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It's ideal for discrete backyard growers.
I put 3 seeds in 3 peat pellets in the beginning of march. After about two weeks I moved them in pots.
It was about 15th of may when I moved them in in the ground.
One plant I put it in a place guerilla growing style near a forest but when I was there 4 days after I planted, the plant was already eaten by wild animals.
The other two I planted in the garden.
Before moving them in the ground I digged and replaced about 60 liters/plant of premium soil bought from the super market mixed with perlite and vermiculite (about 20 % consist of perlite and vermiculite).
The entire season I just wet the plants with 2 basic nutrients from GO.
The ladies didn't grow big, they are both the same height and I can say they look totally different from each other because I experimentally applied FIM technique on one and the other I just let it grow without any training, bending or pruning.
The FIM-ed one has more branches but smaller buds than the other one who has really big buds, big as my fist.
I didn't harvest yet but I guess I'll pick about 350 grams from each of two plants in about two weeks :)
i was not impressed with this plant.. grew very one dimensional even after topping.. 4 dense colas and nothing else same with the ither one .. it did branch out laterally bud the buds on them was nothing to write home about. this is mediocre in flower and vegative stage. shirt plants so great for indoor. full body stone effect.. bot a single hint of california orange bud in the 2 that i grew. dry smell is not fantastic but rather strong in effect.. i would not run this again! it has been the worst of the 10 strains i have grown from sensi. i have given 5 stars because i would have to run it a few times in order to be conclusive.. but this run was not worth running again
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