Critical Haze

7 ladies lived through the “flood”. The smallest recovered from black stem. Second in size was runt but looking beautiful now although much more broad leaves. Very happy with seeds. It is ‘nice’ they give you so many.
 

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Islandgrower

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They're looking good so far bro . I have to take some better individual pics of mine. I squeezed the stem between the 2nd to last nodes to encourage branching a bit not sure if I got all but the branching is progressing slowly.
And yes I love that you get a few extra seeds in a pack. I won a cleaning auction on these so I have lots more to go through whenever lol. Nice to see someone about the same stage as mine are.
7 ladies lived through the “flood”. The smallest recovered from black stem. Second in size was runt but looking beautiful now although much more broad leaves. Very happy with seeds. It is ‘nice’ they give you so many.
 

Tom bolenate

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Hi,
Very interesting to see them grown untopped or without trainning of any kind.
It's the way to go for a first selection run IMHO.
Your plants look healthy, you're on the good track.
Is there a plant with a sharp sour/lime aroma in the bunch? I remember a plant like that I got in a pack of critical haze and it was one of the best plant I have grown in the taste/smell département.
Good luck for the end of the grow.
 
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No food ever,only ph 5.8 degassed water. Second from the left in back smells like pure haze. The rest have more complex smells but all are amazing. They are squeezing out a ton of resin. Big flowers and no extra feeding. Many years ago I read Grovers review and had a moment of doubt. He was completely not talking about Mr Nice critical Haze. Doubt has been blown away by beautiful haze aroma and many others. Get some.
 

Islandgrower

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No food ever,only ph 5.8 degassed water. Second from the left in back smells like pure haze. The rest have more complex smells but all are amazing. They are squeezing out a ton of resin. Big flowers and no extra feeding. Many years ago I read Grovers review and had a moment of doubt. He was completely not talking about Mr Nice critical Haze. Doubt has been blown away by beautiful haze aroma and many others. Get some.
Would it be possible to get individual plant pics with smell description . They are looking awesome. How about leaf shape since flower. I have 2 males and since flipping they both have different leaflet thickness. Was wondering which smells go with which leaf shape.
 
Due to seriously extended work hrs the garden has been it a state of neglect for over three weeks. They were transplanted late, irregular watering, fluctuating ph, cold nights and some burn after transplant. All except the runt needed staking or fell over. The runt is rock hard. BFDD32CF-8586-4ABB-B9D0-EEF934BEF226.jpeg5565BCB5-2E8D-45DD-BB44-139FBA89DFCF.jpegA1FBDFB9-C602-4C9C-AF12-C0532D6CCE14.jpeg
 
The most hazy smelling has the least dense structure. As for relation of smell to leaf structure. The fat indica leaves smells dank . Thin leaf smells are sweet hazy to skunkish and one quite muted in smell. These plants can deal with night time low temps(unintentional). Density of bud is impressive.
 
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