4 Plants Cup Full Results
Below you can find the reviews submitted for each category, and the breakdown of the final scores. We won’t post the competitor names publicly, but feel free to utilize your bragging rights (or hide, if you got a low score) yourself!
*Note: The grid full breakdown looks best on a desktop, but the winners are noted below for convenience.
First Place - Amateur Medical - # 4
Congratulations to competitor number #964640283 who submitted cultivar #4 to the Amateur Medical category!
Here is what we know about this cultivar:
- Black Cherry Kush
- Grown in Pakenham, Ontario
- Already placed third in Indoor Amateur, so we know this was grown indoors.
Fun fact: This is one of the only submission that reviewers were so passionate about that they submitted their own image (added in the gallery, see right).
Second Place - Amateur Medical - # 1
Congratulations to competitor #970455993 who submitted cultivar #1 to the Amateur Medical category. Here is what we know about this cultivar:
- Citrus farmer from Dungeons Vault Genetics
- Grown in Keswick, Ontario
- Some descriptors include ‘bold, with a hint of spice, especially cinnamon’
- This competitor didn’t submit any reviews which isn’t very fair to the rest of the participants, especially considering it was such a small category 🙁
Extra pictures were added by competitors, shown below. Whoever this reviewer is, they’ve got a very good eye for taking some stellar photos of delicious looking cannabis. Thank you for that eyecandy!
Third Place - Amateur Medical - # 2
Congratulations to competitor #963624553 who submitted cultivar #2 to the Amateur Medical category. Here is what we know about this cultivar:
- Early Miss from Crop King Seeds
- Grown indoors under LED lighting in Stepwell Supersoil, noted to be grown
all organic with no added nutrients, watered with rain barrel collected water, and with beneficial nematodes were added to the soil before before planting in an attempt at Integrated pest management.
- Grown in North Vancouver, British Columbia
Congratulations to all 4 of the contestants that submitted dried cannabis to the Amateur Medical category. Each contestant will receive an email in the coming days identifying which cultivar submission was theirs. Even if you did not do well, please know that your participation is acknowledged, appreciated, and that together we will grow even better. This is a community, and you’ll learn new growing techniques the more you do it!
Prizes and details will be released as soon as possible and communicated directly with the winners. 4 Plants Cup 2020 will be announced later this month.
Below you can find the reviews submitted for each category, and the breakdown of the final scores. We won’t post the competitor names publicly, but feel free to utilize your bragging rights yourself!
The four charts below are split up like so:
Amateur Medical Full Results – this is a breakdown of all the options. Grouped by submission name, you can compare each review for each submission, with the total from the first round, the bonus points from the second round, and the final score. In this way, you can compare the first and retrospective rounds side by side.
First Round Comparison – this is the first round only. Grouped by any one of the cultivar ratings – visuals – the trim, structure, bag appeal; tactile – compressive feel and fragility; olfaction – expanse, magnitude, pungency, and composition of smell; and gustation – the dynamism, distinguishability, and longevity of taste – allows you to compare how different growers judged the same product. .
Retrospective Round Comparison – this is the second round only. Grouped by any one of the retrospective ratings – specifically the smoke/smoothness and effect, or the bonus points, you can cross compare cultivars and reviews.
Amateur Medical Gallery – this is a view of all the submissions for this category, where they’re grown, and what we know about the cultivar.