Strain Review - 4th Gear by County Line Genetics

H.a.F.

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It's difficult to see in this pic but my 4th Gear batch 24 is an 8-top manifold. She's a little stretchy, but nothing unmanageable. What you see in the center are two random limbs that grew a little faster than the other six. This is on 11/8, day 29 of 12/12. I'll get better pics tonight at lights on.
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These were taken 10/30, and show a better pic of what is going on.
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Soooo, there's three shorter limbs on each side, then to even out the canopy without bending them out a foot on either side bent each limb like a bow - secured at the base to keep the spread, then tightened in the middle and let them all do the phototropic-mambo north to look all pretty.
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H.a.F.

Happy Wanderer
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Here is a few angles of my 4th gear.
Day 31 of 12/12, and only vegged long enough to form the manifold.
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I prune any lower shoots that have their own 1st node on the day I see pistils, so I usually end up with one set of lower flower sites per limb that develop a "larf-node" before they stop stretching and start stacking. It seems to make everything that's left a lot plumper.
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H.a.F.

Happy Wanderer
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Here is the size on the day I flipped, she is the one in the front left.
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H.a.F.

Happy Wanderer
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Batch 24 - Day 35 of 12/12
When I get the GDP out of the closet I might be able to pick up any smells the other plants might be getting, but I have nothing to offer for now LOL
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