4 new Lemon Berry

Discussion in 'Grow Log Forum' started by Mrgreengenes, Nov 17, 2015.

  1. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    Here are the 4 Lemonberry plants that I kept from 5 seeds. I got 4 girls out of 5 seeds. Not to shabby! :thumbsup:

    Here they are. they will be going in the table next weekend.

  2. ResinRubber

    ResinRubber Civilly disobedient/Mod

    Seems an interesting variety of phenos already. Way interested in this one.

  3. Bigbud214

    Bigbud214 Ganja Guru Extreme

    Im tuned in
  4. Fuzzy Duck

    Fuzzy Duck ...is in Deep Water

    Lemmonberry was a favorite of mine. Here's a pic from 2012. View attachment 20020


  5. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    Here are the ladies. They will be going in the table in another week.

    8 plants. The Four plants along the back wall are clones from the four mother plants in the front row.

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  6. Justcheckingitout

    Justcheckingitout GK Old Timer

    They sure look like they will be yummy. Who is the breeder?
  7. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    The breader was Usless, half owner of fusion seeds.

    These were the last lemon berry he sent to me.

    I hope he pops in and says hello.
  8. Justcheckingitout

    Justcheckingitout GK Old Timer

    Useless is priceless with his wealth of knowledge and kindness in helping us all out here and there. It would be great to see him around more often. He a great guy.

    Atleast you can clone the good ones. So they should last a while. Must be a keeper, you have been running them a while.
  9. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    The Lemonberry is a keeper it was one of the first strains they came out with and I was one of the testers. It's one of the best strains I've ever found. I still have about 10 seeds left over.
  10. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    10 days later

    Pictures before the transplant.

    Here are the Lemon Berry Girls. 8 girls, 4 possible different phenos.

    I'll be transplanting each into 2 gallon cloth pots. All grown in perlite.

    I put them in the pot with out braking up the perlite and backfilled with red clay pellets.

    I'll post some other picture in a little pit

  11. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    They were due for a transplant. I'll be topping them tomorrow.

    Here they are after the transplant.


  12. Justcheckingitout

    Justcheckingitout GK Old Timer

    Nice jump in growth. Nice and GREEN. :thumbsup:
  13. Discorilla

    Discorilla Shining like a Discoball!

    I wish I could get in contact with Useless. He told me he had some newer crosses, and he just disappeared.

    Nice looking plants, MGJ!
  14. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    I just finished topping for the last time. There are 8 Lemon Berry plants on the table. They seem to like the Fabric pots much better. Growth is awesome.

    I installed the net to, and will be flipping the lights in two weeks to 12/12

    I took two clones from each plant so I'm all set for future plants.


  15. Justcheckingitout

    Justcheckingitout GK Old Timer

    Are those fab pots re-useable?
  16. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    JCIO, yes they are reusable.
  17. Justcheckingitout

    Justcheckingitout GK Old Timer

    Ok, I had to ask. You going to hand wateror can you flood the table with them???
  18. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    JCIO the table is flooded every 4 hrs. I change the res once a week. :thumbsup:
  19. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator

    I just finished pruning the ladies and getting ready to flip the lights next weekend to 12/12. I'm loving using the Fabric grow bags in the ebb and flow set up. Working great so far!

    There are two Purps under the Onyx LEDs to the left of the table.

    I also got a new cloner that you can see in the last picture. :redbong:




  20. Mrgreengenes

    Mrgreengenes Administrator


    I'm about three quarters done with pruning off any lower limbs starting to grow below the canopy. I'll post a couple picture's shortly.

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