This year's best seeds?

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  1. harponet

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    the small one is B Lee auto.



    The big one is Barney's Farm Critical Kush - Feminised
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    Current state is here gaian. Please note that the plant are on my Eastern window inisde. The big 2 plants are even begind the curtain, the small one one (B Lee auto) behind the window

    Kush
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    Kush and Super lemon haze 8the one with almost no power yet. It started to get going only last week!!!
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    Lee Auto
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    Nice job harpo ! Your plants look great.....you've certainly got a green thumb.:bravo:I think you're really gonna like the Critical Kush.
     
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    thank you :)

    I have a question:
    To me that little B Lee Auto plant looks like she will have some seeds on as well.
    What do you guys think? Has she become male as well?
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    Here is my second question.
    Is this plant ready to be harvested or should i still wait a little bit?
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    Is this ripe enough for harvest?
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    I usually look at the trichomes with a pocket microscope to see if the plants ready for harvest. I'm not experienced enough yet to look at the plant with my naked eye and know if its ready. How long have you been flowering it for ? I bought a small pocket microscope off ebay called the 420 scope....it's pretty good for looking at trichomes.
     
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    its quite a long time since the first buds appeared. I only use sun and my evening lamp as its source of light so it should be about now. Most of the buds trich are turning brown now, only the lower parts are still white
     
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    No! Even the lowest buds tricks are now turning brown (half/half now)
     
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    If i ordered seeds from dnagenetics, is it safe to send them to my place, or should i not do that?? I dont plan on growing there anyways
     
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    Are they discreet enogh to where i shouldnt be worried about red flags??