@Joshua, I had to put an alarm on my phone 7:30 am and 7:30 pm @ Sub I used to take really good pics with my 35mm camera. @ Hulkster every plant in the LD, is a clone or a reg seed, that over the years I have bred. One of the reasons I'm doin the LD is to check out old seeds for specific phenos and quality. Over the years you can easily lose track of what is what. @ Smiles and CPW, some are in their 3rd week of flower and some are just starting. I'll need to wrap it up by July hopefully.
Pic looks awesome !!! The original Romulan was very good. There's still some excellent cultivars out there. This strain has been preserved better than most of the old school strains. Here's a brief history...
GEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN: Pacific Northwest
STORY: This strain started out in the PNW as a Korean sourced Thai, grown by Veterans of the Korean War in the 1950's. Over time, they developed a loose growers collective made up of close friends, who were also veterans and motorcycle club members. These growers stretched in location from Canada to Southern California. During a 30 year time span, they slowly introduced several strains in their attempts to make the plant easier to grow. Each time they bred their worked Thai line with a new strain, they worked those resulting plants for many years before introducing/breeding in a new strain. The first was Mexican sativa, and that result was eventually bred with a Colombian sometime in the late 1970's. They eventually crossed it with an Afghani indica, but did not like the results so they back-crossed those results with the Colombian strain. The final result, they deemed complete, and over the years it became known as Romulan.