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Canuk Seeds Outdoor Photoperiod Grow

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2 weeks ago
Zkittles Custom Breeder & Strain
Dosidos Custom Breeder & Strain
Kelpak
Nutrients
NPK Industries
Nutrients
Outdoor
Room Type
Manual
Watering
65%
Soil
Grow medium
20%
Composted Manure
Grow medium
15%
Compost
Grow medium
LST
week 16
HST
week 16
Defoliation
week 16
Strain
Canuk Seeds - Gelato
Gelato
Canuk Seeds

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Strong

Slower to finish but easy to grow and more compact than the Zkittles so it sustained less wind damage. Beautiful terpenes and fall colours from vibrant green to deep purple. Nice compact sticky buds, less stretch than the Zkittles too.

The Outcome
Week
19
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
5669.9
oz
g
Bud wet weight
What's on the scales?
200
oz
g
Bud wet weight
Harvested
1 plant
Number of plants harvested
Photos & Videos
Feels like
100% Sativa
0% Indica
Nutrients
Commented by e4rtht0ne e4rtht0ne

Had about a half a dozen small spots of rot show so even with decent weather in the forecast I decided to cut her. Trichomes are showing some amber, she's frostier than the Zkittles also. Similar heavyweight to the Zkittles here though, expecting about a pound or two dry off each plant.

Grow Questions
e4rtht0ne week 14 started grow question 2 months ago
Limiting bud rot outdoors
Looking for tips to prevent mold/bud rot outdoors. We've had a wet and humid summer and not sure if we'll get drier weather this fall. Any advice? Have heard both yes and no for defoliating. They seem pretty healthy so I'm hopeful they can resist.
Resolved
Setup. Outdoor
Show all Answers (2)
FreshCoastBudz answered grow question 2 months ago
In order to prevent botrytis you will want to focus on building the plants natural immune system. This can be achieved by introducing, silica, beneficial bacteria like Lactobacillus which can be made at home, Trace minerals from sources such as basalt, azomite, montmorillonite. Making sure that she is always fed will help prevent Bud rot as well. Deficiencies can allow plant diseases to flourish because the plants immune defenses are weakened due to lack of nutrients. You may also want to consider spraying an organic fungicide during Veg and beginning of flower such as Mammoth Canncontrol & Dr. Zymes. I hope this helps a bit..
e4rtht0ne week 15 started grow question 1 month ago
Hurricane damage, any hope?
So hurricane Ida came through and wrenched my poor Do-si-do over and did some damage to the roots. Stood her back up and supported but this morning she is hurting. Any advice on how to care for her in her time of need? Is what it is but still sad times. Winds were crazy.
Resolved
Leaves. Wilting
Plant. Wilting
Roots. Other
Poppetnewbie answered grow question 1 month ago
Hi mate any chance you can place a make shift 'greenhouse ' for want of a better word around her just while ur being battered still ...but solution if it were myself in ur situation would be 'she's 10weeks' in (she's got her strength and network already going on with most of her hard work done already with her being a photo but keeping ur food levels similar so she hasn't got to battle with other probs....and make sure she gets all her micro minerals she needs and tlc a booster and root strong substance (,nutes) shud give u the strength to get through this bad weather and perk her littlefans bk up , she's strong..already 10weeks into her flow so she's gonna be quite resilient just check her every few hours and keep checking for any small changes it might be a case of upping her middle nutes just protect and close eye for now good luck growmie I hope the storm gives her enough but not too much water also...so maybe a tarpaulin over the top :+1: g.l :seedling:
Comments
JustGrowWithIt420
JustGrowWithIt420 week 19

Beautiful harvest growmie!:ok_hand::fire: Keep up with the great work and enjoy those delicious looking buds.

:facepunch::dash::peace_symbol:

e4rtht0ne
e4rtht0ne

@JustGrowWithIt420, :pray::skin-tone-3::pray::skin-tone-3: thanks! Learned so much, gonna puff on this all winter and plan out next year's crop!