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Guava #1 from Seeds from the Igloo

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Guava #1 from Seeds from the Igloo

The Guava #1 is a backcross line created by crossing the W1347 x LPS (Hells relief F1) back to the original mother clone W1347 (Guava) which was created by Dman. W1347 is a selected clone from some seeds Dman made and is a combination of Bluegrass seeds, WhiteMrNice and Serious Seeds AK47.
Guava #1 from Seeds from the Igloo
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'Guava #1' from Seeds from the Igloo
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The Guava #1 is a backcross line created by crossing the W1347 x LPS (Hells relief F1) back to the original mother clone W1347 (Guava) which was created by Dman. W1347 is a selected clone from some seeds Dman made and is a combination of Bluegrass seeds, WhiteMrNice and Serious Seeds AK47.
The LPS is short for "Local purple Sativa" and denotes a Sativa cultivar originating in the Northern Temperate climatic zone region of NSW Australia.
Order of crosses used in the Guava#1 creation are as follows:
(W1347) x (W1347 x LPS)
Grower Report - utopiate on July 25, 2003, 3:14 pm Guava #1 from Seeds from the Igloo rated 6.29
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Report 1 of 3From utopiate
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Nicely balanced
Odor Description: A pleasant, tropical fruit aroma
Taste: Tropical fruit, with a hint of coal tar
Garden Style for This Report: Perpetual Harvest


Guava no 1 is a fun plant to grow, though it's variety of phenotypes may not be to everyone's taste. I have grown out six females, that ranged from an Indica dom that had no stretch going into 12/12, to a LPS (god bless her) influenced pheno that may have tripled in height upon the onset of flowering. The Guava I have in the mother room leans toward the Indica and Mrs. U swears by it for period pains, I don't like it but taste is subjective.

As a plant, I found it forgiving, though it seemed to be a bellweather for flying problems that would spread, ie thrips. Not a gross feeder, though seemed to enjoy a dose of epsom salts around four weeks into flowering, and don't we all, vicar.

I have grown several Seeds from the Igloo, and would say that I knew Aussie Bush and Guava no 1 is no AB, (nor LPS come to that). But if you fancy a sort of un-dutched tropical treat that may be good for period pains, and don't have thrips in your space, this could be your holy grail.

Guava no 1 is an easy cultivar to grow, though seems to react badly to chemical over-fertilization (observation through a hydronaut friend) and is a thrip magnet (my own observation).


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

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 1.15
Plant Height: 30
Harvest Indoor: 55 to 60 days

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Report 2 of 3From utopiate
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Nicely balanced
Odor Description: A pleasant, tropical fruit aroma
Taste: Tropical fruit, with a hint of coal tar
Garden Style for This Report: Perpetual Harvest


Guava no 1 is a fun plant to grow, though it's variety of phenotypes may not be to everyone's taste. I have grown out six females, that ranged from an Indica dom that had no stretch going into 12/12, to a LPS (god bless her) influenced pheno that may have tripled in height upon the onset of flowering. The Guava I have in the mother room leans toward the Indica and Mrs. U swears by it for period pains, I don't like it but taste is subjective.

As a plant, I found it forgiving, though it seemed to be a bellweather for flying problems that would spread, ie thrips. Not a gross feeder, though seemed to enjoy a dose of epsom salts around four weeks into flowering, and don't we all, vicar.

I have grown several Seeds from the Igloo, and would say that I knew Aussie Bush and Guava no 1 is no AB, (nor LPS come to that). But if you fancy a sort of un-dutched tropical treat that may be good for period pains, and don't have thrips in your space, this could be your holy grail.

Guava no 1 is an easy cultivar to grow, though seems to react badly to chemical over-fertilization (observation through a hydronaut friend) and is a thrip magnet (my own observation).


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

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 1.15
Plant Height: 30
Harvest Indoor: 55 to 60 days

End of Strain Report
Report 3 of 3From Echo
Vintage: February, 2002
Effect: Nicely balanced
Odor Description: Sweet, fruity fragrance (ala Guava the fruit)
Taste: Tangy, fruity taste (occasionally bitter)
Garden Style for This Report: Mixed
February, 2002

I received my Guava #1 seeds via an old friend direct from the breeder. The results more than made up for the mistakes from my 1st grow.

Planted outdoors late spring, and harvested early winter (South African climate allows this) The Guava #1 shows her sex early and finishes under 60 days, outdoors.

They were grown in 20ltr pots, and performed well.

Average to high yield for their size.

I also noted that the Guava #1 doesn't like over fertalizing and I almost lost one of my girls to a heavy hand of SEAGROW. They perform best when given minimal attention.

This season I will be growing more outdoors in the soil rather than pots as I feel they will do better this way.


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

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 8.90
Plant Height: 32
Harvest Indoor: 55 to 60 days

End of Strain Report