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Good job. They look great.
Enjoy!
Thank you very much. It seems to be quite a bit of work to grow. If I had running water in the grow area that would help. I hope they are consumable after drying and curing. Hoping and trying is all I have done up till now. :)
 
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homestead67

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They look good. It's nice you waited to see for yourself.

Some will think they are too done.

I think there well done, time to chop.
smokedareefer - I totally understand the faded look now. At one time the features of them were striking. Really reminded me of the belly of a snake. Thanks for pointing that out last time.

I cut one down about 30 minutes ago. The other one's leaves were not "faded into fall" yet. I don't know why but it seems to be a bit behind this one. It was 1.5 weeks behind on germination but not sure that would cause flowering delay vs the other plant.

While drying, will some light affect the outcome?

It's about the ambient light of a basement with in-direct sunlight coming through the windows along the top of the block. I will be drying at about 50-55F and 55-60RH, in a small zip up closet with clear plastic lining the top 3 inches of the enclosure. I have a 6" fan blowing indirectly and a 4" duct fan on low to exhaust and replace the air inside. I left the leaves on and hope for a slower dry. I hope they finish drying soon enough for me to add the other plants finishing soon. All these damn problems. ;)
 
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smokedareefer - I totally understand the faded look now. At one time the features of them were striking. Really reminded me of the belly of a snake. Thanks for pointing that out last time.

I cut one down about 30 minutes ago. The other one's leaves were not "faded into fall" yet. I don't know why but it seems to be a bit behind this one. It was 1.5 weeks behind on germination but not sure that would cause flowering delay vs the other plant.

While drying, will some light affect the outcome?

It's about the ambient light of a basement with in-direct sunlight coming through the windows along the top of the block. I will be drying at about 50-55F and 55-60RH, in a small zip up closet with clear plastic lining the top 3 inches of the enclosure. I have a 6" fan blowing indirectly and a 4" duct fan on low to exhaust and replace the air inside. I left the leaves on and hope for a slower dry. I hope they finish drying soon enough for me to add the other plants finishing soon. All these damn problems. ;)
The fall colors don't always show up, it could strain specific or cold temperatures will kick it off. I had 4 sisters from the same mother and only the one sitting under the air conditioner showed any change in color.

In the picture the red circle is what I would call normal in the end.

The leaves in yellow are the start that the end coming.



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homestead67

homestead67

The fall colors don't always show up, it could strain specific or cold temperatures will kick it off. I had 4 sisters from the same mother and only the one sitting under the air conditioner showed any change in color.

In the picture the red circle is what I would call normal in the end.

The leaves in yellow are the start that the end coming.



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Nice. Thank you. I did notice today the one on the left was starting to change colors. That one is the 65-70 day plant. Awesome, just straight awesome.
 
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