GreenQc

No streaching this time

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I have the same 3 strains that I use in my overcrowded growth. Purple candy kush shoud be ready in 4 weaks( 1 photo). The delicious candy ready in about 3 weaks( 2 photo)  My flowerbomb will be ready in 2 weaks (third photo). Last picture you can see that this batch as no streach at all.

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Photo have been put up side down so start from the bottom.

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one more weak befor I close my light for 3 days

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@GreenQc

Hello greenqc wat kind of hydro technic is that .

solid bud man ✌

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bc northen lights box. Look at my flowerbomb

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Its a real bomb💣💥

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Small, compact and, they look delicious! I'm looking forward to your opinion on this smoke.

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