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Really nice work Beez.
Great work @beez0404 !!Girl Scout Cookie Update for today 30 days post flipI'm pretty convinced the girls are about finished stretching at this point being 4 weeks into flowering. So since the colas didn't get very long I'm sure hoping they get really fat and dense. All four plants are looking great. I am incredibly happy with the performance of the @Prescription Blend nutrients but more so the customer service by Matthew the Rx Blend rep here on 420 Magazine. He's been here to answer any and all questions in a timely manner and he's made sure I did not run out of any of the nutrients while the grow was still going on.
Between the Prescription Blend, The amazing FC-4800 light from @Mars Hydro , and the genetics provided by @Weed Seeds Express these plants have practically grown themselves these last 4-5 weeks. Here is to hoping they finish strong, get really fat, dense, and stinky along the way. Here is a quick photo I took this morning. They were all fed yesterday so loving life today basking under the Sun which is their Mars Hydro light.
What Brett said! ↑Just make sure you are looking at the calyx and not the sugar leaf when checking the trichomes.
Beez0404…your garden is amazing, my favorite style of hybrid buds. Scope shots great..indicate flowers are more mature than days post flip should beGIRL SCOUT COOKIES UPDATESo as not to bore all of ya'll I skipped a few days with updates. In that time I bought a new $38 USB microscope to use for F*^&** pest control and also for checking trichromes. I know at just 5 weeks post flip these GSC girls aren't ready, but I was really surprised at what I saw on the Durban leaner. Those photos will follow the plant pictures. Here are a couple family photos followed by a solo shot of the Durban leaner.
FLIP + 34 DAYS TODAY
Here is the Durban leaning plant.
And here are a few trichrome shots using my brand new (figuring out how to use it) USB microscope. Am I seeing mostly cloudy trichromes with some amber? I'm thinking to do it right I would need to snip off a piece of a bud and trim off the sugar leaves. That might be what I captured in the photos and those trichromes will finish earlier then those on the actual bud right?
The experts have chimed in and it's been determined that all those cloudy and amber trichromes are on sugar leaves so don't really count.Those are some amazingly clear trichome photos! You have a very steady hand. And it's a trip that there's so much cloudy and amber there already.