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Skywalker from Dutch Passion

Blueberry (1st prize HTCC 2000, 3rd prize HTCC 2001) and Mazar (2nd prize HTCC 1999, 2nd price High Life Cup 2002) are the two unbeatable Indicas in our seed collection. Skywalker is a hybrid product of a Mazar female and a Blueberry male. The intention was to create one of the best Indicas in the world. The special Blueberry taste and aroma are combined in this hybrid with the vigor and yield of Mazar. Blueberry characteristics such as “curling leaves", slow initial growth, and bluish hues have disappeared in this hybrid, while taste, aroma (fruity and fresh), and the quality of the “high" are retained. Grown from clones at “Sea of Green", these seeds will yield about 400 gr./m2 under optimum conditions.
Skywalker from Dutch Passion
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'Skywalker' from Dutch Passion
- 'Skywalker'
Blueberry (1st prize HTCC 2000, 3rd prize HTCC 2001) and Mazar (2nd prize HTCC 1999, 2nd price High Life Cup 2002) are the two unbeatable Indicas in our seed collection. Skywalker is a hybrid product of a Mazar female and a Blueberry male. The intention was to create one of the best Indicas in the world. The special Blueberry taste and aroma are combined in this hybrid with the vigor and yield of Mazar. Blueberry characteristics such as “curling leaves", slow initial growth, and bluish hues have disappeared in this hybrid, while taste, aroma (fruity and fresh), and the quality of the “high" are retained. Grown from clones at “Sea of Green", these seeds will yield about 400 gr./m2 under optimum conditions.
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Grower Report - ontheEdge on September 2, 2003, 7:34 pm Skywalker from Dutch Passion rated 7.71


Report 1 of 5From ontheEdge
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Somewhat couchlock
Odor Description: Ripe fruit w/ very skunky overtone
Taste: Fresh and fruity
Garden Style for This Report: Mixed


I grew Skywalker from seed in an organic soiless mix. Very uniform and vigorous growth from all plants. Very dense and bushy with many branches. Some leaf blades were as wide as my hand. Flowering brought some variations. I had an exact 50/50 ratio of males to females but one female grew one or two small pollen sacs. Nothing that couldn't be clipped off.

Buds grew very dense and tight with extreme amounts of resin. Lots of tall standing trichomes. These plants produced some outstanding bud. It tastes very fresh and fruity and smells great. Very stinky. The high comes on strong and fast with a mind-numbing and spacey effects. Not as couch-lock as others I have tried but very comfortable and relaxing. This hybrid is my favorite overall so far. Unbeatable by many!


Overall Effect: Somewhat couchlock
Sex: Standard (M/F)
Bloom Lighting: 410w to 1000w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 1.00
Plant Height: 36
Harvest Indoor: 60 to 65 days

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Report 2 of 5From
Vintage: June, 2003
Effect: Somewhat couchlock
Odor Description: Very earthy, with a hint of fruit.
Taste: Mellow, smooth.. fruity.
Garden Style for This Report: Bush
June, 2003

Skywalker is a Dutch Passion strain derived from crossing one of the most potent Sativa/Indica hybrids I have ever smoked (Mazar), and the tastiest Indica I have ever smoked (Blueberry). The seeds came direct from the "Seeds of Passion" on the Utrechtstraat in A'dam.

First, and foremost: I would suggest that new growers do not attempt to start on these genetics.. The plant went "hermie," or hermaphroditic around 40 days of flowering. I was forced to pick pollen sacs out of the buds on a regular basis until I harvested it 26 days later. This created a small number of seeds, however I was shooting for sensimillia. My inexperience, combined with the misfortune of a hermaphrodite, led to a smaller yeild than this plant will produce under ideal circumstances. An experienced grower could easily double my yield of 83 grams/plant!

Due to Skywalker's mostly indica heritage, height won't be a problem for most growers. But this strain, with the proper topping/FIMing/Training, is an ideal one for microgrowers!

As you can see in the photos, I had trained the plant using LST. (Low Stress Training, or tying it down.) I had minimal vertical space, and didn't want a plant that grew too tall. To assist in this, I topped the plant around 20 days into the vegetative cycle at the 4th node, to allow for her "arms" to reach the same height as the main-stem cola. As you can see, it worked wonders.

Unlike most growers I used Compact Fluorescent (CF) lighting, as opposed to HID (MH/HPS). Many growers will tell you that CF's are far less effective than HID's, however this grower was concerned my about the stealth/security of the grow rather than the efficiency. Even so, the plant thickened up quite nicely, producing nice round buds. The largest was seven inches tall and 4 inches wide (about 21 grams).

As the plant matured, it produced white pistils that would change colors to variable pink and purplish hues. Even further along, they turned a dark red-orange. I must say, this is the "hairiest" cannabis I have ever seen! In addition to that, this plant carries a great potential for creating "bag-appeal" from cold temperatures. Near the cool-air intake, the leaves and stems turned purple. Cold nighttime temperatures late in flowering would definitely enhance the beauty of this already gorgeous strain!

The odor was almost non-existent, in the traditionally skunky-sense. No smell during the vegetative cycle unless you rubbed the leaves. In flowering, it had more of a pungent, earthy odor that was easily taken care of with proper carbon filtration of the exhaust.

I harvested this plant using a 100x loupe microscope to view the trichome colors. 10% amber, 70% cloudy, 20% almost clear. This harvest timing allows for a very heady high that settles into a solid couch-lock feeling over time. It works great for muscle pain and migraines, while allowing you to have a high thought count at the same time! I could sum it all up in one sentence: Perfect for the med-user that still wants the feeling of a high-quality sativa high. The taste of the smoke is just like the smell, earthy, but it finishes with a fruity/solventy aftertaste. A seasoned smoker could easily make a Friday night feel like a Saturday morning with a few tokes of these buds! (If you catch my drift.)

"My back pain feels better, I'm hungry, I wonder how many people have farted while I was talking to them?" - A sentence uttered by me about 15 minutes after toking my first sample.

All in all, a very beautiful, temper mental strain. A VERY potent and balanced high. I suggest this strain to anyone and everyone with a bit of experience growing under their belt!


Overall Effect: Somewhat couchlock
Sex: Slightly hermaphroditic
Bloom Lighting: 20w to 250w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 3.00
Plant Height: 48
Harvest Indoor: 65 to 70 days

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Report 3 of 5From Ghetto_Child
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Somewhat couchlock
Odor Description: Lemon Cleaner & Cotton Candy
Taste: Lemons & Coke a cola
Garden Style for This Report: Perpetual Harvest


OK I've Been Growing Skywalker Since November and Been Smoking it Sinse January and the thing that I like about Skywalker is I still get fucking Stoned off of 3 or 4 hits even after smoking it for 6 months now and I'd Say I have a Really high tolerence.

I Mainly Grew 2 Phenos of Skywalker the lemon pheno (my favorite) and the coke a cola pheno

First the lemon pheno this one finishes a little earlier about 63 days this one isn't as frosty as the other pheno but the high is cool. Its hakuna matata you dont care about shit and nothing can make you mad its great for work or anything.

Next the Coke Pheno this one takes 70 days at least,but well worth the wait its way frosty and 3 hits is enough to make you pass out this is definetly end of the day weed. I dont like this pheno as much because it makes you so hungry even if you just ate if you smoke a bowl of this you gotta eat again.

I think skywalker is under-rated this is some of the best weed I have ever smoked/grew.


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

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 1.25
Plant Height: Not Listed
Harvest Indoor: 65 to 70 days

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Report 4 of 5From lotusawakeni
Vintage: October, 2004
Effect: Somewhat couchlock
Odor Description: sweet skunky
Taste: varies...very yummy..citrus cola?
Garden Style for This Report: Bush
October, 2004

I am so impressed by this plant...my report is fashioned off my experience with this wonderful strain so far, and tasting/watching my friend's ,whom I was given this wondrful lady through, finished product...we all luv it... they tried CB-4, Green Spirit, and Skywalker..they had SAGE but killed it ;( and out of all of them they only held onto the SKYWALKER...i luv this stuff.... it jumped right into flowering...very little lag time...this is a premo stain... I must add in that I was lucky to have recieved cuttings from the best of the 8/10 that were female...i am blessed .. thank you JAH!!!


Overall Effect: Somewhat couchlock
Sex: Standard (M/F)
Bloom Lighting: 2100w to 5000w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: Not Listed
Plant Height: 24
Harvest Indoor: 55 to 60 days

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Report 5 of 5From Katter281
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Somewhat couchlock
Odor Description: Citrus galore
Taste:
Garden Style for This Report: Screen of Green SCROG


Let me just begin by saying that *nothing* this strain provided could justify the price tag. That isn't to say that the results weren't good, but anyone looking for 'the best bud' should look elsewhere.

I germinated four seeds (all popped after 48 hours or so under moist paper towels) and vegged for about 3.5 weeks. The idea was to keep the girls small because of environmental reasons. Initial growth was very disappointing.

Once they started flowering, they began sucking up the nutes and blossomed with vigor. By about day 30-ish, two of the plants began changing colors. The leaves looked like they were developing necrotic patches, but the leaves stayed soft and moist, and still exhibited healthy traits. By week six, I was welcomed with yellows, purples, and reds. The best way to describe it is like a tree changing colors during the fall season. It really was a treat to watch. I harvested the girls a tad early. Trichromes were mixed cloudy and clear about 50/50. Unfortunately, all the girls developed seeds at about week 5.

As far as the smoke goes, it lives up to its reputation as far as taste goes. The high is only slightly better than my last bag seed grow. I was looking for some wonder-pot that would knock my unsuspecting friends on their asses, but I just ended up with some good smoke. Surely not $150 dollar seed smoke though!

The high is very much a body-stone. Three or four hits will have you nicely high, and it'll last about an hour until you start coming back down from it. Also, plan on having munchies around as this stuff will get you eating.


Overall Effect: Somewhat couchlock
Sex: Slightly hermaphroditic
Bloom Lighting: 410w to 1000w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 1.50
Plant Height: 10
Harvest Indoor: 55 to 60 days

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