anyone wanna show off their Illinois grow!?!

Myk63

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A picture from today. Not as colorful of a bud as the above but frostier. Crazy foxtailing on this, not sure if it's the variety or the abuse this plant has taken. I don't care, it all vapes the same and this will be making a lot of edibles if I get as much as it looks like.

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I thought the high CBD varieties were supposed to make little buds. I didn't get clones to root so I won't be making a 2nd feminized seed run of this variety but I can't wait to see what Lovelace can do with some proper training young.
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PatientGuddanStownd

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pretty happy with my harvest. i chopped earlier this month.

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this was a few days before harvest. i like mine on the early side.

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Hung branches for about a week. Then paper bagged for another 4 days.

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C99, 2 plants. Each quart jar has a zip. The pint had under an ounce.

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Pretty damn sticky. The smell is crazy. This was an organic grow and is hands down some of the smoothest smoke I've ever had.
 

JimmiP

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Here's a few more pictures from, "Parts Unknown!"20201021_074307.jpg20201021_073949.jpg20201021_073507.jpg20201020_083725.jpg20201016_112526.jpg20201016_112223.jpg
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I started harvesting the I.G. Cush, then decided to wait on most of it for a little while longer. But its time has come. The rest of them still have a while to go.
I'm really loving seeing everyone's grow pics! They make my day!
Good luck friends!20201017_124707.jpg
 
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JimmiP

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Here's a few more pictures from, "Parts Unknown!"View attachment 4721384View attachment 4721389View attachment 4721390View attachment 4721391View attachment 4721393View attachment 4721394
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I started harvesting the I.G. Cush, then decided to wait on most of it for a little while longer. But its time has come. The rest of them still have a while to go.
I'm really loving seeing everyone's grow pics! They make my day!
Good luck friends!View attachment 4721412
@Dr. Walter Bishop , I freaking love your screen name!
 

JimmiP

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The Sour Banana Sherbet plants were getting super top heavy. And the buds had started to lay down on one another. So yesterday I had my buddy stop over to install a third trellis net for them. These two plants are going to be the last to finish and are already covered in the stickiest mess of trichomes in there.,
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Needless to say we were sticking to everything by the time we were done.
Next spring the nets are going up before the plants go in!
Hope everyone is doing great! And happy harvest time!
 

Myk63

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Seems like I routinely produce 8oz in 2x2. 2 harvests of the same variety, 3 plants=8oz, 1 plant better trained=A little more than 8oz. Latest harvest untrained, 8oz.
 

JimmiP

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Seems like I routinely produce 8oz in 2x2. 2 harvests of the same variety, 3 plants=8oz, 1 plant better trained=A little more than 8oz. Latest harvest untrained, 8oz.
Well damned if ya do, or ya do, or ya don't? LOL
Seriously though thats not bad at all. And you're being consistent with space. So you know everything you're doing now works. With that same strain, you could now adjust your parameters slightly (like one thing at a time) and see if things improve from that given point in the plants time-line. Thats kind of a cool position to be in if you like that strain and want to run it again.
 

Myk63

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Well damned if ya do, or ya do, or ya don't? LOL
Seriously though thats not bad at all. And you're being consistent with space. So you know everything you're doing now works. With that same strain, you could now adjust your parameters slightly (like one thing at a time) and see if things improve from that given point in the plants time-line. Thats kind of a cool position to be in if you like that strain and want to run it again.
The first one will definitely be grown many more times, I like my homegrown better than the same variety from a dispensary. Just training it got more than 8oz but I lost more to bud rot. I'll probably go ahead and use potassium bicarbonate from now on and get more fans after this last grow with silica and a fan.

I'm sure with proper training the last one will do better. If I like it. I has potential to make some big kolas. I have it figured up I can do another run of it after the next one is done and get it harvested before the strawberries are sending out botrytis spores.

The next one should be trained right for my space from the start. I'm on a new drug that seems to be working.
 

JimmiP

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The first one will definitely be grown many more times, I like my homegrown better than the same variety from a dispensary. Just training it got more than 8oz but I lost more to bud rot. I'll probably go ahead and use potassium bicarbonate from now on and get more fans after this last grow with silica and a fan.

I'm sure with proper training the last one will do better. If I like it. I has potential to make some big kolas. I have it figured up I can do another run of it after the next one is done and get it harvested before the strawberries are sending out botrytis spores.

The next one should be trained right for my space from the start. I'm on a new drug that seems to be working.
Guess what I have growing right next to the hoop house, on both sides..? Strawberries and raspberries lol! No bud rot. Of course I treat them as well.
 

Harvest76

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7 weeks flowered. Shooting for 8, maybe 9 weeks. Gelato and Nicole x Banana. The Gelato have made dozens and dozens of golfball sized rock hard nugs and a few large colas, but the NB have made a dozen or so very large colas, some 9 inches long and 3 inches wide at the base, and a bunch of smaller dense nugs. I think I'll pull 2 lbs or more from this harvest based on past experience. 20201028_185822.jpg20201028_185503.jpg20201028_185543.jpg20201028_185203.jpg20201028_185133.jpg
 
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