You know buddy, and once again I cannot thank you enough...... It took me a couple of years to get to this point. I don't know that I'll ever have plants that behaved as well as these guys did. I'm truly thankful for what I ended up with. This will just allow me to help more people.Wow is about all I can say. I won't be posting my totals now LMAO. That's so cool you found a keeper Da Purps. Purps x Afghani what could go wrong LOL.
Finally broke down and started my last CBDdurban. It is going to spend its spring and fall in a greenhouse and the summer out in the great outdoors. I hope it does as well as it did indoors. My friend is in need a CBD strain.
You are keeping the bar for CBD plants pretty high. I will have to do my best to keep up LMAO.
And no, I haven't forgotten about the Sweet and sours. I have to go to the PO tomorrow, I'll get them to you asap.
Summer is on the way, but this is when I normally Battle Bugs quite heavily. Last summer, I don't think I got a good batch because of all the treatments I had to do to my girls. That being said, I did do some investigating over the winter and discovered that window air conditioners have no filtration whatsoever. That means all the dust and bugs Etc the live in the meadow behind my house could potentially just be drawn in and placed directly on top of my plants all nice nice LMAO. That being said, I have to fabricate a metal tray like object that will fastened to the walls on the inside of my AC unit. Those trays will allow me to slide in a pair of 14 x 25 furnace filters. That should do it I'm thinking.
Also, I have to say that the led, the precursor to Stank's. It kicked the HPS 1000 as far as production.
I'm definitely going to be making sure that my bottom leaves are all cleaned out this time. I did Wrangle my way through quite a bit of small buds. I know I can do better than that, I did spend some time on the underside of all my plants but obviously not enough. I'll be removing most leaves and buds that are not in contact with the scrog nets that are presently in place.