Hello all, Here is a couple of pictures of one of two Michoacán Creams I grew out this season. There was very little sunshine here the entire month of September. I feel all of the genetics would have filled out much better with a little more sun. In the end I'm very happy with the results of these two plants. Since I'm growing outdoors (greenhouse) at the Canadian Border. First pistils were at August 17th and harvested on October 21st. These could've gone longer but the weather was very overcast and getting cold quick. There is several inches of snow on the ground now and it's here to stay.
The weight of just the buds on this plant is 8.3 Oz's. I don't do a real fine manicure of buds during curing. I feel this helps protect the buds during the cure. I shake them around to get air gaps between buds to help drying.
I love these genetics! CBG, this plant is a real gem. The aroma is incredible. The genetics are strong, robust in cooler weather.
I hope these genetics are around for a long time. They will be in my garden for some time to come. I won't have a smoke report until they have cured for some time yet. I will give Quart jars of these buds out for Christmas presents. Ho Ho Ho! Peace