Chefblake420

Amnesia grown in Central Washington

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These two Amnesia plants are my last ones to start journaling this summer. Sorry if I'm flooding the outdoor section of forum with my journals but I promise they will all become interesting in time. So the thing about these two is that they came for free from seed bank so that is to say I didn't pick them, but in their direct parentage is Cinderella 99 which I grew last year and loved. The thing is though that it's a super tall growing sativa and I don't have any more room in my sativa section, which means I have to grow it with my indicas which mean I have to keep it under 6 feet. I've never been big on topping my plants multiple times. Last year for instance I topped all 20 plants a single time at roughly 4 feet tall. I like the Y shape that technique renders. I usually try and keep my tie downs simple as well but these two are going to need some serious toppings and tie downs to fit in the space I have for them. I'm just gonna keep topping and topping all veg cycle. If anyone has any suggestions I'm all ears.

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i still have a freebee also ,peyote critical (barney's) witch i'm holding one just yet ,just like yourself in need of space and also i don't want to attract too much attention  .

 

if all your girls go well this year you can start your one coffee shop my friend ,you can't smoke it all yourself i guess .don't even want to mansion all the days of cultivating and gutting at the end ,it's hard work growing your one .

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@jsm Actually man you'd be surprised. I pretty much go through it all. The flower I mean. Last year I harvested 190 oz, I probably have less than half pound left. Now I do anticipate a heavier harvest this year because they were pretty much all Iandraces last summer which I love but you can't pump full of fertilizer like these modern hybrids. So what I don't sell my family and girlfriends and I smoke pretty quick lol 😂🚬

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21 hours ago, Chefblake420 said:

@jsm Actually man you'd be surprised. I pretty much go through it all. The flower I mean. Last year I harvested 190 oz, I probably have less than half pound left. Now I do anticipate a heavier harvest this year because they were pretty much all Iandraces last summer which I love but you can't pump full of fertilizer like these modern hybrids. So what I don't sell my family and girlfriends and I smoke pretty quick lol 😂🚬

pretty decent numbers still ,same over  here , keep enough for my self to smoke the year around  and the rest is spending money 

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the girls are developing nicely ,looking nice and green . 

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Thanks @jsm they do look pretty happy and lush don't they? I'll probably give them their first dose of fertilizer next week.

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you are on the right track my friend ,enjoy and be safe !!

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It's windy so the pics aren't great 

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Looking amazing

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I've tied these down towards one side of the container, as they grow I'm going to train them back towards the other side and keep doing that back and forth in a serpentine fashion.

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@Chefblake420

Nice plant blake but i find that she have more indica leaf than sativa , amnesia haze ?

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@g22 I agree. The label just said Amnesia but it clearly isn't the traditional sativa Dom amnesia. From what I've read online there's a common variation that comes from northern lights, Haze and skunk one. I bet that's what this is.

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When I started this journal I said I was going to top these plants a bunch and tie them down. The reason I haven't done that is that in the beginning I thought they were sativas but now I believe them to be an indica variety amnesia. I'm still going to top them once, I just haven't yet. They are now 4 feet 3 inches tall.

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Hey friends, I haven't posted anything in a little while cuz my back was fucked up for like two weeks and I was in too much pain but I'm back to myself now. Beautiful sunny day 🌞. Me and my old man put up a new chicken wire enclosure over the top of the canopy to keep them from going over top of fence. The last pic here shows it pretty well. 

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