Getting inspired


#1

The sativa In these ladies is very prominent and adored…have to feeel and smell in person to appreciate…pictures never do justice…


#2

Well done…superior cultivating !

:man_farmer::seedling::droplet::rainbow:


#3

Thanks for the support. Here’s a lady this am looking for a patient. Not long now…gotta start a new batch…maybe blue dream and some Maui…:v::sunglasses:


#4

Yabbas Dabba Doo !

this makes for good reading.


#5

Thanks for the info…very good stuff. I use a digital microscope and view on computer…here is yesterday’s reading…


#6

As you can see, got a ways to go…:+1:


#7

Make sure u look at trichomes on the buds rather than the leaves when u are assessing maturity


#8

:+1:…thanks for your input…


#9

Basementstealth, the image you are viewing is highly magnified digitally…that is an minute sugar leaf directly from the bud itself…i inspect inside and out side the bud itself to determine if I want lots of energy or narcotic…stay well…:sunglasses::v:


#10

Here is a good example of how deep in the bud the evaluation takes place…


#11

excellent pics, thank you for posting, what magnification do use to see the trichomes ? …those one eyed milky trichomes ? :nerd_face:

:mag:


#12

I use a 300X magnification usb microscope that can be images on my computer for better evaluation…


#13

I just checked and my usb microscope goes to 350X, do you cut a sample to put on a slide?
I cannot figure out how you got the microscope in position to get such amazing images.
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Roll on summer !:sunny:


#14

Here’s how ya do it…get sample magnify and save image on computer…my software allows me to magnify to 300…I do so to the saturation point…Then I take photo of that screen shot 0n my iPhone…
I then upload phot on to my iPhoto’s at that point I can manipulate the picture using iPhoto software…
Here’s today’s samples…getting closer daily…


#15

Mr D
thank you for sharing.
:honeybee:


#16

Your welcome my friend…that’s how we keep the grail holy…pass it on, take nothing in return and rest in your work…Merry Christmas…:v::sunglasses:


#17

Use calyces for evaluating trichomes rather than sugar leaves