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Discussion in 'Micro Growing Discussion' started by Maria Sanchez, Mar 16, 2018.
Nice work Maria!
Very nice ladies you have there. Keep on going and growing.
Thank you @Need4Weed -- I'm particularly happy with the Jackpots, after their poor start.
Two chunky micro ladies in a 2L pot, but they're taking their sweet time... supposed to be 70 days...
Thanks, @Nosias . I'm hiding the Charlotte's Angel... she's not well and a bit shy to show her face.
Great work, @Maria Sanchez !!
Thank you @E Grower ! The Heavyweights (Jackpot and Strawberry) have been slow.
But in the end they look like nice quality plants.
The taller Jackpot is really quite sticky and crystal coated,
the smaller Jackpot has a strange structure, less pistils up top, but bigger bracts, less crystal, but beautiful lemon bouquet.
Size wise, both will prob be quite similar I think.
The Strawberry is supposed to be Indica dominant, but her buds ... still quite light and pistil fluffy.
I hope her calyxes start to swell soon. She's really only just putting out her bouquet now.
Crystal development on her is very nice though. Hope her smoke is not too heavy, I think it looks good for me.
And that was a very nice description
I hope my Heavy Weight Wioe Out Express is that pretty when she natures. Have seen some nice pistils start then she grows like a weed again but, that is probably due to me not having a watering schedule and part from being a big humidity problem this year. We are 5" above normal on rainfall and also set records of high temps for the whole month of May. It's been very very "thick" outside and we do not use a dehumidifier. Unusual here for us to be like this.
I'm sure I will do better on my soil grow as I gain experience with it.
Thanks, @hairyman ! I'm usually not that good at describing aromas and flavors.
But I have a fair idea of plant structure.
Hope your Wipe Out Express does well!!
We've been well under normal rainfall here.
Usually May / spring rains barely came at all.
Now some mild rain, a month late.
But the temps have been high.
Regularly over 30C for maybe 6 weeks now.
My plants are on west facing enclosed balcony,
so it gets very hot in the late afternoon.
And just a circulating fan on them.
Luckily no crazy foxtailing on them.
And they are enjoying the lower than usual RH.
Which is really just regular RH anywhere else, maybe ~70%.