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42 minutes ago, Golden-Goose said:

Here is Pineapple Fields 5 days before the chop.

As you can see... she is a big girl. The smell coming off of her is absolutely incredible. Candy/fruit/fuel/haze. Probably one of, if not the greatest smelling plant I've ever come across. I haven't been this excited about a plant in a good while.

 

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Absolutely beautiful fam💦

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Here is Pineapple Fields 5 days before the chop.
As you can see... she is a big girl. The smell coming off of her is absolutely incredible. Candy/fruit/fuel/haze. Probably one of, if not the greatest smelling plant I've ever come across. I haven't been this excited about a plant in a good while.
 
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Gorgeous

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I gave 20 Pineapple Chem beans to a friend to test. He soaked all 20 on Saturday. They cracked open on Sunday and went into their pots soon after. By Monday they were already above ground. 2 days!

The inside of the shells are a beautiful green.

 

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Thanks Farmer Brown! I'm having great fun with this.

We are currently pheno hunting for something special. We will find it for sure. Once that is done, we will work the line and cross back to the mother.

The F1 seeds I have will soon be made available as free seeds on the site.

If I ever need new testers I will keep you in mind bud.

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3 weeks from flip. Trichome development will start in earnest at about 5 weeks, and then they will continue to pack on the resin right up until harves. Both parents have this trait. Same with the weight. They will kick into high gear at around 5 weeks and continue to pack it on right until the end.

 

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