Really interesting, what kind of nutrients are you going to use, and what will you add then?
I am happy to hear about the smell, and it seems quite tasty from what you write. Funny that you had to move them because of the stench :big laugh:
But that's a really good info, it will be useful for many indoor growers for sure.
And did you take any measurement of the height before and after flowering? I am actually quite curious about that too in order to have an idea of how far they stretch...let me know if you have any info about this.
Looking forward to seeing some pics of these young flowering ladies,
Originally Posted by Lester Beans
Ok the two slower ones have gained some ground. They are shorter but flowering. I will get some pics up of each plant.
These plants like food. All but three were planted with a Zucchini in the bottom of the pot. The three without the zucchini are lighter green and showing signs needing some food. I gave those three a nice top dress of compost.
As far as smells go, yes they smell very strong. Smells like classic funky funk. From about 50' away. I actually had to move them due to the stench. Indoors a filter would be absolutely necessary. A stem rub yields a sweetness to the funk.
Very easy going plants. So far I'm impressed. We shall see how they yield. The resin production so far has me excited.
More pics to come.