Compound HQ's Grows

DoubleAtotheRON

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Congrats on getting through another harvest Bandit, I hope you and Frog can kick back for a minute and enjoy some downtime. Have you cracked the wine bottle today?
Thanks man!...LOL!... I literally just poured a glass before I saw this!.... Machines are clean, and the ladies are final trimming 3 pans of nugs..... I didn't even touch a pair of Fiskars this whole harvest, except to take down live colas. I just fed the machine, and passed them over..... Whew!, what a long almost month!
 

DoubleAtotheRON

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@Flatrate ... and yessir, me and Frog are gonna go spend a couple of weeks up in Alaska very soon. Security will be on the property while we're gone. We're just gonna clone these mothers, and start again in October. ... gonna try to avoid the Croptober of 2022. This round needs to cure for a few weeks anyways before we take it to market.
 

DoubleAtotheRON

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Lucky bastard! Just when I was semi retired I signed up to help my father in law and now working more than full work weeks and I cut back from my union job to do so LOL. Anyways I hope you both enjoy Alaska, stay classy my friend.
Will do bud!.... Im gonna post a pre harvest pic and have another final weight contest when we get it. It's not a million bucks, but it's a free Compound HQ T-shirt. We should have the final by next week.
 

DoubleAtotheRON

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Nice set up and harvest there! How do you like those machines? I've been thinking about getting one or a trim pal. Is there much touch up afterwards?
It’s an awesome machine if your shit is dense. Larfy stuff take a lot longer to grind down. But if your buds are dense, it does about 90% of the work... and it will follow the contours of the bud, and not grind it down to a gemstone.
 

DoubleAtotheRON

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And just like a fine wine maker... we’ll not release any of it till it’s time. When it’s cured, it’s ready. Most peeps around here just pop it on the market when it’s dry, but we take our time and make sure we get a good months cure on it before we let it go to market. It takes patience, but it’s a better product in the end.
 

Alctrz8849

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And just like a fine wine maker... we’ll not release any of it till it’s time. When it’s cured, it’s ready. Most peeps around here just pop it on the market when it’s dry, but we take our time and make sure we get a good months cure on it before we let it go to market. It takes patience, but it’s a better product in the end.
I hope you advertise the hell out of that fact direct to customers somehow!! That is an added service that I think you should be paid for!
 
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