Heres the story. I drop a seed of each into water. Day later transfer them to paper towels. Blue and silver pop some tails so i put them into soil. I leave purple in the paper towel to keep on cooking. Check on little purp then next morning, but something smells funky. Pick up the seed and it basically melted in my fingers all sorts of nasty. Oh well throw another purple seed into water.
Transfer to paper towel. Next morning i go to check on the wee one and its just cracked open and has the slightest sliver of a tail. I figure id let it cook a little more and plant it when i get back from work.
Well i work in a time suck of exploitation and worked a lot later than anticipated by the time i get home paper towel is all dried up and the sliver of tail has receded back into the shell. At this point I’m tired and pissed so i just splash more water onto the paper towel and say to myself “f#$% it, lets see what happens”
Check on it the next morning and to my amazement purples tail is back and had grown. Time to get solo cupped!!!
In between sips of coffee and getting kids/myself ready for school/work i manage to get purples new home all ready for her and then proceed to drop the seed.
Now im not taking nestled nicely into her solo cup home. Im talking on the ground. Clumsy style. Search for a bit but have to go to work and get kids on a bus. Cut my losses and just throw another seed into water. Eventually i managed to get her planted. 3rd time is apparently the charm but now she is continuing to befuddle me with her weird leaves. If i were to come across it randomly in the wild i would not suspect cannibus. I can’t wait to see what it turns into.
Has more to do with your light intensity I think. If you’re happy with the spacing though, leave it as is. If you’d like some room to train, you can lower your light intensity a bit and let ‘em stretch.
They rocking out to about 40ish dli. I probably will lower it i would like to start training it sooner rather than later.
This is my first foray into photos. Had fun with some autos that were abused and still kicking strong
Heavy bending twisting and turning of blue purp and silver. Light trimming.
Making a switch to coco. Moved mango smile to coco. Few clones in coco, unsure what I’m going to do with them, most likely in their forever home. Flower them in a cup and see what happens. Purp haze auto to coco. Left big ladies in back in soil.