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Old 06-13-2011, 10:49 PM #51
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Thanks for the kind comments , has a wonderfull deep flavour after a few weeks in glass , will take some beating and its only the first one.

Stood the reveg test without issues , flowering for better yield with a bit of simple training , still in two litres as a test for local scroggers and looks to be useable , very floppy stems are a bit of a pain but worth it.



The battle between mites and predators seems to have reduced to low level damage , can live with this.

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If i were to harvest right now it would be amongst the highest yielders i have ever found , at an expected 80 day finish it will be exeptional for two litres of soil squashed in tight.

Can really see the mite damage now , this constant low level infestation seems to be the best that predators can manage for me.




Two bushed clone males from the initial run are ready to drop , lots of differences up close and am keeping seedings seperate for now , both smell equally strong and pleasing.




Thick stems and less pollen.




Floppy stems and huge amounts of pollen from more sites.



Serious timeing mistake leaves the intended mothers unavailable , still time to hit a couple of lower branches on the casey , a couple if interesting plants are ready and get an early shot at fame.

MBS from moonunit is a fine plant with a high yield and rich medicinal flavour , individual plants could be very special.

Sunshine #2 from HTC is proveing to be a bombproof heavy yielder with good stability and solid structure , flavour could stand improvement as a little bland for modern consumers as is , F2,s of this plant are as uniform as clones.
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Old 06-26-2011, 09:54 PM #53
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If you had to cut early it would not be a total loss , the thinner bud taken at 60 days is a fine smoke , fresh clean NL taste with a headrush high , nothing like the fatter 90 day bud but unexpectedly good.

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Old 07-15-2011, 10:48 PM #54
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Taken at 80 the buds are a lot fatter and the distinctive rich aroma is there , fine as soon as dry but really rewards even a short cure.



Battered the last of the pollen from the males and will find something to knock up , G13-Diesel x Casey will do nicely.


The two casey males could not be more different , will surely have some influence in bud placement and density of flowers , will find outsoon.



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They certainly are different!
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Old 09-19-2011, 10:53 PM #56
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Hi Monk , seeding seperately with the two males should see a difference if i run enougth , usually they all look similar.

While the wavey graveys are the current focus of attention , the Casey from this thread is slowly takeing over the bud half of the room , a beautifull plant and a classic smoke.

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