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Real Gorilla Seeds

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    • Skunkman.uk
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    • CheechChongReturns
      Semi auto is too misleading imho . Especially when you get into all the possible triggers for flowering.   Should call Autos with long veg - long Autos and fast photos just fast photos . Photo x Auto crosses be named as such , with the caveat of their generation (f1,f2) .   Super and semi feel more like sales terminology.
    • MindSoup
      Good job mate, I wouldn't worry too much,  what you just did isn't much different than doing thr paper towel method. 
    • Military Grade
      My (Cheese x Blues) x NoNames plant #2 turned out to be a male.   Shame as it was a Hardy plant and had nice structure.   The root ball put up a good fight vs the garden trowel , it also smelt of weed more than expected.   I got a feeling #1 also might be a male too, leaving it in there unless I can fully confirm.