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Old 03-14-2018, 02:00 AM #1931
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sounds like you have your hands full having to take cuts from 40 plants!
im sure we have all been guilty of not labeling well or the labels becoming illegible
the good news is you still have the genetics and im sure you will figure out what is what
so you never settled on a name for your new OG?
maybe after a few smoke sessions with the new stuff you will get a better idea of what to call it
keep us posted on how the new led performs
ive never tried them and am still interested in maybe adding a new light, but am in no hurry
your experience will be a good road map and im sure we will all learn a thing or two

you get on with your bad self, f'nut!
ride that motorcycle with a big grin on your face
/but be sure t stay safe brother
im probally about another three weeks or so before i take down my first plants
two of the new strains are doing great
they are the indica plants in the bunch and look like they could be something interesting
the sativas are doing ok but one of them looks like she isnt going to be a keeper already
of the two i have in flower, one is frosting up and looks like she has potential
the other is still all white pistals ,very spindly and thin; that bitch will probably want to go 10+ wks
im just going to push her to the back of the tent to let her finish and fill the rest of the space with my next run
here is a pic i took a week or two ago i think?


you can totally see the difference
i will try and take another pic once the lights go on here
it will show how far along the indica is compared to the other plant
some plants take longer to root and as long as the cuts are still green and lively they should be ok
yeah, the golden corral seems to be a total quantity over quality thing
i guess i will just have to make my own home style cooking from now on and just stick to the chinese buffets when going out to eat
hope the harvest goes well friend, may your fingers be sticky and your jars full!
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Old 03-14-2018, 03:06 PM #1932
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Sorry to hear the cracker barrel sucks out there. I rely on them for a bowl of beans and greens when we are on the road. I rarely order anything else. Those toothpick holders they have make a great joint holder for travel too seals up nice and you have a place for the roach.
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Good afternoon friends.

@pop_rocks. Yes I'm trying to force spring to come by refusing to drive the car. So far I've had a bunch of cold rides and no spring but weather people say 50's by the weekend so maybe it's helping. I always have a grin on my face while riding, and I get my best thinking done on rides too. I try to be safe but I ride fast and aggressive and know that every ride could be my last.
Your garden looks great buddy. The difference between the indica and sativa leaning plants is really easy to see in that pic. Are they the same strain? Whenever I see the really sativa looking plants I always wonder if the buds ever get fat and if they get dense because they always look wispy. Please throw up more pics of those sativa Dom plants I'd love to see how they look at harvest time. 10 weeks isn't so bad for something you are growing for the stash, I hope they are awesome. I'm taking down 2 plants tonight so I'll be busy but it's time well spent.

@Rodehazrd. Thanks for the tip on the joint holder, I will grab some next time I get me some food there.
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Old 03-15-2018, 03:43 AM #1934
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no they are from two different strains
both show some variation, but the sativa one is interesting and kind of extreme
i love a good sativa head and they usually yield well, but they take so long indoors
it just happens that the way i have the plants stacked, the two are close enough to really see the difference
i will make it a point and get some more pics of the sativas, brother and keep you guys updated on how they grow out
/maybe something to consider for my friends yard if the smoke is all that
i know exactly what you mean about doing your best thinking while riding
i get the same feeling on the mountain bike and hiking sometimes; like everything is distilled into that moment and your mind is super clear
/its also fun to just zone out on the environment and the feeling of moving
keep wearing that grin brother!
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Old 03-15-2018, 12:34 PM #1935
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Pop Rocks those are some nice looking girls. I do love a long skinny leaf. Looks like a Bangi Haze I ran last year. Mine made some rock hard buds. I still have 7 seeds and plan to pop them with the mexican sativas I got from bodhi in my fall run this year. Mid summer is just too much for me to keep cool so I don't plan to try this year. Hopefully the gogi and the skunk do well enough to last into the fall.
I have an eye on a south slope outdoors this year. Its pretty steep but I think I can get a hundred gallons of mix down there to make a bed for one good bush. It only gets about 8 hours of sun but might be worth the work.
Fiddy just get the beans and greens at CB its hard to screw that up. I get fresh chopped onions and relish and cornbread. always good. cheep
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@pop_rocks. Yes that skinny leaf girl looks like she is extremely sativa. Looking forward to seeing how she grows out. Maybe someday I'll try something like it, I think I have some Lemmon Thai seeds that are close to 100% sativa. Or maybe I can find somewhere to put them outside this summer. Putting one or two in your buddies yard is a great idea.
Yep isn't it interisting that some of our best thinking is done while riding, which is something that demands a lot of attention as well. I also notice a lot of good thought on my daily dog walks and during my stationary bike riding at the club too. Maybe increased activity stimulates the mind or something. Keep up the good work buddy.

@Rodehazrd. Beans and greens sound great and would be diet friendly as well, I'll try them sometime. I think I've only had breakfast at the Cracker Barrel and pancakes and biscuits and gravy were good but I don't eat much of that kind of stuff these days. I hope the south slope works out its nice to have some sun grown around.

Jungle updat: looks like I'm getting roots on most of my cuts so I'll be putting them in soil soon for the next flower run. I took down the first two 91xSL's last night, very easy trim and looks like they should be a little denser than last run from seed.
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i will have to post up some recent pics of the two plants
while checking on them this morning the indica looked like it only has a couple weeks to go, if that
the sativa is filling in nicely but looks like it could go another month to six weeks
i will also get a few pics of the extreme bending i had to do to her to keep her at a reasonable height!
i mean most of the fold are at 90' angles and some are even more
/after crimping the stems i would just let the whole branch flop
and she is still pushing a lot closer to the light than i like (you will see how some of the tops are super elongated, sure signs of heat stress)
im talking to my friend who gave them to me, hoping i can share more, but out of respect for AcB' i will have to keep the lineage under my hat for now
thanks for the comments thoe and i enjoy sharing the progress
glad to hear your cuts are showing roots,f'nut
thats great to hear your initial harvest went well and was easy to trim
early ripening and easy to trim sounds like a good plant
cant wait to hear how she smokes!

southern slopes are ideal for planting and the harder it is to get to the better,rode'
its might be hard to get that much soil mix to the spot without leaving a trail, but if anyone can pull this off i bet it would be you, brother
the limited light might be a problem, especially later in the season when the angle of the sun changes
how much pruning back of the surrounding foliage would you feel comfortable doing?
100g of soil would support one hell of a bush and as long as she gets enough sun late in flower you could really pull down a nice bush

we have just about made it through the first week of the time change
i was just telling mrsChicky that the first week is always the hardest
plus its been really rainy here these past mornings so that just makes it even harder to get out of bed
/the days are nice and sunny thoe so we cant really complain too much
hope you all are wrapping up your week and ready to start the weekend
we got the corned beef all ready for saturday and are having a few friends over
i am read to get the fun started

green wishes to all our friends out there!
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Hope this post finds all the jungle bunnies in good health and fortune. Gotta pick your brains tho as I respect all of your talent and am not scared to admit fault. I just finished up a run with a couple plants and am absolutely ashamed of the end results. I have seen the genetics grown out on other threads and damn did I come up short... the flowers came out very ‘leafy’ and very airy or loose. Can anybody put in their .02 as to where I went wrong. Lack of nutrients? Lock out? I ran these outside so I don’t think the lighting is an issue. Any help would be appreciated
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Hope this post finds all the jungle bunnies in good health and fortune. Gotta pick your brains tho as I respect all of your talent and am not scared to admit fault. I just finished up a run with a couple plants and am absolutely ashamed of the end results. I have seen the genetics grown out on other threads and damn did I come up short... the flowers came out very ‘leafy’ and very airy or loose. Can anybody put in their .02 as to where I went wrong. Lack of nutrients? Lock out? I ran these outside so I don’t think the lighting is an issue. Any help would be appreciated
Get me some more information. We all have bad crops from time to time. Don't be hard on yourself. Leafey could be excess nitrogen. Did you get get any fade? What nutes and medium? Temps?
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Hey badfishey sorry to hear you're unhappy, were those clones or a seed run? And how did you amend the soil I have read low k makes fluffy buds I will read up In jorge's encyclopedia the only book I have about weed specifically and report back. The only fluffy run I had a new Horti bulb fixed . Would changing light have an effect on you down there? Have you harvested in March before?
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