That's actually the least good looking of the 818GDPs I've grown so far. I'll be growing more of them sooner or later, though.
Here's all nine of my Chemdawg D BX3 plants (I'm still going with the last plant pic as my mother because the lower nugs look the most like Chem D):
The overcrowded tent they're in, along with a Dr. Grinspoon in the middle that was so rootbound I almost had to cut the plastic pot off the rootball (it's in a 2 gallon pot now; as soon as I know it's not going to grow out more I'll repot to a 5 gallon pot):
R-4 is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) strain created through crossing the classic WU#1 X Blueberry Haze strains. R-4 has been named one of the most medicinal strains on earth thanks to its insanely powerful CBD level that typically bottoms out at about 20%. This CBD level, however, is said to have been measured as high as 79% at times, blowing any other “high CBD” strain completely out of the water. With its minimal 1% THC level, the effects of R-4 are pretty mild in nature and rarely felt by any user. You may experience a sense of relaxation that washes over you with light tingles as the aches and pains are eased out of your muscles and mind. Some users report feeling a lift of spirits and a touch of energy, although this can be attributed to the complete removal of physical and mental pains. These mellow effects and its super powerful CBD level make R-4 perfect for treating a wide variety of conditions, including but not limited to seizures, tremors, muscle spasms, and inflammation. It has a mild sweet berry flavor and smell with hints of rich herbal earth that are released as the nugs are broken apart and burned. R-4 buds have lumpy popcorn-shaped forest green nugs with dark purple undertones, vibrant red hairs, and a coating of tiny white crystal trichomes.
Plant of the Month: June 2016 - Nug of the Month: Aug 2017
Aussie bacon challenge.. I forgot it was sold in packets, I always buy it from the deli.. anyways, I saw some today and brought the cheapest one (actually more expensive than deli, paying for packaging) this is our no name supermarket brand crap..