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Old 08-11-2019, 11:46 PM #1
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World of Wonders

Hey all you Ace-ites!! Long time no see, for a variety of reasons, including not growing for two years due to a change in residence. At the same time, however, my state has gone recreational and it's a brand new day all the way around. As a result, my situation has changed and I wanted to share some pictures of some Ace plants -coz- well...they are just SO beautiful. First up is a Guawi...one picture is from late July, the other pictures were taken Aug. 10. Today is her 57 day under 12-12. Her leaves are a bit lighter than the other plants -nitrogen, maybe - but at the same time, I'm not inclined to boost her nutes as she is beginning the descent to harvest at any rate. She smells divine.

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Zamaldelica

Now...the Zamaldelica was a total stumper (no pun intended). Last time I grew her, she took over the space...Huge, like there was no end to her and she was so branchy, entering her space was like approaching a thicket. As you can see, she's anything but. This was very similar to two phenos of Malawi...one was incredibly large and the other was about the same size and shape of this plant. So, I'm guessing it's a Malawi thing. Whatever...she looks fantastic. The first Zamaldelica was incredibly strong but there was not a discernable trich collection as seen here. She's 57 days into 12/12. While her pistils are brown, her trichs are still quite clear, so I don't think she's going anywhere for a while. I went 15 weeks with the last Zamaldelica...not sure how far this will go.

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Malawi

Speaking of Malawi...Here's the current Malawi - which reminds me of the first Zamaldelica I grew (see above). She's massive and her budding is just kicking into high gear. I do love Malawi on so many different levels. Amazing grow every time I have undertaken the pleasure of her company.

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Panama Goddess

Unfortunately, it's difficult to get an adequate picture of this beauty and I apologize for not doing her any kind of justice. She's a beaut with an amazing scent...I get citrus - rich and sweet- and my growing partner gets grape. We shall see. She, like the others, is a 57 days of 12/12. I don't have a lot of experience with this line but she may be ready for harvest sooner than later. I have always tried to take my previous Panama grows as long as possible (chasing that elusive psychedelic updraft)...this time, I have a feeling like she will go quicker...Or not. She definitely has that dense, pine-cone bud going for her.

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Zamaldelica x Kali China

I'm very much looking forward to getting to know her...and that time is drawing nigh. She's at 57 days of 12/12 now...her trichs are still a mixture of clear and cloudy but I think her remaining time is being measured in days rather than weeks.

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Thai Chiang Mai x New Malawi Killer

So...I have no words. 57 days of flowering and she's surpassed the six foot stakes. Beautiful! Mind-blowingly beautiful...





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Panama Congo and Skyline

So...the last picture -for the time being- is the Skyline shot:


(Foreground: Panama Congo (l) and DCM Thai x Malawi (r)
Hiding in the back are the Malawi (l) and the Panama Goddess (r).

I don't know how often I will be posting or checking in but I wanted to share my love for these genetics. I will try to post more as harvest time approaches...I also hope to get the cannabinoids and maybe the terpenes worked up. If so, I will share. Enjoy!!
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That has to be about the most amazing line-up and pics I've seen in a while. I'm speach-less, I really don't know what else to say.
Beautiful, just stunning!

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Likewise my friend. The first pics were amazing, but then I kept scrolling down and they just kept coming. I wasn't expecting so many quality trip sativa bud porn shots at once. I felt like Sanford grabbing his chest, "I'm coming Elizabeth."

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