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    I did the same thing on my last harvest, YYCannabis. At least to Big Bertha. It saves a lot of touchy feely. I also hold stems when I trim so I'm not knocking off trichs.
    Damn fine plants.

    Pineapple Kush Fem - Solo - 09/19
    Clone topped from goner - Aloe'd - Solo
    Sunshine
    HLG 360 Elite
    Fox Farm Ocean Forest soil
    Fox Farm Trio nutes
    Cal-Mag
    Root Excelurator Gold

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      Thanks you all for the help. I'll try each suggestion😀.

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        Wow. Those are some huge buds. Sheesh.😲😲😲😀

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        • YYCannabis
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          The strain is called Big Bang autoflower. These are my first grow, chosen because they are suppose to be “beginner friendly” and tolerant of mistakes. Which they certainly were tolerant.

          The breeder says 6 wk flowering indoors....my plants took 19 wks from seed to harvest due to, I’m assuming, my mistakes dragging out the growth time. Also says 900g/m2...I’m not sure if I’ll surpass that with 3 of these ladies having matured really well. The fourth one...well...she didn’t fair as well.

          https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/big-bang-auto.html

        The last of my first grow cane down tonight. She is magnificent.

        Before...Ah crap. I forgot before photos.
        But here is one from part way through. All I wanted to do was put my face in there and rub all those crystals against my face.

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        6 hrs later...she’s trimmed high n tight


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        And finally put up to dry...

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        I need to go jar shopping 😁

        Over 30 yrs of back pain management without ever having a pharmacist give me a bottle of pills. Thank you Mother Nature and all the hippies from the ‘60s that became weed-masters.

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        • YYCannabis
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          SmashGuitar Thankfully not. I dont know what/why the buds grew so huge. I’m not going to complain about it, just don’t know enough about it since these are my first attempt at cannabis.
          I have one seed left of this strain. I’ll try it in 2020 and see if I get the same results.

        • DingusKhan
          DingusKhan commented
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          As my second favorite internet grow guru says: "yield is the result of light, and quality is a result of grower talent." I would say that you have done very well with the help you've received. That's called talent.

        • Woodsman67
          Woodsman67 commented
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          Your first attempt was beyond excellent. I grew weed for 3 years before I even understood flowering. Amazing and I have followed this a bit and you have definitely made me auto curious.

        It’s been 8 days since the switch to 12/12; fed transition nute solution alternating with Fish Sh!t @ 5mL/gallon over the last week. Skipped one day as pots were a little heavy, but they are drinking almost a quart a day. Also pictured are the various nutrients I use with RO water, want to simplify it but am having good results so it’s hard to change 😉 weekly updates posted under Purple Urkle grow https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...ple-urkle-grow

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        4’x4’x6 1/2’ tent, Nextlight Mega, Roots Organics 707 soil in 5 gallon square plastic planters, GH Flora Series Performance Pack nutes alternated with Fish Sh!t in RO water
        https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...ple-urkle-grow

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          Hey there BIG BOY..! What’s your name? My name is AMBER.....

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          • SoOrbudgal
            SoOrbudgal commented
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            High Amber

          • SoOrbudgal
            SoOrbudgal commented
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            Oh boy Black Cherry got 2 going and 3 clones of her in the wings. Can't wait.

          • Farmall
            Farmall commented
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            SoOrbudgal I’m sure you’ll love them. The buds are very very dense and hard and the trichomes fill out the sugar leaves for the entire length and some of them are 1” long... either you’ll have great trim or loaded buds. I left a bunch in place as it just looked like it should be there 👍

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          You may win the race, but you pass all the best things in life on the way.

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          • YYCannabis
            YYCannabis commented
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            This. Is. Awesome.

          • Woodsman67
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            I love all the stuff shared here. Thanks! Very cool

          • LurkingInTheGrass
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            Did anybody else hear Sir David Attenborough while reading the bottom?

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          • Greenlivin
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            Farmall thanks. It looks like there was quite a bit of growth from week 4.5 to harvest? I’m just trying to get an idea how much these buds can beef up in the last 4-5 weeks. I just ended the 4th week of flower of my first grow.

          • Farmall
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            Depending on strain and environmental conditions they could double in weight. Getting them to this stage is a chore but now going the full distance takes some careful monitoring. Temp(both day and night) pH, humidity, lighting( a big one) nutrients, and watering. Gee, it’s basically another 4-5 maybe 6-8 weeks but this is where things get real good. i Seem to noticing that the time it takes to go from crystal clear trichomes to amber heads is taking longer as many as 3 weeks longer so just hang in there and keep looking

          • BlueberryGIrl
            BlueberryGIrl commented
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            those are beautiful flowers.

          So FECKING crystally!! WOOT
          This just blows my mind. It’s been drying for 7 days so I decided to sample the fruits of my labour. A great smoke with a great heady buzz. Good for getting lost in thought while dry trimming the rest.
          Attached Files
          Over 30 yrs of back pain management without ever having a pharmacist give me a bottle of pills. Thank you Mother Nature and all the hippies from the ‘60s that became weed-masters.

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          • kingfish
            kingfish commented
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            Now that's what I call a Bud, Budd.

          • BlueberryGIrl
            BlueberryGIrl commented
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            beautiful bud. nice colour and the crystals look rich!

          Girls came out for a WPM spray and a photo shoot! I have started flushing the Auto Cheese and Northern Lights x Big bud. Im thinking 2 weeks till harvest for them. My 3 AK-47 photos are really big..too big to work on them in the tent..and a pain in the ass getting them in and out of the tent for maintenance.....something else i need to consider for next grow. Anyway, some pics..
          Shappel S3000 3.5x6x6' ice fishing hut
          2 Viperspectra 600 LED
          45W Root Farm grow/seedling light
          4 Vivosun oscillating fans
          6" Fusion Breath, Fan/Filter
          4" Vivosun fan/filter
          Canna Coco/perlite
          General Hydroponics Flora Series
          Cal/Mag
          FloraNectar
          Lost Coast Plant Therapy(WPM, Thrips,Mites,Aphids etc)


          Current Grow
          3 outdoor Purple Ayahuasca (Barneys)




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          • Farmall
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            No matter how big the tent is, if you can’t get inside it to bend over a plant and work on it, it IS a pain and as you get older, ouch! Stretching to reach the rear side even in a 4 footer (depth) is painful

          • SoOrbudgal
            SoOrbudgal commented
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            No kidding pain, I just showed my hubby what I do and he is going to improvise small plant risers on old little skate type wheels. He ask how I don't bump my head on lights going way back trying to lift them out. I'm very very careful and quick, I have a old who cares type of blanket folded in front of tent to set them on, take a few breaths squat and lift to the tub.

          • Farmall
            Farmall commented
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            SoOrbudgal. You have described it perfectly !

          homegrown, if you are 2 weeks from harvest, I wouldn't spray them with anything. Is gonna make your weed taste shitty.
          "Treachery and Old Age will overcome Youth and Skill"

          Current Grow:

          3 Super Critical CBD Garden of Green seeds
          3 Gelato OG Kush Freebie Seedsman

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          • starramus
            starramus commented
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            homegrown What is it you are using on your WPM spray?

          • homegrown
            homegrown commented
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            hey starramus , im using Lost Coast Plant Therapy for WPM

          Here is my latest harvest. The one standing will get the axe today.
          "Treachery and Old Age will overcome Youth and Skill"

          Current Grow:

          3 Super Critical CBD Garden of Green seeds
          3 Gelato OG Kush Freebie Seedsman

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            Over the course of growing I try to take a few samples of the progressive change that occurs from seed to harvest.. We have seen many pictures of germination, seedling and beautiful flowers but we dont see too many pictures of MOLD and what it looks like magnified. This happened because it throw my discarded samples into a jar to either dry or toss out based on their maturity under the period I cut and photograph them... In the real size, these are white blotches easily seen by contrast against the green or purple buds.. Here is under magnification

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            • BlueberryGIrl
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              cool images.

            • YYCannabis
              YYCannabis commented
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              These are great to be able to see what it looks like. I could see how a new grower might think it’s a mass of thc and not realize it’s mold.

            Originally posted by YYCannabis View Post
            So FECKING crystally!! WOOT
            This just blows my mind. It’s been drying for 7 days so I decided to sample the fruits of my labour. A great smoke with a great heady buzz. Good for getting lost in thought while dry trimming the rest.
            Finally finished trimming and jarring. This girl was almost too dry. First jar measured 51% humidity overnight so I pulled some fresh leaves from the garden and stuffed them in the jar to bring humidity back up.

            Anyways...useable bud turned out at 146 grams (5.1 oz). Trim and amputations is probably close to another 30g.

            Me oh so impressed with that plants output. Click image for larger version

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            Over 30 yrs of back pain management without ever having a pharmacist give me a bottle of pills. Thank you Mother Nature and all the hippies from the ‘60s that became weed-masters.

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            • YYCannabis
              YYCannabis commented
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              JohnEmad There were four of these to start. But one plant, “Runty”, was always sickly and yielded just 20 grams. If she would have developed on par with the other three, 1lb might have been possible.

              Farmall I’m certainly going to acknowledge that beginners luck is the biggest part of it. I have one more seed of that strain. I’m thinking of planting it in the spring and see if I get the same results now that I’m a little more experienced.

            • DingusKhan
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              The best confidence builder is putting pot that you grew up in jars. Now that you've done it, all your grows are going to be so much easier.

            • YYCannabis
              YYCannabis commented
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              Finally trimmed the third plant. Another 2.5oz now puts me up at almost 12 oz for the 3 plants.

            I'm always busy in the garden. Whether its herb, herbs, veggies or flowers I love growing. It's a peace of mind no one can take away. So these lovely ladies are a cross of Gold Lemon I got from Gold Leaf in Colorado 2 years ago. A single seed has given me 2 years of clones and seed crossed with sour diesel, kush and soon to be gold nugget. This is my first flowering of my own crossing. I'm excited to say the least. Looking for the best of the best here and I mean quality. For size reference the air pots are 3 gal. The light is currently 600 watt Metal Halide. Switching to 12/12 and 600 watt HPS in the morning.
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            Lighting systems:
            600 W HID/HPS
            450 Viparspectra
            4 ft T8 bulb X6

            Grow medium:
            Coco/perlite/soil mix

            Nutrients:
            Calmag, Alaska 5.1.1, Foxfarms Growbig, Foxfarms big bloom, Foxfarms Tiger bloom, Granny's unsulfured molasses

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            • Mr.furley
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              Very nice Woodsman67
              It is always nice to see the fruits of one's labor come full cycle whatever milestone it may be.

            • Woodsman67
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              The plant in reveg is the very last living clone from that mother plant. Or more like clone from a clone from the mother plant. I was going to let that be the end of it but this line has consistently proved itself. So I am doing one more cycle. Or 2.

            • BlueberryGIrl
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              your plants look really healthy and strong. I too am a gardener and chicken keeper. I love both. Getting my hands in the soil, working with nature....I think that this is what is missing in so many peoples lives, that contact with life. anyway, nice grow!

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