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This is by far the best plant I've ever had. I grew her to about 2 feet under flouros (24/7) then cut back to
12/12 for a couple of weeks before transferring her to the HID bud room. Plant really stretched at that point for
the first few days and then I noticed that my HPS light was coming on, then powering off, and then coming
back on over and over again. Bought a new bulb and the plant quit stretching. At this point the buds took off,
at about golf ball size the top calyxes turned dark, bright pink and the small leaves around the buds frosted
themselves with THC glands. This happened very fast.
I had a male that looked a lot like the female BlueBell so I grew him long enough to get pollen and seeded
one of the branches. This seemed to make the plant respond with additional calyxes on all the buds (maybe
just a timing thing). Seeds are getting very large.
Plant is extremely easy to clone. It had approximately 20 nodes and I took the bottom 10 for clones. Even a
small side bud with a 1/2" of stem rooted ok. They seemed to have a hard time breaking out of bud mode
back into veg mode but are growing very fast now.
After a week out of town and my plant only being fed once a day, most of the pink coloring on the buds is
gone. The frosting of THC is at ridiculous levels. Fan that was blowing on the top of the plant got turned off
course a little and looks like the plant tried to save itself from the heat by coating its top buds (all that’s left
thanks to over active pre harvest testing) with THC. Smoke now tastes more and more like hashish and is
losing the berry like aroma.
Probably could grow the buds another 2 weeks but have a bunch of clones outgrowing their space in the veg
room. Seems like you can harvest this beauty a little early for the berry tasting high or wait for them to finish
to get the hashish tasting smoke that about knocks me out on 2 hits. Smoking the small frosted bud leaves
gives me a strong rush that lasts for a minute or so." tokertoo
Those of you that are growing the BlueWidow are growing a very good strain short nodes thick dark green
leaves in fact its very short I have a mother that’s 31 and hasn't got much taller than that when u flower her its
a bombshell thick dense ROCK SOLID buds covered in so much glands it almost hurts the eyes to look at it
and a strong smell that hurts the nose a bit its sweet hashy berry taste that explodes the lungs VERY STRONG.
IMO better than pure blueberry. You will fall in love with this hybrid very short, good side branching buds will
form in thick rock solid clusters and have sooo much resin everywhere in between small thick leaves has a
smell that tingles the nose a sweet berry taste that goes BOOM in your lungs:). I tried some leaf from it 10
days into 12/12,and I must say very impressive. I always sample a little female leaf after sexing the plants. I
have tried leaf from MCW, nc#5,nc#3,REW and the BlueWidow is in a class of its own. can’t wait to try the
finished product. I have finished some of the BW. It's gonna be a keeper for our purposes. I too have noticed
this strange growth pattern described below. My partner kept saying " the plants don’t have any center stalks,
then they grow another node!” I wondered if he was nuts at first (he is, but that’s beside the point), but he
described it to a tee. Thanks for the insight and education Bang! The plants are uniform and almost as wide as
they are tall. They all possess the unmistakable blue hue to the tops and a flavor and aroma that leaves me
wanting more. It isn’t the most powerful stone we have, but the flavor more than makes up for that.
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