did some cleaning of the sift, i didn’t finish it all.
I've got a little of this flower that came though the heatwave. Finished up right at the worst of it. (109 f temps) and some of it's not exactly choice, lot's of foxtails, whatnot, I'm think I might do another hash run this time around again, I might go a little tighter, mesh and separate each of the runs, shorten the first and second runs, so I get a little more choice product.Dry sifting day!
so a few photos and videos,
i ended up breaking up the buds when totally dried and than freezing the weed for a couple days, so i know i’ll probably get a lot of contaminate with the resin, so more work ahead of me..
so i basically posted up till the keif without being cleaned, now i will continue with more weed and when all the keif is collected before being cleaned is when i’ll post again..
got distracted earlier eating marijuana cookies and smoking way too much View attachment 1149844 View attachment 1149845 View attachment 1149846 View attachment 1149847 View attachment 1149848 View attachment 1149849 View attachment 1149850 View attachment 1149853 View attachment 1149854
Hi Frank,I've got a little of this flower that came though the heatwave. Finished up right at the worst of it. (109 f temps) and some of it's not exactly choice, lot's of foxtails, whatnot, I'm think I might do another hash run this time around again, I might go a little tighter, mesh and separate each of the runs, shorten the first and second runs, so I get a little more choice product.
I want some nice bubble this time, hopefully. Do you ever wash it first nick? Thoughts?
Man them outdoor babies sure are coming along is the yellowing of the Thai just a sign she readying up if that’s a word great job u know your stuff that’s for surethe sunday update..
gelato dream View attachment 1168152 View attachment 1168153 View attachment 1168154 wild thailand View attachment 1168155 View attachment 1168157 View attachment 1168156
video both plants
View attachment 1168158
the indoor grow.
6 weeks today View attachment 1168164 View attachment 1168159 View attachment 1168160 vanilla frosting 1 than 2 than gorilla blue. View attachment 1168161 View attachment 1168162 View attachment 1168163 indoor video
View attachment 1168167
the babies (next grow)
2 don biscotti
2 pink starburst View attachment 1168168 View attachment 1168169
View attachment 1168170
the yellowing i’m guessing is one of or all 3, the peroxide mix i use on my plants is stronger than i would use on my friends, probably around 8%, naturally yellowing from possibly needing to be feed as i skipped feeding the thai as it looked like it was surviving from the earth, pretty much all clay, i had to dig out big holes and have to feed, the gelato more so., or the weather as i’m sure the genetics are used to a warmer climate.. she smells absolutely wonderful! just a little different,Man them outdoor babies sure are coming along is the yellowing of the Thai just a sign she readying up if that’s a word great job u know your stuff that’s for sure
Plants look healthy as hell !!!well currently have 2 plants going as i’m waiting for early january to start the next serious grow,( the seeds) and these were just something to add in quickly with other plants being switched into flower but those plants suffered badly from white powdery mildew and being time to switch it just wasn’t worth it, so they were chopped done and disposed off, but than i notice the slow growth and other signs of stress in these two clones and within a couple days the wpm showed itself, so i was going to throw them out too, but i thought i try to save them, so i clean everything in the rooms with h2o2 and isopropyl.
than i sprayed them with milk and it has saved them in time for flowering.
milk has been proven to be helpful to plants, countries with lots of intense sunlight use it to save all sorts of crops where as milk for cannabis can used early on a day which will be hot and sunny or say a 1000 watt metal halide..
i’ve used it before on plants but wasn’t fully confident to advise others to do, as i’ve never had it indoors. but now i’m a believer of spraying the plants during veg just for the benefits to the plants it gives them..