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Bud Wiser

Sounds like breakfast ..

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On 17/10/2018 at 1:25 PM, SKELE-TORO said:

Can't wait to see more. You smashed that one.

 

You should see the greenhouse ... lol

http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?/topic/388242-my-critical-love-affair-and-other-adventures/&do=findComment&comment=5010008

 

On 17/10/2018 at 1:25 PM, SKELE-TORO said:

BTW... I hope your neighbours are cool, or maybe you just own the estate... but fuck me I would not be able to sleep at night. 

 

I'll bung 'em an ounce .. gives Neighbourhood Watch a whole new meaning! :yep:

 

On 17/10/2018 at 1:25 PM, SKELE-TORO said:

Hashing the trimmings?

 

Qwiso .. I have a lot of trim. :george:

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There's beauty in those popcorn buds ... I leave 'em on as long as possible.

 

Critical Sour

 

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Outdoor Grapefruit

 

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Waste not want not! Probably not worth trimming .. but .. those trichs!

Extraction. The only way ...:yep:

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On 10/15/2018 at 7:43 PM, Bud Wiser said:

The next day ...

 

Critical Sour, harvested Thursday 11th October (a bit late methinks?) ...

 

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Warning: the following image may contain some flash photography lol

 

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The yield was much lower than the grapefruit, but then she didn't get as much light as her neighbour.

I'll post some final weights when they're both properly dried.

:woot:...:shock:

Wow and more wow, my friend. Outstanding grow and plants. Congrats to such a triumph!

I was also wondering how do you manage with your neighbours but now I finally understand!

First of all beautiful colours, I also started enjoying those few days of cold when I realised the Critical Sours got that beautiful purple tinge. Secondly, great pictures, you are showing very well such a gorgeous variety :thumsup:

Can't wait to hear about smoke reports and final weights, gonna be exciting!!!

Thanks again for all the effort you put in this grow, won't stop appreciating your dedication to these 2 varieties!

Take care,
Mr B.

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Just catching up ... @budwiser 

the budmister is flying , good tekkers m8 

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On 22/10/2018 at 11:40 AM, Female Seeds Team said:

:woot:...:shock:

Wow and more wow, my friend. Outstanding grow and plants. Congrats to such a triumph!

I was also wondering how do you manage with your neighbours but now I finally understand!

First of all beautiful colours, I also started enjoying those few days of cold when I realised the Critical Sours got that beautiful purple tinge. Secondly, great pictures, you are showing very well such a gorgeous variety :thumsup:

Can't wait to hear about smoke reports and final weights, gonna be exciting!!!

Thanks again for all the effort you put in this grow, won't stop appreciating your dedication to these 2 varieties!

Take care,
Mr B.

 

Thank you, it was an honour to grow them both.

I kept them both going after the first (major) harvest .. partly to see 'what happens next' regarding the weather and also to maybe get a second bite ...

 

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That's the Critical Sour, I got another half ounce off her after a fortnight's wait.

My total yield for the Critical Sour was 188 grams, 6.71 ounces:yep:

Although, to be fair, she didn't get the best spot in the garden .. that was taken by the Grapefruit ...

 

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First harvest, 357g, 12.75 ounces ... I got another 18g on the second bite ...

My total yield for the Outdoor Grapefruit was 375 grams, 13.39 ounces:yep:

 

Observations ...

The Grapefruit was a thirsty girl, she required a lot more water than her counterparts in the same garden .. she goes floppy in full sun, and she goes floppy quickly after cutting down as well, so best to harvest in stages.

The guerilla plot I had to abandon during the drought-spell in mid-summer yielded at least something, although the Critical Sours fared much better given the lack of water .. so I would go with those out in the field again over the Grapefruit.

For info: the CS yielded 89g and the OG 54g ... 3 examples of each. Not much, but like I said, it was abandoned, so it was a smile and a bonus.

 

As far as a smoke report goes, you'll have to wait until next year I'm afraid .. once it's almost almost nearly dry as a cracker, it gets vac-packed and stored for a month or two, then it comes out and goes into jars.

Then I wait another month or two, and when I've run out of something, boom, crack open an FS vintage 2018 and smoke my tits off! lol

 

I'd like to thank you at this point, for supplying me with the seeds to enable such a groovy harvest ... :yinyang::yep:

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On 10/31/2018 at 1:06 AM, Bud Wiser said:

 

Thank you, it was an honour to grow them both.

I kept them both going after the first (major) harvest .. partly to see 'what happens next' regarding the weather and also to maybe get a second bite ...

 

large.CS-2nd-harvest.jpg

 

That's the Critical Sour, I got another half ounce off her after a fortnight's wait.

My total yield for the Critical Sour was 188 grams, 6.71 ounces:yep:

Although, to be fair, she didn't get the best spot in the garden .. that was taken by the Grapefruit ...

 

large.OG-harvest-wght.jpg

 

First harvest, 357g, 12.75 ounces ... I got another 18g on the second bite ...

My total yield for the Outdoor Grapefruit was 375 grams, 13.39 ounces:yep:

 

Observations ...

The Grapefruit was a thirsty girl, she required a lot more water than her counterparts in the same garden .. she goes floppy in full sun, and she goes floppy quickly after cutting down as well, so best to harvest in stages.

The guerilla plot I had to abandon during the drought-spell in mid-summer yielded at least something, although the Critical Sours fared much better given the lack of water .. so I would go with those out in the field again over the Grapefruit.

For info: the CS yielded 89g and the OG 54g ... 3 examples of each. Not much, but like I said, it was abandoned, so it was a smile and a bonus.

 

As far as a smoke report goes, you'll have to wait until next year I'm afraid .. once it's almost almost nearly dry as a cracker, it gets vac-packed and stored for a month or two, then it comes out and goes into jars.

Then I wait another month or two, and when I've run out of something, boom, crack open an FS vintage 2018 and smoke my tits off! lol

 

I'd like to thank you at this point, for supplying me with the seeds to enable such a groovy harvest ... :yinyang::yep:

 

Thanks for the info on weight, much appreciated. And what a lovely harvest you had! 

Interesting observations too, seems like Critical Sour it's tiny bit more resistant and stronger than the Outdoor G., I never stop learning, that's a good info I must say.

 

No worries about smoke report, there's no rush of course. And I love your method, sounds quite legit I would say. Some months of wait but totally worth it :D

 

Thanks for your words, hope you grooved enough with these ladies. It was a pleasure to read and check your updates also because were constant updates, and this helps following everything better.


Take care my friend, we keep in touch!


Stay high :smokin: 

Cheers,
Mr B.

 

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Very nicely done..:oldtoker:

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