The Fruitylicious is a week old today; the Satori is 3 days old. I'm going to test them today in the grow box to see how high the temps get.
FRUITYLICIOUS - 1 Week: Her leaves look thin to me like a sativa, but the breeder states she is "70% indica". She'll be interesting to watch!
SATORI - 3 days: The leaves are starting off more stout than the Fruitylicious ... almost like it's predominantly
My Satori finally broke through the soil this a.m., so it just took her one day longer than the Fruitylicious to come out and say hello. I'll let her get her first true leaves going really good and then put both plants in the grow box. I would love to leave them outside a while longer though to get that natural sun and air but ... dunno. I have them in the center of a table with a bunch of other potted plants surrounding them. If they can stay camouflaged without getting too tall for a couple of
There's not much info. on the Mandala strain called Fruitylicious so I thought I'd grow it for the first time and journal the grow. I popped her directly into some soil on Friday, May 18th, and by Monday, May 21st, she was peeking out of the soil.
I decided to put a Mandala Satori seed in some soil once I saw how fast the Fruitylicious sprouted, and I'll do a comparison on the two strains.