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Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by Amos Otis, Nov 17, 2014.

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    cindysid

    cindysid Well-Known Member

    I think it was a single seed purchase. I'm going to order more right away. I'm very happy with the other HSO gear I am growing. This is the first of their seeds not to develop fully.
     
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    Bubby'sndalab

    Bubby'sndalab Well-Known Member

    What other hso gear are you growing? I've grown Cherry pine og & Sapphire og & both have been great
     
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    cindysid

    cindysid Well-Known Member

    I've been growing Black D.O.G. and Blue Dream for over a year. I just started Purple Trainwreck, Green Crack, Lemon Kush Headband, Bubba Kush 2.0, and Bubba's Gift.
     
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    GuerillaGanjaGrower

    GuerillaGanjaGrower Well-Known Member

    I have grown Blue Dream and really liked it. Would you choose Blue Dream over the Green Crack? I am thinking about switching out my BD mother for a Green Crack.
     
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    cindysid

    cindysid Well-Known Member

    The Green Crack is still in veg. I won't be flowering it for at least another month, but I will be surprised if it kicks Blue Dream out of the lineup for me. I grew out 8 BD's almost 2 years ago, picked the two best for mother's and finally narrowed it down to one. I'm pretty happy with it. Great yields, great smoke, great bag appeal, clones easily. Most people like it too. It's not my personal favorite, but it's best overall as far as quality/yield.
     
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    Bad Karma

    Bad Karma Well-Known Member

    Birthday Cake
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    NrthrnMichigan

    NrthrnMichigan Well-Known Member

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    NrthrnMichigan

    NrthrnMichigan Well-Known Member

    Up close after 4 weeks in the jar. Wed Mar 29 16-47-05.jpg Wed Mar 29 17-06-28.jpg
     
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    Amos Otis

    Amos Otis Well-Known Member

    Just dried and ready to sample. Brisco County's Phantom Stash.

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    Amos Otis

    Amos Otis Well-Known Member

    I named my tan and cream lab Charlie Murphy, after seeing a repeat of the comedy gem of many Chappelle Show nuggets a few years ago.

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    Adios, 'Darkness".

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    mr. childs

    mr. childs Well-Known Member

    ...gusto...
     
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    BobBitchen

    BobBitchen Well-Known Member

    Slymer... IMG_7739.jpg IMG_7745.jpg IMG_7749.jpg

    as trimmed as she's gonna be :weed:
     
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    mr. childs

    mr. childs Well-Known Member

    i favor a trim like yours. i dont care for tumbled nugs, and completely shaved nugs. but of course i am not a big hash maker or a commercial op trimming 100 units a week either... and i am proponent of dry trim...
     
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    BobBitchen

    BobBitchen Well-Known Member

    tighter trim cost more, or they can finish where I left off..
    got a freezer full of trim as it is.
     
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    mr. childs

    mr. childs Well-Known Member

    me & you both... old pic image.jpg
     
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    Southerner

    Southerner Well-Known Member

    I've come around to doing a dry trim as well. Ive also started drying the whole plant in as large of sections as I can get away with. I've found A HUGE increase in flavor and smell in my final product. I chose to wet trim for close to 4 years or more and would also break the plant down to small branches for a quicker dry. I hate the act of dry trimming, huge pain in the ass IMO, but I cant turn back now.
     
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    mr. childs

    mr. childs Well-Known Member

    hanging whole is excellent, letting the plant continue to do its thing, those oils and trichs are changing still, just because we chop it down doesnt mean the fruit we harvest is immediately dead. image.jpg i trim over glass or steel/aluminum.
     
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    Bakersfield

    Bakersfield Well-Known Member

    I fell into dry trimming years ago as a way to harvest and preserve my harvest, so I could trim at my own leisure as needed.
    I also love the fact that I trim as much with my fingers as I do with the scissors.
    Plus I don't waste my time trimming smaller buds that shrink up to nothing.
     
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    Amos Otis

    Amos Otis Well-Known Member

    This is not a weed post. Lots of things are more important than weed.

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    Bakersfield

    Bakersfield Well-Known Member

    This is probably a good place to post my Ice River Genetics: Scourge (GSC X Chem4 X SKS). I was given a pack by DBJ as a GLG promotional freebie for spending too much money on seeds last Black Friday.
    I somehow ended up with 4 females out of 5 seeds, if my faded memory is correct. 1 of the females looked to be finished at 5 weeks and I let her go 6 for good measure. Verdict, it sucked! It was super gross tasting with a very mediocre and dull high.
    I pulled the remaining 3 today at day 61. Although these are the most petite buds that I have ever grown, they do have their charm. They're super frosty and dense, with the sweetest skunk smell I have experienced since growing a pack of Sensi Seeds Skunk #1 post Operation Green merchant.
    I'll get back with yuze on how they smoke and if they were worth the real estate, but here's a few pics to show.
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