Bubba 76 & Emerald Jack.... Naturally

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Hello all... Thanks goes out to ETS for hooking up these freebies
 
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Bubba 76

11 of 12 broke ground but only 7 made it into soil- and only found 1 male amongst them who has since been disposed of

September:
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Bubba 76 (there is another lady in the room that didn't make it to the photo shoot)

November:
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Emerald Jack

8 made it above ground but only 5 made it into soil

September:
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montanamike1

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Excellent job dude, those ladies look happy and healthy!

I can see a bit of browning/crumbling on the older leaves; are you using hard tap water? I ask because I had the same problem myself until I switched to an RO filter with CalMag+, and the problem has almost entirely disappeared on my Sour Lemon.

Now you've got us salivating for some flowers.... :D
 
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Excellent job dude, those ladies look happy and healthy!

I can see a bit of browning/crumbling on the older leaves; are you using hard tap water? I ask because I had the same problem myself until I switched to an RO filter with CalMag+, and the problem has almost entirely disappeared on my Sour Lemon.

Now you've got us salivating for some flowers.... :D


Spot on assessment Mike! I use heavy well water. I have a good sediment filter on my intake but using a RO filter would deplete my well very quickly... I should be moving them to flower in the next couple weeks.
 
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Plants are coming right along.... Had some trouble with a pH drop that kept these plants from stretching through transition- pretty strange, but they are flowering nicely despite their haggard appearance- though they don't have the strongest smells yet

Emerald Jack is an impressive breed so far... I have two identical OG phenos which look to me like bulked up OG flowers with stronger stem structure, and then a Jack leaning pheno with some serious colas developing.

Emerald Jack 1 (OG)
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Emerald Jack 3 (Jack)
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Bubba 76 threw major stamen around 5 and 6. Two plants were bad enough to throw out- but holding onto the rest and picking stamen as I find them. Two of them didn't go intersex at all, and they both look phenomenal. One seems to be a 76 afghan pheno judging by the flowers... the other is a nice mix it seems, bubba structure, slightly larger and the flowers are already dark purple

Bubba76 #2 - - What I think is the 76 pheno- would be keeper assuming potency lives up
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Bubba76 #3 - - This is the other potential keeper of the lot
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Bubba76 #4
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Bubba76 #5 - - This one is basically identical to #2 pheno except for the prevalence of week 5 stamen
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Pics are from day 44
 

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