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Guawi

dubi

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Great looking Guawi flowers :tiphat: glad you decided to wait a bit more.
Tikal family usually produces fruity flowers, while Malawi terpenes are woody, earthy, oily and bready.
 
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dillycid

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Smoke Report: 1st sampling @ 2 wk. cure.
I ran into a homeless man sitting on a cold sidewalk ranting on about gravity. That if gravity held us to earth, then gravity sucked. I thought about that for a moment then said to him "without gravity we would not be able to breathe" and he thought about that for a minute then said to me "WOW! That's good pot!"
 

Oddvar

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Guawi of 2019. 2 months of growth.

sometimes it smells like fruit, other times something aniseed or minty, other times it seems like a soft skunk. in all cases there is a dense background, much more than the tropical mix next to it (Honduras, oldtimer haze or Ethiopia).
 

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dubi

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Thanks to you dillycid for your support and feedback! ;) Congrats on your Guawi harvest, those outdoor flowers got me mouthwatering thinking about their terpenes and effects :yummy: Hope you are enjoying with every female now after the start of a proper curing.

All the best with your Guawis Oddvar :) You are right, Guawi is much more smelly (both in veg and flowering) than the other tropical sats you mention.
 

dillycid

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I need help with this one. She went thru a severe spider mite infestation that took several heavy spraying of neem to get rid of. I know the taco leafs look like over-watering, but that's not the case. I transplanted from a 25 gal. to a 40 gal. fabric and flushed with 10 gal. fresh water about a week ago. She's been in flower about 6 weeks and smells great, melons, fruity flowers.
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dubi

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Looking great there @dillycid :dance013: What a beautiful Guawi! If the pic was taken 7th Sept now she must be 6 weeks ahead and not far from finish, kindly post more recent pics if you have the chance so we can check it out. Thanks!
 
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