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Misterdirt

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  1. Between this and the freebies, looks like Hella Dank wins.
  2. @gregsterI have tried both https://seedsherenow.com and https://www.dankseed.store. For Seeds Here Now I made 2 orders. One was right after that Trump stooge fucked up the postal service to stop mail-in ballots, so it took about a month to get from Oregon to Michigan. The second time, it was very quick. Hella Dank Seed Company is also fast — and they unexpectedly sent me freebies, which the other guys did not. (The Cream) Whichever one has what you want will work. They're honest brokers. However, I doubt they'd replace an order that didn't make it, if they were not somehow at fault. I would say anything crossed with his male Arise is going to be very potent. I have a couple of fems to try that obviously don't involve that male, but I haven't cracked them yet. This cross is definitely a Holy Shit kind of cross. It does not have nearly the lemon scent or taste of Smilestyle's Lemon Thai f3, but it could easily be twice as potent.
  3. It's time for my official opinion of Lemon Sunrise (Lemon Skunk X Arise; Irie Seeds), because its been curing for a couple of weeks and I just got high AF on it. I'll keep curing it for another couple of weeks, but my opinion doesn't need any curing. It is ready to go. For some reason, I didn't take a pic of my favorite plant. This is my second favorite, by only a slight margin: All three plants looked similar. The difference is in scent, with some slight variation in effects. All three are insanely potent. b I'll try to cover the typical items in smoke report, but I don't have a template in front of me and I'm high AF, as I mentioned, so there could be MISSING ITEMS that will annoy you. But there could also be ADDED ITEMS that will amuse and delight you. Or not. Scent: One plant, my favorite, has a significant skunk scent, very noticeable before the bud even gets to the nose. When the nose arrives within half a centimeter, it notices a lemon scent + 3-day-backpacking-trip-no-shower-armpit-stench bouquet, and it commands the mouth to ooh, ahh and say stuff like "oh man," and/or "ooh, baby." The other two plants had what are more or less a Lemon Pledge scent. If you've smoked Love Potion #1 or LSD, it's a similar scent to that. There is still the presence of a touch of stanky armpit, but not much. If I were going to rate the scent, it would be up there around 8 or 9, so using my sophisticated formula for arriving at a rating (WAY too complicated for me to discuss here! You'd never understand it!), I'll put it at 8.5. Taste: I notice a smoky taste with smoky undertones, with… oh, perhaps a touch of smoke in the background. I usually don't discern much difference in tastes unless I vape, and I have not yet vaped Lemon Sunrise. I'll have to give it a shot, but not this second, so back the fuck off. You're being kind of pushy. Potency: I will get this tested. I believe it's above 25%. On a 1 -10 scale, it's a 9, easily. Effects: If this were in one of my local dispensaries, they'd call it "75-80% sativa." Its very clear, mostly in the head (but with some body) and energizing. It definitely has a nice heart-racy effect. It's the kind of weed I could function fairly well on, but every once in a while i realize that, holy shit, I am high as all fuck. The lemon pledge phenos are slightly more racy than the lemon-skunk-armpit-stank pheno, which also seems to be the more potent of the three. Potency differences are very slight, though. This would be a good strain choice for someone who only cracks a seed or two at a time. Character/structure of buds: People who like nice, dense buds (Who are these people? No one I know, that's for sure.) will be pleased. As sativa doms, go, these babies are pretty solid. Not much in the way of tails. If wispy, airy buds are a 1 and put that bud in a sling shot and kill a squirrel is a 10, these are a solid 7. Bag Appeal: Good as fuck! What, you don't like it? Well TRY a fucking hit! Oh, now bag appeal doesn't matter so much, you just want it! But the price just went up, motherfucker! Sorry, I was arguing with some motherfucker in my imagination. I've had it with that guy. Anyway, no matter what that dick says, it's good. Don't even talk to that guy, you shouldn't be associating with him. In summary, I'm giving this an overall 9 or something really good like that. It is one of the types of buzzes that I have NEEDED in my grows. BTW, as the strain description mentions, this may be intense for new smokers. I would remove the "may" when it comes to new smokers, but you stoners will be fine, and thrilled — unless you have a tendency toward paranoia — in which case there is someone following you.
  4. What's the cross? Durban Poison x somethingorother?
  5. Too soon to tell. I got it for a 3 x 3 "mother tent," so I might not find out how good it is for a full grow. The mom plants like it. Heat is minimal — I just exhaust the tent into the room, right now. I may have to change that, though.
  6. My phone is now suggesting cannabis-related words when I text. I was texting a client today, to change the date of a meeting. "How about Thursday, instead?" became "How about Thursday, Indica?" Thanks Apple. That will be enough of your suggestions.
  7. That's the one I have. It's $10 less than when I bought it, a couple of months ago.
  8. It's definitely NOT iron. I don't know what it is, but rule iron out. The leaves would be distinctly "striped" (interveinal chlorosis). I just mentioned that plant because sometimes a freak plant can have an issue taking up one nutrient or another, or adjusting the conditions in its root zone to properly take up nutrients. It happens that most chemical micronutrient products also contain iron, so you might be trying it, anyway. Are the growing points greener than the rest of the plant? It kind of looks that way, but it's hard to tell in the pics. Usually that means N, but you also lose the lower leaves as they yellow with N.
  9. I've never grown SF, but I notice the light green one isn't as far along in flowering as the other two. I ran into a freak pheno of a plant (not SF) that had a problem taking up iron, and was only happy if she got supplemented iron every other feeding. So weak plants can happen.
  10. What brand? I'm going to try a small Mars Hydro.
  11. Good luck. I took 2016-2018 off. It took me a grow to get my head back in it. Now it's like I never left.
  12. Lower bud of the same Killer Cookies plant from Sept. 29 post. This one is at 11 weeks, moments before the snip of the executioner's clippers.
  13. Definitely looks cold.
  14. Shorty, the little Pink Lemonade gal, was chopped on Friday, without the usual graduation pictures. For all shorty fans who planned on cheering as she walked off with her diploma, please accept my apology. I decided Saturday was it (11 weeks of flower). There are a few amber trichs on these Killer Cookies gals, though I would have liked to see more. The one on the right is the frost queen of the grow, the one on the left is the heaviest producer of the Killer Cookies gals. First, the frost one. Not that the others aren't frosty, but this one is over the top. This random lower bud pic gives a better idea of trich coverage. This one seems to be the most GSC-leaning. The other gal is somewhere in between GSC and KQ, and she decided to produce a major honkin' cola. A side-branch bud: Smoke reports will begin in a few weeks, after 3-4 weeks of cure. Uncured impressions, so far: Lemon Sunrise — very potent, up buzz. All three girls are highly potent, so I have to split hairs on buzz quality to decide which I will keep. This is daytime, motivating weed. Storm Front — Only one plant tried. Very potent buzz. Energizing, but significantly more "body" than LS. To me, more of a classic, party sativa-dom. Very social, yakity-yakity-yakity-yak weed. (For me, anyway. You might now feel sorry for my wife, but don't. It has the same effect on her, and she out-yaks me, 2-1.) Killer Cookies (super-frosty, GSC-leaning pheno) Early taste was energizing, potent hybrid. Seems like a crowd-pleasing, party weed. Any one of these, due to the energy factor, would be great for depression. All are potent and energizing enough that I would say new or occasional smokers should watch out. Stoners won't have a problem. The KC Killer Queen and in-between phenos have not been tried, nor have the Pink Lemonades. The Peyote Pancake clone has already been aiding sleep for the past few days. So the tent is now a 6-pot stump farm, with a few green sprigs coming off the stumps. I put them under a 400W MH yesterday at 18/6, when it occurred to me that 6 stumps don't need 1000W. This was my summer grow, so I guess summer is officially over now. It's going to be reveg-clone-octopots, I think, for the next grow. I will miss the mystery of starting from seed, but not for long. I have too many seeds.
  15. Just look at those tiny plants in those giant pots!
  16. That's interesting. Why do stems turn red, in the first place? It seems to be genetic for some strains.
  17. Storm Front "A" was chopped at 10.5 weeks. The most prominent scent is general citrus (orange, grapefruit, lemon, maybe more) which is not in the strain description. She's a heavy producer and required no support. Loves super-cropping. Probably a good SCROG candidate, as well. I sure hope I like her. There were two main colas from pinching her back, way back when. Super-cropping produced a bunch more minor colas. This one seems to be one of the main colas: Storm Front "B" kicks Ass, but has a completely different scent. Buds are similarly chunky and quite dense, but definitely on the sativa side of the spectrum.
  18. There are a lot of good ones on the market for good prices these days, due to all the competition from double-ended (DE) HPS and LEDs. I like Hortilux Eye bulbs, and they're around $65 before further discounts, at my local grow shop. A few years ago, they were closer to $100. If you're looking to upgrade to newer technologies, I don't know much. I was thinking of getting a DE, then I heard there were heat issues, now LEDs are really getting better with lower prices... One thing is for sure, you can put more LEDs on a circuit than HPS/MH for the equivalent grow space. I'm going to try out a Chinese knock-off for keeping mother plants alive. I've read a very good grow report using Gavita's LEDs, but those are a little out of my price range at the moment.
  19. Pretty big, at this point.
  20. Killer Cookies, Killer Queen pheno.
  21. The tent is looking a bit sparse: only 4 girls left, plus the lower portions of some plants that are revegging. See if you can guess which is which. There are some subtle clues. Wow. Shorty looks huge. She's not, she just happens to be up front. You can find an amber trich or two on three of these plants, but not much more than that. The super-frosty KC might not have any amber trichs at all. I flipped them back to 18/6 last Friday, so their days are numbered. They'll shoot out reveg branches from their buds about 2-weeks from last Friday, and they're going to be chopped before that happens. All these gals need to be revegged so I can try for another cut. After that, it's clean out and either Octopot Time (likely) or another seed run. One of the lemon sunrise girls will be kept, one of the Storm Fronts, and most likely one of the Killer Cookies gals. This was a bonanza of keepers. We'll see about the Pink Lemonade gals. I haven't taken an advanced taste of either, but the larger plant is drying now.
  22. That reminds me, you and I are travellers of the infinite. We exist as molecular structures.
  23. Another two bite the dust — except for the lower part of the tall one, which is revegging. These are two of the Killer Cookies gals — the first ones to finish. They had the distinction of being placed in 3 gallon pots, because I just ran out of 5 gallon pots. The tall one is a combination of scents — minty/GSC scents with some fruity KQ scents, with maybe more KQ than GSC in this one. She was never pinched back, but got a bit of a super-cropping when it seemed like she'd never stop stretching. Top bud, a little blurry: A random lower bud or two: Didn't notice the frost on those yellow leaves, did you? All the KC gals are a frosty mess (the agony). The Short one has very little GSC scent at all, and is all-fruity, with a touch of skunk. And a random, insanely frosty, lower bud: I have not tried an advanced taste of either of these two plants. The super-frosty, GSC leaning plant is another story. A branch broke, due to sheer clumsiness rather than the plant daring me, and a sample made its way into my pipe yesterday. It feels like a potent, energetic hybrid (50/50-ish, or maybe a little more toward the Indica side of the spectrum, but the energetic effect is pronounced — not couchlock shit!). Anyway, I think I'm really going to enjoy these plants.
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