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Organic Jim

Blue Family from Dutch Passion

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shit that auto blue is a monster. love some of the colours coming off of the blue family photo's. Lucky you didn't do skywalker or that storm trooper could of had some grief.

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Man that auto is immense, top growing Jim & enjoy :hippy:

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Hey Organic Jim, you aren't gonna needs Jars, you're gonna need trunks to stash all that! Great job and wonderful report and pics, thanks!

Speaking of your Jar (singular) I'd be happy as hell to have even a "jar-lette" or vial or tiniest of baglette right now, so count your blessings Bro and rejoice over your harvest ahead! Good luck into the final stretch of your grow namely the drying and curing. Enjoy!

Hiya mate thanks for dropping in.

I am extremely grateful to the Ganja Goddesses for keeping me in head meds.

The 200g filled 2.75 Litres over 3 kilner jars. I R Happy man. :skin_up:

For you Ganjasattva, Blue Velvet B on her deathbed.

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shit that auto blue is a monster. love some of the colours coming off of the blue family photo's. Lucky you didn't do skywalker or that storm trooper could of had some grief.

:rofl: :wink:

Very good man, very good. Skywalker made it to the semi finals for my current grow, but was pipped to the post.

Maybe Dutch Passions new Blue Auto Mazar (which is a bit like skywalker eh?) Auto Skywalker=Darth Vader? :nerd::starwars:

:no: Anyway.....

here's the lovely looking top of the Blue Velvet B for you blackmedicine.

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Man that auto is immense, top growing Jim & enjoy :hippy:

Hi there buddski, glad to see you Serpent :skin_up:

For you dear snakey, the sticky as syrup lower buds and a view of the whole main bud from below.

Blue Velvet B

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Now let me show you the Blue Moonshine. I thought the yellowest bits were budrot starting, but it was actually the inner stem dying off :fart: So I felt better to chop now with a few unfinished tips (but with a fair few amber heads) than lose buds to mould!

As it is, the stone off this girl is very mighty indeed, I'll go into that more when I do the dry bud photos later.

Blue Moonshine

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These 2 Large auto blueberry tops went straight into water curing jars

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Here's a few shots of the Flo's stripey leaf, looking all pink and purple and creamy-custardy. yum

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And Flo's flower top, beautiful. Proper Flo smell, proper Flo colouring in 28o average temps. She's also just starting to chuck green shoots out after a while in the 20/4 zone and the Grow feed, so I've got another shot at her with a view to getting several ounces. The High is so motivational that the other day, I smoked a Flo spliff then got up, went out and scrubbed a 40ft long fence clean for the L.O.L next door! :rofl:

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I've got some more to resize an' that so I'll get them posted as soon as.

Thanks for tuning in everyone :wink:

Happy Day . Let's celebrate! :yahoo:

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Water curing James? New one for me that one, care to explain it fellow?

Mighty Blueberry btw :yep:

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Water curing James? New one for me that one, care to explain it fellow?

Mighty Blueberry btw :yep:

Hiya man, you surprise me, a fellow of your knowledge!

In a nutshell, you take freshly cut cannabis, and totally submerge it in lukewarm water (not cold, that may make the trichomes brittle and fall off)

Then you leave it alone for 24 hours and then carefully change the water. Repeat this daily water change for a week to ten days and you'll see the water change through a stinky shitty brown green, back to totally clear. the buds will look plump and very vibrant when you take them out to dry.

The water has leached all the water soluble crapola from your bud and it dries fairly quickly.

The theory is that it takes the bad and leaves the good making a quick smooth "cured" smoke. My reality was like a grass fire.

I've saved a chunky bud to do a photo comparison very soon.

Thanks for the interest mate

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Nice one fella I'll give it a whirl sounds good :yep:

atb with the rest :haveadab:

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Fabulous Bud-Shots! Wowie!

Whats the deal with the water cure? Never heard of it before - always something to learn here, even for an old-schooler like me!

P.S. Jim I oversaw that you had already explained it, interesting process, must try it sometime. Thanks for the explaination.

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Hi OJ, absolutely stunning!

Please keep us up to date with the water cure, it's something I've been dying to try myself

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OK chaps, here's the results of the Ice~o~lator run.

I knackered the mixer within 1 minute, so this was 30 minutes beating by hand with a potato masher and 2kg of Marks and Spencer springwater ice cubes.

The darker hash is what got through the bag/sieve and was density-seperated over a couple of days.

The lighter hash is what the 75micron bag caught.

The equation.

150g resinous trim and fluffy under-buds, 50g decent popcorn and good tops, 10g water cured buds.

4kg ice, 12L cold water.

Mash for 30 mins then pour through a 220 micron sieve/bag.

Dry the collected resin in the 75 bag and leave the murky water overnight.

Press and mould and roll the big beige chunk for 2 days while carefully pouring off water from the resin bucket

Result

10g of partial melt water hash and 2.5g of dark, charas like slow burning hash.

The Black (hard but soon soft and shapeable)

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The Blonde (soft, gooey and putty like. the light flecks are dry-sift to stop it sticking)

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A couple of shots down the zoom o scope, not the greatest but you get the idea.

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And of course, the obligatory bong-bowl shot.

My favourite way of smoking this hash is in a dry bong with just enough for one long, slow lungful in the bowl, then heat with hempwick/beeline but don't let the flame touch the hash. It melts and bubbles before turning to a very fine ash.

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It's very strong and surprisingly tasty for water hash.

:skin_up: Cheers guys

OJ

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