Heavyweight Seeds Fruit Punch

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waknbak88

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fruitpunch in a 10 gallon smart pot. nutes are earth juice 5 part with maxicrop, Alaskan fish 511, fulvic and humic acids, molasses. soil is promix mixed half and half with happyfrog and added castings, lime, Epson salt,bone and blood meal. toped once and lst
 
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im going to grow her out till the 1st of dec then im going to flower under a 1000 watt eye hortilux
 
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anyone who stops by and has grown this strain id like to tap into your knowledge. I was wondering the stretch on this gal. I got plenty of room for her. just don't want to flower too early and not fill my space.
 
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purplekush
cheese candy
fruit punch clone
these are gonna be my moms
 
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waknbak88

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dang nobody has any experience with the fruitpuch I guess
 
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Thanks man, how long has yours been I'm flower
 
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fruit punch still vegging away by herself under the 1000 watter. And some pics of my ghetto veg room with one rooted clone of the fruit punch, one cheese candy from seed, and a Mendocino purple kush from seed. Also 8 fresh cut clones from the fruit punch under growth.
 

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Nice plant :Namaste:

I've seen two phenos of her. One is smaller, shorter, and grows fat greasy bombs. The other is taller, and stretches kinda hard, but will have nice filled in colas at the top. They both seem to like some extra Ca/Mg, especially the shorter pheno. It's hard to know which you've got there. Other than the Ca/Mg she's an easy feeder, not fussy.
 
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waknbak88

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thanks man how did you likethe holy grail 69?
 

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thanks man how did you likethe holy grail 69?
:volcano-smiley: Anytime 88. HG69 was unremarkable IMO. She did the job, and was fun to grow, but wasn't my go-to strain at any time. I'm a fan of Samsara too, so it was a little disappointing. So many strains to try. I really liked the Fruit Punch. I have some coming down in 3 weeks :). I wish I let the shorter ones Veg longer.
 
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cool, does the fruit punch I have look like either of your phenos. this plant smells really good and my fingers get oily/tacky when I defoliate or pinch stems. Im really excited to bloom her.
 

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cool, does the fruit punch I have look like either of your phenos. this plant smells really good and my fingers get oily/tacky when I defoliate or pinch stems. Im really excited to bloom her.
Both phenos smell real strong, get really greasy, and their leafs look about the same. If I had to guess, she looks like the shorter pheno in growth, but her stems are thicker, so it's possible she's the taller one. Maybe plan on her being the smaller one, with only a 50% stretch in flower, and if she's the taller one - pinch her tops to keep her in place. There's not a huge difference, the taller one stretches maybe 50-100%. I took cuttings from the lager pheno for it's production value, but I'll keep the smaller pheno's nugs for headstash. :)
 
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Thanks cs!! Vary good info:thanks:
 
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after final transplant and training 2 weeks ill flower