My first twin bean. I immediately knew I was going to attempt to seperate them, so that's exactly what I did, and with no regrets! Both of these girls were literally the opposite of each other, both in veg and flower. Twin1 was the shorter plant in veg, but stretched the most in flower. She still only had an average stretch, but Twin2 hardly stretched much even though she seemed taller in veg. Both pheno's are very sweet in smell and flavour; Twin1 is like sugary sweet berries in taste with a very slight floral tone, whereas Twin2 is also sweet, but the floral taste is more overpowering. T2 has a nice spice to her too.
It's hard to say which is the favourite as they have similar but very different tastes. They're both completely different in bud structure too; Twin1 is the winner here, as she's far more dense. Even though Twin2 produced more flowers and more weight, she wasn't as dense lower down, and suffered from some crazy foxtails due to slightly higher temps and was taken a bit further than she wanted to go.
These girls were easy to grow, had great structures and are very pungent and flavourful. A pleasure to have in the Den :wolf:
Thank you to everyone who has been following, commenting and liking each week, it's always appreciated. This was very different, but an extremely fun journey! I've definitely learned a thing or two from my experience with these mutant twins, so I hope some of you have too. I hope this diary gives more people confidence in separating them and also the proof that the smaller twin CAN be a worthy contender for keeper pheno!
Twin1 dry weight - 47g
Twin2 dry weight - 53g
Because I have 4 seperate plants/strains in one tent, under one light, I've had to calculate these by dividing the conditions by 2 (4 plants in total sharing same conditions, 2 being 11R's). This is the fairest and only way to work it out properly.
Happy growing! :wolf: