The plants that received no treatment are progressing as Bubblicious always does, with light visible trichs on the buds, but very little frosting on the sugar leaves.
The plants that received jasmonic acid treatment only, show heavy visible trichs on the buds, as well as a light frosting of trichomes on the sugar leaves.
Tukaj je celotn topic:
^ v tem topicu je še primerjava z gibberellic acid samo so ugotovili, da ni vredu zravn mešat še tega, saj povzroča samo stegovanje oz. "foxtailing".
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Jaz spray naj nebi pomagal samo se predvideva da se nek del MDHJ spremeni tudi v MeJa, torej potemtakem je tudi vredu
Da slišim mnenja, ker očitno zadeva preverjeno deluje. Torej z večjo pokritostjo trichomov se zviša % THC-ja in s tem sam high.
I for one have noticed I seem to get higher from smoking buds from plants that were sprayed with JA, as MeJA. I have not yet tested buds from MeJA application with TLC spot density scanning, but I plan to soon, and compare the results of TLC spot density scanning from non-MeJA sprayed plants. I also plant to do the same test using Jaz spray and compare Jaz spay trich density and THC to MeJA trich density and THC.
Along with THC I plan to look at CBD, and a few other cannabinoids, as well as some terpenoids, with TLC spot density comparison via scanning.
The short answer IMO is yes; increased trich density equals greater level of total THC (and probably some terpenoids) per area or per gram of bud, but not greater THC per gland head.