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Burmese (Pure) Seeds from Reeferman Seeds

  Grower reports: 3  Viewed: 71,268 times  Rated by 3 users: 7.71/10
'Burmese (Pure)' from Reeferman Seeds
LineageNot Listed
FamilyUnknown or mixed family
OriginNot Listed
GenotypeNot Listed
Indoor Maturation60 to 65 days
Outdoor MaturationOct 1 to Oct 15
Sex PossibilitiesStandard (M/F)
StatureNot Listed
YieldNot Listed
Odor LevelNot Listed
Odor DescriptionNot Listed
Taste LevelNot Listed
Taste DescriptionNot Listed

  Breeder's Description - 'Burmese (Pure)'
A highland cultivated landrace from Burma. True Breeding.

  Grower Report - Orchidman on November 17, 2004, 6:25 am  

Overall Rating8  EffectNot Listed
Potency9  StatureSomewhat short and squat

This is one of the easiest pure Sativas that I have come across. It grows short and branchy with 1 Ĺ inch maximum internode lengths. The nice part is that it doesn't seem to like a lot of light and burns in normal light. It has huge lush leaves but not all Sativas have narrow leaves. The leaves ...continued

  Grower Report - WannaBeBreeder on March 15, 2005, 1:11 am  

Overall Rating7  EffectSomewhat heady
Potency8  StatureSomewhat short and squat

I gotta say this is the ideal indoor sativa. I flowered at 12" and in finished at 32". I saw some variations in height but nothing outrageous.
It finished in 9 wks. Mostly cloudy trich with a few clear and amber.
She smells lovely when pinched. Sweet pine and fuel. Mmmm.:) My mouth is waterin'. R

  Grower Report - sugabear on July 27, 2005, 4:30 pm  
Burmese (Pure) from Reeferman Seeds rated 7.57  

Overall Rating8  EffectSomewhat heady
Potency8  StatureSomewhat short and squat
Yield8  PhenotypeSativa
Ease6  Indoor60 to 65 days
Appearance9  OutdoorOct 15 to Oct 31
Odor Level4  Odor: exotic incense and rose water with some piney fuel undertones
Taste Level9  Taste: smooth, exotic, spicey, herbal, musky (like body odor), and slightly hashy
Grower's Tilt9  SexesStandard (M/F)
SI Rating0.830  Vintage: April, 2005

First let me say this is my first grow from start to finish and Iím really happy with the results so if my ratings seem inflated to you maybe that's why.

That being said the Burmese was a great plant and easy to grow. I started seeds on April 26 and got 100% germination. Out of the 4 seeds I started 2 were killed by a light falling on them during the first week. The other 2 turned out to be female. One was a week behind as she was planted to make up for the death of the others and she never really caught up and I didn't have the room so she got culled at day 40. This report is about the other female which was grown the full 63 days of flower.

in veg she grew quickly and vigorously without problems. The Burmese has very fat leaves and squat growth pattern for a pure sativa. After 1 1/2 week under daylight CFL's and another 1 1/2 weeks under the 150 watt hps the clock was switched to 12/12.

She responded by an immediate stretch that lasted two weeks - she was 4-5" tall at the start and nearly 15" tall when she got done stretching. At this point (day 14 of flower) the males were culled of another strain and this Burmese was fitted with a super simple scrog. This was not the most gentle of actions and the main stem bent pretty badly - but she was strong and recovered in a week filling in the screen well. She also went into DWC at this time.

Trichromes became visible at around day 21 and she really got super frosty and stayed that way.

The DWC bucket dried out in week 6 and resulted in some light/heat burn on the leaves - this plant will scorch under intense light easily if water stressed. (with 150 watts over ~2 square feet the light is intense). But again she recovered well.

the smell was pretty strong after the fourth week of flower - very exotic and intoxicating - like nag champa incense mixed with potpouri -as it went on later and later into flower a piney fuel smell became also noticeable.

So she was chopped after much sampling at day 63 of 12/12 on July 18, for a seed to harvest time of less than three months - producing a whopping 46 grams of super dense crystal covered nuggets of pure exotic love.

so the smoke report - she's very sativa with a clear heady high, it's not a creeper but it does build over time. Very good up buzz with low low anxiety/paranoia. Even without a cure the taste is also exotic and spicy with strong herbal incense flavors. She tends to leave a slightly greasy feeling in my mouth. After 4 weeks in the jars a really musky aroma sorta like body odor is present - not the part of the body odor smell that is gross but the part that's kinda musky.

Nice potency - 2 packs of my one hitter and Iím soaring for 2-3 hours and I'm a pretty chronic 4 times a day smoker and so far no tolerance to this stuff..

Out of a vaporizer the Burmese is very tasty with all the flavors she had during flower. Only issue is that the buds are so dense extra care needs to be taken to break it up for the vaporizer.

Now I've smoked alot of stuff and I must say this weed is right up there. I had my doubts as it was an IBL but as you can see in the pictures it is very crystallized - better than most.

Truly lovely ganja that I will be growing again and again.

And the best part is she smells like nothing else - pull this out and people will want to know where you got it!
  Garden Information for this report  
Bloom Wattage Used20w to 250w
Average Plant Height24
Plants per Sq. Foot1.00
Average Yield per Plant1.50
Pruning or Plant StyleScreen of Green SCROG
Fertilization MethodMix of chemical and organic

U2 cab from millspride (home depot) interior dimensions 29"highx29"widex15"deep - remote ballasted 150watt HPS (regent security light retro fit) - hydro - 6"rockwool cubes over 5 quart DWC buckets - super simple scrog

used daylight CFL's for seedling stage

veg: grotech grow, thrive alive
flower: floranova flower, hygrozyme, diamond nectar fulvic acid, thrive alive, bionova pk 13-14

Report added by: sugabear

Marijuana Seeds Review: Reeferman Seeds - 'Burmese (Pure)'