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hello everyone, i'm new to this site, but not to smoking or growing weed. growing is one of the most enjoyable things i have ever done.you get to see the fruits of your labour as well as feel the effects.i'm using marijuana for medical purposes and grow my own with the blessing of the canadian govt.its so nice to be able to do it legally. anyway i'll post a few pics of my current grow , which consists of 4 painkiller [10%cbbd and 7%thc], then 2 dark angel-high thc ,mostly sativa.also 1 king tut as well as 2 purple kush and 1 hog plant. these are at 4ay 44 into flower, so i'm starting to flush most of them now except the dark angels as they may take an extra week. then its on to outdoor for the summer.thanks for viewing and have a great summer filling the cupboards.peace:pleasantry:

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Welcome to the forum!

Those buds look great, they sure smell great.

It will be great to see photos and share opinions, experiences, etc....

Greetings! 

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