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Raspberry Cough harvest

by RbtAsq about March 22 - report

 They're all trimmed up, and curing in jars!  Finally!!

 Last SOG cycle of RC:

10-11 weeks flower time

12 plants, tallest was 14 inches.

530.2 grams. 1 pound, 2 oz., average 1.5 zips per plant.

Can't wait to get my new rooms set up and running.

I'm thinking I like these kinda numbers!

NEXT time, however, I will be wet trimming. Had to dry trim due to the big move, and it was a royal pain in the ass. Pain in the HANDS is more acurate!

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  • 1.028

    F1Tinman 1.028 points - March 22

    Nice work my friend! I'm with you on the wet trimming. Just did an oz of Tangie and almost an oz of PPP. Both trimmed after 7 day dry. Much more a pain in the ass than when wet.

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    • justme
      justme
      5.506 points -
      March 22

      Trimming is a pain in the ass wet or dry to me!

    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      Definitely considering buying a bowl trimmer before next harvest!

    • justme
      justme
      5.506 points -
      March 24

      I like my bowl trimmer overall. I have only trimmed a couple plants with it but it did save a lot of tedious trimming time. It doesn't do a really close trim but it does the job. I came back and hit my nugs by hand after the bowl trimmer but for personal ...  more

  • 864

    notsohigh 864 points - March 22

    That is great enjoy your harvest 

    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      Thanks! RC is some good smoke. And no couch lock, which my wife appreciates! lol
      Just like Screwstick (RIP) recommended it to me, I recommend it to EVERYBODY!!!

  • 1.967

    Hulk 1.967 points - March 22

    Congrats on your harvestx must have had a short veg time sounds like they were short and fat. What flavor are you running next?
    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      For my SOG, I only veg my clones a couple weeks, to make sure the roots are settled into the soil.
      Sorry, shoulda said "latest" RC harvest, not "last". Still gonna run RC. I've got a Blackjack mother going strong, might put Blackjack ...  more

  • 5.506

    justme 5.506 points - March 22

    Nice harvest! Where is the picture of some prize nugs? Happy growing my friend!!
    • Score: 0
    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      7.478 points -
      March 23

      thanks for the recomendation!

    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      "Bowl o' Nugs" pic is up top, too.

    • justme
      justme
      5.506 points -
      March 23

      Very nice! I was only playing but we do love bud porn!

    • justme
      justme
      5.506 points -
      March 23

      I will definitely be trying that strain soon. I have heard many good things about it.

  • 3.252

    TokeaJ 3.252 points - March 22

    Sounds like a great harvest! It will come in handy these times.
    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      Especially for me. Since we just moved, I haven't had a chance to get my rooms set up yet. I've got 1 cycle limping along, just trying to get to harvest. Everything else is still packed up.

  • 7.478

    SubterraneanHomesickBooze 7.478 points - March 22

    sounds great! i still want to see SOG pictures. wet trim IS easier! I agree

    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      I've posted a few pics of different periods in my SOG. No new ones, because of the move and all, was a little preoccupied.
      I'll start posting more pics once I get things up and running again.
      And yeah, all my years of growing, I've always wet trimmed. N...  more

    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      7.478 points -
      March 23

      ive dry trimmed once.no big whoop.its not a real advantage of any kind

  • 12.845

    SanBoisLee 12.845 points - March 23

    Yeah, sounds like me crying over trimming, lol! Wet trim with a bowl trimmer is easiest. Yeah, I'm curious about the sog. Show us some pics if you can and congrarts on your success!

    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      There's a few older pics in my albums, but no newer ones. Newest are the pics of the plants themselves, with a couple close ups. Those are the ones I just harvested. No new pics of the setup.
      Once I get the new place running, I'll start posting more pics...  more

    • Tomwel187
      Tomwel187
      870 points -
      March 24

      Damn 530 on a little over half a sq/m huh? That’s pretty impressive

  • 1.564

    TheGreatMilenko 1.564 points - March 23

    Never tried SOG!
    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      To me, it's all about timing, and HAND WATERING!! lol
      Timing the cloning to get the correct cycle times can be tricky.
      And unless you automate, it's an awful lot of hand watering.
      But other than that, I'm really liking it. Especially if I can harvest a p...  more

    • king
      king
      6.419 points -
      March 23

      RbtAsq i have been trying 2 do that 2... i now have it down how 2 and yea it is nice after trying 2 max each plant 2 the max..... scale back a little and let 4 plants give u that amount and most the time there is a little more..... it is a hell'v of a l...  more

  • 6.419

    king 6.419 points - March 23

    dam nice numbers there RbtAsq and size enjoy my friend...... may have 2 do a SOG my self......

    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      Thanks, king!
      I really like it. Even though there's a lot of plants, they're small. So they don't need topped, or trained. Just keep them defol-ed for light penetration and air flow, since they're packed kinda close together.

  • 3.391

    bill59 3.391 points - March 23

    Great report Rbt. I really like the idea of a SOG, maybe someday. SWould be cool to take a break from training. 

    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      2.754 points -
      March 23

      The only real "gotta have", is consistent cloning.
      I use a 12 hole aero cloner, and get almost 100% success rates.

    • Tomwel187
      Tomwel187
      870 points -
      March 24

      Damn that’s lagit I’m at like 80 percent or so success with my aero cloner....

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