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Orange Bud from Dutch Passion

A 100% Skunk selection, grows with thick hard buds and orange pistils. A very appreciated variety.A 100% Skunk selection, grows with thick hard buds and orange pistils. A very appreciated variety.
THC = 16.5%, CBD 0.3%
Orange Bud from Dutch Passion
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'Orange Bud' from Dutch Passion
- 'Orange Bud'
A 100% Skunk selection, grows with thick hard buds and orange pistils. A very appreciated variety.
THC = 16.5%, CBD 0.3%
Grower Report - R00tH4x0r on August 20, 2003, 5:19 pm [ VIEW FULL GROWER REPORT ]


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Effect: Nicely balanced
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Overall Effect: Nicely balanced
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Report 2 of 5From cannad
Vintage: February, 003
Effect: Nicely balanced
Odor Description: Pine/dry Skunk smell
Taste: Dry Skunk with a citrus hint
Garden Style for This Report: Vertical
February, 003

I started 5 beans out of a bag of Orange Bud "regular" (m/f) seeds.
Four of them where males and one died early so I had to start the remaining 5. One seed did not sprout but 4 did it. Vegged for 35 days, first week under 72 watt fluoro light, then under a 400 watt Grolux wich was used also for the flowering stage.Vegged until 14" (35 cm) then switched to 12/12, they stretched a lot, finishing to be (even tied down a bit...) over 1.2 meters tall each (50" and over...).
I was not very happy with those seeds: I also had a bag of "Skunk #1" with them who revealed fatal genetic problems,probably just an unlucky stock as all the Orange Bud females showed hermie bananas...

After 2 week the plants showed the sex: 3 females on 4 plants and all doin' good. I was very impressed about the growth vigour the plants shown till that moment, very fast growing, bushy and sane looking plants. At the 4th week of flowering I started to notice male bananas on all the 3 female left... 2 of them were chopped after 38 days of flowering due to too many bananas, the other one had bananas-cuttings every day till day 56 of flowering then was chopped. Anyway I found 8-10 seeds in the buds...
Two of the plants were grown in soil (Plagron mix), Canna ferts (Terra Vega + Flores + ph 13-14), pH of the solutions was 6.5.
One was grown in Canna Coco, with Canna a+b for ferts,Cannazym, pk 13-14 and a ph of 6.0 in vegetative stage and 5.75-5.80 during flowering from the 2nd week of 12/12.
I had only 1 "pheno": the hermie big stretcher pheno, but the plant that flowered for 56 days was good both in resin production and in potency, with a dry skunk/pine smell that revealed some citrus orange backgrounds when cured (15-20 days). Although I had only hermies I can tell you that the one I smoked was really potent. If you are lucky enough to find a good resiner pheno with no hermie traits you should keep it as a mother... I don't like hermies much so I think I won't grow those beans again, also because some friends of mine reported hermie problems.
The grow the plants were grown in also was used for a couple of batch of other seeds (Nirvana& Sensi), about 4 other strains and none of the females flowered (same medium/grow/ferts..everything...) has shown hermie traits... This makes me presume those traits were in the genetics (parents) of the seeds...


Overall Effect: Nicely balanced
Sex: Slightly hermaphroditic
Bloom Lighting: 260w to 400w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 1.00
Plant Height: 75
Harvest Indoor: 55 to 60 days

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Report 3 of 5From BROWNTOWN
Vintage: February, 004
Effect: Nicely balanced
Odor Description: some fruit ,some catpiss
Taste: strong
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February, 004

Slow start but really took off.

Pretty uniform appearence.

Flowering times varied quite abit.

Susecptable to mold.

Nice yield,smell,taste,and appearence.


Overall Effect: Nicely balanced
Sex: Feminized (mostly female)
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Outdoor Harvest: Sep 15 to Sep 30

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Harvest Indoor: Not Listed

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Report 4 of 5From Jack Herrer
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Nicely balanced
Odor Description: clean
Taste: sweet
Garden Style for This Report: Not Listed


100% germ rate.
100% females from femmed seeds. No hermies. Pack of 10, grew 5. Indoor, in an extra bathroom, with a 400 watt son-argo for vegging, and a 400 watt HPS for flowering.

Used Janecombix Coco from B'cuzz. The plants withstood warm temps rather well. the bathroom saw 80-90 quite often being in the summer.

Used 3-part Hydro nutes from Gen. Hydroponics Europe. The plants grew at an astonishing rate. I feel after 1 month of vegging from seed was too long.

They all were rootbound in 7 litre pots within the 1 month of vegging. Topping or fimming is a very good idea. Due to excelerated growth, some "hypergrowth" appeared giving a false impression of 2 becomming hermies but they didn't, so no seeds at all.

The taste is good, appearence great, but the high could be better because I flowered too long. Depending, I would not let them flower more than 65 days.


Overall Effect: Nicely balanced
Sex: Feminized (mostly female)
Bloom Lighting: 260w to 400w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 6.50
Plant Height: 60
Harvest Indoor: 30 to 35 days

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Report 5 of 5From MynameStitch
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Nicely balanced
Odor Description: Only flowered one, but definatly need a scruber!
Taste: citrus like
Garden Style for This Report: Mixed


I started off by having 4 seeds, I had terrible time germinating them from my bad water. I then switched over to RO water and used 4 more seeds and all but 1 germinated.

Got 1 female out of 3 seeds.
Was a very fast growing plant, needed little care, but if stressed will hermie.
In vegtative growth they grow very tall, I toped after 3 weeks and became a very tall bushy plant. Very easy to grow, this is a great strain if you want to grow SCROG. I did not SCROG but i trained and pruned her to have an even canopy without a screen.

After 3 weeks I toped and then the last week of veg,(veg time 6 weeks) I took string and tied it to the 4 biggest branches and pulled them down for a bit to allow the light to penstrate the inner canopy, thus allowing the middle to catch up for a even canopy.

I kept strings on till harvest which, Which I really did not want to do as the longer they are tied in place, the more the plant depends and will not hold its own weight up.
the result was a very nice even canopy.
I had to move while flowering so moving her around and retying her kinda stressed her out towards the end and the result was only 3 seeds.
If you want a great scrog strain with easy to grow and dont require a high amount of nutrients, this strain is definatly for you!
BUT, this strain will hermie if stressed to much, not a strain for new growers.
I got 3 1/2 oz from her under 400 watt HPS. Odor level was very skunky and mixed with skunk and citrus smell. You definatly need odor reducing if you are going to grow this strain, and I only had 1 growing.

The only problem is get cotton mouth kinda bad. :eek: That is the only complaint I have about the smoke.

I have no complaints about the growing of this strain other than it hermies easy.

Medical growers will like this strain as it helps ease body pain and nausa.
The smoke was very smooth and easy on the lungs. I did not even cure it yet, just waited till it was dry enough to smoke to test it out!
The buds did shrink about 50%, has alot of shrinkage in this strain, but overall ,this is my 3rd strain grown and so far my best.... but I have bogs bogglegum coming up next :)


Overall Effect: Nicely balanced
Sex: Standard (M/F)
Bloom Lighting: 260w to 400w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 3.00
Plant Height: 60
Harvest Indoor: 50 to 55 days

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