that blank rep from me jebs.. jerry +repped u too.
So I officially have 2 male Sours and 2 male Tahoes...one of the male Sours is my triploid mutant, which is a very nice plant that branches three times per node. Any thoughts on breeding with him? Obviously the trait is likely to be passed down to the next generation, but I kinda like it. I was really hoping it was a girl.
Either way I have 2 confirmed females of each OG.
Hey man, great thread! I really enjoyed reading it all I also have some of the same strains- OGK, vanilla kush, PC- good stuff. I also really want to try JTR, and some of those cali connection seeds!
It's really easy to appreciate such a well put together organic garden! Nice job man
Hell yeah i would deff use it to breed
definitely use it,more nodes = more bud.
Here are pics from a couple days ago. Just now getting them up.
I harvested the Afghan Kush and Reserva Privada OG Kush last night. The Afghan is right on 60 days, while the OG is at 55. Both took considerably longer to flower from seed, but that is pretty common I've found. I usually start counting "flowering" as the day I switch to 12/12, but plants grown from seed should probably be counted from the first sign of preflowers.
First up, Afghan Kush.
Here it is with some of those fan leaves removed. I only take leaves that can be removed with a gentle tug.
Next, OG Kush. This one didn't yield quite what I got the first run, but I'm more than satisfied with this girl. Very easy to grow when you find a stable seed. She can take plenty of nutes. And smells quite sour.
Next, my sprawling Critical Jack. This one could easily yield in the 3-4oz range.
Here is the smaller but 10 days farther into flower Critical Jack. Failed to get a good pic of this girl...sorry.
Here is my Vanilla Kush. Should get some nice buds from this plant.
Next, Jack the Ripper. I've been having a bit of trouble with this girl, and I need your sage opinions. Here she is just before getting watered.
The trouble I'm having is with a couple tops. It looks as though it has been burned by heat/light, but this is not possible because 1) it's winter so it stays below 80 in there and 2) the tops are still about 20" from the light...notice the taller branch on the right is totally fine.
The only thing I can deduce is that she may have been pollinated by some awry pollen. I know the pistils are supposed to turn brown and die shortly after being pollinated, but having not yet done this myself I'm not sure if this is what they look like.
The problem with that theory is my males aren't quite producing pollen yet. I inspected all the plants in flower for bananas and didn't find any, so I don't think it's a hermie. A couple branches directly below the main one appear to be in the beginning stage of the same issue, so maybe pollen could have fallen down upon them as well. I just don't know where it could have come from if indeed that is what it is.
Anyway, here are the younger plants. All need to be transplanted soon...probably do that today.
Tahoe OG #2...a little thirsty. Getting the transplant shortly.
Tahoe OG #3
Sour OG #3
Sour OG #4
Damn, that Afghan looks great, lookin forward to those Sour OG's
Yea afghan is looking awsome. everything is looking aswome but that afgan is looking extra awsome!!
Hey JG could you start posting pics of the dried cured bud. They always look soo good throughout the grow and we never get to see dried cured budshots. just a thought.peace