Frisian Dew

Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by davesnothere872, Feb 17, 2010.


    davesnothere872 Member

    Managed to get my hands on some Frisian Dew nugs, that a grower friend of mine brought back from his trip out to Cali. I am blazed off of it right now as I type, and the shit is incredibly dank, and I dare say even one of the dankest strains I have ever smoked, even surpassing Pineapple Express and GDP. Now I am hooked, and wanna order some seeds.

    Has anyone here had experience with growing this strain indoors? How many weeks did it take to fully mature? What was the average yield like from this strain? Any info you guys can give me on this strain will be greatly appreciated.

    davesnothere872 Member

    Is There Anybody Out There?...:bigjoint:

    mochadog70 Active Member

    I want to hear about this growing indoors. There's a few threads that I found, but haven't seen any specs yet.

    sodalite Active Member

    in my expierience when dealing with dutch passion add two weeks to whatever they say their plants will be done by outdoors. it may be just the differant climates im in the us they are in holland but they never finich when they say they are going to.

    ylem Active Member

    duuude i am currently about to help harvest a 6.5 foot frisian dew outdoor planted mid march this year. its looking like at least a 1 pound christmas tree with a 4 person trimming team working for possibly 1 or 2 hours cutting and trimming.
    bottom line - complete outdoor strain - there is literally no point in growing it indoors since it responds so well to sunlight and physical stress (wind/heat etc... we had a bruuutal summer) and i would highly recommend it as a medicinal strain. we tested a couple buds a week and a half ago and i was quite happy. im swayed. im growing a few of my own next year :D

    TheLastWood Well-Known Member

    Yeah literally no point in growing it indoors unless you can't have a 6 1/2 pot plant in your backyard.

    wil2279 Active Member

    I am growing a few Frisian dew outside this year, I am also growing about 6 other strains... I have to say that I am quite pleased with the Frisian dew and it will likely be the mainstay in next years crop. Looks like it is going to yeild well and is finishing up early in September! I hope it smokes as good as it looks!

    Skunk>1 Member

    When do you plan on cutting her down I have the same strain and she has been flowering since early july it's been close to 53 days want to keep her up for 6 more days but were getting rain for 4 of those six days nervous to cut her if she is not quite ready but don't want her to get bud mold she she is almost 3ft what do you think?

    grokillaz Active Member

    You should be good, I heard the strain is very mold resistant some even say unmoldable.

    wil2279 Active Member

    This strain will mold... Right now I have 2 phenos... As green one and a purple one. From what I can see, the purple pheno seems to be more mold resistant than the green pheno.

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    georgio838 Well-Known Member

    trust the dutch passion to just release feminised FD...dammm

    Sp@rT@ku$h Member

    I've actually seen those genetics (feminized) available before. They've been available for at least a year, to my knowledge. Go check out and search... you might find something you like.:bigjoint:
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    yesum Well-Known Member

    This is a outdoor mold resistant strain. I grow indoors in a dry climate. Is there anything compelling about the buzz from this to make someone want to grow at least 1 to check it out?

    I like a mellow type feeling without being overwhelmed or feeling out of control. Neither racy or couchlocked.

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    georgio838 Well-Known Member

    im sorry, my msg must not be clear...i was going 'dammm' cos they only have feminised seeds, i would like to get regulars & cross it out

    Sp@rT@ku$h Member

    Oooh. Lol. I understand how you feel. I'm dying to get a Jack Herer male from Sannies for the same purpose. :weed:
    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member

    "Friends" have grown a few outside and it was a decent producer, probably 6-8 ounces guerilla style in the bush. It's not killer weed, but will get you stoned. Some problems with seed germination have been observed, which may have been old seed stock.

    It has potential to get bigger and produce more outside, if given all the right opportunity. If you're growing outside, it's worth considering, if inside, you can find better.
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    Sp@rT@ku$h Member

    Well, the Dutch are known for breeding slighlty less potent cannabis than American breeders, but that's just because of the more relaxed (legal) atmosphere and attitude towards it. Studies there have shown that, given steady access and stable supply, people generally tend to gravitate towards less potent strains. I think there was an article in High Times a while back about that subject.
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