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Humboldt Seed Organisations 2019-2020 Grow Diaries


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    • rememberingnever
      Well today was a sad day and marks the loss of an acquired cut through a friend who managed to source one out in the wild :D. Backup bank lost it a couple months ago and never got replenished.   Now I'm wondering what seed options are out there and available? Ones that will express that rose water Turkish delight flavor of the lovely Manny cut.   Since I quit smoking in March and only caped, the taste that gave off was something else. I only have maybe a half left to savour and reminisce over along with a selfed seed it spat out some time ago. Fuck you 2020 :D.   Now I will ponder your dense dark buds, woody stems and resin for days and hopefully see you again my friend!
    • DeepSmoke420
      @Lux_Interior Thanks for the input, I did think the state of the bud and trichomes where probably better than the fan leaves or its food soruce as an identifier.   
    • Lux_Interior
      I would not get to hung up about yellowing leaves to determine harvest time, especially in a compost substrate. Yellowing of leaves in new growth is usually a sign of a deficiency earlier on in the growth cycle. You are obviously keeping an eye on the trichomes (good lad) let that guide you more than yellowing leaves.
    • Stevenn420
      Eazy plugs for seeds and cuttings. It's in the name really.