420 Magazine's Nug of the Month: February 2022

420 Magazine's Nug of the Month: February 2022


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Jon

Grow Journal of the Month: Sept 2021; Nug of the Month: Feb 2022
Thanks Jon. I also hear that what has been available is not very usable or reliable. Was hoping someone knew of an option. With some strains I would like to know the THC %
Me too! Just not bad enough to take a chance on a home kit yet. When I see one that the majority have good things to say about I may bite, but so far no luck.
 

Braddah Waiheesohai

Photo of the Month: Dec 2021 - Nug of the Month: April 2022
Thanks Jon. I also hear that what has been available is not very usable or reliable. Was hoping someone knew of an option. With some strains I would like to know the THC %
A few products around like 'Alpha-CAT'. But they just give you a general idea of potency:
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Buds Buddy

Grow Journal of the Month: May 2020
Here's a couple of nugs from my "SKYWALKER OG". She's a sweet tasting smoke with a hint of grape or blueberry to her. Really stoney & great for kickin back & chillin'.


 

AdaminCO

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Jon

Grow Journal of the Month: Sept 2021; Nug of the Month: Feb 2022
My very last Modern Meig's nug.




Great nugs folks and good luck:snowboating:
I might have saved that one for last too, tee hee! Look at that one gigantic pocket of frost on that bud. I love those when you see them. As if it's deep enough to measure with a small ruler or something. I get giddy.

I'm sure you gave it the appropriate sendoff!
 

Farmer Reading

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I might have saved that one for last too, tee hee! Look at that one gigantic pocket of frost on that bud. I love those when you see them. As if it's deep enough to measure with a small ruler or something. I get giddy.

I'm sure you gave it the appropriate sendoff!
I am kicking myself in the ass that I didn't clone the clone from my buddy. Hopefully I'll be able to swap another clone or two (actually swapped @Expert Seedbank Haze from seed for this clone---buddy very impressed). Still in disbelief when I look at the enormous frost pockets that covers vast centimetres.

Sent it off with a trip to my mini forest to lollipop some juvenile cedar trees, clear some grape, and remove multi flora rose. My productivity was limited to say the least, though I did find some enormous whitetail rubs where I am reclaiming a ditch line.

As usual you are defining the realms of perfection with your Slurricane nug the ambers are insane!!!

Randy Marsh: "It was a spooky ghost!"
So is it officially "nug" porn?
Personally I am more of a plant porn guy. lol.

But your Fruity Pebbles OG certainly is nug porn to me!!!!
 

Braddah Waiheesohai

Photo of the Month: Dec 2021 - Nug of the Month: April 2022
I am kicking myself in the ass that I didn't clone the clone from my buddy. Hopefully I'll be able to swap another clone or two (actually swapped @Expert Seedbank Haze from seed for this clone---buddy very impressed). Still in disbelief when I look at the enormous frost pockets that covers vast centimetres.

Sent it off with a trip to my mini forest to lollipop some juvenile cedar trees, clear some grape, and remove multi flora rose. My productivity was limited to say the least, though I did find some enormous whitetail rubs where I am reclaiming a ditch line.

As usual you are defining the realms of perfection with your Slurricane nug the ambers are insane!!!


So is it officially "nug" porn?
Personally I am more of a plant porn guy. lol.

But your Fruity Pebbles OG certainly is nug porn to me!!!!
Just so cool that we can share, yours is epic. The first shot almost looks like its covered in crazy mite webs, it's just so frosty!!!
 

Farmer Reading

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Just so cool that we can share, yours is epic. The first shot almost looks like its covered in crazy mite webs, it's just so frosty!!!
No kidding!!! That is what I thought too!!! If they were outdoor I may have considered calling the plant. Though in my living soils I use for my outside girls mites generally are not an issue. Use a little cedar early on in the composting process.
 

stinker

Plant of the Month: Jan 2022 - Photo of the Month: April 2022
Just so cool that we can share, yours is epic. The first shot almost looks like its covered in crazy mite webs, it's just so frosty!!!

Its way cool to have a forum to share our buds. Everyone has such Frosty Nug's this month. Lately I like to go past the shine for the more greasy look.

Absolutely beautiful entries! :ganjamon:
 

Stunger

Grow Journal of the Month: May 2021, March 2022 - Plant of the Month: May 2021
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