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Guerilla fume seeds

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Here’s a flower shot of Guerrilla Fume’ at 49 days. Very robust plant with a structure and leaf pattern resembling an old Afghan. Smells are way more complex with a sweet/chem like household cleaner smell on top of a slight Afghan musk stink. Looking like it could be a winner.

HydroOrganicFla
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Here’s a flower shot of Guerrilla Fume’ at 49 days. Very robust plant with a structure and leaf pattern resembling an old Afghan. Smells are way more complex with a sweet/chem like household cleaner smell on top of a slight Afghan musk stink. Looking like it could be a winner.

Oh man, she is looking picture perfect!! That’s it, I’m going to soak some of my Guerrilla Fume seeds right now, I’ll make room.

That looks incredible! Please keep updating us, I love to see these!

Kndreyn
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I just ordered a pack of the Gorilla Fume’. Had a hard time deciding between that and Dog Patch. I wanted to get both, but he had a Vietnamese Black that I wanted too, so I ordered those along with the Gorilla Fume’.

Kndreyn
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Here’s a flower shot of Guerrilla Fume’ at 49 days. Very robust plant with a structure and leaf pattern resembling an old Afghan. Smells are way more complex with a sweet/chem like household cleaner smell on top of a slight Afghan musk stink. Looking like it could be a winner.
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The Mantis
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Yes I have. It’s a great plant and I’ve had 3 different females so far and all are very similar in taste and strength. I agree with everything the breeder claims about this cross. You’ll enjoy this one for sure and should be able to get at least 1 keeper per pack, if not 2-3. First run for us was just to test. We’re growing one outside this year to see how she does. Probably run them at least 2-4 more times to pick the favorite. When it’s hard to find the favorite, it’s a good thing

Kndreyn
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Yes I have. It’s a great plant and I’ve had 3 different females so far and all are very similar in taste and strength. I agree with everything the breeder claims about this cross. You’ll enjoy this one for sure and should be able to get at least 1 keeper per pack, if not 2-3. First run for us was just to test. We’re growing one outside this year to see how she does. Probably run them at least 2-4 more times to pick the favorite. When it’s hard to find the favorite, it’s a good thing

I can’t remember where I read it, but I saw a post by someone who said some of the seedlings were kind of “wonky”. Did you see any abnormalities with any of yours? I’m going to search around and see if I can find the post.

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The Mantis
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I can’t remember where I read it, but I saw a post by someone who said some of the seedlings were kind of “wonky”. Did you see any abnormalities with any of yours? I’m going to search around and see if I can find the post.

I just looked back in my notes and did have a few comments about them being wonky and that most of them had trouble with the cotyledons opening. 9/13 hatched. 7 are still with us today with 3 females sexed/tested and 2 males culled. 4 still unsexed.

The 3 females are all doing great now so it could have been an environmental issue with them too or maybe they’re just fragile youngsters.

Kndreyn
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I just looked back in my notes and did have a few comments about them being wonky and that most of them had trouble with the cotyledons opening. 9/13 hatched. 7 are still with us today with 3 females sexed/tested and 2 males culled. 4 still unsexed.

The 3 females are all doing great now so it could have been an environmental issue with them too or maybe they’re just fragile youngsters.

It will be a couple of months before I can start mine. I’ll let you know how they do when I germ them. Thanks for the updates!

Omkarananda
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Kndreyn
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I really debated on which to order, the Guerrilla Fume’ or the Dog Patch. I saw a post somewhere that said SkunkVa thought the GF is the closest he’s made to the original SkunkVa so I went with those. I’m sure I’ll end up with the Dog Patch as well haha.

Omkarananda
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I really debated on which to order, the Guerrilla Fume’ or the Dog Patch. I saw a post somewhere that said SkunkVa thought the GF is the closest he’s made to the original SkunkVa so I went with those. I’m sure I’ll end up with the Dog Patch as well haha.

Ha! Yeah I read that! Now we get to both see how each other’s turn out. That’s one of the main things I like about the forum. I also want to try the GF and there’s another one too that’s sold out everywhere I looked (something kush?) so it’s nice to get to see if it’s my taste or not. This is my first time growing Lucky Dog seeds but I’m sure they gonna be fire! I listened to the potcast with him and he’s a good guy and someone I’d be friends with. I think it’s awesome how these guys kept the cuts alive everything. I’m glad that they are making seeds for us to grow too. I’d much rather give my money to the little guys who really care about the plant and about other people, than to a big, corporate type company. Off my soap box! Well I hope your seeds and plants grow healthy, and everyone else’s too!

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Guerilla Fume

Here you can find all info about Guerilla Fume from Lucky Dog Seed Co. If you are searching for information about Guerilla Fume from Lucky Dog Seed Co, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Guerilla Fume is an indica/sativa variety from Lucky Dog and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . Lucky Dogs Guerilla Fume is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Lucky Dogs Guerilla Fume Description

The mother in this cross is the Silver Chem. She’s a bulky Chemdog91 and Silverback OG Kush cross (Silverback OG x reversed Chemdog91). Produces heavy thick buds that range from gassy to scorched earth.

Pool: Silver Chem x Chemdog91 Bx3

Silver Chem: Silverback OG x Chemdog 91 Reversal

Guerilla Fume Gallery

Here you see the latest Guerilla Fume photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we’ve collected 10 pictures from Lucky Dogs Guerilla Fume, check out our Guerilla Fume gallery to view them all.

Guerilla Fume

The mother in this cross is the Silver Chem. She’s a bulky Chemdog 91 and Silverback OG Kush cross (Silverback OG x reversed Chemdog 91). Produces heavy thick buds that range from gassy to scorched earth.

-Skunk VA, Lucky Dog Seed Co

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