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Old July 18, 2018   #16
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Have to say I agree JR. The plants I topped and fed with fish fert, wow - couldn't believe the bizarre 'supertrusses' that sprouted from that top cluster. Happening in plants not genetically related, so definitely the fert/pruning/environment.

I took some pics but haven't been able to post them, something happened to my browser and now it crashes the whole thing when I try to upload a pic.
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Old July 18, 2018   #17
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A few of my plants are doing this as well, and one of them is Cherokee Purple.
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