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Diamond Milk F3

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Description

I usually don’t do this, but I truly believe we’ve done exactly this

Below is the description for the DM f2, the F3 is all of this but to the MAX!!!!

All of the selection parameters that were used to select the f2’s eras just reinforced and strengthened

 

FROST, FROST FROST!!!

Folks this strain is about the frost. We’ve taken 6 powerhouse strains and combined them into a miraculous explosion of frost that would make a polar bears frozen toenails jealous!

This is absolutely the largest strain in the Dream Beans lineup. With yields reaching into the double digits of ounces dry per plant. This is one that the folks who are growin for weight wil want. Its heavy folks, support of the branches late in flower will be required.

The Terp profile of this one boarders on the obscene. Completely unbridled funk, sour mash levels of rank, a smell that will absolutely get your mouth watering. High levels of Myrcene and Humalene, this is a sour funk lovers dream.

We are betting that this will be the most popular Dream Beans strain of all time a year from now.

“Diamond milk it”ll frost ya out”

 

 

Truly folks this is goin to be my crowing achievement when it’s all said and done

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  1. Jason Wood (verified owner)

    Look no further. Diamond Milk is a must have!! She gets frosty early.
    Definitely recommend DM F3

    • Derek Shores

      Diamond milk is one of the best autos we have ever come across here at the Dream Farm. I may be biased but it just really checks alll the boxes!

      Thanks so much for supporting Dream Beans!

  2. Charles

    I have the DM F3 and no way does it live up to the description. Ounces in double digits dry? I’ll be lucky to see one ounce dry. This thing is a little midget. And it’s in week 13. I’ve got it in FF Ocean Forest and have been using Big Bloom since a week after flowering started. It’s one plant under 150 watt LED. I’m pretty disappointed in it.

    • Derek Shores

      We are super sorry there was a problem, If there was an issue with it, we will always make it right. Fox farm soils are notoriously unpredictable, and we never recommend using them. Please send us an email and we will get cha a replacement, and some other options when it comes to soil choice.

  3. ericjether

    I’m just gonna start by saying that this one is for the true connoisseur. Solid purple nuggs a plenty on her with a funk that is definitely impossible to forget. She was an easy run that i literally would sit and stare at as she was so frosty and completely gorgeous! Dried bud was nearly black with terps that are nearly indescribable. I’ll try by saying she’s sweet,sour with a touch of creamy cake that finishes with armpit/socks and garlic lol. She rendered my carbon filter useless a month into flower if that tells you anything! I’m soooo glad I grabbed a 5 pack because I’m stoked to get her back in the rotation! Great work Derek and Dreambean crew👊

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