Mimed’s Perpetual Thread

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dire wolf

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Awesome setup bro. With recreational on the books you can actually posses as much as you grow as long as you can prove you grew it. There’s been some discussion about that lately with local legislators and law enforcement and it’s been clarified that is the case. Of course that doesn’t pertain to medical but I think you’d be ok because of it if you do go over.

Can’t wait to see how this progresses. Keep up the good work bro!
We still waiting for your sharing guys
 
MIMedGrower

MIMedGrower

I like the structure on the Chocolate Diesel 2, if it's not a male and stays less bushy than the others, it will be a winner. 👍

Me too. And i have not seen this pheno. They are useful seeds s-1’s so should be female. The other 3 I grew out from the pack were all leaning different but the chocolate trip leaner was a spacey good time. ;-)


This one looks like an ECSD leaner huh?
 
MIMedGrower

MIMedGrower

Strain recap.

in flower room:

91 Oranges #1 (Chemdog SKVA x Bag of Oranges- Useful Seeds)

Chocolate Diesel S-1 #1 and #2 (Useful Seeds)


still in veg tent:

91 Oranges #2

Girl Scout Cookies #1,2,3 (Cali Connect)

Bigfoot Glue (Humbolt Seed Company)


All Feminized Seeds and staggered for perpetual harvests. :-)
 
chemistry

chemistry

Me too. And i have not seen this pheno. They are useful seeds s-1’s so should be female. The other 3 I grew out from the pack were all leaning different but the chocolate trip leaner was a spacey good time. ;-)


This one looks like an ECSD leaner huh?
Yes to above. I lean more to this structure/posture of plant these days, as I seem to get the same result bud wise, but with out all the over growth that we all spend a lot of time peeling off, leaves that are in the wrong place, inward growing braches, I'm trying to avoid the peeling off, would rather be sat in a deck chair with a beer and a bud watching my plants grow, than leant over a bucket with shears in my hand. lol Must be getting old. 😁
 
MIMedGrower

MIMedGrower

Yes to above. I lean more to this structure/posture of plant these days, as I seem to get the same result bud wise, but with out all the over growth that we all spend a lot of time peeling off, leaves that are in the wrong place, inward growing braches, I'm trying to avoid the peeling off, would rather be sat in a deck chair with a beer and a bud watching my plants grow, than leant over a bucket with shears in my hand. lol Must be getting old. 😁

I so much agree. New strains dont have such good structure as old ones did. The Blue Lemon Thai is one of the ultimate breeding plants like that. Plus huge yield and high potency. :-)
 
MIMedGrower

MIMedGrower

I thought that about new strains being messy bushy plants these days, viewed in dollars worth, rather than gardening prowess, thought it was just me.

no breeding. If most of them see a smelly dense frosty bud they cut and hype the clone or make some seeds. Strain of the month mentality.

I have had a few bushy phenos lately and just pick off leaves that the plant wants removed. When you tug they break off easily at the stem. With all the defoliation chats no one seems to mention this phenomenon. But if i pull on a leaf and the plant is using it it holds on tight. If in the way breaks right off.

ever notice this?
 
chemistry

chemistry

no breeding. If most of them see a smelly dense frosty bud they cut and hype the clone or make some seeds. Strain of the month mentality.

I have had a few bushy phenos lately and just pick off leaves that the plant wants removed. When you tug they break off easily at the stem. With all the defoliation chats no one seems to mention this phenomenon. But if i pull on a leaf and the plant is using it it holds on tight. If in the way breaks right off.

ever notice this?
Not noticed it, but will look out for it next pull. Bet its mentioned from now on though. Maybe the plant had an idea to drop the leaf after it has sucked it in, I find this on lower leaves that are in the shade and getting no light, the plant sucks them in, they turn yellow and drop off.
 
MIMedGrower

MIMedGrower

Not noticed it, but will look out for it next pull. Bet its mentioned from now on though. Maybe the plant had an idea to drop the leaf after it has sucked it in, I find this on lower leaves that are in the shade and getting no light, the plant sucks them in, they turn yellow and drop off.

the leaves are either sinks or sources. Once they source a leaf later in flower they use it up.
 
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