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Old 08-25-2011, 11:23 PM #46
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Six days on and plenty of pistills , quite a long internode under leds but the smell is something special.



Final girl just gone into flower , clone from a dieing plant so took a while , most compact expression of the five and another contender , excellent cross so far with a couple of promiseing males too.

Have been keeping a very close watch on these and have seen no signs of any gender curiosity .
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looking good foomar.
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Old 08-30-2011, 11:35 PM #48
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Thanks Phillthy , glad i snagged these , showing real promise now and proven tougth.

This male seemed determined to die , a dozen failed clones but this chop day flower made it somehow and is revegging fine.



Slowly getting there , trichome coverage spreading to the top of larger leaves and underneath the smaller.

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i noticed that my wavy gravy ladies are faster to flower then everything in my room but sweet tooth. they are putting on weight early. pretty uniform plants too. cant wait until they stink

keep the updates coming foomar!
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....the smell is something special.
Foo with those nice images you're putting up I think I got a wiff of that smell...nice, DD
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I belive i have a 7wk pheno of wavy.2 others still have cpl weeks to go..
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Most showed sex at nine nodes in veg , very strong male indicators on mainstem.

All these are at least ten weekers , one will be much longer.

This one has a meaty smell , similar to a casey but more pronounced , nice structure and few leaves , bastard to clone.







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Nice lady, foomar.
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This male is the last to flower first run , took ages to recover but stinking healthy now.

These thin walled hollow stems root reasonably well if cut at 90 deg through a leaf node leaveing a closed stem , millimetre perfect or rots.

Quite a stretcher , more so than the others , smells less harsh and more medicinal , has to be tried , cloned and in the loop for now but will have to select a limited number from twelve prospective males soon.










This sample was ripped off a week ago in an overcrowded room , at least three weeks early with nearly all clear trichs , the flavour is surprisingly good and should cure out lovely.

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The smell is getting disgusting now on this one , lower yield than most but a far better structure and less leaves , probably best of pack and the focus for further seedings with the wavey males and a couple of caseys.

Looks happy under very basic conditions and minimal feed.



Pistills are turning pink as they start to wither unseeeded , might have some bag appeal when done.

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NICE FOO... Does the one getting the PINK pistols smell like meat and sweet throw up... If so your in for a treat. I had a Chem D clone that had Pink pistols, ha ha ha... She cured out very, very nicely... Smelled like just DANK... SUPA DANK... Anyhow I enjoyed your thread keep up the Great Work.... Yeah Guy
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great thread, really nice how detailed you are when going over each pheno. An interesting cross imo, sounds like it will be a big yeilder.

have fun, thanks for sharing
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Hi R3ZNH3AD , this one smells like a sewage works , hope it cures out.
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Thanks Stickky , floppy stems are a pain as they fill out , looks like it could yield if pushed.





Still a way to go .

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Nice images Foo..nice grow, nice cross. I had a pack of these but gifted them to a collective in Cali..I'm wondering now why I did that..good job..DD
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