Here’s a quick post that gives observations during harvest, and wet trim for the three F1 plants (In House Genetics’ Silky Johnson x Karma Genetics’ CookieWreck x Biker Kush) I grew over my fish tank.
Quick recap: Time was 117 days from seed. Flowering time was 61 days, including a 6 day dark period and flush with tap water. Light source was cheap LED. Nutrient source was the fish tank.
Intermediate. Mid way between the short and long plants.
Acceptable, maybe. Topped once. Conical, slender. Received midrange level of light, maintained adequate density. Representative of Mom, spear-like.
Alright. Prominent skirting along larger nodes, some clean up along the face. Larfy bud gets worse.
Floral. Citrus. Some pine. Earths seem watered down, or close to alkaline.
Multiple traits from the mother plant. Aromatic profile is weaker, yet similar.
Short. Nearly four-fifths of the others. Full size appeared to be achieved at two thirds of the others. Possible densification or slight longitudinal grow possible afterwards. Light level was lowest for this plant.
Appreciable. Topped once. Golf ball size and shape buds on upper nodes.
Easy. Trim leaf skirting the bottom of the buds cuts away with little effort. Minimal cleanup along topside.
Gritty rubber, good pepper, some gas. Desirable. My brow sweat a bit while trimming it.
Best plant of the three, if it yields ok and the aromas maintain.
Long. Some stigmas still had nascent appearance while flushing.
Not desirable (for me). Not topped, grew long with multiple bud sites. Too close to light. Multiple segments at each node, trim leaf growing within the open space between. Fox tails lack density but are interesting visually. Has some purple.
GTFO. Trimming between each individual segment of the upper nodes was difficult, lowers were better. Bud appears shapely but trim leaf remaining is prominent.
Similar to plant #1, enhanced fruity aspect, lower citrus aspect.
Similar to plant one and mom visually and in aroma, with less appeal. Hopefully becomes more attractive after dry trimming.
Thanks for reading this post.
Next steps are drying the flowers, quick dry trim, and weighing. Then I’ll follow up with a review on each of these plants.
You must log in to post a comment.