Discussion in 'Organics' started by CaptainCAVEMAN, Nov 7, 2016.
Here's a lousy pic of Critical Hog at 8.5 weeks. I'll get better pictures at harvest.
What kind of smells you getting from the hog and you overall opinion on her???
Chopped my Raspberry D 5 days ago. Seems like I gave it a bit low humidity when drying as is was ready for the jars after only five days.
I recognize some of your description of taste and stone, but guess it needs a couple of weeks in the jar before I really can telle. Liked both taste and effect (I really liked the high), but I think my phenotype leans a bit more towards Sour D than yours as the taste and especially the high feels so (Still a "different" tast with berry (or fruit) in it and still more stoney than Sour D, but quite uplifting).
I will keep this strain in my small, but growing library
Smells good, sweet but not too strong. It has a good high, but it doesn't grow tall enough for me. This is the last run of this strain for me. OG Critical beat out this strain.
That's the Critical Hog in the back.
Here is a Blue Venom in a 5g plastic pot of ROLS flowered for 11 weeks.
Awhile back I thought I'd try topping once, letting it grow up and then tying it down to the pot like a big claw. It would work well for a short grow, but I was hoping it would grow up taller into a 4 to 6 foot tall column of plant 2' deep.
This strain is super frosty, head high, a bit too racy for me. It's a bit lacking in the smell and taste. This is the third time I've run it. First 2 runs it displayed a few male flowers that I cut out effectively, so I made 3 it's last run and this time no male flowers.
Organics is a beautiful thing isn't it? looks very nice man... too bad you culled her! little too quick with the hatchet Oh well! There will always be something better that comes along. there always seems to be anyway lol.
Yea that short plant was killing my back so I'd had enough of it.
Here's Critical Hog. The buds are quite dense.
I'm so far behind on posting pics due to the riu outages.
Also wasn't sure I want to keep investing time in something that may not be here later. Decided to keep going.
This one is Jack Herrer. Smells great, tastes great, feels great, grows short. I didn't take clones for that last reason.
Here's a Critical Sensi Star.
Rocky Mountain Ring Of Fire, is that similar to Rocky Mountain Oysters? LOL
Nice work, BTW!
Here's another Critical Sensi Star. This one is in a 20g smart pot but it's only 3\4 full of recycled organic living soil.
Thank you. And no, they are very different things.
This one is called Afrodite. It was flowered for a full 12 weeks in 3g plastic pot of recycled organic living soil. It smells incredible. It did not grow tall so no clones were taken and it's a one time run from fem seed.
I definitely sound like a crazy motherfucker... At least to myself!
Me too man!
Here's a couple Critical Jack Herrer's from clone. I keep a couple extra plants in 1g plastic pots in case thefe's a hiccup for some reason or another. I now need to master the skill of tossing them when there are too many.
This one flowered for 12 weeks in 15g smart pots of rols.
I had to get another humidifier as the temps warm up in order to keep the humidity up arount 70%. $45 in the fall, $30 in the spring.
One of the only problems I'm having with this way of growing is that it is way too easy to put just one more plant in the ring.
Say, is it just me or is there any relationship between that Critical Jack Herer and the Jilly Bean? Just from how some of the buds are, and those very orange pistils
Good luck with that!!!
Oh and if you develop any techniques for it, please do share!
Here is another Critical Jack Herrer, just one this time. Also in a 15g smart pot of rols. This one only flowered 10 weeks.
I love this strain!
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