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Old 10-06-2018, 12:04 AM #41
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Oh Yea, they look very nice for 60 days!


wait for mostly amber! ;D
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Old 10-06-2018, 04:38 AM #42
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Looks Fantastic !

I grew Lib. Haze outdoors in 2016.

Definitely some good med-quality bud you got there !

And the grow-closet ... If I had one of those I could have gotten my security deposit back that one time ?!
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Old 10-07-2018, 08:01 AM #43
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Thanks for posting your results. I have some Barney’s gear (including Liberty Haze) and have been searching for threads on how well it does, if it herms, etc. I have popped Pineapple Chunk and Blue Cheese with good results. I’m going to try Liberty Haze on my next grow because yours looks awesome. I’m going to FIM the hell out of mine because your’s looks like a bushy monster...
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Thanks for posting your results. I have some Barney’s gear (including Liberty Haze) and have been searching for threads on how well it does, if it herms, etc. I have popped Pineapple Chunk and Blue Cheese with good results. I’m going to try Liberty Haze on my next grow because yours looks awesome. I’m going to FIM the hell out of mine because your’s looks like a bushy monster...
Thank you! This is my third run (and last. no clone) with her. I have been quite rough with her (nutes and temps) and she's always pulled through never even one seed so far so no hermie. Not the best yeilder but fantastic smoke. My second favorite that I've grown. My fav being super lemon haze from green house seeds. And tied with Jack herrer from seedsman. Best of luck with your grow!
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FIM is a very great technique. I like to combine it with supercropping and strategic defoliation. Once you get the technique perfected you will find amazing results for FIM. Most people cut too much of the apical growth node. You can really peel it back and just FIM the very tiny shoot at the top. It will give you far more branching that way and it will recover much more quickly.
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FIM is a very great technique. I like to combine it with supercropping and strategic defoliation. Once you get the technique perfected you will find amazing results for FIM. Most people cut too much of the apical growth node. You can really peel it back and just FIM the very tiny shoot at the top. It will give you far more branching that way and it will recover much more quickly.

Hi, Thanks for the advice! could I bother you for detailed before and after shots?


The instructions I read about fim also (besides cut point which might have been too low) advised to 'scoop out like ice cream ball' .. I do have idea of what the instruction is telling me to archive... I just cant wrap my head and butterfingers around the HOW TO MANAGE the cut in order to create the desired (best) shape for the cut.
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Fwiw my .02 on FIM. I've tried it as well as just abt every other style. Topping fim'ing supercroping mainlining even the ol "pinch and tickle". Jk on the last one haha. FIM in my experience does work well but I found it to be kinda unpredictable I like to take off the top two or three nodes and leave 4 to 6 nice branches. Then I know exactly what I have and where I want them to go and tie them down and train them out. Or use a scrog and this was way easier and the plant just naturally put out tons of side branching. I think this is just how I'm gonna do it now I love it. But I think everyone should do everything because that's where all the fun is in this hobby (and getting high but that's a given). Do it all see what u like best then do that the best u can I'm so excited to do another screen and get it better than this one.
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Old 10-12-2018, 03:30 AM #48
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Ok day 77 and this is taking forever haha. She has slowed down on drinking, only water once this week. She still isn't very amber yet still maybe 10%. Around 60 or 70% cloudy just a little clear maybe 10 or 20%. Definitely in the harvest window.
She has started foxtailing not just the tops but all around the buds even the lower buds and they are getting super rock hard. So with this foxtail issue along with her not drinking as much I figure she's done. Although she is bulking and getting heavier because of the foxtails. I feel compelled to let her go another week unless someone can point out something I'm missing and I should chop her down now. Am I degrading my harvest by letting her go.
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Best pic I could get of foxtail very top of bud but have same growth on all buds and all sides
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Old 10-12-2018, 03:49 AM #49
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one more week! one more week!
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Yea I think so. Normally she would be getting chopped or already been chopped I mean hell I didn't even know she turned purple she's never been allowed to go this long I usually have something that needs her space but this time I don't. Guess we get to see what another week does for her.

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