The Children of the Congo

Salutations to all the loyal KOS peeps out there in cyber-land. I have several things to babble with you about today, but first I want to speak to those of you that really dig on some truly exotic shit … I don’t mean stuff that has some catchy name and a bunch of hype, truth be told that is normally my least favorite, heh heh. If you are all about yields, then something like the C99 may never even really cross your radar; however, if you are a real deal connoisseur, then it absolutely should!

I rarely smoke anything that gets handed to me—I know better—and if you think that sounds extremely snobbish, that’s a fair point, and I’ll go ahead and own that, because I can. You see I don’t have to care about yields, or public demand when I am growing and breeding, and you won’t find all the usual suspects all renamed 100 times used in KOS breeding; nope. Now don’t get me wrong and I always take yield into consideration and 90% of our stock has primo yields, but sometimes you can’t get huge yields AND something truly special, like you will find in the C99. Give her a try man … and see what I’m talking about.

 

Watch for the release of the Cindy Congo f2 here in about 30-40 days; another good example of a variety (90% sativa) that doesn’t give you huge yields, and she can be a tad unruly—lol—due to her aggressive vigor and heartiness. But should you choose to accept the mission, and are confident you can take her for a 10-12 week flowering spin, allowing her to finish, then you will be mightily rewarded young Jedi; and the female CCongo f1 I used, was very purple. Cindy Congo is one of those almost psychoactive-potent, like some cacti. A super intense sativa ride down the rabbit hole. With the Cindy Congo … make sure you have your sativa chops and can take a plant 12 weeks flowering if need be. It would be a crime to take her at all early—trust me here.

 

Right now, I am flowering my first plants for Sensi buds in about 4-5 cycles so I am pretty excited, yay! First up are two Durban Black female individuals, and a very vigorous Red Sky female. I am going to get my whole continuous flowering cycle going again here and flower some newer KOS stuff. Another one to watch for coming up will be the Congo Bhai Bhai, Cindy Congo male crossed to 2 individual female Bhai Bhai (Burmese x Juicyfruit Thai; by Opie Kenope) and this KOS hybrid is bound to be epic exotics … and stuff you just don’t really see around anymore.

 

I have seen the Cindy Congo cause peeps to “run for the hills” from severe paranoia; now she doesn’t come off to me that way at all and she fills me with wonder and awe with smiles for miles. Just a word of warning to those that may experience paranoia with strong sativas, Cindy Congo is wicked potent and wicked intense. The kind of herb that rips right through whatever other kind of herbs you have been smoking and establishes a whole new level of bake—I love her huge, and will be growing some more of her very soon indeed. Don’t miss out on her, only limited numbers of beans will be available.

 

If you are a big time sativa fan, but like your sativas POTENT, I highly recommend you give our Darkling Sativa a whirl—yowza!

 

If you are looking for a super “everything bagel” variety that kicks your body and head (hard) and is a fully blended sativa indica type, try our Coma Cluster—dank to the max, dripping with resin, smelly as hell, and uber tasty … but wait, there’s more … she is an awesome yielder as well.

Heavy indica fans should look at the Deep Chunk, or the Focus Pocus, or the Boggle Dragon, as these three really bring the strong indica body thump many of you crave in your weeds, heh heh.

 

Just a friendly bit of advice here man, toss that stupid paper mask and get a real mask if you are working with guanos especially, but any actively composting material is usually rife with fungal spores and you need a mask that can actually stop those tiny little buggers … Cheers good peeps,

 

  • REvski

Happy Turkeyday!

medusa-headed-seeded-up-kali-thai-all-tloGetting chilly now around my part of the woods here in the Pacific Northwest. The good news is our Black Poison variety passed the outdoor mold test with flying colors, and she even endured rain and foggy (very wet) and still mornings. A real delicious connoisseur sativa dominant here for reals. She finishes outdoors in the northern hemi the first week of November, and like I said, she’s a beast as far as her resistances to mold and mildew goes. Super intense and wicked tasty smoke, with long ass legs. She is some very powerful sativa; so, peeps that get a tad too paranoid on strong sativas should beware, because she is true-living-organics-2nd-edition_revindeed that type of smoke.

Coma Cluster, “holy shit” I do loves this smoke dearly. She grows a tad sativa dominant looking, but with very large yields, and just the evilest sweet and dank (together) flavor ranges—seriously try some of this out if you want to walk on the wild side of a killer hybrid, and she can rearrange your whole day if you wake and bake with her, no important math problems should be attempted while under her influences.

Checking out (germinating) the Black Poison Skunk here at present, in fact I am just about to germinate them along with a few others, like: Cherry Hemmingway, Willie Nelson, and Big Mountain Blue (BMB was made by a good old friend of mine “Mountain” RIP, and sent to me by another old friend, “4Corners Colorado” many moons ago). I have 4 of them so let’s see if I can get all 4 to pop!

The Deep Chunk are making seeds at present and still a couple of weeks left to go before harvesting them. Also, made some of the DC x Kali Thai, Red Russian Skunk, and Boggle Dragon, for some special looking at, heh heh. Cheers everyone, and it’s almost Turkeyday! deep-chunk-male-nov-2016

REvski