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  1. She is on full powder feed 10 litres powder feed dose 10 mil flower boost and she is not showing any signs of it being to much. She gets 2 full nute feeds with one flush between. So 30 litres a week 20 being loaded with nutes.
  2. Here's a couple pics she starting to kick out tricks and join at the buds
  3. Side project.
  4. Sorry about the awful photography.
  5. Update.
  6. For those who Are just checking in, this thread is continued from cheese quake x purple maroc in the breeding and outdoor forums. This is the thread I will be updating so stay tuned!
  7. Oh and how do I change the thread title? I like dusts suggestion *marocheen*. So from now on purple maroc x cheese quake. Goes by the name marocheen.
  8. Il keep the thread running Jose and will be sure to answer questions you want answers to. For the first one, buds had a slow start but put them into greenhouse and same day gave a big Nutel feed and ph'd the feed. This seems to have done the trick as the buds are really starting to take off. Very sativa bud growth, leaves seem more cheesy while bud development seems to take its heritage from the Moroccan side with a hint of cheese. The smell went almost tomato like from lemony and now has a cheesy earthy smell. But the cheese smell is definitely strongly there. Pictures to follow later on today.
  9. Charlie cheese. After charlie sheen. No matter what abuse you give her, she still nails it!
  10. Name suggestions people. Bit of imaginative fun. Candidates so far, purple cheese, cheesy Quaker, cheroc, cheroccan.
  11. If this was my own strain I'd call its fruity pear drop
  12. It's the exact shape of a pine cone, very nice. you feeding it guano?
  13. Let's hope so, I checked the others and there are several which have as many if not more pistils so I may just use one of them to breed but we will see. I will keep this thread going and update throughout flowering and harvest.
  14. A project I have spent 2 years on, this is 3rd generation. This is the most uniform and the keeper for the next and final cross back with original C Q male. Flowering began early July. Aiming for harvest between 7th-21st September. It will be a seed harvest rather than sensi. Next year I am going to grow the seeds from this and hopefully have a stable outdoor skunk for uk growers FINALLY. Who knows, perhaps available to the masses in a year, let's see. Enjoy the ride. Il keep checking back to answer questions and mingle. Peace. X

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