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    Your plants are looking fantastic CheapHomegrown keep up the good work!
    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.”

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    51 days in flower
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    a close up bud shoot from each plant
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    Going to give the plants another 14 days before I chop them, just in time for Christmas.
    (edit) its turned 3 buds 90% not sure why
    Last edited by CheapHomeGrown; 27-11-23 at 08:38 PM.

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    If you click on the picture and enlarge it, you can see the trichomes, I will update the diary a few more times, should be able to watch them change color over the next 14 days
    Last edited by CheapHomeGrown; 27-11-23 at 08:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrG View Post
    Looking lovely mate.

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    Thanks MrG, very happy with the results so far, the stunned clone made a full recovery.

    Quote Originally Posted by illearth67 View Post
    Your plants are looking fantastic CheapHomegrown keep up the good work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CheapHomeGrown View Post
    51 days in flower
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    Going to give the plants another 14 days before I chop them, just in time for Christmas.
    (edit) its turned 3 buds 90% not sure why
    Very nice mate, 2 more weeks and I bet they almost double in size. Looks like some crackin Christmas smoke

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrC View Post
    Very nice mate, 2 more weeks and I bet they almost double in size. Looks like some crackin Christmas smoke
    Looking awesome man , I pray you have a smooth finish and in time for Christmas!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrC View Post
    Very nice mate, 2 more weeks and I bet they almost double in size. Looks like some crackin Christmas smoke
    Cheers MrC, it would be great if they double in size, from what I have read the plant produces lots of good size dense nugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armed Patriot View Post
    Looking awesome man , I pray you have a smooth finish and in time for Christmas!!
    Thanks Armed Patriot, really I want dry them slow over 14 days, should give me a smooth finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheapHomeGrown View Post
    Thanks Armed Patriot, really I want dry them slow over 14 days, should give me a smooth finish.
    14 days is long , best the humidity not be too low nor have too much airflow . Winter is here so that may cause you some problems with the heating systems running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armed Patriot View Post
    14 days is long , best the humidity not be too low nor have too much airflow . Winter is here so that may cause you some problems with the heating systems running.
    Good point, growing in a shed is not easy in the winter, but with some forward thinking, I have designed the shed for the hottest summers and the coldest winter.
    not say the environment is perfect, but i can manage it with a fan controller(RVK fan), 500w heater and 2 x 1ft tub heaters(small veg rooms)
    I keep a record of the environment in my flower room, the temperature and humidity is taken about 3inches below the canopy level near the center.
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    Over all, it all looks good and I don't need to worry IMO

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