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  • Canuck147
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    Right eye lens was replaced - left eye lens has been hanging on by a thread for over 50 years due to a childhood accident and cannot be replaced unless I want a new lens sutured on.

  • Canuck147
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    So - laser eye surgery happened on Tuesday - had the lens with the cataract on it replaced. Yesterday was blurry but wow the brightness in my world increased significantly. Today to go along with the bright world I had forgotten everything is in focus. Bright and sharp - I'm seeing colors on my plants I didn't know were there.

    Here's a few bud shots from all 3



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  • Dannyboy58
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    Wish I could see the photos. They pop open then the screen just gets dark. How old are they now? My NL autos are 2 weeks into flower.

  • panalilies
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    I had to lower my lights and set them to 50% since they were making it wayy to hot (like 87f) in the tent. Back down to low 80s right now

  • Ckbrew
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    Here is my take on auto training. These were supposed to be photos, but at week 7 under 18/6 they sprouted flowers. Two clones were taken from the first mothers (not supposed to be able to do this, but I did) with LST, Then three sister seeds were sprouted four weeks ago. I am training the new seedlings just like the first two, so they should manifold nicely.

    The first two of the group:

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  • Puglover1
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    panalilies Lily, here are the midgets before and after I watered, and threaded the hooks. Doesn't look like much but I can see through Lemon, and part of the runt's hidden stem. Their tops feel like a big fat nug. I don't know what else to do with them right now. Bizzaro girls. I hope Chewy can make up for some of my yield. Temps in the 90's will be back in a few days.

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  • Catfish22
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    I guess I should have put a net across it. Some of the branches are going to need support. I suppose I should order some yoyos!

  • HobbitGDF
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    they havent opened yet but there are more pods now. ive been looking at pictures and trying to see what they look like pre and post pop.

    they be getting close.... im excited. my strawberry pie auto is on like wk2 flower (wk6) so i need them pollen sacs to open now so i can knock her up.
    i will only try to pollinate one branch of each SP. 2 different phenos (one tall one bushy).
    hopefully the babies strawberry mimosa evo pie FAST? ones 30% and 26% thc so hopefully the offspring will be in upper 20s-30

  • Catfish22
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    Like a weed.

  • JeffInCanada
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    Still stretching?

  • JeffInCanada
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    Yup, nice buds...good number of them too. Bet she's getting stinky

  • JeffInCanada
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    Looking real nice Canuck147 Top pics really showing dark bud colours, almost purple. Chunky frosty buds too. I think I remember that you go pretty much full amber (hope that's right)...check the trichs yet?

  • Puglover1
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    Might not look like much but I threaded the needle (plant hooks): Chewy is laid down exposing bud sites; you can see through Lemon's stem; part of the runt's stem is visible. The cat topped Chewy at node 4.

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  • Canuck147
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    Here's my tent today.



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  • Puglover1
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    Ah, the first post all 3 pics are the same plant? I'm wondering if mine will pull its buds outward because of weight, and I'd be concerned for rot on mine but my RH is 40% average - light heat & AC running w/doors partly open, waiting for an intact ceiling fan to arrive. I thought in flower RH was supposed to be up to 50%.

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