Plant of the Month: April 2020 - Member of the Month: July 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: November 2019
Seedsman got my $ for it and some cinderella 99. My card's smoking hot now. Cool off time.
WooHoo man 7 ounces! I'm double glad I got seeds.So after 5 days of hang dry with all leaves then 2 days cut in brown paper bags then final trimming then 2 days paper bags again here is the dry weight of this girl :
Widnt expect that much and I swear they are perfectly dry and now jarred for curing. I m more than happy I never thought she would produce over 200g dry. At the mean time she had lots of tiny sugar leaves. Thanks to dry trimming it was easier to get rid of most of them. There is also another part from a branch I didn't had to the weight. Maybe 20g dry. But as the buds have overall many sugar leaves I prefer thinking I made 200g of true buds.
The pictures speaks by themselves my friend as you can see. This strain is wonderful! The another outdoor one that had started flowering earlier than the big one is now pushing more new pistils, turning a bit purple and I can see the frost starts as well. I had read that some some green crack start to frost only later. Can't wait for her to finish as I had already lost many buds cause of mold. She s also put an amazing mango smell in my entire house. No one could guess it s weed it s 100% so fruity! Can't wait! You ll love them!WooHoo man 7 ounces! I'm double glad I got seeds.
I know from what I read flush isn't necessary, but I had never tried flushing. I didn't do a real flush but have just been watering with only super low dose of overdrive and calmag. Ppm around 400. I like to see buds sucking up leaves. It also seems to make trimming easier. Today I saw a kind of caterpillar in a kind of spider net. At first I thought it was mold but then I say that ugly bastard so decided to do partial harvest. Lots of white hairs. It s crazy how moving her from outdoor to indoor made her produce new pistils. They say auto have short lifetime. Mine have just showed they will do whatever they want can to produce as much as they can. More than 3 months is a lot for an auto. I will leave the rest of the plant evolving and see if those nugs can get even denser than they already areNice Flash! It looks like your buds sucked the living shite out of the leaves. Hungry hippo that is.
Thanks for sharing. I remember you saying you had waited for too long. The second one is way stickier and has a strong lemon smell. Bud appearance is also different. So yes maybe different pheno. The one that doesn't feel like finishing was also the one that popped 2 days later. She also grew slower than the rest. I decided to partial harvest her. In case waiting too long wouldnt give better results I still have half of it already drying in brown paper bagsOne of my Pineapples were like that. It went well over 100 days in flower. It was still pushing pistils and although there was no amber anywhere the trichs had lots of cloud and some clear. I kept waiting for the amber and when I finally chopped it the potency wasn't nearly as strong as her sister. A different pheno? Maybe. But I think it had to do with the foxtails on mine that made me wait too long to harvest. I know they say THC degrades when trichs turn amber, but mine never did.