Discussion in 'Harvesting And Curing' started by chb444220, May 12, 2010.
Headband x pennywise outdoor pre harvest. 9.5 wks of flower. Cutting her down tomorrow
Big buddah cheese
Fire Cookies V1#12 x Chiquita Banana.....
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Blue city diesel. Week 7. Second crop ever.
Dinachem has guava roots that I found to be very nice when I grew that breed out. Enjoy.
I don't know what you mean?
I believe that a Guava strain was used in making that breed.
To create Dinachem, we have had the privilege of getting an original ChemDog mother from 1991, through the breeder who created, and a lot GuavaChem seeds which is a stabilized descendant of ChemDog. The original clone is 21 years old, and shows lack of vigor due to its age, this has complicated the development of our work, as it is a very delicate plant, but finally we made it.We provided the best care to achieve the best results.
I thought that my Dinachem had a hint of guava flavor at the time.
(that was what I was rambling about ;0)
Thanks. I didn't realize what guava was.
how did you like the Dinachem? I guess there will only be a few phenos if they stabilized it.
I lied lol this is day before harvest. Time well spent whole thing turned purple!
I put the Headband under the 315 LEC for only 2 days and this is the result. The Super HPS alone did not turn this plant any colors.
wtf did it SNOW on your girl. DAMN 3 thumbs up....
But I don't want to picture what that third thumb might be. Lol
I have grown it out twice....once was not strong enough to re-run, but the other
was easily, was re-run, and is missed. :0)
Very large and very crusty buds.
Here's a wifi pheno I think I'm gonna keep. Pretty close to the kick ass one I had 4-5 yrs ago.
Couldn't take a pic with the lights out right at 8weeks
The wifi is making a comeback
a half lunch sack of drying hell mint, nothing like a good brown bag cure lol
Nice of you to pack me a lunch.
just don't trade any of it to the goddam finklestein shit kid
Hanging proud pennywise x headband from Hawaii cannabis care
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