Articles Tagged: grow report

Big Buddha Blue Cheese Outdoor Smoke Report

October 25th, 2013 | By

Once again this year, I am lucky enough to have some outdoor grown Big Buddha Blue Cheese, a king of weeds without doubt. And once again, it is lovely.

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Blue Cheese is potent, stinky, cheesy stuff that really gets you to another level, whilst not rendering you incapable. This weed was grown locally and is a fine example of a Cheese. And the more you smoke, the more stoned you get.  I cannot recommend this highly enough.

The crop from last year was the best weed I had ever smoked in my life. This year, it is excellent but not quite up to the same standard as last year which really was verging on being majorly hallucinogenic. This is not a complaint, merely an observation.

After pushing it for a while with this weed, there is some visual enhancement and a bit of sweat under the eyes I find. Go and grow some of this stuff outdoors – you will not be disappointed.

Andy

Autoblueberry Grow and Smoke Report

October 22nd, 2013 | By

I find it hard to put my finger exactly on how the Autoblueberry makes me feel.  It’s definitely not your standard stone feeling. You do not feel sleepy. You feel positive, and pretty level headed actually, cheerful. I cannot imagine anyone using this plant and then being sad.

It certainly does not stop you going about your business in any way. I find that it’s good for creativity and thinking through problems. You can see how it would be useful in a medical context as it leaves people in a positive upbeat state. It gets me out into the garden and makes boring gardening quite enjoyable.

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And then there is the smell. Autoblueberry retains the original sweet berry aroma of blueberry – I’m sure this comes out beautifully in the cure.  I’ve never managed to get my AB to cure – which is a bit of a sin I know. It’s just so nice.

Autoblueberry is about the only thing that can keep me from being very upset about finding that some of my auto blueberry plants have been attacked by caterpillars (from moths I think) this year.  No photos I’m afraid.  Thank God there is one big healthy plant left.  Not an easy thing to come to terms to when they have been looking so well over the last few weeks.

It’s easy to grow. I use decent store bought potting soil with a small amount of feed already in and just add water. Always comes out nice this way. Never had any complaints. And it always seems so damned fast. I would like to plant 100 of these plants.  I cannot recommend it highly enough.

Pineapple Express Grow and Smoke Report

October 21st, 2013 | By

This plant was a real eye opener. I’ve been growing autos outside for nearly 5 years now and am nearly always disappointed with the final yield. I keep trying though. I knew that one day I would find something nice that worked well and produced amazing weed. That day arrived this summer with Pineapple Express.

This is one of the most remarkable autos I have come across. It’s fast-finishing in 60 to 70 days. It’s remarkably sticky – the huge buds are just oozing with THC and you can immediately tell so. And it produces well – despite being short. Some of the plants even had ‘double buds’ on the top cola.

All the buds were extremely bulky – it’s easy to get an ounce from the plant with very little care and attention.  Plant ten of these and you will have a nice bit of weed. Having grown Pineapple Chunk also, I can say in my experience that the buds on Pineapple Express look even bigger than those of Pineapple Chunk! Sounds crazy but that’s what it looked like to me.

The high is strong and pleasant. A proper smooth indica buzz without any couchlock.  A usable high that you can still operate OK on. You certainly know you’ve had it though. Just lovely weed. I cannot praise it enough.

Even taken a few weeks early, the weed is still outstanding!

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Like I say, for an auto, this is a remarkable plant and has certainly encouraged me to look further into the Barney’s Farm catalogue. I will definitely be growing it again and again. I’m really look forward to seeing what kind of bud this produces under indoor lights. A real achievement in autoflowering plants in my humble opinion. Definitely worth your attention if you are interested in seeing what a good auto can produce. Get some you will not be disappointed. Your friends will thank you.