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AUTO FEMZ!!! TRICROSS & MUCHACHA F5 INDR

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2 months ago
Indoor
Room Type
Manual
Watering
0%
Soil
Grow medium
Paper Towel
Germination Method
LST
weeks 12,6,...
Defoliation
weeks 14,12,...
Leaf tucking
week 9
FIMing
weeks 9,11
Topping
weeks 9,11,...
Strain
Twenty20 - Muchacha F5
Muchacha F5
Twenty20

Growing it

Normal

Resistance

Neutral

Really great stuff to grow very easy the techniques helped out alot made this strain very very easy to handle care-wise!!!!

The Outcome
Week
17
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
141.75
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
5
oz
g
Bud dry weight
Light
310 watt
Total light power used
0.02
ounce /watt
5
ounce /plant
Photos & Videos
Tastes like
Cream
Sweet
Tropical
Feels like
45% Sativa
55% Indica

Positive effects

Euphoric
Hungry
Relaxed

Negative effects

Dry mouth

Harvest view effect changes medical

Depression
Insomnia
Stress
Nutrients
Lights

Great lighting!!!

Tents
Commented by MasterKush714 MasterKush714

This stuff is amazing all the way around I had only one regret besides the whitflies lol which is not running more of them!!! Will update in a week or so on smoke report thanks guys!!!

Smoke review

Amazing strain I will Def be growing more really great results super happy!

Grow Questions
MasterKush714 week 11 started grow question 3 months ago
Whiteflies! Wtfff!!!
Need help with whiteflies starting to get pretty wild!?!? Help!!!
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Other. Bugs
Organoman answered grow question 3 months ago
This late in flower I would definitely not be spraying with anything, no matter how safe it claims to be!
Sticky traps hung everywhere would probably be my solution.........apart from getting on top of the problem weeks ago and not ending up in an infestation situation in the first place, that is!
Mr_Weeds_Autos answered grow question 3 months ago
Use traps, this type of insect is attracted to the color yellow; yellow strips of plastic covered in glue on both sides which, when placed strategically among your plants, will cause the winged adults to stick to it. Place them at a prudent distance from the plant, otherwise, a gust of wind or a fan could cause the leaves of your cannabis plant to stick to it. You can also spray it with biological insecticides: spraying Neem oil, pellitory, insecticidal soap, and Wormwood or Tansy infusions effectively eliminate whitefly. Apply them insistently at intervals of 5 or 6 days until the infestation disappears.
GrowingGrannie answered grow question 3 months ago
You can use some Dr. Zyme's Eliminator or some Spinosad - they're organic and will kill off the adults, eggs, larvae... everything .... and you can use them on the buds as well without harming your harvest and without having to rinse off. Neem oil is fairly ineffective and sticky traps are only going to get SOME of the adults...

Since you're going to have to spray tops and bottoms of all the leaves, and given the stage they're at, I'd do some defoliation to make the job easier...

Good luck!
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