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I already picked up 2 of my 5 the church plant, after 9 weeks.

Lesser amount. Good quality

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hello my friend;

well done and congratulations .

the church is a loverly smoke;

I think you may have picked her a bit early; 9 weeks is the earliest to pick.

I personally let my church buds mature a little longer than you have, sometimes up to 12 weeks;

it depends on the growing environment.

below is a picture of the church but this plant still has 2 to 3 weeks to go(she was in her 7th week of 12/12);

during this time the buds thicken up, and put on a lot of weight as tthe plant in a last desperate attempt to find pollon in the air, sends out a lot of new buds.

You see the plant is continually growing new buds, and the church can look like as though she is ripe, when she has only gone through the first stage of flowering;

after this first stage at around week 6 to 7,

she goes through a second stage of flowering;

during this stage the buds become dense as they mature:


enjoy your harvest, my friend;


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