TGA Genetic's Querkle

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GrowAholiC

GrowAholiC

Some pictures of Querkle throughout her grow cycle.

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GrowAholiC

GrowAholiC

nice looking plant
I grew the cut from Bluesky a few times it was good but I liked Purple Kush better



I only grew a 5 pack and got all males and this one female. I try to grow 10 packs now because of that lesson. With that said Querkle is good but nothing special I feel. She looks and smells good but lacks in the potency area for me. I know there are Purple's out there are just what I'm looking for when it comes to Purple Weed. But for me Querkle was not the one.
 
soserthc1

soserthc1

I only grew a 5 pack and got all males and this one female. I try to grow 10 packs now because of that lesson. With that said Querkle is good but nothing special I feel. She looks and smells good but lacks in the potency area for me. I know there are Purple's out there are just what I'm looking for when it comes to Purple Weed. But for me Querkle was not the one.
If your looking for a potent purple variety check out some of @Nspecta gear , or ask his opinion , he has posted some of the dankest purple plants I have ever seen and he reputation speaks for itself
 
shoestring

shoestring

The majority of varieties than have a tendency to ''purple up'' indoors without environmental manipulation that i have grown throughout the years have lacked in the potency department as compared to varieties i have grown alongside that did not naturally turn purple. I dont know if its me, my skills and my rooms but so called purple strains never were as potent for some reason. And I have grown ALOT of different purples. Pretty to look at for sure. And friends and family love to look at it but it always leaves a ''whats next'' thought in my head.
 
GrowAholiC

GrowAholiC

The majority of varieties than have a tendency to ''purple up'' indoors without environmental manipulation that i have grown throughout the years have lacked in the potency department as compared to varieties i have grown alongside that did not naturally turn purple. I dont know if its me, my skills and my rooms but so called purple strains never were as potent for some reason. And I have grown ALOT of different purples. Pretty to look at for sure. And friends and family love to look at it but it always leaves a ''whats next'' thought in my head.


EXACTLY!!! Every time that bowl or blunt of purple is done... It's like "What are we smoking next"? I feel the same way friend!
 

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