Hey pancakenap here. Checking in mid-flower with Parkland Flower's V Kush. Which is their CBD dominant selection from Barney's Violator Kush. Quick recap on the grow Two plants were grown outdoors in soil over the summer from feminized seed. Both plants were

Hey, pancakenap here, checking in on this Parkland Flower V Kush grow. This is retail seed purchased from the Canadian legal market. The breeder is a smaller grower in Alberta, and I’m growing a balanced chemotype which they selected from Barney’s

Vkush Update on the previous post, where both sprouts were growing in a peat puck. Calgary has been getting some cold weather lately, so much that I can't put plants outside. Had both sprouts near a window, and they got long in

PARKLAND FLOWER Since the last entry on these two seeds from Parkland Flower, I've placed the seeds into peat pucks, labeled them, and returned them to the heat mat. They'll sit for a few days, until I see roots emerge through the

V kush Update on the previous post where I just went over the purchase and unboxing of these 1:1 seeds by Parkland Flower(Parkland Flower V kush 11-2). I chose to germinate 2 of the 5 seeds. Waited a couple of days before starting

Flower V Kush Checking out Parkland Flower V Kush this summer. The listing notes this is a phenotype of Barney’s Farms Violator Kush, which is typically THC dominant. These seeds are 1:1(More), so they should produce plants that make even levels of

Hey, Journaling a grow I recently completed here. This post shows info on time, location, and yield. And then I run some calculations based on the dataset.   Notes on the grow: Method Grow method is DWC hydro, under LED light, fertilizer is mostly aquaponic water

Hey, thought I’d run through my notes on some of the plants I grew this summer. You’d read this just for awareness for different cultivars. You may see these offered in the retail market, or you might consider growing them yourself.

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