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Zach
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02/04/2019 5:37 pm  

Hello,

I have decided to sprout 3 evergreen seeds in this year's outdoor grow. I put them in the dirt on March 20 and they popped out from the dirt in 2 days. They are growing nicely and one of the sprouts was disturbed when I helped pull the seed shell off the cotyledons and I thought it was going to die because the bottom portion of the stem withered and the sprout layed down. Then, it managed to lift itself up and face the light. So, I covered up the withered portion with new dirt and it is now growing as if that didn't happen. These plants are fighters! I will be updating with some pictures soon. 


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05/04/2019 11:01 am  

Here they are sitting at just 2 weeks old. The seeds were planted on March 20 and had all sprouted by the 22nd. The seeds were planted in some roots organics 707 soil and are being fed plain ph balanced water. So far, the first 2 sets of real leaves are showing with more to come! The evergreen plants are the cups up front, check them out.

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Zach
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22/06/2019 8:20 pm  

After sexing those and waiting out the proper photoperiod, I now have these little ladies. All 3 ended up being females, just my luck. The obe that had troubles early on though, is still sort of twisted looking. It still smells dank though, so I'll see how it goes. One of the phenotypes has some huge leaves and they all currently smell like BO and fried cactus. I can't wait for these babies to flower!

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05/08/2019 9:14 pm  

Yada yada... It's a little later and we are showing some flowers

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31/08/2019 5:08 pm  

I will do a better update later, but for now check out the massive top cola from the phenotype A (the one with the biggest leaves).

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