WiGGY

Kalashnikova Auto - WiGGY - Outdoor Test

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true lol but i couldn't resist since there is no weed in my area lol and it smelt so good

i dont realy no how long it has left im going to have to work it out by the post dates lol

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hi peeps im going to have to harvest today due to the fact that i have noticed a few bits of mold here and there on a few buds

and the weather isnt going to improve here in the uk

so im going to have a harvest now instead of a moldy harvest in a few weeks lol

im going to be posting pictures of the harvest in a few hours thanks for this opertunity once again

Peace :)

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finished the harvest i only harvested the top half of the plant due to it being a early harvest plus the lower branches wont mold due to better ventilation

here is a some pics hope you guys like :)

Wet Weight 210 Grams

lots of pics got over excited with the camera lol

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yeah man those top buds already look very nice, looks like they have some nice roundish shape :)

Let's hope the bottom will get even bigger and make you happy ;)

Thanks for the news, have a good drying don't be in a hurry :D

Have a good end of grow

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looks nice bro... sad to hear that she couldn´t full matured :( but its an awesome looking Autoflower Strain....

let us know how she is to smoke, i´m so impressed by your Test that she is one of my highest nr. on my absolutly to growlist :D

I wish you a lot of Sunlight for the still standing branches... and enjoy it bro ;)

regards PencilJoe

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congratz Buddy,looks nice and thanks a lot for your sharing... no matter if it is the best or a heavy yielder the key is that you be happy with your grow ;)

so enjoy it my Friend

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Any bud grown yourself is wicked , looks good to me ;)

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Hey Wigy - these buds look dank Petty ripe , which I find astonishing. How was the trimming - any fingerhash or at least some sticky fingers ?

How she smells ? So you started them when exactly ? Flowering around 6 weeks ifI recall it right ?

Amazing. An average indoor yield from my experience - with regular strains ...And all that 4 Free with not even nutes .

Enjoy the fruits you lucky guy ...:-) :bye: :bye: :bye:

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very nice buds you can be happy :)

They have a nice look and i'm sure with some little curing it will only get better ;)

Thanks for sharing man, enjoy your buds but slowly :D

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thanks for all the kind words guys and yes only 6 weeks no nutes and its not the full plant and i got 1.2 oz or dry weed lol the smell on the outside not much but when you brake them up its a very minty type smell i had a j of some last night and i got to say she is a strong plant for a auto im very pleased with this test and thumbs up to this great strain thanks again strainhunters ha :)

and yes dust they are curing now i cant wait :)

to bam yes i scraped the scissors i used triming was ok but very sticky hehe

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Dude thanks for this sweet test, a good report gives people reassurance about strains when you want to buy something :)

I got 10 of these little girls on their way :):santaclaus:

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hi peeps im going to have to harvest today due to the fact that i have noticed a few bits of mold here and there on a few buds

and the weather isnt going to improve here in the uk

so im going to have a harvest now instead of a moldy harvest in a few weeks lol

im going to be posting pictures of the harvest in a few hours thanks for this opertunity once again

Peace :)

Its always the mould that inicates a plant is ready for harvest in the UK ! Outdoors i mean !

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haha that's a sad way to warn his master lolol, but i guess it is a good tip for all the uK grower lolol

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nice to see some outdoor growth,might pick that strain,since it seemed to do just fine in a climate just like where i am at

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damnd shame she could not mature! Bud the yield looks good and when it's not the strongest you put in some more thanks for sharing mate enjoy the awesome smoke.

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Awesome pictures, those plants looked really happy in the UK sun ;)

Just wondering, where in the UK you grew these? Don't have to disclose your location, North, Middle, South would be sufficient. Reason I ask is my pops is located in the North East and he seems interested in autoflowering plants, it'd be good to point him in the direction of a strain that would work for him. He'd never bother with lights but I'm sure would be happy to grow in the back garden. Cheers.

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