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    for real, which Vancouver you live in?? Can't be BC
    Viktor the director flip a script like Rob Reiner
    The way a lotta dudes rhyme their name should be "knob shiner"
    For a buck, they'd likely dance the Jig or do the Hucklebuck
    To Vik it's no big deal, they're just a buncha knuckle-fucks
    You wonder how well would they hold up in a holding cell
    It sorta had the strange makings of a tale told in hell
    Like "Oh well," hold tall riches
    If the Feds is really after him they'll just tell all the snitches

    MF Doom

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    Sick Plants!!!

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    damn nice grow, you have inspired me to grow grow grow ahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by caucasian jake View Post
    for real, which Vancouver you live in?? Can't be BC
    yup BC repersent

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    The best way to harvest is by the color of the trichomes. You will notice in the last 2-3 weeks before harvest, trichomes swell and become much more abundant.

    Get in there with a radioshack scope, or what I use is a 16x jewler's loupe. Count the # of clear, cloudy and amber.

    Distinguishing an amber trichome can be tricky. Sometimes the heads are cloudy with specs of amber-consider it amber. But there is a huge difference between clear and cloudy. The ones that are completely amber are SUPER fragile and ready to fall off so handle with care.

    In order for us to help you we're going to need closer pics of the flowers, hopefully something with a macro setting that can show a relative profile of trichome colors...

    good luck with your grow dude. That plot is nice. It's a little crowded, so you may have mold issues if it rains a lot. Make sure to thin out the under growth so you don't have mold problems.

    Everything looks good tho. Kinda like a SOG outdoor...
    Nobody's fault but mine.

 

 

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