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Old 10-08-2018, 06:42 PM #221
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Hola dubi!!!

Thanks to you Master, for everything! My pleasure! It was a blast, time flew I think I learnt more in those hours next to you than on the 10 years I've been growing!

Still digesting, it was an epic experience! I consider myself really lucky to have met you IRL, the trip was absolutely worth every second of it!

I removed males more than a week ago, hope they reflower!

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Repuk, did you really meet with Dubi? How can one meet Dubi? I want to meet him too
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Yesssss Luck? Destiny? Proximity? Odds? Stars aligned?

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We should gather sometime!!!
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Old 10-09-2018, 05:28 PM #224
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Update

Some updates:

Revegged Zamaldelica


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This lady is a completely different creature outdoors!

Honduras & Ethiopian



Ethiopian top


Honduras top
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I am afraid I screwed up leaving the males... hope they reflower!

Started feeding all of them with organic nutes & molasses.

Screwed too with the Panama Haze (3m+ tall), repotted it too late, tons of yellow leaves , hope she recovers!

Regular Panama is driving me crazy with that fizzy lemon / incense combo even with so short cure, cannot imagine how Panama Haze will be!!!!!
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Panama Haze

By the stretch rate I'm witnessing, I think it will reach her 3,5m+ Honduras/Ethiopian sisters soon...

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Panama Haze Three Weeks Later


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I have already picked mature seeds from the Ethiopian, easily spottable... not seeing white hairs, I'm afraid I screwed.

Hope she reflowers...
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Really excellent work brother; you should be proud! I'm sorry I was absent for so much of the grow.
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Thanks Kaskadian!

Phew... Was concerned with Leslie reaching us last night... when heard the gusts of wind I thought OK, say bye bye to your outdoor ladies... but no, they're all OK!

Thanks I hand picked like 30-40 seeds from the Ethiopian girl yesterday, I'm afraid Ethiopian is going to sprout wildly next year as some seeds will have flown for sure!
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Just took a bucket and proceeded to fetch some seeds ala olive tree harvesting, i.e. place bucket underneath, then rock the branches and collect the seeds, as otherwise they're going to end up all in the ground.

Plenty of seeds... and small, neon green spiders! (cute!)

I'd say 5-10% of buds are/were maturing seeds. Small and dark mottled.

Honduras has much less, say 1%. Already fetched some, these are bigger, lighter color.

Argh screwed big time... I'd never thought they'll get so pollinized, just wanted a handful seeds and lots of bud, but seems I'm going to end up with the opposite, live and learn!
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