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MWF 2019 patio pot grown, 2020 ground grown. 2019 Late spring, 14th June, germed 2, 16th, both up. One started flowering 3 weeks later. Grown in pots, on my patio, Lat 50.5º. Both went purple foliage quickly. Harvested the runt, 18th Aug, got 7g. Harvested the second, 5 weeks later, 22nd Sept, got 50g, could have taken 10 days/2 weeks earlier, will do so this year. Both had bits of mould, lost a gram on the runt and less than 3g for the other. Both tasted sweet and groovy, with a deep strong body stone, very pleasing, defo do again me thought… 2020 Germed 3 this year, 6th May, all up 9th May. 3 weeks later, planted out in my veg patch, 31st May. However, as per last year, one had started flowering early so I stuck her in a 3L pot and watched her bonsai herself. Now it's August and the two in the dirt have grown into big fat girls, but different in many ways. One is squat and wider in girth than in height. 38”, flowered a month ago. Her sister is taller with greater internodal gaps, flowering for a week, height 44”. Neither have any purple foliage, yet. Think both need some lower branch thinning, the squat one especially, to improve air flow and lower the risk of mould. Very different to pot grown versions, hope to get a real heavy harvest, lets not get ahead of myself, still got 2 months risk of mould and rippers. The runt bonsai is ready for harvest now, 12 weeks since germed, 67 days in flower, 9+ weeks. Got 7 seeds left, defo doing 3 again next year, but in my adjacent guerrilla patch - perfect fit. Some Jimmy the Jinge pics, he’s prone to photo bombing. Highly recommend this strain for outdoors if you want an early finisher that is really strong and tasty. Plus, has the added guerrilla benefit of being short in height, thus less likely to be seen and less prone to wind damage. Thanks to @Amarillo slim for these beans, great work, great taste, great result. I'll update with pics and notes as things progress... M