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#1 Guest_magic_*

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Posted 12 February 2005 - 08:58 PM

Does anyone have any familiarity with Burma Strain.... Im curious as to how easy they are to raise and the best methods to use.

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#2 fender

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Posted 12 February 2005 - 10:28 PM

Does well
it's a cubie, so pf cake, whole grain, or spawn to sraw, compost, or manure.
they do produce rather tall-skinny fruit on grain.
On manure, straw, or compost they tend to grow very tall, but they have a tendancy to 'fall over' and grow horizontally.
it's one of the many tested strains I have kept, as like it.
Very fast recovery between flushes.

#3 Guest_taoist_*

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Posted 12 February 2005 - 10:35 PM

I have been doing work with it for a little over a half year on corn and PF; pretty standard cubie as far as growth is concerned - none really differ that much. As far as look, like fender said, tall and skinny, spindily if you will, getting really thin near the cap when it's open. A very stereotypical-looking cubensis from southeast Asia. Tripping on them wet is like any other, dry I get a wierd twisted and skewered feeling, but it oculd just all be in my head. "A cubie is a cubie" as you shall hear, I'm sure. Opinions vary.

#4 ralphster44

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Posted 14 February 2005 - 02:23 PM

Good strain..spore producer and fruiter as well.


#5 Guest_owen_*

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Posted 15 February 2005 - 03:32 AM

im getting some in the post soon, heard all good things....i am keen on the theory that S/E asia produces the strongest mushies




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