So here's the deal, one off my plants started turning pink . It began about a week ago and all the hairs are beginning to look quite pink by now. Unfortunatly i have no idea what strain it is. I got these seeds from a friend and they turned out 3 totally different plants.
Anyhow i am hoping that this pink lady will deliver some extraordinarely sweet weed I personally have never seen a plant like that it's very cool to see. So anyone any ideas on what strain it might be ?
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Pink haired buds, very tasty looking (pictures inside)
Posted 23 September 2007 - 10:16 PM
Yeah i know when they start to turn brown but these ar really pink and judging by the buds the are still at least 2 weeks away from harvest. I lmyself am very surprised, as i said i had never seen something like that myself, i've seen purple buds and bleuberry and stuff, but i haven't seen pink hairs before.
Posted 23 September 2007 - 11:41 PM
I have vividly pink hairs (similar to the colour of yours but a little pinker) on all three of my BC God Buds. They smell like intense fruit loops cereal, and are covered in trichomes. However, pink or purple hairs don't tell you anything about your plant other than that you might have had some chilly weather recently. It's most likely just a phenotype of that particular strain.
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