Thanks very much Dennis, glad I was actually able to get her back on her feet after the lockout. Wait for Maria!Congrats on your harvest......
it will come quicker than you think... Lol who am I kidding it's like a kid waiting for Christmas on new years Eve. So so far away. Thanks for the support Lupey!Looks great snid can't wait to get to this point I think I have a ways to go
A few words for Nadine, my drama Queen.
I waited until you trichomes beckoned,
I chopped you down for harvest second.
You grew fast and you grew strong,
Then something went dramatically wrong.
When you were locked out and nutrient deficient,
I flushed you and the made your nutes sufficient.
With all the joy you'll bring, with our love and praise,
Our glasses we shall raise.
cheers my dear
Very cool. Brought a tear to my eye lol
Seriously, bro - this was a definite success in your grow book!!
Here's Nadine's final weight. 30.5g!! Not too shabby for my second autoflower, slightly more than Priscilla's. But my heavyweight Maria is going to be even more. I hope. It's all in jars now and will cure for a few weeks, I'll be sampling some here and there so I'll let you folks know how it smokes.
Hell yeah! KiG everyone cheers
Thanks you Dennise, you're very kind. Let me say this.. your positive vibes are felt all over this site. I'm so glad to have you're presence here at Stinky Snid's nursery.Congrats on your chop.......
Very nicely put. A great little eulogy for her, and a very welcomed one too. I appreciate all the good 420 family vibes you've sent. It's very humbling to have folks like you accept a brother into this awesome fraternity of cannabis cultivators. Thanks StihlYou are a great dude Snid. The success was well deserved my friend. congrats on a great harvest of superb nugs. Rest In Pipes Nadine. May your trichomes fill the lungs of brother Snid with pleasure, and your exhale fill the air with a blissful ora of your sweet incense.
One day vlad, one day... I've got a few plants making their bones in the background at the moment. A couple flux ready photoperiod sprouts and a handful of autos are just waiting for their time to be a part of the annuls of the 420 forums. Explodey!! Cheers vladSo the Snid joins the elite circle of tokers toking the fruits of their labor.
Congrats Snid and keep growing. You on the road to growing a POTM worthy plant some day
It sure does Paul, thanks very much. I'm enjoying some of Priscilla as I type, I didn't dry her proper so she smells like hay. But once it's busted up it smells very much like it should... It's smooth and very satisfying to say the least. As for Nadine, she already smells better and she just went into the curing jars. (no hay smell at all)That definitely looks yummy.
Amen to that my friend... :amen:Yeah Brother. It truly is exciting and humbling to be a part of this Fraternity of elite canna cultivators 420= Delta Bravo Omega. I was a bit shy and reluctant when first comin around these here parts because I figured it would be "cliquey". Proved to be quite the polar opposite. A warm and welcoming community. Its an honor to mingle amongst some of the best growers ive ever had the opportunity to associate with openly. Top notch gardeners. Every1 deserves a . Happy Sunday to you brother Snid and to all of 420 mag!
Thanks CMJ, this has been a long journey for me. Much longer than anticipated, but enjoyable all the same. I was expecting this run to be done a month ago, but this is the crop that won't quit. I've got no more room for her anymore, she's blocking my photoperiod seedlings.Just ran across this (been following your other CK journal) and wanted to say how great those buds look. Well done!
Also she split her stem where I topped her. Is this bad?
It's not ideal of course. Can you tie the branches higher up to pull it back together, or at least make sure it doesn't pull apart any further? I'd probably consider taping off the wound too, just to keep it dry and clean until she finishes. You don't want her wasting time on repair when she could be building bud.
Seems to be pretty damp in there as well, why's that?