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    #16
    Did u have to give it cold weather to change? And thank u for finding that for me

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    • trippergreenfeet
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      End of Summer for us down here for heading, but that can sometime be the hottest part of the year. Although where I am this year the season has been quite late compared to the usual, but we have not completely come out of last years El Nino event so to be expected.

    • desertdan
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      Mine were pink in the hottest part of summer. My pics would not load. Great smoke.

    #17
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    • Jibblerjoe
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      It's fully loaded with trics.

    • NebulaHaze
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      Gorgeous!

    #18
    Ya man that's a lot of sugar!!!! That looks awesome

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        #20
        That's so beautiful how do u make it turn that color? Ph temp???

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        • Jibblerjoe
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          The plant does it. Smelled like pledge.

        #21
        Some pics from a Northern Lights clone, outdoor of course ... only one clone from three that went pink. This one smells like spearmint too, very unusual compared to the rest of em ... gonna try and keep this one going over winter to see if I can perpetuate this little mutant.

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        • NebulaHaze
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          Beautiful pics! It's so interesting that just 1 of 3 clones ended up being pink. I've also heard of that happening with clones before. It definitely seems like the environment may have something to do with it. For some strains, it seems that cool nights and/or warm days trigger the plant to turn colors, but some of the time it's more of a mystery what causes some to change while others don't. Do you know if this pink plant experienced anything different from the others? In any case, combined with the smell it sounds like you found a winner!

        #22
        All three plants grew in same conditions, full sun all day ... the weather has had cool nights, down to 2°C with warm days up to 40°C.
        I expected all three to show colour after this one started to show but never happened ... what I can say is t
        hat there is no difference in flavour or effect between the three.

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          #23
          Thanks for the info, that's really interesting!

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