...is a long time. Finally gonna wrap-up the first grow of this Thai. (Gypsy Nirvana- Thai Stick Sativa) It's like losing a member of the family, she's been in the corner of the flower tent for so long. Now, the shitty part. Trimming this beast will be a chore. Yield will be pretty abysmal, far more leaf than calyx to deal with. Even though the plant is pretty big, I doubt it will yield more than 3 oz. Lotta useless greenery. Taking this down on the weekend because there will be several hours of painstaking scissor work, to get the most out of this big, green, mess. I've tried pulling the leaf off. Faster, but that removed too much of the flower, as well. So it looks like a long session of trimming fox-tails. The next time this one flowers, will be to make some seed. She's a good candidate for hybridization. Absolutely no herm tendencies in this plant. Pretty fortunate to find a solid female Thai, straight away. I've got a few ideas from what seed is on hand; Mango Haze G-13 Haze Shark Shock Ha, I did paint a few flowers on this girl, early on. Found 1 mature seed. It's been so long I forgot where the pollen came from, though. I'll write it down, going forward. This will be the winters distraction. I've got no real plan. Just going to cross this girl with any good-lookin' male that happens by. It'll be fun to see what kind of changes result from the offspring. As is, this girl is too wild for my liking.