Discussion in 'Strains and Crosses' started by Mrgreengenes, Jul 30, 2017.
He just had surgery. Wish him well. Good prognosis.
Yea I knew when he went in. Ive been talking to his wife and was going to his house last Saturday but we didn't because of surgery. He is recovering.
Once DXE is well I'll be going to his house.
no biggie. he's got this behind him in 6 months. I've offered to tend to things if needed, as have others and family. All's well that ends well, and this will end well. He's a young man.
Hope is well with him.
So how are they both coming along?
My flowers look pretty good.
Took a some pics a few days ago. Had a bout of thrips again that did some damage but the plants carried through pretty good. Went into flower 7/18. Took the pics 8/26 so a little past 5 weeks flower at the point these were taken. Anyway, here's the competition plant and it's more natural sister.
Nice and frosty
ResinRubber, my plant is coming along nicely. Here she is in the flowering room.
Nice looking flower, MrG! Leaves, too.
Nice! Wish I'd waited a round to throw down. Have another round of LB in flower and it looks like I'll almost double the per plant weight of the first round. But as it is methinks it could be close to catching up with yours.
ResinRubber, Your plant looks great buddy. Do you have a picture of the next Lemonberry?
Just pulled this LB plant from round 2 for a pic tonight. About two weeks into flower using full strength on the soil mix. First round was about 1/2 the normal amendments. Proof it usually takes a round or two to get used to a new cut, even one you're familiar with. Still think I got a distant shot with the 'Hero' plant though.
Heres the Lemonberry at the chop!
OOOhhhh, purty. Don't suppose you measured wet weight? 5 days from harvest here.
Here goes. LB plants came down at exactly 56 days flower. Looks like my earlier call of the hero plant being a 2 ounce'er is going to be pretty much on mark. 190g wet weight of nothing but solid nuggs. Had virtually no popcorn.
So glad I ended up with this pheno of LB. Much thanks to the donor. It puts the sativa leaning pheno to shame in how easily it grows and quality of nuggetry. Anyway... here's my cards and the contest plant.
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