Thank you. I love hearing about growing. I just love plants. Was just off reading about malted barley.Thanks, I certainly try.
The bottoming trimming was from a week or so ago. The last two nights I've pulled fan leaves from above the screen. Enough to fill a 30 gallon trash can from the screen up something I rarely do.
I'm pretty sure this is from an enzyme over load. My normal stretch is about half of this. And I still don't know how it ends. I won't know that till mid sept. I ordered a roll of 1/8 nylon rope to make a support system, if I don't in a couple weeks those tall stems will get heavy and wanna flop down on the tall sativas. In front are two cherry pies, they are built stouter and the buds aren't huge, and should be ok. But ya, I'll try to keep y'all updated.
How is Cherry Pie to grow? It's on my short list for next season.Most people like it. It's an easy going, uplifting, happy time sativa. Good for anxiety I've been told.
And it has a strong lime flavor that comes through with herb and rosin.
ATM it and my cherry pie are my most popular varieties with my patients.
How is Cherry Pie to grow? It's on my short list for next season.
Thank you, @Shredder. That's good information.It grows fairly well, but compared to the rest of my garden it grows slow, and doesn't produce great either.
I have my cherry pie plants on 3 styrofoam 1.5" thick blocks, (4.5") and it's still shorter than the others. But it is a sturdy plant. A lot like bubba kush.
But it looks great. It turns purple and blue at the end. It tastes really nice. Not sure how I'd describe it, not like cherry pie to me, just a nice strong marijuana smell. The smell is intoxing, it draws you in. And the effects are relaxing, not quite couch lock but close. To me it's like what I remember vallium to be like.
Edit, it's a grand daddy purps crossed with Durban Poison, so I expect it's a good medicinal plant as well.