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Lara Croft (Six Shooter)

3
23
21
1049
1 year ago
VEG
LED / 1000W
Light
FLO
LED / 1000W
Light
Atami
Nutrients
Canna
Nutrients
Indoor
Room Type
Soil
Medium
LST
Technique
ScrOG
Technique
Strain
FastBuds - Six Shooter
Six Shooter
FastBuds

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Neutral

I think the high is pretty much a nice couch-locker (maybe because I harvested late?). Has an amazing smell of Pineapple, Very dark in color! Had a very unique look from the start. Great strain, would try again for sure! This time without the mistakes I made along the way.

The Outcome
Week
15
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
30.5
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
1.08
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
100
oz
g
Bud wet weight
What's on the scales?
3.53
oz
g
Bud wet weight
Harvested
1 plant
Number of plants harvested
Light
1200 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
1
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
10.76
ft²
Grow Room size
0
ounce /watt/plant
0.1
ounce/ft²
1.08
ounce /plant
111.52
watt/ft²
0.09
plant/ft²
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Products
Six Shooter
Delivery to Spain
Six Shooter is an autoflowering cross of Crystal METH and Mexican Airlines with a citrus and incense scent and an explosive effect. The smoke is soft, with pepper notes. It is not recommended to day smoke because of the powerful disorienting effect. The plant growing up to a hefty 1.4m in height. It is the largest FastBuds strain with good genetics and a large harvest. An excellent choice for growing outdoor. Yield reaches 500 - 750 gr for 1m2 in about 9 weeks. The variety is named Six Shooter because its resin-hard buds look like bullets. This strong sativa hybrid contains 23% THC! The strain is adapted for both indoor and outdoor growthб but outdoor, it grows incredibly quickly and productively.
Gender Feminised
Genes 30% Indica / 70% Sativa
Harvest 500 - 650 g/m²
THC 23.0%
11,00 €
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Tastes like
Sour
Sweet
Tropical
Feels like
70% Sativa
30% Indica

Positive effects

Creative
Relaxed
Sleepy

Negative effects

Dry mouth
Nutrients

Good stuff, seemed to work. (my fault I switched to flowering nutes way too late)

Translate

Very nice, seemed to work great.

First harverst ever! So exited, it was so much fun!

I was expecting less from her, because I messed the flowering nutes, and she suffered, but a nice 30.5 gram dried buds is a very nice reward in the end :)

Grow Questions
AlphaWinner42 week 13 started grow question 1 year ago
Was this the right time to harvest?- I would say around 20-30% of the trichomes were amber (check close-up photos).
From what I read - it's even a bit too "ripe", and if I wanted an uplifting high - I should harvest when the trichomes are mostly milky-white with only a bit amber
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Stick answered grow question 1 year ago
Hi @AlphaWinner42! Pistils can be a clue, if you noticed that new pistils have stopped appearing and old pistils have almost all turned red/brown and curly, but the best way to ensure it's the right time is to look at the trichomes with a magnifier/microscope. Clear/Transparent/Thin trichomes mean it's too soon, Milky/Cloudy/Fat trichomes mean the harvest window is open, Amber trichomes mean the harvest window is ending, and THC is degrading (less THC, more CBD/CBN). As long as most of the trichomes have turned from clear and thin to fat and milky you know the 'harvest window' is open, even if you don't see any amber. Harvesting too soon (too many clear trichs) will result in a uplifting/energetic effect but you will lose some terpenes & oil potential. Waiting longer (too many amber trichs) will result in a heavy stone/couchlocking effect. Hand-held microscopes can be found for a few dollars on the internet or at your local growshop. Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch:
DaenerysT answered grow question 1 year ago
It really depends on what you wanted out of the harvest. If you were looking for more psychoactive effects, maybe a more social high, then yes: it might be a little late, at least on the top-most buds. The mid and lower ones are likely to be less far along. If you were looking for sleeping medicine or something to help manage pain; the more amber trichomes exhibit those qualities, because the THC (psychoactive effects) will have begun to oxidize; leaving you with CBN (great for sleep/pain).

That’s the most wonderful part about growing
your own. You can select the strain that best suits your purposes AND you can choose when to harvest so that it best suit your purposes too.
Removed answered grow question 1 year ago
Hi mate your question is pretty much answered by yourself
Because it is entirely up to the grower how he/she prefers their stone.
You are absolutely correct that the more amber triches the more of a physical type stone
and the opposite (less amber more clouded) results in a head rush type high that may or may not last less than the
body stone feeling of longer matured bud.
Hope this helps and remember it's about what you like not what the majority like :fist:
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Comments
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Its all up to you when you like to harvest your buds mate depending on the type of high you are wanting to achieve. (see above answer to your question for more info):grin:

Athos
Athos week 15

Yes it is the right time to harvest, Although amber thricomes will give you a more stoned high, harvesting while clear / cloudy will not turn an indica into a sativa. If you want to get an uplifting high, get a strain as close to 100% sativa as you can get your hand on, even strins that are 90% sativas pale in comparisson to a 100% sativas, unfortunately this will rule out auto strains.

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@Alphawinner42 Hi did you ever find an answer for that grow question from quite some time back ??

BossSauce
BossSauce week 15

great work my friend ! please pass the :popcorn: popcorn

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@AlphaWinner42 hi there did you ever find an answer to your above question?? :point_up_2: I beleive it's entirely up to the end user as to when they prefer to harvest.

Stick
Stick week 15

Hi @AlphaWinner42! Pistils can be a clue, if you noticed that new pistils have stopped appearing and old pistils have almost all turned red/brown and curly, but the best way to ensure it's the right time is to look at the trichomes with a magnifier/microscope. Clear/Transparent/Thin trichomes mean it's too soon, Milky/Cloudy/Fat trichomes mean the harvest window is open, Amber trichomes mean the harvest window is ending, and THC is degrading (less THC, more CBD/CBN). As long as most of the trichomes have turned from clear and thin to fat and milky you know the 'harvest window' is open, even if you don't see any amber. Harvesting too soon (too many clear trichs) will result in a uplifting/energetic effect but you will lose some terpenes & oil potential. Waiting longer (too many amber trichs) will result in a heavy stone/couchlocking effect. Hand-held microscopes can be found for a few dollars on the internet or at your local growshop. Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch:

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Congratulations on the harvest! I still have some butter myself in the freezer so I think I will make some popcorn as well this evening