Definitely one of the most diverse looking grows this year. The heat has been relentless. I am watering thoroughly in the morning, and finding by sundown that I need to water again. No wilt, just dry soil.
Feeding schedule has gone to every third day and focusing on bloom foods now. I also have sprayed with BT twice, since the bud worms have made an appearance which I nipped at the first signs.
The Cream and Cheese plants appear totally different. The difference as far as I can determine, is the South side plant is close to a vegetated wall, and probably remains cooler (relatively). That one is pretty much going well into bud production and has a heavier amount of fragrance. The same plant, 6 feet away and more exposed is also producing lots of bud, but has 4 times the amount of leaves around the colas like it is shading itself? Both are smelling mouthwatering sweet and of piney resin.
The Blueberry's are doing the same as last year and shedding the older leaves. Once again, the one near the ivy covered wall is well ahead in flowering than the one with more exposure to the heat. The Blueberry's are just beginning to fill with flower as compared to the Cream and Cheese.
I am thinking I will probably need to treat each plant as an individual to determine the best harvest time since they are all doing their own thing it seems.
Cream and Cheese on the East Cream and Cheese East side detail
South side by wall, Cream and Cheese on the Left South side C&C detail, heavier buds
Edited by Skywatcher, 17 August 2021 - 04:29 PM.