Quick veg update on round 3.

We're on day 18 of the Prosecco F1 testers from one of the brothers at @bifbeans. They definitely seem to be healthy so far. What I did notice about super early growth is that they will tend to mutate some of the super early leaves like the white grape tends to. So far not much to report, will begin training these soonish.
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Damn dude those are beautiful! Showing nice uniformity too.

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Nice work. Clean set up. I approve. Keep growing it pays off in so many more ways than just the smoking.

It's an amazing plant that will tell you everything that's wrong.

Get the deficiency and toxicity plates. And get to know a strain. Make some experiments and learn first hand.

But also enjoy those babies.

Blaze it!

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For sure! I've learned that the plant will always kind of tell you what's happening with it. I really enjoy growing and have a favorite plant to grow so far. Will probably keep running that one for quite some time until I have that dialed it. For now, growing these testers out, and will be putting what I've learned to practice and hopefully learning even more.

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That's the best way you become a Master Gardener. Learn actually do it make some mistakes and don't be afraid of failure.

Personally I've had projects failed miserably and the only thing I could do was just smile and plan for next year.

There is always another chance at being able to grow a garden.

However when you finally do have some success it makes all the trials and tribulations so much more worth it.

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