The buds that i got out of it while they weren't the best quality i feel i could have grown, didn't turn out bad smoke wise. It has a nice even and uplifted high, not too harsh and only had mild side effects like dry eyes. The grow would have been perfect and relatively easy if i could have had her in a more sunny spot, that was our ultimate downfall this year.
Growing the Fire OG has been amazingly informative, it taught me so much about how to grow properly and how not to grow if i want things to be successful. Having the grow community here was such a huge help as this was my first grow season and needed lots of opinions and examples to go off. This plant would have been far more successful if it had been given more direct lighting, unfortunately I cannot control a lot of external problems...i suppose this is the downfall to doing an outdoor grow.
This grow taught me about toxicities, deficiencies, the need for proper training, to roll with the punches because many things go wrong in a grow such as breakage and natural disasters, and of coarse the essential role of quality lighting and the need to plan and prepare.
Although i had wanted to give up on this plant many times I chose to stick in there and let her do her best. Because of not giving up i know have a few ounces of fire OG to smoke and a great deal of trim to use making edibles and topicals. Even when a plant seems like a complete loss...it isn't as long as i can take something away from the grow. Whether that be a new knowledge of how to do something better next time or some nice buds and trim.
To anyone new like me...growing cannabis can be hard, but most new things are, so don't give up, keep learning and trying new things.
Happy Holidays everyone. Thank you for all your help and guidance. :v: