The most beautiful outdoor variety we have ever encountered. A Super Skunk female x Purple Star male, seen after 3 years of selecting clones. Although we produced many Skunk/Purple hybrids in the past 20 years, we have never seen anything coming close to this hybrid. Light purple coulour.(50% Indica, 50% Sativa). Very high yielder, very good stem to leave ratio (only little leaves). Not susceptible to mold. Absolute premium quality outdoor strain. A must for the outdoor grower.
On 13-08-2018 at 13:35u Eddy wrote: Sark, 13th August. Some customers remove fan leaves, others would never dream of it! For an outdoor grow , so long as there is a reasonable breeze in your location, removing fan laves may not make too much difference. Sometimes snapping off the fan leaves can create enough damage for mold to establish of the stem. So maybe safer to leave her to grow naturally. And well done with the grow, usually she is ready to harvest in the first half of October, good luck with the weather!
On 13-08-2018 at 11:16u Sark wrote: Demon so far so large! Over 6ft now think ive got 4 purple pheno and 1 green pheno, 2nd week into flower one question eddy, should I take any fan leaves off? I'm just worried about any mold, I've used neem oil to protect them, I'm about to stop as the buds are on route :). I can say it's excellent stuff, I'm using bat guano, insect frass (charge), fish and blood, bonemeal and about to add seaweed kelp I cut large holes in 50lte tubs just like on the post that was put up and half sunk them in the ground. Any advice would be good? Thinking of doing these again next year and five passion #1 if I dont go to tenerife where I can do it all within the law. Peace
On 23-09-2017 at 15:51u Ashley wrote: almost ready to harvest, and OMG is this a beauty. i have the green phenotype, slightly disappointed because i really wanted purple flowers but what are you gonna do!
we had the RAINY-EST spring/summer i can remember, like 4 months of nonstop rain - my other plant (from another seedbank) did not enjoy it (although its making a nice recovery but nowhere near this plant!) - this one however was thriving!
i live in a temperate rainforest in the US, close to the northern border. started indoors in a greenhouse setting in early april, put them outside in mid june (we have frost risk until memorial day). harvesting any day now, very excited to see the results. i will DEFINITELY be buying more seeds from dutch passion again for next years grow and years to come im sure.
very impressed. my friends (all experienced growers) are also very impressed especially since this is my first grow and my plant looks straight out of high times! cant wait to smoke it :)
On 03-06-2017 at 17:35u Hollandsgroen wrote: Great strain! Still smoking/vaping on last years stash. She does very good in the northern climate, she's not bothered too much by the elements, insects or fungus outdoors, but if you really want to see results grow her in a greenhouse and keep humidity down. She rewarded me with these beautiful rockhard purple buds, the yield was outstanding.
The smell is out of this world, unlike anything else I've smelled. It smells sweet and fruity but spicy at the same time. The fruity smell reminds me most of berries while the spicy side is a bit peppery like a mix between red pepper (like the paprika) and black pepper. Slight differences in smell was noticed from pheno to pheno, some being sweeter and some being more spicy.
On 24-07-2016 at 15:10u Mr indica wrote: Please make a fast version (earlier)of the Frisian dew green pheno, from us at UK420
On 12-03-2016 at 17:25u Eddy - Dutch Passion wrote: James, 12th March
Have a think about AutoMazar, AutoFrisian Dew, AutoEuforia. But any of them should grow well in the long summer sunlight. Optimum approach is to start them indoors for the first 2 weeks, planting out after the last frost - perhaps early June depending on the weather.
On 11-03-2016 at 20:45u James wrote: What's the best auto for lat 55 and best yielding strain thanks
On 09-03-2016 at 11:17u Eddy - Dutch Passion wrote: James, 9th March 2016.
Getting any photoperiod variety to finish at 55 lat is a challenge. Normally Frisian Dew is ready to harvest sometime around the first week of October. Sometimes before, sometimes after. If you weather will not support that then the two options are a greenhouse grow, or an AutoFem grow. Auto's are often ready in August and the best of the modern autos are well worth considering
On 09-03-2016 at 01:09u James wrote: How well will this plant do in Scotland at latitude 55 can you tell me the best way to grow it thanks
On 24-12-2013 at 03:23u Rattlesnake wrote: Dear friends at DP: could you breed a Frisian Dew strain with only the green/ white pheno? That is the absolute bomb or outdoor in northern europe!
On 24-12-2013 at 03:21u Rattlesnake wrote: Daniel Gomez: Frisian Dew ist a phantastic outdoor strain but not so good in tropical climates. It is better in the cold.
On 26-04-2013 at 21:02u David wrote: I got two phenos. Both of them were good, but one was much better. The small one. Long branches, full of hard buds - donkey dicks. Harvest - first week of october. Very pleasant hugh, my favourite. Definitely grow again!
On 21-04-2012 at 20:37u OTFG wrote: awesome outdoor plant! purple pheno stinks of lavender, and the green pheno just stinks. green pheno is a stronger stone by quite a bit
On 21-04-2012 at 20:36u OTFG wrote: awesome outdoor plant! purple pheno stinks of lavender, and the green pheno just stinks. green pheno is a stronger stone by quite a bit
On 10-04-2012 at 20:55u TheDocTor wrote: Hi Bruno,
This plant needs from spring to fall, usually it finishes around late-september. This plant is only for outdoor and loves lots of sun, but does very well in northern europe also.
On 30-03-2012 at 17:29u Stevie 'the skunk' Smith wrote: Top strain. Been growing this outdoors in the UK for years. This is a bullet proof outdoor strain that yields well and even performs in poor conditions. Very nice potent smoke. The only outdoor variety you will ever need. Good work Dutch Passion, your Frisian Dew has kept my outdoor plot delivering year after year. Love it !
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