A lb each! Well i think ima pull my burmese kush to a secret location and switch it out with my bd then!
awwww.. went to check your cut pics out DANKFACTORY but ur pics popped up really tiny.. looks great tho
EDIT: This strain doesn't necessarily need heavy feeding to develop fantastic buds, but it can handle pretty heavy doses of nutrients, especially during flowering. It just depends on the resources you have and the type of plants you want to grow; this is a very versatile strain.
Last edited by thefurclam; 05-13-2013 at 01:33 PM.
I haven't ever encountered and plants that I could consider different phenos. They nearly invariably have asymmetrical, sativa-dominant hybrid style growth. The leaves often tend to stay smaller but very numerous when grown in drier climates, to which it is very well adapted. However, this plant is extremely responsive to any type of training, pruning, supplement/feeding, and etc you might want to use to experiment with getting different "types" of BD.
Did you top any?
I topped all of mine and the growth jus don't stop. and I would agree with the mega head high, better then cup of coffee in the morning. all with thin leaves and decent outdoor flowering time but deffiently a sativa. would cross the BD with many other strains jus to see how the would each turn out. we had little no no problems with them outside, no bugs or mold and all turned out great for being put out somewhat late.