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10
104
29
1304
2 months ago
Indoor
Room Type
Manual
Watering
80%
Coco Coir
Grow medium
20%
Expanded Clay
Grow medium
Strain
Sweet Seeds - Sweet Amnesia Haze XL Auto®
Sweet Amnesia Haze XL Auto®
Sweet Seeds

Growing it

Normal

Resistance

Neutral

:point_right:This seed was a pale, almost white seed. A seed, if I was culling through potential seeds to propogate, I would have tossed aside. I did succeed in germinating it and, after a slow start, it flourished. I don’t think I reached the strains full potential…but that doesn’t mean I didn’t reach this plants potential. Subtle colors of fall around the tops in the fan leaves and colas. The aroma was distinctly sweet and made me smile whenever close up sniffing of the flowers. The aroma was the typical, almost generic funky stank pf cannabis, but with a distinct sweet tinge that was reminiscent of exotic dancer perfume. A very happy, aromatic experience.

:point_right:That aromatic sexiness continued to live on in the cured bud. While the structure was airy and elongated, the calyxes were large and stacked yet not plumped into ‘typical’ tight bud structure. But the frost…the frost is everywhere. It extends onto the stems, and coats every sugar leaf. Super sticky to the touch. While growing, the aroma of the resin on my fingers was Pine sol cleaner, with a hint of sweetness. That solvent aroma did not exist however at harvest. The aroma at harvest while trimming was stripper perfume sweet fun! Way stickier than the gorilla glue #4 I’ve grown before. I had to repeatedly scrape the scissors with a razor blade to keep them usable. I got a nice ball of scissor resin as a prize (oh my is it delicious!).

:point_right:The jar aroma is a nice pleasant sweet funky stank. When pinching a hit for a bong the aroma hits me in the face and makes me smile. The taste at exhale is delicious and is well…sweet…sweet funky stank. Delicious after taste that lingers. There is an almost instantaneous buzz, fun and uppy. Long lasting and intense. As the high subsides relaxation is easy. Surprisingly it is easy to go to sleep and when toked near bedtime it doesn’t keep me awake!

The Outcome
Week
15
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
286
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
10.09
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
1079
oz
g
Bud wet weight
What's on the scales?
38.06
oz
g
Bud wet weight
Harvested
1 plant
Number of plants harvested
Light
150 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
1.49
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
16
ft²
Grow Room size
0.07
ounce /watt/plant
0.63
ounce/ft²
10.09
ounce /plant
9.38
watt/ft²
0.06
plant/ft²
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Harvest Day! Day 103 LARF branch.
bucket-o-larf
Cola "C"
Thick branch knuckles.
Thick branch knuckles.
Thick branch knuckles.
Queen and the court
Queen and the court
Queen and the court
Queen and her court and the slave.
Queen and the court
Queen and the court
Top 2 racks are for the Larf, the bottom two were for decent secondary buds.
"Larf"
"Larf"
"Larf"
Secondary Buds
Secondary Buds
Secondary Buds
"Larf"
"Larf"
Dry Rack
LARF
Scissor hash!
Weight Log
Bud Goods Stash Jar
Tastes like
Herbs
Sweet
Feels like
80% Sativa
20% Indica

Positive effects

Creative
Happy
Uplifted

Negative effects

Dry eyes
Nutrients
Tents

2 years straight use and no sighs of wear. Easy to clean.

Commented by Bud_Good Bud_Good

Blow Mind Blows My Mind!!!:sunglasses:
:point_right:Harvest day came! The plant trichomes were mostly cloudy, still a few clears and very little amber on the calyx’s. If this was the only indicator for this plant I would have kept going until I saw a few less clears. However the plant did not have many fresh calix’ and most of the leaves were fully faded and drying out (referring to the major cola branches). Since it’s a Sativa dominant strain, I wanted the uppy high and so there was no need to risk pushing any further.

:point_right:To do the harvest, I started at the bottom of the plant. I trimmed the secondary branches off and most of those landed on the ‘larf’ net, and the major colas got wet weighed and placed on a clothes pin with a letter on it. I logged each bud with its wet weight. Each clothes pinned cola was hung on a drying rack. Some of the lower coals had some decent secondary buds and those were given numbers so they could be jarred with its main cola later. I was not able to access the plant and trim as much of the secondary branches from the main branches. The lower branches have lots of secondary branches and lots of under developed flower. I will categorize it as larf because it is under developed, even if each secondary branch would be the same size and quality as many of the so-called ‘contest winners’ on this site. But I digress…The bud structure wasn’t ‘perfect’, oversized calyx’s, longer and slender, with a bit of fox tailing. But oh wow is it frosty! This is the stickiest of any that I have grown so far. My first Gorilla glue lived up to its name as a scissor clogger…this plant is twice as sticky! The sticky is all over the plant and extends well out onto the sugar leaves and the stems. The lower areas of the plant also had more leaves on it, so it became a frustrating exercise of leaves being trimmed and sticking to my fingers as I plucked them, then switching to the scissors to snip the leaves, which quickly became sticky and required lots of scraping to keep working. I started using two different pairs of scissors, one for leaves and one for the buds. I did get a nice, almost marble sized scissor hash ball.

:point_right:The buds had lots of sugar leaves; these were all frosty as fuck. So I only trimmed off the leaves that stuck out. I didn’t trim them close. The structure of this bud, a looser trim is seemed to be what it should get. I had 18 main colas, and 8 buds from a couple of the lower main colas. There was one and a half net racks with decent sized secondary buds, and two net racks full of ‘larf’. I didn’t weigh the larf after a few bunches. After all the buds were trimmed, cataloged and hug on the rack, and aimed a 42” tower fan set about 36” away and turned to a medium speed. Two smaller fans pointed at the round net rack. The grow tent exhaust was cranked to high because the sweet funky stank was pissing my wife off…so I knew it was going to be something special! Outside, even with moderate breezes you could smell it outside around the house. After 12 hours I rotated the buds side that faced the fans, after 8 more hours I turned the fan down to its lowest speed. I again rotated the buds and weighed a couple to see the reduction in weight so far. The buds on the net rack were turned every 8 hrs. During this time the outdoor temps were in the 40s and sunny. My HVAC was set to 65f and didn’t run much. After the buds started feeling a little dry on the outside I placed them inside paper lunch sacks and left the tops open. I monitored the buds closely till they felt like they were getting a little drier. At that time I closed the top of the bags. When I did that step I weighed a couple buds and we were at about 38%. Another couple of days like this and I weighed again, we were at about 25-30% weight remaining. Normally I shoot for 20-25%, however the buds felt very dry so I proceeded with the cataloging the weight as I placed into jars. I placed hygrometers in each jar and expected to be leaving the jars open regularly to keep the humidity down. Surprisingly most of the hygrometers were registering below 60% humidity with only a few of the jars needing any airing out. My target humidity is 62%, but since they have all been slightly lower I have held off on putting the humidity packs in. The buds are still a little moist around the middle and Im sure the extreme frosty stickiness is contributing to holding in some moisture. This isn’t a bad thing and I have the humidity low enough that I shouldn’t get any mildew. I put the 62% humidity packs into the jars as I felt that each jar needed it. The final weights do not include the 'larf'. The total of the underdeveloped 'larfy' buds was 142g and would make great hash. I wont be making hash however because I the kief hash is already more that I will consume.

:point_right:I took a small larf branch two weeks early. . I just let it dry out with no care for about 5 days then put into a small jar. It’s really the best larf I’ve toked yet. Very sticky, sweet funk aroma, and a nice strong buzz. I sampled some of the main buds after being in the jars a few days and it was significantly stronger! Taking a tiny bit of the scissor hash at two weeks was exponentially stronger! At 6 weeks the flavor is wonderful. Smooth and sweet. The taste at exhale make me smile.

Comments
Sweet_Seeds
Sweet_Seeds week 15

Congratulations! A great work :clap:
A great harvest, with a super delicious appearance. :heart_eyes:

Thank you very much for trusting our strains, and sharing your experience.

And thank you very much again for the score of 8 out of 10!! :clap::heart_eyes::heart:

We hope you enjoy the harvest :ok_hand:

Sweet smokes!
-Apolo

iHateSativa
iHateSativa week 15

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