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Peanut Butter Breath Custom Breeder & Strain
Afghani Mazar I Sharif
Bagseed Custom Breeder & Strain
VEG
LED / 150W
Custom
FLO
LED / 320W
Custom
Indoor
Room Type
100%
Soil
Grow medium
HST
Technique
Topping
Technique
FIMing
Technique
Defoliation
Technique
Strain
Seedsman - Afghani Mazar I Sharif
Afghani Mazar I Sharif
Seedsman

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Strong

Nice mango/peach flavour upfront but almost a metal taste on the finish, tastes very old school not in a great way. It’s very mellow and relaxing won’t put you to sleep though.

The Outcome
Week
17
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
53
oz
g
Bud wet weight
What's on the scales?
1.87
oz
g
Bud wet weight
Harvested
1 plant
Number of plants harvested
Light
320 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
2.74
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
29.53
ft²
Grow Room size
10.84
watt/ft²
0.03
plant/ft²
Photos & Videos
Tastes like
Earthy
Fruity
Woody
Feels like
0% Sativa
100% Indica

Positive effects

Happy
Relaxed

Negative effects

Dry mouth
Commented by PapaSmurf416 PapaSmurf416

So I took 50 grams and froze it fresh and was left with just over 30 g dried bud at the end so I’m guesstimating end yield a bit. Thank you everyone for all your help! If your wondering what happened to the other ladies they are outside and you will see them soon!
Sorry for the lack of pictures
My camera broke :(

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Grow Questions
PapaSmurf416 week 2 started grow question 3 years ago
Hello thanks for having me. So all of my velvet Krush seedlings and the Afghan are much smaller than the others. They also all still have quite purple stems. I’m worried about the VK as the leaves are curling downwards did I overwater? Or do they need some food?
Resolved
Leaves. Curl down
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Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi PapaSmrf, i would give your Girls new "shoes, they will love it, and the droopy leaves look indeed like a windburn.. does she stand near the fan=? that the plants develop different is very " normal"......the othrs look happy and i see no big harm atm.... i will follow up and have a look. Just ask if you have any questions.. greetings
PapaSmurf416 week 5 started grow question 3 years ago
Hello back again girls have new shoes and are looking healthy. I’m seeing a slight curl in the tips of my leaves. Possibly over watering? I’m very green but I would rule out any nutrient toxicity or deficiency. Tent was recently moved to the basement and now temps and rh are nice
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Leaves. Curl down
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Philindicus answered grow question 3 years ago
Brother your grow looks great. It's a very common to be a bit heavy handed with the water in the beginning. Everyones guilty of it. It's a fear that not giving it enough water then going to work when you get home your plant will be dead. You can try lifting up the pot and start to get a feel for the weight of it before and after watering. Ideally the plants like a modest wet/dry cycle. With a slightly drier soil the roots will grow out in search of water. If you over water your roots get lazy and can rot. In the future you can add 25-30% perlite to your soil mix to loosen it up and provide more oxygen to the root zone and better drainage. If your still having difficulty determining if shes too wet try using an electronic moisture meter to give you a rough idea how moist different levels are in the pot. Good luck, happy growing
PapaSmurf416 week 9 started grow question 3 years ago
Two of my girls are taking long to flower and have light green leaves all over except for the oldest leaves which are dark and healthy color. Should I be worried or possibly just genetics?
Resolved
Leaves. Color - Pale
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @PapaSmurf416! Nitrogen plays an important role in your plant's health: this type of yellowing usually means that your plant is not able to find enough Nitrogen. Too much Nitrogen = dark leaves, stunted flowers, big stretch. Not enough Nitrogen = yellow leaves, lack of vertical stretch, bottom leaves dying. Your slight Nitrogen deficiency is related to the plant doing its "stretch" cycle. Once your plant enters into flowering stage, she focuses on vertical stretching for a few days, before putting all its energy into bud expanding and resin production later. In your situation, I won't worry that much, the stretch should be over now and your plant is going to need less N and more P+K. What's your soil and what's your feeding schedule? Depending on those elements, you will probably need to add some P+K into your next waterings, to help flowers to expand. Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
PapaSmurf416 week 17 started grow question 3 years ago
Curing and drying tips or info please!
I’m currently trimming fans then hang drying for 7-10 days at 45-60 Rh temps 23-25. Then curing in jars. Once my ideal humidity (IMO) is reached do I still burp the jars? Or will they get funkier sitting closed? Last question of the diary!
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Techniques. Defoliation
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Cannibalgardens answered grow question 3 years ago
All your temps and humidity sound good and your gonna get a lot of answers for this question I had my first grow and temps and humidity of mine were higher I had 30degrees and 74 % humidity they dried 6 days ..put into jars with bovida humidity packs at 62% relative humidity and burped twice a day 10 min for about two weeks .. then I burped twice that week and once the next ...make sure they are not to packed into the jar andv not to wet or they will mold ... Pop em out on paper for 5min mold will grab hold quick and destroy that hard work real quick.. hope that helps but really watch for that mold it sucks ...
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