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  • GardenLady
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    Well that's good then. My grandsons are here and I was afraid I would have to put her in the shed. But it's ok. And they are leaving today.

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  • s62
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    Usually the smell changes from cannabis to cut grass when harvested. It takes a few days for the smell to start coming back and the grassy smell to dissipate.

  • GardenLady
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    starramus. I grew amnesia haze this year. Basically cuz it was the free seeds I got. Planted two one was male. Just harvested mine Friday. She had some amber and yellows. I wanted her a little more mellow..my son tried her without being cured said she was good. I hope to jar mine this week. It's funny though. She really smelled yummy outside and I was worried about her hanging and smelling the house up. There is hardly any smell to her now. Hope that's ok. But she's still really sticky. And I think I might have to get one of thos microscopes like yours. I love looking at things through them.....
    your photos are awesome..😃

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  • starramus
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    I had better stop playing with my microscopes as i have a shit ton of cannabis to jar. The local homeless are going to be in a festive mood this year!

  • starramus
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    Click image for larger version

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ID:	342157 Here's a couple pics using a cheap $10.00 digital I picked up on Amazon. Jiusion is the name. Some will tell you the Chinese are ripping us off, but I am certain it is the reverse. Try building one of these digital microscopes in your garage. The strain of the bud is unknown as it came from a long line of flukes. Started out as a White Widow that had the loveliest violet blooms which yielded daughter of Purple Mystery. DOPM was pollinated by yet another unknown yielding this obviously Sativa which I have christened Long Tall Sally. As you can see she's ripe for chopping.

    These were done on my junk 2003 XP computer I have installed the Lubuntu operating system onto. I keep it in the grow room in the barn my "he shed".

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  • YYCannabis
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    Very interesting. It wonder if there would be a difference if one plant was done 12 hrs later. I wonder if anybody has done any taste tests?

  • starramus
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    Supposedly at that time everything you don't want up in the plant is down in the root ball. I believe that to be another traditional mythology, but I usually get up at that time anyway so what the hell.
    Last edited by starramus; 10-13-2019, 10:30 PM.

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  • YYCannabis
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    Looks great. But why are you chopping down at 3:00 in the morning?!

  • starramus
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    Amnesia Haze with just a hint of amber to make things interesting. Will be chopped tomorrow at 3:00 AM. Click image for larger version

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  • YYCannabis
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    Lol...you’re a deep thinker way beyond me. YYC is the airport code near where I live. (YYC = Calgary International airport)

  • SoOrbudgal
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    LOL As beautiful as those balls are they are not allowed to flaunt next to my girls.

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Outstanding starramus . Amazing shot!

  • starramus
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    YYCannabis Your user name reminds me somewhat of a stellar designation such as Y Canum Venaticorum a well known carbon star. As carbon stars go my favorite has to be U Cygni. http://www.starobserver.eu/articles/ucygni/ Might you be into amateur astronomy?

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  • alltatup
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    BEautiful pics, YY!!! Mother Nature rules.

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