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3 Strains, Living Organic Soil, 2x4 tent

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Mimosa x Orange Punch
Barney's Farm
Growing it
Hard
Resistance
Neutral
The flavor is more on the fuel side. The high is decent. The buds are extremely sticky. I've been taking them out of the jars to air out and they just stay sticky.
The Outcome
Week 16
Harvest
What's on the scales?
28
gram
ounce
Bud wet weight
Harvested
1
Number of plants harvested
Grow Room
2.44
ft²
Grow Room size
0.41
plant / m²
102.46
watt / m²
Nutrients
Amazing! I'm doing another Build A soil run right now using the 3.0 in AutoPot XLs! The Build A Soil organic products are stellar. The customer support is as well. I ordered bags of soil and got one incorrect bag and they had the right one shipped out in a flash.
Tents
I've used Gorilla before and Mars Hydro is a bit less quality but for the price it's quite amazing.
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CalyxHunter CalyxHunter
9 months ago
During veg this plant yellowed and I was able to pull out of it. The during late flower the plant just seemed to pause growth. I let this plant go for two weeks longer which I believe helped them mature.
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Grow Questions
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunterstarted grow question a year ago
After I transplanted these into 5 gallon fabric pots and have used Build A Soil Living Organic Soil Oly Mountain Compost all three plants lower leaf sets have curled downward. My night temps are getting down to 62 degrees. Why are my lower leaves curling down?
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Leaves. Curl down
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CalyxHunter
CalyxHunteranswered grow question a year ago
There were transplanted about 4 days ago.
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tatace
tataceanswered grow question a year ago
Hi, it seems that your seedling is living in a slightly too dry environment, look for VPD online and find out about the subject to understand the best combinations of temperature and humidity for each growth phase (At your temperature, after 5 weeks I recommend a 50 % humidity). However it seems that your seedlings are not absorbing enough oxygen from the roots for some reason (Too much water, root rot, soil saturated with fertilizers), check the EC and pH of the water flowing out of your pot. Good luck!
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GrowingGrannie
GrowingGrannieanswered grow question a year ago
You don't say WHEN you transplanted them but I feel this is simply the plants needing time to recover from the transplant... It's also possible the soil is a little too hot for them unless they were in that same soil before... and finally, that temp is not good - needs to be at least 68F if you can manage it... purple strains like colder temps and will react favorably by increasing their colors but at this stage, you run the risk of stunting the little ladies... Good luck!
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CalyxHunter
CalyxHunterstarted grow question a year ago
Living Organic Soil users unite! Forgive my ignorance this is my first time growing LOS. I am currently using Build A Soil Living Organic Soil - Oly Mountain Compost. When is the proper time to water? In my previous soil grows I would take things rather dry before watering.
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Other. General questions
Roots. Other
Setup. Substrates
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GrowingGrannie
GrowingGrannieanswered grow question a year ago
Living soil is no different in regards to water as any other soil.... you water when they're dry and you make sure your plant has a definite wet/dry cycle. Good luck...
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CalyxHunter
CalyxHunterstarted grow question a year ago
How long does the stretch last with Indica dominant hybrids? I understand this is dependent on genetics. I am just looking for a ball park figure. It's been so long since my last real grow I have lost the feel. If I remember correctly it is usually about 2 weeks.
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Plant. Other
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Growstick
Growstickanswered grow question a year ago
The flowering stretch in most cannabis plants lasts about 2 weeks. Sativas will rise more than indicas in that time, but it lasts about the same amount of time for both subspecies. The only plant I've ever seen go longer than 2 weeks is Dr Grinspoon - that's a proper heirloom sativa and it didn't stop stretching for nearly 4 weeks! As you say, it's completely dependent on genetics, but I would estimate 50-100% stretch with indicas, and 75-150% stretch in sativas. Hope that helps!
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunterstarted grow question a year ago
Why is my Mimosa x Orange Punch yellowing? It looks like older growth is being affected gradually more. The overall growth seems to have slowed or stopped. I've been feeding plenty and just the same as the others who are loving it.
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Leaves. Color - Yellow
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Organoman
Organomananswered grow question a year ago
Different strains require different feeding! Your mimosa is starving and needs more nutrients than the other two plants. Your cover crop/companion plants could also be stripping nutrients from the soil mix. Mulch is great, but when growing in pots, cover crops are a no-no in my experience.
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Ctrellis90
Ctrellis90answered grow question a year ago
Right so it could just be the pheno being picky about her nutrient strength. On the other hand it is a lighter colored strain to begin with but you can start with increasing her feed a bit to see if she starts looking more to your liking. Other than that you don't have your ph listed so that's a bit concerning but just make sure it's between 5.5-6.5 ( you can go a little higher in soil 6.6-6.7 ish). Hope this helps.
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CalyxHunter
CalyxHunterstarted grow question a year ago
When do you start counting days of Flower? At the flip to 12/12 or at the first definite signs of calyxes and pistils?
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Buds. Other
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NewfieFarmer
NewfieFarmeranswered grow question 10 months ago
People will argue, because people. I'll guarantee better results if you start counting when you start seeing pistils. Usually around 2 weeks after switch. Anyone else is lying. You can check through any grow on here and prove this.
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Ezzjaybruh
Ezzjaybruhanswered grow question a year ago
For photoperiods, the breeders refer to flowering time as time from the day you flip til the day you chop. Most of these popular polyhybrid cultivars now days from seed are around 8-9 week flowerers. That means 56-63 (approximately) days from the day you change your lighting schedule to 12/12. Usually for me this breaks down to 14ish days of transition, 14ish days of stigmas filling in at bud sites, 14-21 days of bracts/“calyxes” stacking and bulking up, then finally 7-14 days of ripening and finishing. It really doesn’t matter how you count it tho, as long as you’re consistent and keep track of things. Having said that, a large majority of growers count from the day of flipping lights.
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HyperactiveHighs
HyperactiveHighsanswered grow question a year ago
I start counting at the flip and start giving flowering nutes immediately. In the end, harvest is based off the trichome development so really day count is just a guideline on when you should start putting your eyes on your trichomes.
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Seed2WeedYT
Seed2WeedYTweek 2
Loving how the CherryLand is looking! Keep it up, Happy Growing!
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunter
@Seed2WeedYT, Thanks! Yeah me too! I'm super excited to have this cultivar going.
420DeepGrow
420DeepGrowweek 3
Se las ve sanas con buen verde, suerte con lo qie te queda de cultivo 🙏💪
420DeepGrow
420DeepGrow
@CalyxHunter,seguro te sale bien, se ve que pones mucho amor
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunter
@420DeepGrow, Thank you! I'll definitely be needing as much as possible. This is my first grow in about 8 years and I am trying new methods.
TheFattyMcCoy
TheFattyMcCoyweek 8
Good work, love your write up and your inputs. Come check me out, organic too, almost finished up now
TheFattyMcCoy
TheFattyMcCoy
@CalyxHunter, I think you will like the KNF inputs I use. ❤️ 💙 💜
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunter
@TheFattyMcCoy, I'll hop over and peep that
doobieandthedutchess
doobieandthedutchessweek 13
Nice grow, your ladies look awesome. We love B.A.S. products also. To us seems easier than synthetic nutes. And we think tastes better too. Love the color of the cherry land. Where did you get those seeds?
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunter
@doobieandthedutchess, Thanks! I can't wait to taste these. The CherryLand genetics are the best I've ever grown. I got them directly from the breeder, Justin Esquivel, with greenlusterphenos.com, who is a genius. I will be trying their Wintry Fruit at some point too. They also offer Type II and Type III cannabis that are CBD and cannabinoid heavy. I bet his genetics will soon become popular with main stream dispensaries.
Mr_Maritime
Mr_Maritimeweek 1
Your diary is breathtaking, thanks for the advice of living soil. I’d like to one day. I’ve done soil, Dwc and hempy, but haven’t gone all out on a soil grow. I believe in your methods, keep it up 👍
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunter
@Mr_Maritime, Thanks! For my first time going organic I have to say, I love it! There's a bit of a learning curve coming from decades of synthetics engrained into my brain.
mcflow
mcflowweek 12
Looks great! Good luck growing🍀
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunter
@mcflow, Thanks yo! I need it.
GreenViking
GreenVikingweek 9
Happy grow 🌲👌
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunter
@GreenViking, It totally has been so far. The next few weeks will start to get very interesting.
zoobzoob23
zoobzoob23week 3
Good grow💪🌱🌲👏👊😎
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunter
@zoobzoob23, Word 👊
PapaNugs
PapaNugsweek 9
Looking good and great job with the living soil. That's a project all on its own! Good luck through flower!!
GODSGIFT_2005_JM
GODSGIFT_2005_JMweek 7
Best wishes! check out my North Thunder Fuck, few days more to Harvest, thanks 👍
Growladyeastmidlands
Growladyeastmidlandsweek 10
Are you sure that you don't have any male pods on your plants as they look pollinated in the picture
CalyxHunter
CalyxHunter
@Growladyeastmidlands, Yes, I'm sure. I've been looking over them like a Hawk.
BEACHBUDZ757
BEACHBUDZ757week 13
Covered in trichomes great work !
FacelessGardens
FacelessGardensweek 13
Looking nice Growmie 😎✌️🏻💚💨 why is your lamp so far away I use a app where u can measure Lux and par on my phone and my 250 hlg watt led is much closer to the plants u gotta give those ladies full power in my opinion💪💚😁✌️🏻