JeffreyLebowski

Frisian Dew (Dutch Passion)

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a few pics of this beautiful lady on last summer.

organically grown in soil. Had a real early flowering, harvested in september. the smell was so sweet and high was soft and very pleasant.

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That looks perfect! Very nice plant. Congratulations!

When have you germinated the seeds?

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Do you do any kind of topping on the early stage to make her bushier? Or you just let it grow normally? Thanks already for your answer!

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I let her grow normally, not have any kind of pruning.

thank you for the interest, I'll be happy to answer any questions you have ;)

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seems she made some nice buds in end of cycle :) wish i could have some spanish sun too ^^

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wow, that looks very sweet man, wish i could grow that nice buds outside, but here in the netherlands that is a bit of a pain in the ass with this shitty climate. but well done man and looks nice you had a nice production of that lady.

peace

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Some good looking Dew!

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