Member of the Year: 2018 - Member of the Month: Jan 2018, Nov 2018, Jan 2020 - Grow Journal of the Month: Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Oct 2018
Thanks KH and welcome to my little slice of the site! I just harvested a couple of Candidas last weekend (here and here), and I have three vegging plants ready to flip in June (two of them pictured this morning). I have a bunch of others from 21 days old to 3 gallon sized as well, and I'll probably do a family portrait if the sun comes out later this week. Thanks for stopping by!Yo, what up Shed? Looks like I finally made it through. I only read the last page, so gonna be kinda lost for a minute. That was a great little poem you got there with the SPOG.
That would be all year for me .Yea bad time of year for seeds that don’t like humidity
There it is!No apology needed 36G! A spog® is a Single Point Of Green. It's a term I coined a couple of years ago and it refers to an autoflower plant that starts budding before any side branching gets to grow. So what you get is one cola on a stick.
I wrote a poem about it:
Not a sog nor a scrog,
What I have is a spog.
A spog is not two, never three, never four.
A spog is just one and can't be any more.
Just one point of green like a lonely old frog.
Just one single cola, my frosty-triched spog.
- by InTheShed
They look like this: