I honestly don't know the background of these plants. Wish I did. MrGJ tells me that the pheno I have looks like one of the phenos he has, but for me to say it's the real deal would not be being honest. I just know what I was told second hand. Here's the background story: Buddy of mine called up one day telling me that he was 'gifted' a small group of moms from a neighbor of his who was moving away. He had the plants at his place for a couple weeks, but he has too many people (mostly kids) at his home so asked if I could take them in and flower them out. I of course could not pass up such an opportunity and brought them here and had them outside for a few weeks while I ordered the parts for my new grow room and built it. The plants were way too thick and in need of pruning, rootbound, and seriously needing some nutes. I had no idea where I had stashed my old Metanaturals ferts so I made a compost tea to feed them with. I thought about transplanting them to larger pots with some compost, but at this point it pretty much would not have done any good.....they are flowering...not putting roots down. I didn't want to stress them any more than they had already been stressed. So they have been flowering indoors now on 12/12 ever since Dec 1st, but had already begun flowering naturally outside. I've had to deal with powdery mildew, spider mites, and now aphids (just found those last night). My growing abilities have been tested to the fullest to say the least. Nothing worse than introducing 'pests' from external sources, but I had no choice. Temps in the grow have been an issue as well. I picked up an oil filled radiant heater and use the fan speed controller on my fan to regulate temps. That part is working very well, but the slower fan speeds have made the 'smell' issue a bit more obvious. The carbon scrubber works great if the air flow creates a negative pressure in the room. Unfortunately I do have a bit of smell permeating since the fan is barely running. I just wanted air moving across the bulb in the cool tube enough to prevent any unseen problems from creeping up on me there. All in all it's been fun though. I'll just deal with what comes and limp this crop to the finish line. Thank you all for stopping by and checking out my return to indoor growing. I hope that future grows will get better.