All really interesting, thanks for the info and for the insight, much appreciated. It is quite frosty indeed, impressive how week by week is getting resin all around too.
Let's see, the flowering stage of the Outdoor G. can take indeed up to 10 weeks, depending from which moment we start counting of course.
With these kind of OG you have, the x-mas structured one, I think you are right when saying that the won't be ready before 2nd week of October. I sincerely hope that the weather does not get that terrible at your latitude...that's my only concern.
And 8 foot? Wow, not bad at all
The combination of taste you describe is truly mouthwatering, seems like a lovely fruit pie
Originally Posted by green-genes77
ODGF has begun to frost up nicely with the exception of two plants that aren't too far into flower at this point. These have a thinner leaf blade and a more open, classic ganja-plant structure. These big (8 foot tall) sativas will take until 2nd/3rd week of October to finish but I'm eager to see what they have to offer. An example:
All have been getting a complete diet heavy in calcium, with varying levels of fish hydrolysate depending on when they are likely to ripen. Below are some more typical buds in this group. These grow on medium sized (6 foot tall) plants and the buds are mainly of the long running variety, with some vaguely triangular forms as well. They'll finish in the first week of October probably. These are very very frosty, smell like grapefruit, pineapple, banana and lemon or combinations of those with a sharpness that makes them all pretty similar:
The one other exception is a plant that has grown shorter and squatter its entire life. Initially she had noticeably thicker leaf blades than her sisters, but these have thinned out a lot. It took this plant a little bit to start producing lots of trichomes and terpenes, but it has always looked like a good producer for its size (4 feet). Now that they are getting more developed, the flowers are taking on a sour/bitter citrus flavor that I like a lot. It will be interesting to see how this one develops. She should be done around the first of October. The picture below contains a pint jar for reference.
Thanks for showing and describing this squatty one. This pheno is really peculiar and differs from the main clearly sativa pheno, starting from the smell but also for the timing. And, as you anticipated, she will be done earlier then the others, that's also part of the game (if we can say like that).
I think we all are quite curious about it since there's not that much reference about it, and I will definitely watch with extreme interest.
Great pictures GG, I am really enjoying what I see and I can follow everything smoothly.
All the best,