sure do. Took tons on instagram and will be transfering them here now.
Picture 1: This is the light that has three cheesequake plants doing work. Long overdue for staking. haha. This is late week 4.
Picture 2: This is a sea of Jillybean in early week 3.
Picture 3: This is the group of 4 Blueberry showing a bit of early fade. I attribute this to my watering frequency and I need to stay on top of it a bit better.
Picture 4: This is a pic of a bottom bud on the Cheesequake. I am quite impressed and will likely pick this line to use for production, but if significantly weaker than another pheno then there will be a tough choice in the future.
Picture 5: This is a kola pic of the Jillybean.
Picture 6: This is a kola pic from the blueberry. These are really starting to put out the stink.
Garden issues as of late: I finished doing the pretrimming on the last round, which was strongly stressed in vegetative growth. On the very last bud to be cut I saw live aphids and freaked. Cleaned everything fastidiously and saw nothing when inspecting other plants and nothing was falling or flying off the plants when shaking them. I am happy it is only one bud affected I hope. I will remain vigilant. The last plant to be harvested also had another surprise. I had a very immature seed forming on one of the buds. It was so immature I doubt a non-grower would think it was a seed, but I noticed it. While inspecting for any aphid spread, I was also looking for seed formation and haven't seen any yet on the other plants. I removed the offending branch from the quantum kush male and actually drastically cut that plant back so there were less branches to monitor. Today doing another watering for upstairs, downstairs and the office, Tomorrow is for cuttings. I want to get a batch of quantum kush cuttings and to take a new cutting for the quantum kush male.