FairlyNew Vs A-Train

Who won this epic battle?

  • FairlyNew

    Votes: 21 38.2%
  • A-Train

    Votes: 34 61.8%

  • Total voters
    55
  • Poll closed .

F.N.

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WOW nice haul bro Mine felt heavy I can tell you that much. Her sister plant was a nice haul she is drying as I type the latter of the two I grew was definitely bigger but same structure and smell over all
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WOW nice haul bro Mine felt heavy I can tell you that much. Her sister plant was a nice haul she is drying as I type the latter of the two I grew was definitely bigger but same structure and smell over allView attachment 553300
Nice bike, I could see it better if someone moved that plant. Ha, great pull, awesome plant.

Cheers

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F.N.

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I did not weigh her my man. I filled two of the biggest mason jars you can buy. I will get some scales coming up just to answer that question and start and give the weight of my plants for those who want to know. In the last year I have noticed an explosion of wicked auto growers on this site simple as that. 100 gram plants are normal LOL
 
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Yep 100 gramers seem to be all over the place now, I am still trying to explore the true yield potential of some of the Dutch Passion Auto strains, I think they can get even bigger than the 1000gramer @Mr ganjamoto grew a couple years ago. The game has truly changed just for the simple fact that I can give these babies 24 hours of light so they can photosynthesize throughout the whole grow, and I don't have to worry about light leaks and all of the other stuff that comes along with photos. Here is a link to what I am thinking of doing for my next grow here in a couple of months when I am back in CO. I really want to see how big an auto can get when you take all of the environmental variables and max them out :)