it lacks is flavor.

"UPDATE"
I have found a new pheno with in the population of my Oasis. It is much better then the pheno I discribed before, so I am adjusting all the stats to that plant so that you will understand better the potential of this strain. You will NEVER be disappointed with Oasis. The very last pic is of the NEW pheno I have found.

Peace GM


Overall Effect: Couchlock, body stone
Sex: Feminized (mostly female)
Bloom Lighting: 20w to 250w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 2.00
Plant Height: 20
Harvest Indoor: 60 to 65 days

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Report 2 of 4From L.V.DUBB
Vintage: November, 2003
Effect: Couchlock, body stone
Odor Description: Earthy, very low key. Citrus smell on some buds.
Taste: Smooth w/ a light to heavy hash taste!
Garden Style for This Report: Bush
November, 2003

Well, let me first start off by saying that I chose this strain because I wanted to see if feminized seeds were all they were cracked up to be. With just a few hermies and minor problems, the 100% female sex rate surpasses the hurdles! In my eyes, they are a little too pricey, so I will be sticking with standard seeds from now on, but are worth the $ for 100% beautiful women.

Early Growth:

Sprouted 3 seeds in a paper towel with a light mix of Superthrive in the H2O. 100% germ. rate (obviously). Planted all three 2 days later into small square pots with a mix of Pro Mix BX soil w/ a little extra perlite and vermiculite for added drainage. Watered with a light mix of Superthrive until the sprouts popped out of the soil. Saran wrap was placed over the tops of the pots to increase humidity and to keep from drying out. Aired twice a day, everyday. After second set of true serrated leaves appeared, transplanted into 4 gal. pots w/ Fox Farm Ocean Forest potting soil and extra vermiculite & perlite, using a dose of Superthrive to help with shock and any slight root damage that occured.

Mid Growth/Pre-Flower:

Growth was pretty vigorous throught this stage in their lives. 2 of the plants showed the expected Indica over Sativa ratio, but one plant leaned a little more towards the Sativa side than the others (thinner leaves, slightly taller). These girls sure like nutes. After about 3 weeks after transplant, had to start fertilizing with their waterings using store bought distilled water. I used Fox Farm Grow Big for the veg. ferts, w/ Nature's Best Liquid Trace Minerals as directed (give or take depending on the needs of my girls). All plants were topped once at their 5th node. After the second to the top node on each plant was alternating, they were thrown into flower all together. No preflowers that I could see for this strain.

Flowering:

Well, this is where I ran into my only problem with nute def. I didn't give them enough N after switch from 24/0 to 12/12. Some of the lower fan leaves turned a little yellow and a couple of the ends got crispy. A few feedings of a little grow ferts, and I was back on track. About a week and a half after light switch, I had nice white/pinkish pistil's peeking out! About 2 weeks after that, I had some nice little girls going on! For the flower ferts, I used Fox Farm Big Bloom & Better Harvest's Fossilized Red Seabird Guano. 3 1/2 weeks before harvest, I found the first set of hermie bannanas on the biggest top (cola). From then until harvest, found various hermie bannanas on the plants, mostly on the lower bud sites. The hermaphrodite trait in this strain sucks, but it's not too extreme. Harvested w/ 80/20 milky/amber trich's, at 59 days from 12/12 switch.

Harvest:

All three plants were harvested at the same time by cutting the main stem and hanging upside down in the grow room. Oscillating fan kept on 24 hours for air circulation. Temps were lowered to around 55-60 degrees to delay drying time (about 6 days). Averaged 1 1/4 oz. per plant dry weight.

Curing:

Tops where put into their own jars, mids and lows put into others. As of this writing, the bud has been curing for about 2 1/2 weeks now.



Smoke Report:

Now here is my favorite part of this strain rating. The Smoke Report! Well, Im going to do this in real-time to type down what this bud does to me----*opens jar*. The smell of the jars is fantastic! Very dank, smells like good weed, just not real powerful *grabs bud, packs bowl*. When the bud breaks and crumbles into the bowl as you press down, a breeze of earthy, dank smell graces your nose. It's a beautiful thing! Trying to type with my left hand now is a little trickier due to the resin coated finger-tips *grabs lighter, tokes first hit*. Goes down nice and smooth! After exhaling, a distinct taste of hash is left on your tastebuds! Nice! *takes second toke*. Same thing, except I just coughed up a lung! Went down a little too smooth and I took a little too much smoke for my lungs to handle. Still tastes pretty damn good! After waiting for 3 minutes, I'm feeling pretty good. Not much of a creeper. I'm pretty damn high for 2 hits.


In conclusion to this strain report, I would say that this strain is a decent, good tasting, pretty potent, easy to grow, good undercover grower strain. Hermaphrodites are a pain in the rump, but can be controlled by snipping them off and carefully watching your plants and keeping stress down to a minimum, especially with light leaks during the dark portion of the 12/12 cycle. Be safe all! I'm out!


Overall Effect: Couchlock, body stone
Sex: Slightly hermaphroditic
Bloom Lighting: 260w to 400w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 1.00
Plant Height: Not Listed
Harvest Indoor: 55 to 60 days

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Report 3 of 4From NaturalBornG
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Couchlock, body stone
Odor Description: Easily disguiseable
Taste: Like a hashy dark indica should
Garden Style for This Report: Bush


VERY easy strain to grow -ideal for a first timer.
Oasis starts off as a squat broad leaved indica with very tight nodes but grows big and bushy during flowering.

These oasis were vegged for 5 weeks and flowered for 8 weeks.

The result was 2 plants standing @ 5ft 10" (far too high for the grow space).

Unfortunately cold wintertime temps stunted the growth considerably but the 2 plants still managed to yield 11oz of lovely bud (dry). From the pics you can see how purple the bud ended up. I'm not sure if this is the result of a trait, or the cold temps.

One of the plants had super tight frosty buds while the other had larger, more airy buds. Both smoke great.
The high is quite devastating and quick. More for couchlock enthusiasts.

NO hermie problems were experienced, I got pure females from the feminised seeds.

RECOMMENDED!


Overall Effect: Couchlock, body stone
Sex: Feminized (mostly female)
Bloom Lighting: 260w to 400w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 5.50
Plant Height: 5
Harvest Indoor: 60 to 65 days

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Report 4 of 4From palauhome12
Vintage: October, 2004
Effect: Couchlock, body stone
Odor Description: very spicy, almost nauseatingly so
Taste: ok
Garden Style for This Report: Tree
October, 2004

Oasis(Dutch Passion)
Type: Indica
Finishing time: October 1st(39th parallel)

Mold resistance: excellent(went through multiple 40 degree nights and 2 hurricanes, thick, heay buds and no mold at all, no insect damage either even though other plants with aphids and diseases grew right next to it and very little need to water, just an excellent guerilla plant for the northeast
Yield: very good(could have been much better given 2 more months of veg and a bigger container(5 gallons)
Size: 1 1/2 meters (could have been way bigger i guess, but for security, had a short veg. time, put out on aug1st). Very thick, sturdy stems to resist wind and aftereffects of 2 cat 4 hurricanes

Uniformity: Stable
Potency: High
Rating: very high, will definately try again next year


Overall Effect: Couchlock, body stone
Sex: Feminized (mostly female)
Bloom Lighting: Not Listed
Outdoor Harvest: Oct 1 to Oct 15

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: Not Listed
Plant Height: Not Listed
Harvest Indoor: Not Listed

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