Still going. This babe went in the dirt April 1st.
That single bud is as thick as my forearm and about as firm. And there are about a dozen of these.
I am on a quest to grow a foto from start to finish outside under natural light and letting the season change flip them.
It is not as straight forward as one might think. They seem to oscillate between veg and flower a bit. I has milky trikes two months ago but a week later and I see loads of clear trikes. I personally think the old trikes are getting absorbed and new ones are appearing. The same is going on now.
I see about 10% amber, usually on the leaves and two days later I see more milky trikes and almost no amber.
Like I have said, I am going to take this girl to the wire, au natural, much as an experiment than anything else. I have a pretty good cache of stache.
I don’t know when I’ll actually do the chop. October is the Foto flipping month so maybe I’ll make it there.
Funny - used to be I could barely wait to open my presents. I’d see a flicker of amber (usually a fox tail reflection) and I’d whack 'em and weigh 'em.
Now it is the opposite. As long as my stache is not running low, I like to keep them growing. In a way, I am reluctant to tear down my creation. Kind of like when the kids move out.