Seed and Strain Reviews
Does anybody have the real Kyle Kushman Strawberry Cough? in the
The Grow Room forums; NO. I didnt find the coffin cut. You can only get it from a clone not from seed. It didnt ...
NO. I didnt find the coffin cut. You can only get it from a clone not from seed. It didnt not come from Holy Smokes. It's KKSC X Diesel.
sorry i read wrong! too high lol
Kyle sold the strawberry cough clone to Dutch passion in '05.
Originally Posted by bluntmassa1
Wrong, it was acquired as a clone. The first story was right. It was a spindly, slow growing clone that Kyle kept in the back of his room when he acquired a grip of new genes from an old school grower. He thought it was gonna be a tosser, but then he got around to flowering it out and it turned out to be very special. It is strawberry fields x haze.
Originally Posted by racerboy71
hahahahha ^^^^^^^^^^^^ he said the same thing you did
No, he said Kyle got it in seed form, which he did not.
Originally Posted by colonuggs
the end result is the same .....It is strawberry fields x haze ....... you both came up with the same genetic makeup
Originally Posted by Rare D MI
Last edited by colonuggs; 11-24-2012 at 02:04 PM.
not trying to be a dick, but i was right, it was seeds, not clones...
Texas Kid: Strawberry Fields is a 100% indica strain that originated in vermont. around 7 weeks flowering time. Breed for the taste and smell of strawberries, and to be able to finish before the first snow fall in Vermont. High yielder. from what I understand, the strain was given it's name because the breeder grew it for many years in with his strawberry plants, and claimed that the original scent of strawberries was intensified because of the way he grew the plants together. nevertheless, if his theories were correct or not, the worked plants in his field had developed a scent and smell that matched his freshest strawberries to a tee. But the high was not ideal for his prefrences(needed to be more cerebral). He took an outstanding pure haze male and crossed it with his best female flowering in his fields. These are essentially strawberry cough seeds, but not the clone that's going around. The SC pheno clone was found in sorting through dozens of these seeds that were given to kyle kushman. the SC clone yields very heavily from it's mother strawberry fields(which I was told the real deal is now extinct). Expect a minimun of five to six ounces per sc plant, and the real deal finish around 7.5 - 9 weeks depending on what you look at to harvest. each branch must be supported with at least one stalk, or the weight of the buds will cause your limbs and buds to hang on the ground.
Originally Posted by timeismoney1
Who is Texas kid and why is his story relevant? Okay, I thought I stated this before, I've said it so much I guess I assume I lead with it every time. My crew's clone came directly from Kyle, a couple of older team members were friends with Kyle when he lived in Detroit for a couple of years on his way out west. Check high times issues from '97-'98. You'll see pics of strawberry cough gardens with captions saying they're in Detroit. The story of it being a clone is the story from kyle's mouth, it's the story that I got from an old friend on overgrow who got his cut from Danny danko cultivation editor of high times, the magazine that Kyle has been a contributor to for 20 years.
Kyle sorting through the seeds sure makes the story look better, but it was a clone he got that was a sleeper. Didn't look like it would do much till bloom.
Did you really cut and paste that from a page that has a conflicting story directly under it? And it's from someone people have heard of that wrote for high times... http://en.seedfinder.eu/strain-info/..._Only_Strains/
Nebu: regarding the Strawberry Cough heritage, Strawberry Fields x Haze as I was told. Though Kyle (with whom I worked @ HighTimes and who provided the clone & details to me) had said it was a lonely (& lowly, he thought at first) clone, not seeds
, which he received. He did not expect much (the 'breeder' had a very small, humble environment) and accepted the clone only to be polite ~ upon arriving home after a fairly long drive he opened the box where he had placed the clones and was suprised to catch the strong aroma of strawberries. At that moment he thought that it just might be something special. (which it really is!)