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  1. Thanks guys! Here she is at day 29 of flower. Plenty of frost on this girl, and the smell is really coming in fruit and banana. She's leggy, I'm not sure if she'll yield a whole lot. She is a moderate to heavy feeder, and I over vegged her a bit so some of the plants yellowed their fans leaves a bit. Got them on vegamatrix to finish the run. The girl in the 7 gallon container faired well, so she will be my model for future runs.

     

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  2. Getting back at the journal now that the holidays have passed, here she is at day 29. Plenty of frost developing, and the smell is classic lemon skunk with sweet undertones. The stems are rock solid, no real need for support but I will still tie them up for training. She's stacking well, too, as each of those colas is roughly a foot long :)

     

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  3. This is my first time running this girl. She is a cross between orgnkid's Banana OG and Cookies and Cream. Cookies and Cream is Mystery Cookies x Starfighter [Lemon Alien Dawg (Alien Dawg x Lemon Kush) x Tahoe Alien (Tahoe OG x Alien Kush)]. I gifted a few of these beans to a friend and got this cut back. The bud smells/tastes like banana with some cinnamon and a touch of kush. They are under 600w hortilux hps lamps, and they are in a modified supersoil.

     

    Here they are at 4 days flower:

     

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  4. I'm going to resurrect this journal from the dead. I just recently flipped some Lemon Meringue #3 girls in my main flowering room. Temps stable at 71-74, 40-50% RH. I chose to keep the #3 cut because I found the smell/taste combo to be just like the lemon oreos with jelly in the center. The high is about 60/40 sativa. She is also very stout structurally. She's flowering under 600w hortilux hps bulbs, and planted in supersoil modeled after Subcool's mix, though modified to up K and focus on plant based fertilizers.

     

    Here she is at 4 days flower:

     

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  5. Well, I ended up running them 11.5 weeks. I went on vacation the entire month of June, and they suffered some heat and drought stress in my absence. The #2 pheno and #3 pheno faired pretty well, the #1 pheno was not as fortunate. On the plus side all 3 survived and did not hermi, stress test passed with flying colors

     

    Here is pheno #3, she smells of sweet lemon. I'll be multi topping this cut when I run her in a 5 gallon container

     

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  6. Here the girls are at 5 weeks for phenos 1 and 3, week 3 for pheno 2. All 3 have exhibited lemon skunk dominance in the smell. And all 3 look like they will finish with plenty of frost. Pheno #3 is starting to turn some of its hairs, she will probably be the earliest finisher. #3 is still going strong worth its traditional kush pole plant stricture. Pheno #1 is really putting on weight giving her the most commercially promising structure.

     

    Here are the girls:

     

    Lemon Meringue #1

     

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    Lemon Meringue #2

     

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    Lemon Meringue #3

     

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  7. Glad to have you along Hempy, Saxo! Yeah, there is not too much information on this strain other than two or three pictures from the breeder. I am drawn to any regular cross with Lemon Skunk since it seems to dominate the smell/taste and I really enjoy the creamy lemon signature.


  8. I'm picking this journal up at the 3rd week of flower.

     

    This is Lemon Mirengue by Exotic Genetix (Lemon Skunk x Cookies and Cream). The one on the left is pheno #1, pheno #3 is on the right. Both have the classic lemon skunk sweet lemon smell. The frost is outstanding, I will post close ups of the tops in the morning. They are both being grown in an organic supersoil based primarily on kelp meal, neem seed meal, and others. The base is a mixture of ocean forest, lucky dog, Alaskan forest humus, worm castings. They are in 2 gallon containers.

     

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  9. Haha, yeah I don't think anyone saw that and said, "I want that strain." However, it calls into question whether the site is using verified pictures of his gear. I only came across that pic doing early research toward a possible purchase and even the main pic of the strain is from an outside source (420magazine). There seem to be few journals of the strain, and my pic is the first to show up in google images. I have heard that he does good work (which is why I was there), and it frustrates me that I can't get an honest representation. It may not be his decision as I doubt he administers his own site, and he also seems to pay for used pic submissions with free seeds, both of which present opportunities for error.

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